Student Teachers and Mentors

If you are a student at Stanford Law School or Stanford Graduate School of Business, we’d love to have you join us as a mentor or teacher:


Teaching in pairs, student teachers help instruct entrepreneurs on essential entrepreneurship skills by teaching a class during the 12-week curriculum, which begins in January 2014.

The best aspect of Project ReMADE is our clients. It is an inspiration to teach them in-class and to see how they focus that passion into concrete, tangible business plans.Nayna Gupta, Stanford Law '13

Working in teams with ReMADE’s executive mentors, student mentors help guide ReMADE entrepreneurs through every aspect of the business plan including, but not limited to, defining the scope of the business, identifying the target market, brand management, vendor selection, and financial statement projections.

After a career in consulting, I came to law school hoping to keep working directly with clients, and Project ReMADE stood out in terms of its vision, the concrete results we achieved in a very short period of time, and the inspiring client relationships we developed.Lale Uner, Stanford Law '13
To learn more, contact Debbie Mukamal at the Stanford Criminal Justice Center at