LEGS is open to any graduate student, from any discipline, who is interested in exploring, discussing, presenting work, and/or learning about legal issues. There are multiple ways to participate:
Commit to being a “regular” by agreeing to attend as many sessions as your schedule permits. In return, you may present your work to others, receive financial support for submission of your article draft to law reviews (This will only be available to LEGS participants), invitations to LAPA invitation-only events including faculty workshops, seminar dinners, and other LAPA events.
Be a drop-in whenever you find time or a topic of interest. While priority goes to regulars, there may be an opportunity to present your work.
Observe what is happening at LEGS (be an email recipient) and consider dropping in.
- Special status: participate in organizing a law-related event for fellow graduate students
All attendees receive lunch.
To learn more and/or to suggest LEGS projects come to the organizing meeting on September 27. If you cannot make it and would like to participate or have any questions, ideas you wish to discuss, contact LAPA Associate Director Leslie Gerwin at Lgerwin@princeton.edu or make an appointment through WASS.