Events

Co-Sponsored Event

Europe: Continent in Crisis?

September 23, 2014 Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall

Herman Van Rompuy, the first and current president of the European Council, and former prime minister of Belgium, will present a public talk titled, "Europe: Continent in Crisis?" at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014, at the Woodrow Wilson School in Robertson Hall.  He will address issues such as the euro crisis, the conflict and Ukraine, war in the Middle East, transatlantic relations, and the future of European integration.  

LEGS Seminar

Shari'a, Autonomy, and Freedom: The View from China

September 24, 2014 438 Roberton Hall
LEGS, or "Law-Engaged Graduate Students," meets during the academic year to discuss a work in progress by one of our Graduate Associates. Academic papers, dissertation proposals, and dissertation chapters have been presented at these meetings, to an audience of fellow graduate students.

Co-Sponsored Event

Inquiry on Law and Religious Freedom

September 25, 2014 Luce Hall Commons, 50 Stockton Street
If you wish to attend, please contact cti@ctinquiry.org.

Undergraduate Associates Program

September 29, 2014 TBA

LAPA welcomes new and current Undergraduate Associates to meet the 2014-2015 LAPA Fellows.

Criminal Justice Working Group

The First Civil Right: How Liberals Built Prison America

September 30, 2014 Princeton University, details TBA
Professor Naomi Murakawa specializes in American politics with an emphasis on racial and gender politics, public policy, and American political development.

Co-Sponsored Event

October 1, 2014 Details to be announced
To discuss judicial reform and civic monitoring of the judicial system in the Balkans.

Graduate Students Event

October 1, 2014 TBA

LAPA welcomes current and new Graduate students to the new year, and a chance to meet the 2014-2015 LAPA Fellows.

LAPA Seminar

Why There is No Governing With Judges

October 6, 2014 301 Marx Hall
Commentator: William Ewald, Professor of Law and Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania Law School. Co-sponsored with the EU Program at Princeton.

Special Event

October 8, 2014 Details to be announced

Princeton University community only - RSVP to jrivkin@princeton.edu.

LEGS Seminar

Regulatory Monopoly and Differential Pricing in the Market for Patents

October 8, 2014 438 Robertson Hall
LEGS, or "Law-Engaged Graduate Students," meets during the academic year to discuss a work in progress by one of our Graduate Associates. Academic papers, dissertation proposals, and dissertation chapters have been presented at these meetings, to an audience of fellow graduate students.

Law in the Public Service

with Martin Flaherty, Leitner Center for International Law and Justice

October 8, 2014 By invitation only

The Program in Law and Public Affairs invites MPP/MPA students to join us for  "Law in the Public Service: Not Just for Lawyers," where our guest will be Professor Michael H. Posner, Professor of Business and Society at NYU’s Stern School of Business and founding Executive Director and later the President of Human Rights First. 

LAPA Seminar

Arendt on the Crime of Crimes

October 13, 2014 301 Marx Hall
Commentator: Anna Stilz, Associate Professor of Politics

Public Event

Lawyers for two presidential administrations examine U.S. compliance with human rights treaties

October 20, 2014 Dodds Auditorium, Robertson Hall
John B. Bellinger III '82, is the former Legal Advisor to Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, and Harold Hongju Koh is the Sterling Professor of International Law at Yale Law School.

Criminal Justice Working Group

Sex Work and Violence in Sri Lanka: The Politics and Practice of International Scholarship for Social Change

October 22, 2014 Rutgers University, Sigel Lounge, 6th Floor, Hickman Hall
Dr. Jody Miller’s research utilizes qualitative methods to investigate how inequalities of gender, race, sexuality and place shape participation in crime and risks for victimization, with concentrations in the United States and South Asia.

LEGS Seminar

October 22, 2014 438 Robertson Hall
Please join us on Wednesday, October 22, for a seminar with Sarah Brayne, PhD candidate in the Joint Degree Program in Sociology and Social Policy.

Co-Sponsored Event

International Law in a Time of Chaos

October 23, 2014 New York City
Registration is free for Princeton graduate and undergraduate students  - click here for registration information and current schedule of events.

International Law Weekend (ILW) 2014 will be held in conjunction with the annual meeting of the American Branch in Manhattan at the Association of t

LAPA Seminar

The Rule of Law and Democracy

November 3, 2014 301 Marx Hall

LEGS Seminar

November 12, 2014 438 Robertson Hall

Criminal Justice Working Group

Doing Justice and Finding Freedom: Explanations for "Criminality" among Deported Dominicans

November 13, 2014 Princeton University, details TBA

Dr. Nina Siulc is an Affiliated Professor in the Program in Criminal Justice, as well as an Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University. Siulc recently joined the faculty here at Rutgers after teaching in the Legal Studies program at the University of Massachusetts—Amherst. Her Ph.D.

LAPA Seminar

The Rights of Man and the Rights of the Man-made: Corporations and Human Rights

November 17, 2014 301 Marx Hall

LEGS Seminar

November 19, 2014 438 Robertson Hall

Co-Sponsored Event

The Course of a Life: Preliminary Thoughts on a History of the Curriculum Vitae

November 20, 2014 102 Jones Hall

Conference

November 23, 2014
The Conference on Religions, Rights, and Institutions will focus on how institutional design, of both religions and political regimes, affects the relationship between religious practice and activity and human rights.

LEGS Seminar

Making the Modern Nation on Marina Beach: Civil Liberties Unions in Madras

December 3, 2014 438 Robertson Hall
Please join us on Wednesday, December 3, for a seminar with Kalyani Ramnath, Ph.D. student in the Department of History.

Conference

December 5, 2014 By invitation only

This workshop is the Princeton version of the Constitutional Law "Schmooze." The "Schmooze" has brought together major scholars in both law schools and political science departments for decades.

Details forthcoming.

LAPA Seminar

The New Gates of Admission: On Citizenship, States, and Markets

December 8, 2014 301 Marx Hall

Conference

Announcement and Call for Papers

March 6, 2015 Princeton University
We invite all interested comparative law scholars to consider submitting a paper to the next annual Comparative Law Work-in-Progress Workshop.