Spring 2013 LEGS Seminars

Wednesdays at Noon
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.

February 6: Professional Workshop
Avani Mehta Sood, Psychology, "Navigating the Law School Job Market," and Kim Lane Scheppele, "Finding Funding for Socio-Legal Research"

February 20: Neel Sukhatme, Economics
"Forum Shopping and Settlement Rates"

March 6: Jessica Cooper, Anthropology
"Psychological Citizenship at the Costa County Mental Health Court"

March 27: Angele Christin, Sociology
"Clicks or Pulitzers? Commensuration in online journalism in the United States and France"

April 10: Rene Flores, Sociology
"The Ratification of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court between 2003 and 2011"

April 24:  Yael Berda, Sociology
"From Colonial Subjects to Citizens and Suspects: How state bureaucracy made  citizenship in India, Israel and Cyprus after Independence" 

 

If you are interested in presenting a paper, please contact Prof. Kim Lane Scheppele at kimlane@princeton.edu.

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