The Institute for Justice is accepting applications for IJ’s 2012 annual Law Student Conference. The conference will be held June 22-24, 2012, at the George Washington University in downtown Washington, D.C.
Each year the Institute for Justice brings 40 top law students to our nation’s capital to learn how to use law as a force for freedom. In addition to IJ attorneys and staff, previous faculty have included Georgetown University Law Center Professor Randy Barnett, George Mason University School of Law Professor Todd Zywicki, and founder and director of the Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies Roger Pilon. Previous conference keynote speakers include well-known judges and justices from around the nation, each of whom offered their view from the bench of public interest law.
For more information on IJ’s student programs, visit www.ij.org/students. Interested students should apply through the Institute for Justice’s student website at www.ij.org/students.
The deadline to apply for the 2012 Law Student Conference is March 1, 2012.