Know a Freedom-Minded Student?

February 2, 2010

The Institute for Justice’s 2010 Law Student Conference will be held July 23-25 at George Washington University in downtown Washington, D.C.

The annual conference covers the Institute for Justice’s four litigation pillars: free speech, school choice, economic liberty and private property rights. The legal and political philosophy that undergirds IJ’s legal efforts as well as the tactics of public interest law we practice are taught alongside other topics rarely discussed in law school, such as natural rights theory, cutting-edge constitutional theories, media relations and the use of social science research in public interest law.

If you know of first- or second-year law students who are freedom-minded, encourage them to visit for more information and to apply.

The conference application deadline is March 15, 2010.

For more information, contact IJ’s Special Projects Manager Krissy E. Keys at [email protected].

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