S.J.D. ColloquiumThe S.J. D. Colloquium consists of a number of components. First, the Colloquium will introduce doctoral candidates to diverse and sophisticated research technologies that will aid them in the development of their thesis projects. Second, the Colloquium will introduce doctoral candidates to basic strains of legal academic thought that might inform their work. Finally, the Colloquium would provide a forum whereby candidates can discuss their research with their peers and others and elicit feedback on drafts of their work at various stages. The Colloquium is required for all S.J.D. students while in residence. Select Master of Laws students who have demonstrated a strong potential for academic scholarship may be admitted to the Colloquium by special permission. Interested LL.M. candidates interested in attending the seminar should submit a statement of interest, a resume or c.v., and a writing sample in English to Assistant Dean Toni M. Fine at email@example.com no later than July 15. Please indicate “S.J. D. Colloquium” in the “Re:” line.
Is this course open to LL.M. students? Yes
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