- Our Work
Open to CITP affiliates only
Food and discussion begin at 12:30pm. Open to CITP fellows and associated faculty only.
Welcome this year’s class of fellows of Princeton’s Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) and introduce them to CITP. The 2014-2015 LAPA Fellows are:
Jonathan Hafetz – Associate Professor at Seton Hall Law School and nationally recognized expert on national security and human rights issues
Turkuler Isiksel – Assistant Professor of Political Science at Columbia University working on the adaption of constitutionalism to supranational institutions and on democratic legitimacy and administrative governance
David S. Law – Professor of Law and Political Science at Washington University in St. Louis researching transnational and global elements of constitutionalism and the operation of courts
Michelle A. McKinley – Associate Professor of Law at University of Oregon Law School with expertise in international law, human rights, reproductive rights, globalization, and legal history
James Q. Whitman – Ford Foundation Professor of Comparative and Foreign Law at Yale Law School, where he teaches comparative law, criminal law, art law, and legal history
More information on LAPA and the fellows can be found here.