Alternative Legal Theories Reading Group

Alternative Legal Theories Reading Group

University of Miami

At Miami, we were particularly interested in adding LPE and critical legal theory courses to the curricular offerings at our school. Miami Law provides some institutional support for public interest—such as a center that connects students with pro bono opportunities, provides public interest scholarships and summer stipends, and oversees a student-run board to manage on-campus…

Boston College Beyond Doctrine

Boston College Beyond Doctrine

Boston College Law

The Boston College Law and Political Economy Group is a newly formed student organization committed to cultivating intellectual and ethical engagement with issues of inequality, democratic governance, and social inclusion. Bringing a critical lens to legal pedagogy, scholarship, and practice, BC LPE hopes to bring together all interested community members to strengthen the school’s curricular…

Cornell Law & Political Economy Collective

Cornell Law & Political Economy Collective

Cornell Law

The Cornell Law and Political Economy Collective was founded in 2019.  Since then, the Collective has focused on progressive educational projects, including forming an internal reading group at Cornell, and fostering members’ independent writing.  The Collective is advised by Professor Aziz Rana and Robert Hockett.  For further information, please contact Conor Bednarski at [email protected] 

Harvard LPE Association

Harvard LPE Association

Harvard University

The Harvard Law School Political Economy Association is a student organization run by JD, LL.M. and SJD students at Harvard Law School. The organization allies with the work of the broader law & political economy movement to deepen engagement with questions of social inequality and political economy at Harvard Law School. The Harvard group first…

NYU Law & Political Economy Association

NYU Law & Political Economy Association

NYU Law

NYU law students are increasingly realizing that economic justice is inextricable from the broader justice we seek and that such justice is unattainable unless we first come to terms with the ways in which the law shapes and, in turn, is shaped by systems of political and economic power. Yet, while many members of the…

Penn Law Students for A Democratic Society (LSDS)

Penn Law Students for A Democratic Society (LSDS)

Penn Law

Law Students for a Democratic Society (LSDS) is a group of students at Penn Law that seeks to advance a program of critical inquiry and political dissent centered around questions of law and political economy in the face of the legal system’s entrenchment of racism, economic exploitation, and militarism. LSDS strives to cultivate humanistic, politically conscious, radical…

The Law and Political Economy Society

The Law and Political Economy Society

Berkeley Law

Law students, even at Berkeley Law, do not often see themselves as the eventual inheritors of power. We believe that law students must appreciate the ways in which the profession they are about to enter structures society and contributes to substantive inequality. The Law and Political Economy Society (LPE Soc) at Berkeley offers a community…

Yale Law LPE Student Group

Yale Law LPE Student Group

Yale University

The LPE student group at Yale Law School is part of a growing movement in law to expose how legal rules concentrate economic and political power among dominant social groups. We reject the divide between private and public law, and the idea of a natural, self-regulating, neutral market. Instead, we seek to center questions of…