Thursday, March 30, 2006

Law and Grad School Bleg

It's a bit early to be thinking about it, but I figure it's never actually to early. So, to anybody that has relevant information, I ask the following:

-Which top law schools (defined as, ones from which I could plausibly make the leap to legal academia) have strong programs in Critical Race Theory?

-Which top law schools, if any, have strong programs in Jewish law and legal theory?

-Are there any grad schools of any sort offering work specifically in the field of Whiteness studies?

-Let's say my scholarly interests primarily lie in these the above three fields (CRT, Jews and the Law, and Whiteness studies). What would be a sensible post-graduate route I could take to enhance my knowledge in these fields while preparing myself for an academic career (preferably without staying in school forever)?

Leave your pristine advice in the comments, or drop me an email ( schraubd *A*T* carleton *D*O*T* edu ). And thanks in advance.


Anonymous said...


Do you have a livejournal? LJ has many interesting - and good - communities that focus on law school and graduate school. You may want to check them out.

The probligo said...

Here y'go -

Good luck

Oh, BTW did you know that the "word verification" codes are in fact messages for Islamic terrorists?