Professor Ralf Michaels receives Princeton fellowship

March 13, 2009Duke Law News

Professor Ralf Michaels has been awarded a prestigious fellowship for next year by the Program in Law and Public Affairs (LAPA) at Princeton University.

Because Princeton does not have a law school, the program functions effectively as a central venue for all law-related research at Princeton. As part of its mission, the program awards six fellowships each year to scholars who promise interdisciplinary work on questions of law and spend one year at Princeton.

Michaels will pursue research towards a book project provisionally titled U.S. Courts as World Courts during his time in the program. For more information, see
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