The Princeton Legal Journal (PLJ) is Princeton’s only student-run law review.
The goal of the PLJ is to provide Princeton University and the public with an impactful space for law-related discourse through our publication of undergraduate legal scholarship and guest speaker events.
READ OUR MOST RECENT ARTICLES HERE:
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- Fly Big or Stay Home?
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