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Want to share your research and ideas with others? Looking for some experience presenting in public? Eager for a competitively selected prestigious activity to add to your resume? The Legal Studies Dept is hosting an Undergraduate Law Forum on Friday, April 3rd, and undergraduates are the stars – you get to present your law-related papers to others in an academic conference setting. This opportunity is open to all currently registered UCF undergraduates, regardless of major.
Papers must be original and law-related, but there are no other limitations on topic. Papers submitted for courses are acceptable, as long as any limitations imposed by the instructors in those courses are observed. There are two ways to receive an invitation to present: 1) acceptance of a paper for publication by the UCF Undergraduate Law Journal; and/or 2) acceptance by the Undergraduate Law Form selection committee. Submission deadline is February 15, 2020 for either of these selection methods. Please see attached CFP for more details. If you have questions about the Undergraduate Law Form, please contact Professor Eric Merriam at email@example.com.