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Thursday, May 31, 2007

Greetings from sunny Tallahassee

Thanks to Dan and PrawfsBlawg for inviting me to blog.  By way of background, I am just finishing my first year as an Assistant Professor of Law at Florida State University College of Law where I teach Laws of War, Torts, and Employment Discrimination.  I ended up in academia by way of a Bigelow fellowship, so I thought I might also touch on some of the benefits of these pre-tenure track positions. I know several people have extolled the virtues of fellowships, but I think there are even more benefits than meet the eye.

In upcoming weeks, I also plan on blogging about the areas in which I'm reading and writing which include international law, laws of war, and norm theory.  My scholarship tends to explore the intersection of security and human rights issues as well as emphasize some of the non-legal roles of international law.

Posted by Lesley Wexler on May 31, 2007 at 10:19 AM in Housekeeping | Permalink


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