The Comparative Jurist, founded in 2016, is an international and comparative law blog under the auspices of the Comparative Legal Student Scholars program at William & Mary Law School. The Comparative Jurist strives to serve both the William & Mary community and the wider field of international law by engaging students, practitioners, and experts worldwide in discussions on contemporary international and comparative legal issues, through short-form opinion-oriented content.
Comparative Legal Student Scholars (CLSS)
Comparative Legal Student Scholars is committed to supporting a wide range of academic and real world professional experiences for students in the field of post-conflict reconstruction. Student members organize symposia and speaker events and support the vibrant CLS/PCP International Internship Program, which annually sponsors up to 25 law students who intern abroad in developing and post-conflict countries.