Critical (Legal) Collective

CLRP is delighted to host the Critical (Legal) Collective (CLC). CLC is a group of legal scholars representing some of the many intellectual formations affiliated with critical legal theory – including Critical Race Theory, Asian American Legal Scholarship, ClassCrits, Critical Legal Studies, Feminist Legal Theory, eCRT, Indigenous Law and Policy, Jurisprudence of Distribution, LatCrit, Law and Political Economy, Third World Approaches to International Law, and more. The CLC promotes a more inclusive, democratic, and just society through scholarship, teaching, and advocacy that reckons honestly with past and present structural oppression. Click here for more on CLC.

In the 2022-2023 academic year, CLRP and Duke will host CLC’s annual meeting and intellectual workshop. Throughout the year, Duke law students will also have opportunities to work closely with CLC scholars on projects related to, among other things, critical theory, freedom of speech, democracy and political belonging, social, political, and economic subordination, structural inequality, and institutional autonomy and self-governance.

The actions of CLC do not represent the statements and actions of CLRP, Duke University School of Law, or Duke University.

Members of the CLC meet at Duke Law in December 2022