Publishing in the High School Journal of Law and Society

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Stanford Graduate School of Business, Teaching Assistant
Stanford Law School, Research Assistant
City Kids Wilderness Project, Volunteer
University of California - San Diego, Teaching Assistant
University of California - San Diego, BA
Stanford Law School, J.D.
Stanford Law School,
Project description

This rising senior from Fresno, California applied to Polygence thinking of his future in law and politics. Reflecting on his personal experience, he wanted to study the Supreme Court rulings that dictated the rights of men like him. He worked under the guidance of a Stanford Law student, and together they discussed the intricacies of Constitutional Law. For his final project, he wrote and published an article, which focused on the rights of the LGBTQ+ community. His piece investigates the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution, 6 Supreme Court Cases, and 2 reviews on International Law with the aim to educate and promote acceptance of the LGBTQ+ community in today's society.

Publishing in the High School Journal of Law and Society
Project outcome

The student wrote and published his work in the High School Journal of Law and Society.

Read his piece here!
Student review

Emily played a great role in the development of my writing piece. She did amazing, extensive research, which was very beneficial when brainstorming and planning. Emily had really good ideas that helped shape the final product of my piece.

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