While based at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, ALICE is really a large network of professors, students, advocates, policymakers, practitioners, and others from all over the country. If you are interested in following ALICE’s work or contributing to it directly, there are a number of ways to get involved:
Email Sign Up
Sign up to receive ALICE email updates by visiting the Email Sign Up page.
Review a Model Law
Review a model law by visiting our Review a Model Law page.
Sign Up to Rate Laws
Rate the model and exemplary laws in our library by going to the Sign Up to Rate Laws page.
Submit a Model Law Idea
Visit the Submit a Model Law Idea page for more information about submitting an idea for an ALICE model law.
Submit Materials to the Library
Send us exemplary legislation, model laws, reports, policy briefs, etc. that we should add to the library. Submit materials here.
Write Supporting Material for an ALICE model
Create an ALICE Chapter or Workgroup
You can create an ALICE chapter as a free standing organization at your school or as a workgroup of an existing organization such as an ACS chapter. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about potential ALICE or ACS-ALICE chapter events and activities.
Supervise a Student Drafter
Law professors and policy experts interested in assisting student model law drafters should contact us at email@example.com.