- Email Sign Up
- Sign up to Rate Laws
- Draft and Review Sign Up
- Submit Materials
- Donate to ALICE
While based at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, ALICE is made up of 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, you have three primary ways to get involved:
- Make a tax-deductible donation.
- Draft a Model Law: Draft a model law from the ideas listed on the Matchmaking page or visit our Draft and Review Sign Up page.
- Review a Model Law: Review a model law listed on the Matchmaking page or visit our Draft and Review Sign Up page.
- Submit a Model Law Idea: Visit the Matchmaking page for more information about submitting an idea.
- Submit Materials to the Library: Send us exemplary legislation, model laws, reports, policy briefs, etc. that we should add to the library here.
- Write Supporting Material for an ALICE model: Check out the current ALICE models here and write a policy brief, legal memo, or talking points to support the law. If you’re working on a support, let us know at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Create an ALICE Chapter or Workgroup: ALICE chapters or workgroups can be a free standing organization at your school or a part of current organization such as ACS. Contact us at email@example.com for more information about potential ALICE chapter events and activities.
- Supervise a Student Drafter: Law professors and policy experts interested in assisting a student drafting a model law should contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Any combination of the above is greatly appreciated!