"Partly Laws Common to All Mankind”: Foreign Law in American Courts, Part 3
The 2007 Storrs Lectures
September 12, 2007
Jeremy Waldron, University Professor, New York University Law School
Jeremy Waldron discusses whether it is ever appropriate for American judges to be influenced in their decision by what they know of the laws of other countries. The Storrs Lectures, one of Yale Law School’s oldest and most prestigious lecture programs, address fundamental problems of law and jurisprudence. This is lecture three of a three-part lecture series.
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