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This collection features podcasts from the Yale Law School lectures on international law.

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This collection features podcasts from the Yale Law School lectures on international law.

    How to Change the Litigation Culture

    How to Change the Litigation Culture

    The Right Honorable Lord Woolf of Barnes, the former Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales Royal Courts of Justice speaks on the topic of " How to Change the Litigation Culture."

    • 1 hr 2 min
    The Real Clash of Civilizations: Democracy, Religious Violence, and the Case of India

    The Real Clash of Civilizations: Democracy, Religious Violence, and the Case of India

    Professor Martha C Nussbaum of The University of Chicago presents the 2007 Sherrill Lecture, which brings distinguished visitors with special expertise in international law and international relations to Yale Law School. Professor Nussbaum uses India as an example of her theories about the impact of religious nationalism on democratic values.

    • 57 min
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    Part 1 - Partly Laws Common to All Mankind: Foreign Law in American Courts

    Part 1 - Partly Laws Common to All Mankind: Foreign Law in American Courts

    Jeremy Waldron speaks on the topic 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 addresses fundamental problems of law and jurisprudence. This is lecture one of a three part lecture series

    • 50 min
    • video
    Part 2 - Partly Laws Common to All Mankind: Foreign Law in American Courts

    Part 2 - Partly Laws Common to All Mankind: Foreign Law in American Courts

    Jeremy Waldron speaks on the topic 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 addresses fundamental problems of law and jurisprudence. This is lecture two of a three part lecture series

    • 58 min
    • video
    Part 3 - Partly Laws Common to All Mankind: Foreign Law In American Courts

    Part 3 - Partly Laws Common to All Mankind: Foreign Law In American Courts

    Jeremy Waldron, University Professor New York University speaks on the topic 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, addresses fundamental problems of law and jurisprudence. This lecture three of a three part series

    • 54 min
    Burden Sharing in an Age of Migration

    Burden Sharing in an Age of Migration

    Cristina Rodriguez, Professor of Law at New York University Law School, discusses how the political, legal, and cultural burdens should be distributed and shared to help countries manage the change produced by immigration.

    • 56 min

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