Lectures & Events
• The endowed Sherrill Lecture features distinguished visitors with special expertise in international law and international relations.
• The Robert L. Bernstein Lecture in International Human Rights brings to campus lawyers, activists, and theorists involved in human rights.
International perspectives are also increasingly central to the concerns of many other guests each year, including Dean’s Lecturers, workshop participants, and speakers invited by various student groups. Recent events include a panel discussion held by the Transnational Development Clinic on the conditions and legal challenges faced by street vendors around the world; a lecture by Professor Oona Hathaway ’97 on strengthening accountability in U.S. international lawmaking; a conference to consider food policy strategy at both the U.S. and international levels; a series of lectures by renowned China law scholar Jerome Cohen ’55 on law and life in Asia; and a Dean’s Lecture by former dean Harold Hongju Koh on international law and the Obama administration.
Check the online calendar for upcoming events.