What’s Law Got To Do with It? Examining the Role of Law in a Changing World

Sponsored by the Stanford Program in International Legal Studies and the Stanford Program in Law and Society.

November 2-3, 2017
Stanford Law School, Manning Faculty Lounge

How has domestic and international law been challenged and shaped in recent years by, among other things, forces of nationalism, nativism, anti-globalism, as well as worries about terrorism. The symposium will also reflect on, and honour, the work of Professor Lawrence Friedman.

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