Why Japan? A Rube Goldberg experiment in comparative law; Why China? A startling transformation; Why Europe? Let me count the ways; Why India? World's largest democracy, with an Anglo-American common law system; Why globalization? International law and informal norms; Why Sudan? Ambiguous identities forge persistent conflict; Human rights should know neither gender nor border; A beacon in refugee law; Affiliated Overseas Faculty; People, times, Law School leadership join to launch South Africa program; A new way to understand human rights; From Hutchins Hall to The Hague; Reflections of an ICJ Law Clerk; DeRoy Visiting Professors offer international insights; Conferences, symposia embrace the world view; Opportunities abound for international enrichment; Conclusion: World view reaches far and near.
University of Michigan Law School,
Special Section: An Eye on the World,
Law Quadrangle (formerly Law Quad Notes)
Available at: https://repository.law.umich.edu/lqnotes/vol49/iss2/4