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Comparative legal inquiry permeates the Harvard curriculum, ranging from courses focused on other nations to the inclusion of comparative issues in courses on U.S. law to a robust co-curricular program. Its goals include acquainting students with the approaches that other societies take toward the resolution of challenging societal issues and facilitating understanding of the assumptions and choices that inform law in the United States.

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Who needs foreign law?

The late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia ’60 believed America had much to learn from laws adopted by nations abroad, according to Harvard Law School…

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(Jewish) Law and Story Fall 2022 Reading Group Miryam Segal
A Comparative Perspective on Corporations, Ownership, and Capital Access Fall 2022 Course Reinier Kraakman
Advanced Comparative Perspectives on U.S. Law Fall 2022 Reading Group Sergio Campos
Advanced Readings in Japanese Law Fall 2022 Seminar J. Mark Ramseyer
Advanced Topics in Jewish Law and Legal Theory Spring 2023 Reading Group Noah Feldman
Advanced Topics in Jewish Law: The Law of Literature Fall 2022 Reading Group Noah Feldman
American Indian Law Winter 2023 Course Bethany Berger
Animal Law Spring 2023 Course Kristen Stilt
Business and Human Rights Seminar: Evolution and Contemporary Challenges Fall 2022 Seminar Carlos Portugal Gouvea
Change in Jewish Law Fall 2022 Course Miryam Segal
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