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Join Harvard Law School’s CR-CL law review at its annual symposium, which will touch on litigating for transgender rights, proliferating indigenous sovereignty through federal Indian law and tribal law, and honoring Professor Ogletree’s legacy by reflecting on the state of affairs of fighting discrimination. Food will be provided throughout the day.

LECTURE ON “AGGRESSION, POLITICAL ECONOMY, AND INTERNATIONAL LAW: MISSED OPPORTUNITIES OR STRUCTURAL RESTRAINTS?”: This talk is preoccupied with the following question: how can we understand international law’s permissiveness vis-a-vis the vast economic and financial infrastructure of modern warfare? Otherwise put, I will explore how and why international law ended up having very little to say […]