Public Lectures

The Center for Law and Global Affairs organizes public lectures featuring academics, activists, foreign legal professionals, policy analysts and experts from multiple fields. Center public lectures cover many issues from emerging challenges within Latin American law to reflections on the Arab Spring to the personal experience of a female Afghan judge to innovative strategies for investigating human trafficking in the Philippines. Center public lectures are generally held in the evening and encourage an open exchange between the audience and the speakers.
 
For more information on current and past Center public lectures, please follow the links below

2013 - 2014 Public Lectures

2012 - 2013 Public Lectures

2011 - 2012 Public Lectures

2010 - 2011 Public Lectures