Yale Journal of International Law Conference on Government Lawyering and International Law

by Julian Ku

The release of the final report on the Yoo/Bybee “torture memos” reminds us of how government lawyering can intersect with the interpretation of international law.  And so just in time, the Yale Journal of International Law will be hosting a conference next Friday, February 26, on “Government Lawyering and International Law.” Harold Koh, John Bellinger, and lots of other less famous but no less important and experienced folks will be participating. I don’t think I can make it up to New Haven this Friday, but I encourage those of you who can to attend.


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