Category Archives: International Legal Research

The 16th Annual Pedrick Lecture and International Law

The 16th annual Pedrick Lecture is being delivered by Senator Jon Kyle in the Great Hall of the College of Law this evening.  Senator Kyle will be speaking on “American Sovereignty and Transnational Law,” and will discuss how non-ratified international treaties and agreements are circumventing domestic laws.

The Pedrick Lecture is one of the College of Law’s signature events, and all members of the law school community are invited.  If you are interested in international law, be sure to attend, and also consider checking out one of the following new books on international law in the Law Library collection:

Shaping Foreign Policy in Times of Crisis: The Role of International Law and the State Department Legal Adviser
Law Treatises KF4581 .S33 2010

 

 

The Confluence of Public and Private International Law: Justice, Pluralism and Subsidiary in the International Constitutional Ordering of Private Law
Law Treatises K7040 .M55 2009

 

 

The Problem of Enforcement in International Law: Countermeasures, the Non-Injured State, and the Idea of International Community
Law Foreign & International KZ6362 .K38 2010