Duke-Virginia Foreign Relations Law Roundtable
Duke Law School hosted a roundtable discussion in partnership with UVA School of Law on Sept. 28. This year’s event was entitled “Transparency, Secrecy, and Monitoring in Foreign Relations Law” and brought together more than 20 preeminent scholars to explore cutting-edge topics concerning U.S. foreign relations law.
The roundtable featured a series of panels addressing topics such as tradeoffs of transparency and secrecy in foreign relations law, and the ability of Congress and the courts to monitor executive branch conduct relating to foreign affairs.
ALI members who participated in the event include Curtis A. Bradley of Duke Law School (who organized the event), Oona A. Hathaway of Yale Law School, and Paul B. Stephan of UVA School of Law.
Read more about the event here.
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