Global Law Workshop: The Case of South Africa

February 14, 2008Duke Law News

February 15, 3 - 4:30 pm, Room 4042
"Can Constitutional Property Clauses Be Transformative? The Role of Background Traditions & Culture--The Case of South Africa"
Professor Gregory S. Alexander of Cornell University Law School will be speaking to the Global Law Workshop. All are welcome to attend. If you wish to receive the paper, please email gurel@law.duke.edu.

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