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Thomas Willis Lambeth Lecture

September 13, 2017

“Are the U.S. and China Destined for War?”   Graham Allison, a noted political scientist and an expert in U.S. national security and defense, will be on campus in September to discuss “Are the U.S. and China Destined for War?” … Continued

The Ethics of Boycotts

February 16, 2017

Many people think that we have a moral duty to boycott harmful practices. But do you make a difference when you boycott a harmful practice? And does your moral duty to boycott this practice depend on whether or not you … Continued

2016 Health and Human Rights Lecture

October 4, 2016

Health, Human Rights, and Public Goods with Dr. Gopal Sreenivasan Health care (e.g., surgery) and public health (e.g., vaccinations) contribute to an individual’s health in very different ways. This lecture investigates the significance of this difference for a human right … Continued

The Thomas Willis Lambeth Lecture

September 29, 2016

Reforming Our Criminal Justice System A Conversation Between the Honorable Alex Kozinski and the Honorable Thomas W. Ross   This year’s Lambeth Lecturer features Judge Alex Kozinski, a member of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit since … Continued

Q&A with Judge Alex Kozinski

September 29, 2016

Judge Alex Kozinski is a member and former Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of   Appeals for the 9th Circuit. Often described as a libertarian, he has written   thoughtfully and provocatively on criminal justice reform and other legal issues. He … Continued