Students Hear From Judges Around the World at Global Constitutionalism Seminar

Yale Law School’s Global Constitutionalism Seminar celebrated its 20th anniversary this September. Since 2011, the Global Constitutional Seminar has been a part of the Gruber Program for Global Justice and Women’s Rights.

Each year, the Seminar welcomes justices of constitutional and transnational courts for a three-day long private seminar based on a volume of readings, prepared in advance.

In conjunction with the Seminar, Yale Law School asked some of the Justices to join panels open to students at the law school. This year, the student panels were on the topics of Gender and Judging; Constitutional Law and the Academy; and Constitutional Decriminalization: Drugs, Sex, and Death.