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Posts published in “Guest Blogging”

The below is a list of past posts published on the International Law Observer by guest authors. Should you also wish to be included on the website with a substantive article, please feel free to contact us.

Thinking About Legal Teaching: Cultural Heritage and International Law

First off, many thanks to Ole and everyone here at International Law Observer for the kind invitation to post a little bit about my research on cultural heritage law.  I’d like to begin by thinking about how and why we choose what to teach and study.  I was interested to read the recent discussion of the issue of whether law students should study international law generally, including contributions from Kenneth Anderson, Eric Posner, and your very own Ole Pedersen.  The merits of that argument seemed to turn on whether a law student planned on using those skills in practice, or…