Bishop Lecture: Harold Koh

Harold Koh, second from left, chats with Steve Ratner, the Bruno Simma Collegiate Professor of Law, Dean Evan Caminker, and Assistant Dean Virginia Gordan.

Bishop Lecture: Harold Koh

Harold Koh greets Professor Emeritus Eric Stein, who pioneered the field of European legal studies at the Law School.

Bishop Lecture: Harold Koh

Koh discussed "An American International Law?".

Bishop Lecture: Harold Koh

Professor Ellen Katz, Assistant Dean for International Affairs Virginia Gordan, and Professor Monica Hakimi listen attentively during Koh's presentation.

Bishop Lecture: Harold Koh

A standing-room-only crowd gathered to hear Koh's presentation. He is an expert on public and private international law, national security law, and human rights.

Bishop Lecture: Harold Koh

Koh's presentation was streamed live in an overflow room to accommodate the large crowd.

HEAD OF STATE Harold H. Koh, legal advisor of the U.S. Department of State, delivered the William W. Bishop Lecture in International Law Nov. 11. He discussed "An American International Law?". Koh is a professor and previous dean at Yale Law School now on leave while serving with the State Department. He is a leading expert on public and private international law, national security law, and human rights. The Bishop Lecture was established by the family and friends of Professor William W. Bishop, '31, who taught public international law at Michigan for three decades and served as codiredtor of International Legal Studies from 1958 to 1976. He died in 1987.

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