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The Law of the Lands

How the U.S. Supreme Court Engages With the World

Justice Stephen Breyer of the U.S. Supreme Court has long been known as the most cosmopolitan justice—the justice most familiar with the laws of other nations and most concerned with how U.S. courts can cope with those laws when they impinge on American national interests or are invoked in U.S. courts. In his new book, The Court and the World, he sets forth his views on the interaction between the U.S. legal system and the legal systems of other countries. The book is insightful, clearly written, well informed, free of legal jargon, and accessible to a …

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