Two-lecture series called Active Liberty: The United States & Europe

US Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer will deliver the 2006 Clarendon Law Lecture over two days at the Oxford University Gulbenkian Lecture Theater on the evenings of October 19 and 20. The two-part lecture is entitled "Active Liberty: The United States and Europe."

For more information about these lectures and the many other upcoming lectures and workshops offered this term by the Oxford Law Faculty, please visit their forthcoming events web page.

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