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Justice Bradley's Reflections on the Sir Richard May Seminar on International Law and International Courts

Justice Ann Walsh Bradley of the Wisconsin Supreme Court has written a piece for the International Judicial Monitor describing her experience at the first Sir Richard May Seminar on International Law and International Courts at The Hague, Netherlands last September.

"It was simply the best judicial education opportunity that I have ever experienced," she writes. Read the article to learn why.

Thanks to my colleague, Bill Ebbott, for the tip.