Professor Chander Serves as Judge at Harvard-Stanford Junior International Law Faculty Forum
Professor Anupam Chander served as a judge and commentator for the Harvard-Stanford Junior International Law Faculty Forum on October 19-20 at Stanford Law School.
The Forum is an annual competition open to foreign law professors in their first seven years of teaching, bringing about a dozen scholars to the United States. Foreign law scholars submit papers, and are selected through a highly competitive process to present their papers at the Forum. The Forum alternates each year between Harvard and Stanford law schools. Senior scholars provide extensive critiques of each of the selected papers.
Professor Chander commented on Zimbabwean law professor Chamunogwa Nyoni's paper on land reform in that country. Professor Chander has served as a judge and commentator for the last three years of the Forum.
Harvard-Stanford Junior International Law Faculty Forum