Monthly Archives: December 2012

Overview of International Legal Duties of Vietnam

Today the students of John Marshall Law School attended their second day of lecture at the Galaxy Law Firm in Hanoi, Vietnam. Today’s discussion and debate centered on the Vietnamese Government’s adherence to international human rights treaties. Professor Chu Manh Hung, Hanoi Law University, led the discussion. It became apparent quickly that the students of…
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The Beauty of International Comparative Law in Vietnam

The amount of warmth and hospitality that we have been shown since we have arrived in Vietnam is almost awe inspiring given the short period of time that has passed since the U.S. war in Vietnam. Today we attended our first day of law study meetings in Hanoi, and we received the same warm greetings…
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Xin Chao (“Hello”) from Vietnam!

As part of an International Human Rights course at John Marshall Law School, we are exploring Vietnam with 12 students, Professor Dana, Teresa Do, and Dean Ruebner and family.  Our trip consists of 15 days of law study meetings, and touring major cultural landmarks.  Late last night, we arrived in Hanoi, one of Vietnam’s largest…
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