Wayne Law professor presents to delegation from Armenia


Wayne State University Law School Distinguished Professor Robert Sedler, center, shared his expertise on the U.S. Constitution with a delegation from Armenia.

Wayne State University Law School Distinguished Professor Robert Sedler gave a presentation Wednesday, May 18, to a group of Armenian leaders visiting Detroit through Congress’ Open World Program.

Sedler spoke to the group at the law school about the American constitutional system compared to the Armenian Constitution, the framework of the U.S. federal government and how the U.S. Constitution protects individual rights.

The six-member delegation, including five judges, was hosted by the International Visitors Council of Metropolitan Detroit, which works with the Open World Leadership Center.

Sedler, who has been a professor at Wayne Law for nearly four decades, teaches courses in Constitutional Law and Conflict of Laws. An internationally known constitutional law scholar, he has published numerous books and articles about constitutional law and is sought after by the media as an expert in this area.


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