Wayne Law professor presents to international delegation

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– Photo courtesy of Wayne Law
 

Wayne State University Law School Distinguished Professor Robert Sedler (center) shared his expertise on the U.S. Constitution with a group of legal professionals from Kuwait, Malaysia, Moldova, Nigeria, Romania and Tanzania.

 

Wayne State University Law School Distinguished Professor Robert Sedler gave a presentation to a group of international leaders visiting Detroit through the U.S. Department of State's International Visitor Leadership Program. Sedler presented "The Enforcement of Constitutional Rights in the United States" on Monday, March 28, at the law school.

The six-member delegation included English-speaking legal professionals from Kuwait, Malaysia, Moldova, Nigeria, Romania, and Tanzania. The group included a deputy attorney general, judge, prosecutor, and state attorney.

They were visiting the United States to examine the U.S. judicial system within the framework of the federalist model and the separation of powers; promote an appreciation for the rule of law and the advancement of fair, transparent, accessible and independent judiciaries around the world; observe the U.S. trial process, court management systems, alternate dispute resolution and mediation, and judicial training opportunities; and explore civil and criminal justice systems operating at the federal, state, and municipal levels.

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.

Published: Thu, Apr 21, 2016

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