The Herbert L. Bernstein Memorial Lecture in Comparative Law began in 2002 and honors the many contributions to Duke Law School and to the legal community made by the late Professor Bernstein. This series is sponsored by Duke Law School's Center for International & Comparative Law (CICL).

Each entry below includes a complete video recording of the lecture and the full text of the published paper inspired by the presentation. The more recent lectures include the poster used to promote the event.

In the spring of 2009, the Duke Law Center for International & Comparative Law launched an occasional paper series - CICLOPs. Prof. Ralf Michaels' foreword to the inaugural issue describes the project and the articles included in this issue that comprise the first six lectures in The Herbert L. Bernstein Memorial Lecture in Comparative Law.

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