The Snyder Lectures are held in memory of Earl Snyder, a 1947 Indiana University law graduate, and serve as a unique partnership between the IU Maurer School of Law and the University of Cambridge. The annual lectures are held alternately in England and Bloomington. Prominent international law scholars or practitioners are chosen by the universities to deliver the lectures, which are subsequently published in the Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies.


Submissions from 2010

National Jurisdiction and Global Business Networks (Earl A. Snyder Lecture in International Law), Hannah Buxbaum
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 165 (2010))

Trading Debts Across Borders: A European Solution (Snyder Lecture), Richard Fentiman
(17 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 245 (2010))

Submissions from 2006

The International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea: A Great Mistake? (The Earl Snyder Lecture in International Law), Jillaine Seymour
(13 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 1 (2006))

Submissions from 2004

Transnational Federalism: Problems and Prospects of Allocating Public Authority Beyond the State (The Earl A. Snyder Lecture in International Law), Jost Delbruck
(11 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 31 (Winter 2004))

Submissions from 2003

Empire's Law (The Earl A. Snyder Lecture in International Law), Susan Marks
(10 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 449 (2003))

Submissions from 2002

Harmonization of Disclosure Standards for Cross-border Share Offerings: Approaching an "International Passport" to Capital Markets? (The Earl A. Snyder Lecture in International Law), J. William Hicks
(9 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 361 (2002))

Submissions from 2001

Responsibility to the International Community as a Whole, James R. Crawford
(8 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 303 (2001))

Submissions from 1999

Proposals for Reforming the Administrative Procedure Act: Globalization, Democracy and the Furtherance of a Global Public Interest (Earl A. Snyder Lecture in International Law), Alfred C. Aman
(6 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 397 (1999))

Submissions from 1998

The True Function of Law in the International Community, Philip Allott
(5 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 391 (1998))

Submissions from 1997

International Law and Private Foreign Investment, Elihu Lauterpacht, C.B.E., Q.C.
(4 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies 259 (1997))