After Words with Martha Minow
Former Harvard Law School dean Martha Minow talked about her book, When Should Law Forgive?, in which she examined cases in which the law is forgiving. She was interviewed by Georgetown Law professor and former federal prosecutor Paul Butler.
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Paul D. Butler Professor Georgetown University Law Center
Martha L. Minow Dean (Former) Harvard Law School
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