Westeros might appear as a chaotic medieval landscape devoid of the rule of law, but it’s actually a land of unwritten laws rife with conflicts that parallel modern-day struggles.

That’s according to a small but growing cohort of law professors who are harnessing the popular television show “Game of Thrones”—soon to return for its eighth and final season—to spark discussions about ethics, conflict resolution, immigration, climate change and other areas of the law.

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