It’s not such a bad idea to look at foreign legal decisions, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer told his audience of about 150 at the Brookings Institution Tuesday. In fact, American judges might just learn something.

“These foreign judges have jobs like me, they interpret documents just like me, so why shouldn’t I read these decisions? They aren’t binding to me,” Breyer says.

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