The first six students enrolled in Duke Law’s International Human Rights Clinic advocated at the highest international levels to finalize a set of groundbreaking United Nations principles to guide governments in providing redress to human trafficking victims.
Sara Sternberg Greene’s interests span bankruptcy, commercial law, contracts, tax, poverty, and health law, and Taisu Zhang is a scholar of comparative and economic legal history, property law, and Chinese law.Read More
In this excerpt from his Judge Lloyd D. George Lecture on the Judicial Process at UNLV William S. Boyd School of Law, Dean David F. Levi offers suggestions for addressing one of the biggest challenges facing the legal profession.Read More
After being at the forefront of some of the military’s most significant legal developments of recent decades, the former deputy judge advocate general of the U.S. Air Force finds a similar sense of satisfaction and service at the ABA’s Rule of Law Initiative.
The general counsel and senior policy advisor for the White House Office of Management and Budget and member, by presidential appointment, of the Council of the Administrative Conference of the United States has made public service the cornerstone of her career.
Justice Willett of the Supreme Court of Texas reflects on lessons learned from a “heroic” mother, his executive branch service, his love for “the most elegant branch of government,” and keeping it light on Twitter.
A visit to an orphanage during a high school trip to Kenya in 2007 opened up a world of possibility for Abbott, and even shaped the direction of her future law study.