Watch: Catching up with fall center and clinic speakers series
Duke Law's fall series hosted top scholars and experts on criminal justice reform, immigrant rights, innovation policy, forensic science, national security, community development, cryptocurrency, market regulation, and more.
As the semester winds down at Duke Law School, several centers and clinics are wrapping up their event series for the fall. Guest scholars, lawyers, policymakers, authors, and more participated from around the globe, sharing their experience and insights on current topics in the law.
Click on the 'watch' buttons below to replay videos from the Law School's Wilson Center for Science and Justice, International Human Rights Clinic, Center for Innovation and Policy, Global Financial Markets Center, and Duke Immigrant Rights Clinic.
A book event series hosted by the Wilson Center for Science and Justice. Authors are invited to discuss recently published criminal justice books and to engage in Q&A with faculty and students. > Watch more videos
- Benjamin van Rooij (UCI Law)
- Adam Fine (Arizona State)
- Carissa Hessick (UNC Law)
- David Sklansky (Stanford Law)
A speaker series presents discussions with noted practitioners on a wide range of current human rights issues. These events are organized by the Center for International and Comparative Law and the International Human Rights Clinic.
- Fatima Ahdash (Goldsmiths, University of London)
- Fionnuala Ní Aoláin (University of Minnesota)
- Jayne Huckerby and Aya Fujimura-Fanselow (Duke Law)
- Kate Barth (Not-For-Profit Law)
- Domingo Lovera-Parmo (Universidad Diego Portales)
- Aya Fujimura-Fanselow (Duke Law)
- Dreisen Heath (Human Rights Watch)
- Yuvraj Joshi (Univ. of British Columbia Allard School of Law)
- Virginie Ladisch (Int'l Center for Transitional Justice)
A 'New Thinking and New Approaches' seminar series produced by The Center for Innovation Policy at Duke Law, a forum for independent analysis and balanced discussion of policies for promoting technological innovation that enhances long-term social welfare, focused on shedding light on pending innovation policy issues by presenting speakers with deep experience working within the innovations ecosystem in the U.S. and abroad.
- Craig Allen (US-China Business Council)
- Paul Triolo (Eurasia Group)
- Matt Turpin (Hoover Institution)
- Dr. Denis Simon (Duke Law)
- Michael Brown (U.S. Department of Defense)
- Dr. Denis Simon (Duke Law)
- Dr. Ronnie Chatterji (U.S. Department of Commerce)
- Kei Koizumi (Executive Office of the President)
- Stuart Benjamin (Duke Law)
Discussions promoting the interdisciplinary study and exploration of global financial markets and financial regulation.
- Chris Giancarlo (Chairman Emeritus, U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission)
- Lee Reiners (Duke Law)
- Lawrence Baxter and Lee Reiners (Duke Law)
- Barbara Haya (University of California, Berkeley)
A 5-part video series that premiered in August, featuring Clinical Professor Andrew Foster, director of the Community Enterprise Clinic, asking longtime Triangle-area leaders about their efforts to assist and empower local communities hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic in areas including affordable housing, sustaining diverse business, and equal access to community resources.
The Immigrant Rights Clinic's video discussions cover an array of topics concerning individuals facing deportation the and partners with local, state, and national organizations helping to promote access to resources, education, and justice. The clinic engages students in efforts to advance the rights of non-citizens through litigation, outreach, and policy advocacy.
- Karen Musalo (Center for Gender & Refugee Studies)
- Reyna Montoya (Aliento)
- Vanessa Luna (ImmSchools)
- Jeffrey Davidson (Covington)
- Jennifer Grishkin (CAIR Coalition)
- Steven Schulman (Akin Gump)
- Lee Gelernt (ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project)
- Spencer Bloom (El Pueblo)
- Stefanie Arteaga (ACLU of NC)
- Tsion Gurmu (Black Alliance for Just Immigration)
- Rinku Sen (Race Forward)
- Sejal Zota (Just Futures Law)