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Adler sets forth systematic new framework for assessing government policies

In his new book, Professor Matthew Adler demonstrates how two social welfare function measures — utilitarianism and prioritarianism — can improve the evaluation of governmental policies.

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Civil Justice Clinic helps break new ground with settlement of federal discrimination complaint against Raleigh Housing Authority

Civil Justice Clinic helps break new ground with settlement of federal discrimination complaint against Raleigh Housing Authority

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Study ranks Duke Law faculty No. 4 for influence on other disciplines

A new study ranks the Duke Law School faculty fourth among top law schools for the influence of its scholarship in disciplines outside of law.

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Evans: "Ultimately, I find working alongside immigrant clients and communities to be fundamentally hopeful"

Kate Evans, inaugural director of the Duke Immigrant Rights Clinic, talks about the school’s newest clinical venture in a feature for Duke Today

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Court watching: Duke Law experts discuss cases coming before the Supreme Court as term begins

The October 2019 term of the U.S. Supreme Court is underway, with the justices set to rule on significant cases relating to immigration, employment discrimination, criminal justice reform, state sovereign immunity, the scope of Second Amendment rights, and environmental protection, among others.

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Siegel examines the constitutional basis for impeachment

In a post on the blog Balkinization, Siegel argues that the facts and the law are already sufficiently clear to warrant the president’s impeachment and removal from office.

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Reichman’s innovative intellectual property scholarship, stature, celebrated with conference at Harvard Law

Bunyan S. Womble Professor of Law Jerome H. Reichman, a renowned and pathbreaking scholar of intellectual property law, was honored with a two-day conference at Harvard Law School in late September. (Photo: Lorin Granger)

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Preeminent scholars meet at Duke Law for annual Foreign Relations Law Roundtable

More than 20 preeminent scholars convened at Duke Law on Sept. 28 for the launch of the Duke-Virginia Foreign Relations Law Roundtable, an annual event co-sponsored by Duke Law and the University of Virginia School of Law designed to explore cutting-edge topics concerning U.S. foreign relations law.

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Adler sets forth systematic new framework for assessing government policies

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Civil Justice Clinic helps break new ground with settlement of federal discrimination complaint against Raleigh Housing Authority

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Study ranks Duke Law faculty No. 4 for influence on other disciplines

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The Center for Firearms Law, Center for International and Comparative Law, and the International Human Rights Clinic co-sponsored a panel on “Guns and Domestic Violence: U.S. and International Human Rights Law Perspectives” with Dean Verna Williams of Cincinnati Law School, Sherry Honeycutt Everett of the N.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and Prof. Aya Fujimura-Fanselow. Jake Charles, Executive Director of theCenter for Firearms Law introduced the panel and Prof. Darrell A.H. Miller ...Read More of this Instagram post

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The Center for Firearms Law, Center for International and Comparative Law, and the International Human Rights Clinic co-sponsored a panel on “Guns and Domestic Violence: U.S. and International Human Rights Law Perspectives” with Dean Verna Williams of Cincinnati Law School, Sherry Honeycutt Everett of the N.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and Prof. Aya Fujimura-Fanselow. Jake Charles, Executive Director of theCenter for Firearms Law introduced the panel and Prof. Darrell A.H. Miller ...<a href="https://www.instagram.com/p/B3xTlA3pL53/">Read More<span class="s-r"> of this Instagram post</span></a>
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The Center for Firearms Law, Center for International and Comparative Law, and the International Human Rights Clinic co-sponsored a panel on “Guns and Domestic Violence: U.S. and International Human Rights Law Perspectives” with Dean Verna Williams of Cincinnati Law School, Sherry Honeycutt Everett of the N.C. Coalition Against Domestic Violence, and Prof. Aya Fujimura-Fanselow. Jake Charles, Executive Director of theCenter for Firearms Law introduced the panel and Prof. Darrell A.H. Miller ...Read More of this Instagram post

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