Former U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch joins faculty, family, and friends in celebrating Duke Law School's 2017 graduates.
Summer studies in Geneva and Durham prepare students for careers in international law.
On the Ground
Students share their experiences working with asylum-seeking families at a south Texas detention center.
Distinguished chair awards
Griffin, McAllaster, and Miller honored with distinguished professorships.
News & Galleries tagged with: Center for Criminal Justice and Professional Responsibility
- Vidmar honored by Law and Society Association for body of empirical scholarship - June 27, 2017
- Scholar of criminal law, procedure, and criminology joins governing faculty - June 23, 2017
- Wrongful Convictions Clinic client Sharpe petitions state officials for release - May 23, 2017
- Duke Law contributes to investigation into "The Last Days of Darryl Hunt" - May 08, 2017
- Benjamin discusses internet service regulations and the future of net neutrality litigation - May 06, 2017
- Coleman comments on "sad, sad situation" facing exonerated brothers now embroiled in disputes over pardon payouts - May 01, 2017
- Community pro bono effort leads to commutations for low-level drug offenders - February 03, 2017
- Exonerated clinic client Dudley reflects on freedom and reconciliation during Duke Law Thanksgiving celebration - November 28, 2016
- Coleman on Kalvin Michael Smith release: "We’re going to keep at it until we exonerate him" - November 10, 2016
- Wrongful Convictions Clinic client Smith released after 20 years - November 10, 2016
- Duke Law faculty engage in conversation, art exhibit, on race, justice, and empathy at Nasher Museum - September 06, 2016
- Newman says bad leadership by former DAs necessitated massive review of Durham prosecutions - September 02, 2016
- Lau: 2015 "was a banner year for exposing wrongful convictions" - September 02, 2016
- NOPD consent decree monitor Aronie '93 praises department's new peer intervention program - August 29, 2016
- Lau ’09: Without transparency and accountability, prosecutors’ “conviction integrity units” likely won’t resolve problem of wrongful convictions - August 19, 2016
- Coleman: Facts support raising age of adulthood in criminal court to 18 in North Carolina - August 15, 2016
- U.S. District Judge Timothy Corrigan ’81 reflects on criminal sentencing - August 09, 2016
- Marchers protest imprisonment of Wrongful Convictions Clinic clients Dontae Sharpe and Kalvin Michael Smith - August 01, 2016
- Coleman: Former Chief Justice’s change of heart is bellwether moment in death penalty's demise - June 03, 2016
- Wrongful Convictions Clinic client freed after serving nearly 24 years for a crime he didn’t commit - March 30, 2016
- Newman: Darryl Hunt "changed hearts and minds about students’ perception of the criminal justice system" - March 14, 2016
- Wrongful Convictions Clinic wins freedom for client Howard Dudley, jailed for 24 years - March 02, 2016
- Evidentiary hearing could lead to release for Wrongful Convictions Clinic client jailed for 24 years - March 01, 2016
- Coleman on Wrongful Convictions Clinic client Charles Ray Finch: "The prison has taken most of his life, but he has managed to keep his humanity" - December 07, 2015
- Vague witness description key to efforts to free Wrongful Conviction Clinic client - December 04, 2015