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News & Galleries tagged with: Constitutional Law
- Simons ’17 and Harrington ’17 prevail in Dean’s Cup final round; Simons named best oralist - February 23, 2016
- Siegel: Given age of current justices, Scalia's replacement is unlikely to decide Supreme Court's ideology "for generations" - February 23, 2016
- Spotlight on presidential appointments: DLJ's 2015 Administrative Law Symposium explores a contentious issue - February 19, 2016
- Benjamin: Apple needs to show that code contains "substantive message" to be protected by First Amendment - February 19, 2016
- Powell article cited in discussion of Scalia's jurisprudence - February 18, 2016
- Duke Law scholars reflect on the legacy of Justice Antonin Scalia and on the confirmation process ahead - February 17, 2016
- Master of Judicial Studies candidate Willett JD/MA '92 describes Scalia's influence on his jurisprudence - February 16, 2016
- Blocher: Scalia’s gun rights legacy is likely to stand, no matter who replaces him - February 15, 2016
- New article by Siegel and Bradley sheds light on constitutional conventions and replacing Justice Scalia - February 14, 2016
- Bradley and Siegel analyze historical practice and judicial separation of powers - January 27, 2016
- Purdy examines constitutionalism and democracy - January 19, 2016
- Blocher, Miller discuss recent executive actions on gun control - January 14, 2016
- Siegel testifies on judicial activism and the Supreme Court - January 06, 2016
- Young writes amicus brief urging Supreme Court to preserve judicial independence in Beirut bombing case - December 17, 2015
- Blocher: Given Washington's impasse, states and municipalities should pass gun laws tailored to their circumstances - December 10, 2015
- 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
- Silliman discusses police interaction with citizens during mass shootings - December 04, 2015
- Podcast: Siegel discusses upcoming Supreme Court affirmative action case - December 03, 2015
- Watch | Center on Law, Race and Politics conference: The Present & Future of Civil Rights Movements - November 25, 2015
- Siegel joins law profs in asking Obama to take executive action on gun violence - November 13, 2015
- Tjoflat '57, longest-serving federal judge, passes 45 years on bench - November 05, 2015
- Dunlap: Rules for lethal cyber weapons are similar to those for traditional weapons - November 05, 2015
- Dunlap: Outsourcing military discipline is bad for everyone - October 27, 2015
- Charles says campaign finance structure is a civil rights issue - October 23, 2015
- Zhang contrasts American and Chinese political models - October 20, 2015