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: Supreme Court
- Dellinger examines the problem of overzealous prosecutors - June 23, 2017
- Podcast: Benjamin discusses Supreme Court ruling in case involving sex offenders' use of social media - June 21, 2017
- Benjamin analyzes Supreme Court opinion on sex offenders and social networking - June 20, 2017
- Charles discusses implications of Supreme Court's decision to hear Wisconsin gerrymandering case - June 20, 2017
- Video: Siegel discusses the importance of constitutional norms - June 15, 2017
- Buell comments on Russia probe - June 14, 2017
- Griffin on possible privilege claims during Sessions testimony: "The Supreme Court case that describes the scope of executive privilege arose from a similar dispute concerning the Nixon tapes" - June 13, 2017
- Charles on racial gerrymandering: N.C. citizens "have a responsibility for holding their legislators accountable in the redistricting process" - June 09, 2017
- Charles discusses ramifications of Supreme Court ruling in redistricting case - May 23, 2017
- Benjamin discusses internet service regulations and the future of net neutrality litigation - May 06, 2017
- Griffin on Supreme Court's decision in juror bias case: "Ordinary safeguards don’t work to ferret out the kind of racism present here" - May 01, 2017
- Siegel on politics and the judiciary: We should ask the Justices and ourselves "who is prepared to be at all principled"? - April 28, 2017
- Young: "Executive power issues are the most important that the [Supreme] Court will face in the next decade" - March 23, 2017
- Siegel on Gorsuch: Originalist or "living constitutionalist"? - March 22, 2017
- Young discusses Supreme Court nominee Gorsuch and the evolution of originalism - February 17, 2017
- Siegel lays out steps for "reciprocal legitimation" between Supreme Court and lower courts in response to attacks on judiciary - February 15, 2017
- Yarger '08 reflects on lessons learned while clerking for SCOTUS nominee Gorsuch - February 15, 2017
- Adler comments on Trump's threats to take federal funding from states and cities that resist his policies - February 09, 2017
- Siegel analyzes chances of Kennedy stepping down from Supreme Court - February 06, 2017
- Rai looks at upcoming patent-related Supreme Court cases - February 01, 2017
- Podcast: Young discusses Supreme Court nomination - February 01, 2017
- Dellinger on possibility of Justice Kennedy stepping down during Trump's term: "He would like to be replaced by a moderate" - February 01, 2017
- Siegel: Gorsuch may fill Supreme Court seat, but Senate Dems can use confirmation hearings to "win the war on constitutional norms, the rule of law, and an independent judiciary" - February 01, 2017
- Young: Trump judicial appointments will likely lead to legal challenges testing "how easy or hard it is for federal statutes to preempt state law" - January 05, 2017
- Siegel authors letter from constitutional law scholars to Trump - December 13, 2016