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Former Congressman Dave Trott '85, discusses his experience working on gun legislation at both the state and federal levels, recent trends in state gun laws, and his perspective on future regulatory developments. Sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law. Co-sponsored with POLIS: Center for Politics at Sanford School of Public Policy.

Professor Darrell Miller led a discussion with Cassandra Rowe and Elizabeth Sager, public health experts from the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, regarding the oral arguments in the Supreme Court's next major Second Amendment case, United States v. Rahimi. The discussion covered each sides' arguments and how the Justices responded to them, the Supreme Court's upcoming decision in the case, and broader themes related to the intersection between firearms and domestic violence. Sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law. This event was co-sponsored with the Duke Law Coalition Against Gendered Violence.

Liliana Suarez MD, MPH, a Junior Assistant Resident in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, talks about her experience as a medical student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

Taught by Associate Clinical Professor of Law Crystal Grant, the lab offers students a unique opportunity to join a dynamic, collaborative learning environment bringing medical and law students to the forefront of child advocacy. Students in the lab engaged in team projects and conduct research related to current child advocacy issues, with particular focus on recent changes in mandated reporting laws that have greatly affected all professionals working with children. The lessons learned from working cooperatively with other disciplines will directly translate to enhance career skills for interdisciplinary practice.

Jo Un Eom JD/LLM '22 talks about her experience as a law student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

Taught by Associate Clinical Professor of Law Crystal Grant, the lab offers students a unique opportunity to join a dynamic, collaborative learning environment bringing medical and law students to the forefront of child advocacy. Students in the lab engaged in team projects and conduct research related to current child advocacy issues, with particular focus on recent changes in mandated reporting laws that have greatly affected all professionals working with children. The lessons learned from working cooperatively with other disciplines will directly translate to enhance career skills for interdisciplinary practice.

Jeremy Mauritzen '22 talks about her experience as a law student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

Taught by Associate Clinical Professor of Law Crystal Grant, the lab offers students a unique opportunity to join a dynamic, collaborative learning environment bringing medical and law students to the forefront of child advocacy. Students in the lab engaged in team projects and conduct research related to current child advocacy issues, with particular focus on recent changes in mandated reporting laws that have greatly affected all professionals working with children. The lessons learned from working cooperatively with other disciplines will directly translate to enhance career skills for interdisciplinary practice.

Gabe Carrillo JD/MD '23 talks about his experience as a medical student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

Taught by Associate Clinical Professor of Law Crystal Grant, the lab offers students a unique opportunity to join a dynamic, collaborative learning environment bringing medical and law students to the forefront of child advocacy. Students in the lab engaged in team projects and conduct research related to current child advocacy issues, with particular focus on recent changes in mandated reporting laws that have greatly affected all professionals working with children. The lessons learned from working cooperatively with other disciplines will directly translate to enhance career skills for interdisciplinary practice.