Videos tagged with Asian Law Students Association

  • The Asian Law Students Association is proud to welcome John R. Dunne, former Assistant Attorney General of the U.S. Department of Justice's Civil Rights Division and current Senior Counsel at Whiteman Osterman & Hanna LLP. At the Civil Rights Division, Mr. Dunne oversaw the U.S. government's formal apology and redress to Japanese Americans forced to relocate into internment camps during World War II. Mr. Dunne will reflect on the implementation of the Civil Liberties Act of 1988, as well as his distinguished career in public service.

  • Four experienced prosecutors in the LLM program, will discuss the role of prosecutors in their countries. Professor Lisa Griffin will moderate. Lunch will be provided but attendees should bring their own beverage. This event is co-sponsored by the International Law Society and the Asian Law Students Association.

    Recorded on October 26, 2010.

    Appearing: Nir Shnaiderman (Israel), Tsung-Hao Chen (Taiwan), Ryohei Oda (Japan), and Jae Bin Cho (Korea), speakers.

  • Join the Asian Law Students Association and International Law Society for a powerful discussion with Professor Jerome Cohen regarding China's legal system.

    Recorded on February 03, 2006.

  • Speakers discuss the Japanese American internment cases of the 1940s and other civil resistence to the U.S. Government's wartime relocation policies of Japanese Americans.

    Recorded on March 04, 2003.

    Full title: Looking Like the Enemy: The Japanese American Internment Cases in Perspective.

    Appearing: Introduction by Duke law student Josephine Ko ; speakers: Eric Muller, Peter Irons.

  • Recorded on November 14, 2000.

    Full title: The International Implications of Domestic Violence on Human Rights.

    Appearing: Regan Ralph, Executive Director, Women's Rights Division, Human Rights Watch, speaker.