Videos tagged with Center for Firearms Law

  • 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.

  • In this episode of the Duke Law Podcast, the Duke Center for Firearms Law (DCFL) discusses the oral argument in 'U.S. v Rahimi,' which was heard in the Supreme Court on November 7. 'Rahimi' is a pending case regarding the Second Amendment to the Constitution and whether allows the government to prohibit firearm possession by individuals subject to certain domestic violence restraining orders.

    Speakers:
    Professor Joseph Blocher
    Faculty co-director, Duke Center for Firearms Law

    Professor Darrell A. H. Miller
    Faculty co-director, Duke Center for Firearms Law

  • ​In this episode of the Duke Law Podcast, Andrew Willinger, executive director of the Duke Center for Firearms Law, discusses 'United States v. Rahimi' – the first major Second Amendment case to be heard by the Court since its landmark ruling in 'New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen last summer' – leading up to the Supreme Court hearing oral argument on November 7.

  • Join us for a discussion on policing and gun violence featuring Sanford Professor Emeritus Philip J. Cook and Durham Chief of Police Patrice Andrews. The discussion will cover Professor Cook's new book, Policing Gun Violence, as well as a detailed report that Professor Cook produced - at the invitation of Chief Andrews - regarding fatal and non-fatal shootings in Durham. Questions raised include: How can police departments find the right balance between over- and under-policing of high-violence areas?

  • A far-reaching discussion with David French covers the landmark 2022 Supreme Court term and the impact of the Court's major Second Amendment decision in NYSRPA v. Bruen. Mr. French is a leading political commentator who is the senior editor at The Dispatch and a New York Times best-selling author. He is also Duke's 2022 Egan Visiting Professor at the Sanford School of Public Policy and the School of Arts and Sciences.

  • Panel 3 of the NYU Law Review/Duke Center for Firearms Law Symposium, is "Sensitive Places and the Challenges of Applying Bruen in the Lower Courts." The event was recorded on Friday, September 23, 2022.

    - Moderator: Jamal Greene (Columbia)
    - Panelists: Joseph Blocher (Duke), Jacob Charles (Pepperdine), Adam Samaha (NYU), Darrell Miller (Duke)

    Sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law in coordination with the New York University Law Review.

  • Panel 4 of the NYU Law Review/Duke Center for Firearms Law Symposium, is "After Bruen: Implications for Law Enforcement, Stare Decisis, and Supreme Court Legitimacy." The event was recorded on Friday, September 23, 2022.

    - Moderator: Sanford Levinson (Texas)
    - Panelists: Brandon del Pozo (Rhode Island Hospital), Mary Anne Franks (Miami), Barry Friedman (NYU), Haley Proctor (Missouri)

    Sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law in coordination with the New York University Law Review.

  • Panel 2 of the NYU Law Review/Duke Center for Firearms Law Symposium is "Bruen’s Methodology and Practical Consequences for Legislation and Criminal Law." The event was recorded on Friday, September 23, 2022.

    - Moderator: Mark Tushnet (Harvard)
    - Panelists: Eric Ruben (SMU), Eugene Volokh (UCLA)

    Sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law in coordination with the New York University Law Review.

  • In this episode of the Duke Law Podcast, the Duke Center for Firearms Law discusses the U.S. Supreme Court’s landmark decision in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen on June 23, 2022. Join Profs. Joseph Blocher and Darrell A. H. Miller – both faculty co-directors of the Center – and Jacob D. Charles and Andrew Willinger – outgoing and incoming executive directors of the Center, respectively – for a broad-ranging conversation on the implications of the Court’s decision and the unanswered questions that could lead to further litigation.

  • Our next symposium will be hosted at Harvard Law School on March 25, 2022 in coordination with the Harvard Law Review. The theme is Guns, Violence, and Democracy. The events of the past several years—including pandemic-produced uncertainty and economic instability, antiracism protests, and assaults on free and fair elections—have confirmed both the importance and the fragility of democratic institutions. The symposium will discuss the ways that violence shapes U.S.

  • Our next symposium will be hosted at Harvard Law School on March 25, 2022 in coordination with the Harvard Law Review. The theme is Guns, Violence, and Democracy. The events of the past several years—including pandemic-produced uncertainty and economic instability, antiracism protests, and assaults on free and fair elections—have confirmed both the importance and the fragility of democratic institutions. The symposium will discuss the ways that violence shapes U.S.

  • Our next symposium will be hosted at Harvard Law School on March 25, 2022 in coordination with the Harvard Law Review. The theme is Guns, Violence, and Democracy. The events of the past several years—including pandemic-produced uncertainty and economic instability, antiracism protests, and assaults on free and fair elections—have confirmed both the importance and the fragility of democratic institutions. The symposium will discuss the ways that violence shapes U.S.

  • Our next symposium will be hosted at Harvard Law School on March 25, 2022 in coordination with the Harvard Law Review. The theme is Guns, Violence, and Democracy. The events of the past several years—including pandemic-produced uncertainty and economic instability, antiracism protests, and assaults on free and fair elections—have confirmed both the importance and the fragility of democratic institutions. The symposium will discuss the ways that violence shapes U.S.

  • In this episode of the Duke Law Podcast, two of the most highly citied scholars on New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen – Duke Law Prof. Joseph Blocher and Prof. Darrell A. H. Miller – unpack what happened and what’s at stake with the U.S. Supreme Court’s November 3 hearing of its first major gun rights case since 2008.

  • In this discussion, entitled "Deciphering the U.S. Supreme Court Oral Arguments in NYSRPA v. Bruen," Duke Law Professor Joseph Blocher, faculty co-director of Duke’s Center for Firearms Law, and Duke Law Lecturing Fellow Jake Charles, the Center’s executive director, host a discussion with Mary McCord, Executive Director of the Institute for Constitutional Advocacy and Protection and a visiting professor of law at Georgetown University Law Center. The conversation focuses on takeaways from the Nov. 3, 2021, Supreme Court oral arguments in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v.

  • In this episode, Jake Charles talks with Lars Noah, University of Florida School of Law about his article "Time to Bite the Bullet?: How an Emboldened FDA Could Take Aim at the Firearms Industry"
    to be published in the Connecticut Law Review.

    Available in SSRN at: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3726680

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

    Appearing: Lars Noah (University of Florida School of Law) and Jacob D. Charles (Duke Law).

  • Professor Jennifer Carlson discusses her recently published book, Policing the Second Amendment: Guns, Law Enforcement, and the Politics of Race. Drawing on local and national newspapers, interviews with close to eighty police chiefs, and a rare look at gun licensing processes, Carlson explores the ways police talk about guns, and how firearms are regulated in different parts of the country.

  • In this episode, Jake Charles talks with David E. Patton, Executive Director of the Federal Defenders of New York, about his article "Criminal Justice Reform and Guns: The Irresistible Movement Meets the Immovable Object", published in the Emory Law Journal.

    Available in on the web at: https://scholarlycommons.law.emory.edu/elj/vol69/iss5/3/

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

  • In this episode, Jake Charles talks with Kristin A. Goss (Sanford School of Public Policy, Duke University) and Matthew J. Lacombe (Barnard College) about their article Do Courts Change Politics? Heller and the Limits of Policy Feedback Effects.

    Available at: https://law.emory.edu/elj/content/volume-69/issue-5/articles/courts-cha…

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

  • In this episode, Jake Charles talks with Jane Stoever of University of California, Irvine School of Law, about her article Firearms and Domestic Violence Fatalities: Preventable Deaths, published in the Family Law Quarterly.

    Available in SSRN at: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3631355

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

    Appearing: Jane K. Stoever (University of California, Irvine School of Law ) and Jacob D. Charles (Duke Law).

  • In the ongoing national conversations about policing, protest, racism, and violence, the role of guns plays an important part. And with gun purchasing, carrying, and brandishing increasingly in the news during the Covid-19 pandemic, the intersection of these issues takes on heightened importance. Our panel conducts online panel discussion about these issues.

  • In this episode, Joseph Blocher talks with Sheila Simon of the Southern Illinois University School of Law, about her article "On Target? Assessing Gun Sanctuary Ordinances That Conflict with State Law" published in a symposium issue of the West Virginia Law Review.

    Read the article at: https://researchrepository.wvu.edu/wvlr/vol122/iss3/7/

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

    Appearing: Sheila Simon (Southern Illinois University School of Law) and Joseph Blocher (Duke Law)

  • In this episode, Joseph Blocher talks with Natalie Nanasi of the SMU Dedman School of Law, about her article "Disarming Domestic Abusers", forthcoming in the Harvard Law & Policy Review.

    Article is available on SSRN at: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3339061

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

    Appearing: Natalie Nanasi (SMU Dedman School of Law) and Joseph Blocher (Duke Law).

  • In this episode, Jake Charles talks with Greg Wallace, Campbell University School of Law, about his forthcoming article: "Assault Weapon" Lethality, to be published in the Tennessee Law Review.

    Available for reading on SSRN at: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3625076

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

    Appearing: Jacob D. Charles (Duke Law) and E. Greg Wallace (Campbell University School of Law).