Videos tagged with Clinics

  • Clinical Professor Jayne Huckerby, director of the International Human Rights Clinic, and Clinical Professor Aya Fujimura-Fanselow, supervising attorney for the clinic, talk about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and their favorite part about leading the clinic. The clinic is a core component of the Human Rights Program at Duke Law. Through an extensive curriculum, Duke Law's international and comparative law faculty equips students to deepen their knowledge and critical assessment of human rights laws, institutions, advocacy, and scholarship.

  • Clinical Professor Bryan McGann, director of the Duke Start-Up Ventures Clinic, and Clinical Professor Michael Murphy, supervising attorney for the clinic, talk about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and their favorite part about leading the clinic. The clinic offers students an experience that combines the Law School’s commitment to entrepreneurial education with valuable practical training.

  • Assistant Clinical Professor Richard Katskee, director of the Appellate Litigation Clinic at Duke talks about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and what he enjoys most about leading the clinic. The clinic enables students to develop litigation skills by working on federal appeals.

  • Clinical Professor Allison Korn, director of the Duke Health Justice Clinic, and Clinical Professor Hannah Demeritt, supervising attorney for the clinic, talk about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and their favorite part about leading the clinic. The clinic trains students to serve the unmet needs of low income people facing serious illness.

  • Clinical Professor Charles Holton, director of the Duke Civil Justice Clinic, and Clinical Professor Jesse McCoy, supervising attorney for the clinic, talk about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and their favorite part about leading the clinic. The clinic provides students the opportunity to work directly with clients facing free expression concerns, including defamation, content-discrimination, and reporter’s privilege.

  • Professor of the Practice James Coleman, director of the Duke Wrongful Convictions Clinic, and Clinical Professor Jamie Lau, supervising attorney for the clinic, talk about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and their favorite part about leading the clinic. The clinic investigates plausible claims of innocence made by people incarcerated for felonies in North Carolina.

  • Clinical Professors Ryke Longest and Michelle Nowlin—both faculty co-directors of the Duke Environmental Law & Policy Clinic—talk about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and their favorite part about leading the clinic. The clinic provides training that the next generation of leaders to solve environmental problems and providing access to justice in underserved communities.

  • Lecturing Fellow Nancy Lauer, a staff scientist with the Duke Environmental Law and Policy Clinic (ELPC), and Lecturing Fellow Lee Miller, a fellow in environmental law with the clinic, talk about the ELPC's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and their favorite parts about working with students the clinic. The clinic provides training that the next generation of leaders to solve environmental problems and providing access to justice in underserved communities.

  • Clinical Professor Andrew Foster, director of the Community Enterprise Clinic at Duke, talks about the clinic's work, how students get involved, the skills that students learn, and his favorite part about leading the clinic. The clinic helps nonprofit organizations and social entrepreneurs plan and implement community development projects that improve the quality of life in economically disadvantaged areas.

  • Professor Andrew Foster, longtime director of clinical programs at Duke Law, speaks with Tara Kenchen, Principal Consultant, UF Strategies and formerly President and CEO of the N.C. Community Development Initiative, Inc., about C.D.I. Inc.'s impact in North Carolina and the importance of community economic development.

    Visit National Institute of Minority Economic Development at https://theinstitutenc.org.

  • Professor Andrew Foster, longtime director of clinical programs at Duke Law, speaks with Yolanda Winstead, president and CEO of DHIC, Inc., about dispelling the affordable housing myth, ‘not in my backyard,' and offering opportunities to everyday people.

    Visit DHIC, Inc., at https://dhic.org.

  • Professor Andrew Foster, longtime director of clinical programs at Duke Law, speaks with Kevin J. Price, president and CEO of the National Institute of Minority Economic Development, about diverse businesses surviving systemic racism and COVID, and the importance of giving back.

    Visit the National Institute of Minority Economic Development at https://theinstitutenc.org/.

  • Professor Andrew Foster, longtime director of clinical programs at Duke Law, speaks with Camryn Smith, co-executive director and co-founder of Communities in Partnership, Inc., about the assisting Durham communities, the meaning of being “community-rooted,” and BIPOC businesses surviving COVID.

    Visit Communities in Partnership, Inc., at https://communitiesinpartnership.org/

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss preparing to present Ronnie Long’s claim of innocence to full Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss possible next steps following en banc Fourth Circuit's ruling on May 7 hearing.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty react after “virtually” presenting Ronnie Long’s claim of innocence to full Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss key argument supporting Long's innocence: investigators intentionally withheld exculpatory evidence in violation of his constitutional rights.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic co-director, Professor James Coleman, discusses the "hot bench" advocates faced during Fourth Circuit’s en banc hearing of the Long case.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic

    Appearing: James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty thank students and supporters on their journey to Ronnie Long’s en banc hearing.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • The Wrongful Convictions Clinic addresses the challenges that the COVID-19 outbreak poses to their work and their clients’ health while in prison.

    Appearing: Shoshana Silverstein '20, Prof. Jamie Lau, and Nicole Wittstein '20.

  • Clinical Professor Jamie Lau, Long’s lead attorney in the Wrongful Convictions Clinic, shares his client’s reaction to hearing his case was granted en banc review by the full Fourth Circuit.

  • The Wrongful Convictions Clinic shares their thoughts on: ‘What is justice for Ronnie Long after serving 44 years in prison?'

    Appearing: Prof. Jamie Lau, Nicole Wittstein '20, and Shoshana Silverstein '20.

  • Clinical Professor Jamie Lau, lead attorney for Ronnie Long in the Wrongful Convictions Clinic and two law students discusses their path to being granted an en banc hearing before the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeal.

    Appearing: Shoshana Silverstein '20, Prof. Jamie Lau, and Nicole Wittstein '20.

  • Shoshana Silverstein and Nicole Wittstein discuss the clinic’s strategy to persuade the full Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to review Long’s appeal.

    Appearing: Nicole Wittstein '20, Shoshana Silverstein '20, and Prof. Jamie Lau.

  • Duke Law Professor Jamie Lau and two law students discuss the possible health risks associated with COVID-19 and Long’s incarceration in the North Carolina prison system.

    Appearing: Shoshana Silverstein '20, Prof. Jamie Lau, and Nicole Wittstein '20.