Videos tagged with Darrell A.H. Miller

  • A discussion and Q&A with thought leaders on the merits, issues, and trade-offs of defunding-to-reallocate budget initiatives.

    Appearing: Brandon Garrett (Duke Law), moderator; James Burch (Anti Police-Terror Project), Darrell Miller (Duke Law), and Christy Lopez (Georgetown Law), panelists.

  • Kerry Abrams, James B. Duke and Benjamin N. Duke Dean of the School of Law, hosts a conversation with Duke Law faculty members on the current state of policing throughout the United States, with an emphasis on how policies and biases impact communities of color. Panelists discuss the history of policing in the United States; address how political movements have been used to demand reform and how the current moment compares to earlier protests; the role of the law and the legal profession in maintaining the status quo; and how the law can be used to enact reforms.

  • In this series, hosted by the Center for Firearms Law, we talk with scholars about new or forthcoming academic publications relating to firearms law or the Second Amendment. In this episode, Darrell Miller talks with Shawn Fields of Campbell Law School about his article, Second Amendment Sanctuaries, forthcoming in the Northwestern Law Review.

    View the article on SSRN at:

    Presented by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

  • Constitutional interpretation has increasingly turned to history and a close reading of the text to decipher meaning.

  • Center for Firearms Law leadership discuss the Second Amendment implications of state and local orders that require businesses, including gun stores, to shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic.

    Appearing: Jacob D. Charles, Executive Director, Center for Firearms Law, and Professors Joseph Blocher and Darrell A. H. Miller, Co-Directors, Duke Center for Firearms Law

    For more discussion of these issues, visit the Center’s blog:

  • A discussion on gun reform after the Supreme Court’s first hearing on the Second Amendment in 10 years, State Rifle & Pistol Association v. City of New York (NYSRPA). The case represents the first time the Supreme Court has heard arguments in a Second Amendment case in almost 10 years. NYSRPA concerns a challenge to a New York City regulation that restricted individuals who hold “premises licenses”—those that allow individuals to possess a gun at home—from bringing their firearms to shooting ranges or second homes outside the City.

  • The symposium on Guns Rights and Regulations Outside the Home looks at the issues left open by the Supreme Court in District of Columbia concerning whether and how the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms extends outside the home. Experts in the legal, historical, and empirical aspects of this question weigh in on the proper approach.

    Panel 4: Historical Conceptions of Second Amendment Rights Outside the Home

    Moderator: Darrell A. H. Miller, Faculty Co-Director, Center for Firearms Law & Melvin G. Shimm Professor of Law, Duke University School of Law

  • Two leading firearms law scholars, David B. Kopel, research director at the Independence Institute and associate policy analyst at the Cato Institute, and George A. Mocsary of the Southern Illinois University School of Law, join Professor Charles Dunlap and Professor Darrell Miller for a discussion of The Second Amendment and the Prevention of Tyranny.

    Co-sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law and the Center for Law, Ethics, and National Security.

  • Joseph Blocher and Darrell A.H. Miller discuss their book, "The Positive Second Amendment: Rights, Regulation, and the Future of Heller". This title is the first comprehensive post-Heller account of the history, theory, and law of one of the Constitution's most recognized - and perhaps most misunderstood rights: the right to keep and bear arms. Senior Associate Dean Margaret H. Lemos leads the conversation.

    Co-sponsored by the Goodson Law Library and Office of the Dean.

  • The Duke Muslim Law Students Association presents a timely conversation about the civil rights, policies, and incident reporting efforts that protect American-Muslims. Panelists discuss how both the legal community and the American-Muslim community can utilize these methods to safeguard the rights of Muslims in America. Panelists include: Darrell Miller, Professor at Duke Law, Jillian Johnson, Durham City Council Member, Hamza Butler, Creator of Panel moderator is Jayne Huckerby, Clinical Professor at Duke Law.

  • The Program in Public Law presents its annual Supreme Court Review. Duke Law professors Lisa Kern Griffin, Katharine T. Bartlett and Ernest A. Young review the most significant decisions of the 2013-14 term of the U.S. Supreme Court, while Professor Darrell A.H. Miller moderates. Cases discussed include Hobby Lobby, Riley v. California, and Bond v. U.S.

  • The Program in Public Law presented its annual Supreme Court Review (Civil) on August 29, 2013. Duke Law Professors Neil Siegel, Darrell Miller, Ernest Young and Katharine Bartlett discussed the most significant civil decisions of the past term of the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Professors Neil Siegel, Guy Charles, Trina Jones, and Darrell Miller discuss Fisher v. University of Texas, the affirmative action admissions case in which the U.S. Supreme Court recently granted certiorari. Brought to you by the Program in Public Law.