Videos tagged with Eric L. Muller

  • A panel discussion about Trump v. Hawaii and the travel ban litigation in relation to the legacy of the Japanese-American exclusion orders and internment during WWII. The panel features Dean Kerry Abrams, an expert on immigration law, Professor Eric Muller from UNC Law School, an expert on the Japanese-American exclusion cases, and Pratik Shah, co-head of Akin Gump's Supreme Court and Appellate practice. Duke Law Professor Matthew Adler moderates.

    Sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the Asian Pacific American Law Students Association.

  • 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.