Videos tagged with Jane R. Wettach

  • Professor Jane Wettach, Lecturing Fellow Peggy Nicholson, and Zack Kaplan ('21) discuss why the Children's Law Clinic decided to submit an amicus brief in Bruno v. Northside and the importance of protecting children with disabilities who move between states.

  • Zack Kaplan ('21) describes what it was like to file a brief with the U.S. Supreme Court and how the experience helped prepare him for future legal work.
    Also appearing: Prof. Jane Wettach and Lecturing Fellow Peggy Nicholson.

  • Professor Jane Wettach, Lecturing Fellow Peggy Nicholson, and Zack Kaplan ('21) discuss the Children's Law Clinic's filing of a brief to the U.S. Supreme Court supporting a Petition for Certiorari in a case involving a federal special education issue.

  • The Duke Journal of Gender Law & Policy 2017 symposium, Intersectionality and the Black Lives Matter Movement, addresses the importance of considering intersecting gender, racial, and sexual identities while discussing the Black Lives Matter movement. The third panel of the four-day series is entitled Black Lives Matter in School.

  • This student-moderated panel features Professors Katharine Bartlett and Jane R. Wettach having an honest, frank discussion surrounding NC HB 2, the "Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act," and fielding questions from the audience regarding the passage of the bill and the success or failure of possible challenges to the law. NC HB 2 was passed last Wednesday and prohibits NC localities from passing anti-discrimination ordinances. Though North Carolina does have a statewide nondiscrimination law, it does not include specific protections for LGBTQ people.

  • A panel discussion on the ramifications of widespread in-school disciplinary measures that push at-risk youth out of the educational system and into the criminal justice system. Panelists: Hon. Marcia Morey, Chief District Court Judge of the 14th Judicial District (Durham County); Jason Langberg, Supervising Attorney for Legal Aid NC's Advocates for Children's Services Program; and Professor Jane Wettach of Duke Law, director of the Children's Law Clinic. Sponsored by the American Constitution Society.

  • Recorded on February 11, 2011.

    Part of the conference: Our Youth at a Crossroads: the Collateral Consequences of Juvenile Adjudication.

    Duke Forum for Law & Social Change.

    Appearing: Jane Wettach (Duke University), speaker.