Videos tagged with Katharine T. Bartlett

  • The Duke Law community came together to honor the life and legacy of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Remarks were delivered from those who knew Justice Ginsburg personally or studied, taught, or engaged with her life's work.

    We have also set up a KudoBoard to allow members of the Duke community to share the ways in which Justice Ginsburg has influenced or inspired them (

    Sponsored by The Women's Law Students Association, the Program in Public Law, and the Dean's Office.

  • What does the future of reproductive rights look like? Whole Woman's Health v. Hellerstedt, a recently decided Supreme Court case on the constitutionality of a Texas law requiring physicians who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at a nearby hospital and requiring abortion clinics in the state to have facilities comparable to an ambulatory surgical center, may give us a hint. Tara Romano, the Executive Director of NARAL Pro-Choice North Carolina, joins Prof. Neil Siegel and Prof. Katharine Bartlett on the panel.

  • 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.

  • 16:00 Concurrent Panel (1 of 5)

    Moderator: Darrell A.H. Miller (Duke Law School)
    Ralph Richard Banks (Stanford Law School)
    Katharine T. Bartlett and Mitu Gulati (Duke Law School)
    Michael Selmi (George Washington University Law School)
    Sandra F. Sperino (University of Cincinnati College of Law)

    Recorded on November 20, 2015

  • A discussion with Professors Katharine Bartlett and Karla Holloway, based on the controversy surrounding the novels Go Set A Watchman and To Kill a Mockingbird. Moderated by Marcus Benning (Black Law Students Association) and Henry Washington (Black Student Alliance), the discussion explores such questions as: Who is Atticus Finch? What does "he" owe us? What, if anything, does the controversial sequel reveal, teach, or reflect about race in our culture and legal system? What, if anything, does it say about the law, ethics, and politics of Black Lives Matter?

  • A program about Justice Ginsburg's 50+ years as a lawyer, professor, appellate judge and associate justice of the U.S. Supreme Court. The discussion features the editor and contributors to the recent book, "The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg", Scott Dodson '00, Harry & Lillian Hastings Research Chair and Professor of Law, UC Hastings College of Law; Lisa Kern Griffin, Professor of Law; and Neil Siegel, David W. Ichel Professor of Law. It was moderated by Katharine T. Bartlett, A. Kenneth Pye Professor of Law.

    Sponsored by the Office of Alumni & Development.

  • 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.

  • As the U.S. Supreme Court prepared for arguments on whether for-profit corporations and their owners may claim religious freedom exceptions from provisions of the Affordable Care Act, Duke Law professors Darrell Miller, Barak Richman, Neil Siegel, Ernie Young, and Kate Bartlett participated in a lunchtime panel discussion on the implications for constitutional law and public policy. The cases raise important questions about constitutional law, healthcare policy, the corporate form, statutory construction, and the ability of Congress to protect constitutional norms.

  • 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.

  • Recorded on April 26, 2013.

    Lecture titled: Gender Politics & Child Custody: The Puzzling Persistence of the Best Interest Standard.

    Conference title: Child-Custody Decisionmaking (Law and Contemporary Problems Symposium (2013))

    Appearing: Elizabeth Scott (Columbia Law School), speaker ; Katharine T. Bartlett (Duke Law School), commenter.

  • Recorded on April 26, 2013.

    Lecture titled: Prioritizing Past Caretaking in Child Custody Decisionmaking.

    Conference title: Child-Custody Decisionmaking (Law and Contemporary Problems Symposium (2013))

    Appearing: Katharine T. Bartlett (Duke Law School), speaker ; Elizabeth Scott (Columbia Law School), commenter.

  • Jack Ford, legal analyst for CBS News and Peabody Award-winning journalist, spoke about some of the high profile trials he has covered over the last 25 years, as well as older historic trials. He shared his experiences and his thoughts on how trials that capture the media's attention can impact the legal profession as a whole. Sponsored by the Program in Public Law. Introduction by Katharine Bartlett.

    Recorded on February 10, 2011.

    Full title: High Profile Trials & Their Impact on the Legal Profession.

  • Panel discussion on environmental law, preemption, anti-discrimination, and criminal-related cases appearing before the Supreme Court.

    Recorded on November 17, 2008.

    Appearing: Christopher Schroeder, Ernest Young, Katharine Bartlett, and Lisa Griffin, panelists.

  • Gary Lynch gives the keynote address at the Fifth Annual Duke Law ESQ Career Symposium. Mr. Lynch, a Davis, Polk and Wardwell, alumnus and a former head of the enforcement division of the Securities and Exchange Commission, is now the Chief Legal Officer and Executive Vice President at Morgan Stanley. Mr. Lynch discusses his career achievements and provide strategies on succeeding in the field of law.

    Recorded on February 09, 2007.

    Conference title: ESQ Business Law Symposium 2007.

  • Professor Carl Schneider of the University of Michigan presents the annual Siegel Lecture on Medical-Legal Ethics.

    Recorded on November 14, 2006.

    Lecture titled: Informed Consent in Two Professions.

    Conference title: Rabbi Seymour Siegel Memorial Lecture on Medical and Legal Ethics 2006.

    Appearing: Katharine Bartlett (Duke Law School), introducer; Carl Schneider (University of Michigan), speaker.

  • Duke Law Magazine and the Office of Alumni and Development hosted a special Leadership Weekend event: "A Conversation with Katharine T. Bartlett, Dean and A. Kenneth Pye Professor of Law. Alston & Bird Professor of Law Erwin Chemerinsky has a wide-ranging conversation with Dean Bartlett about leadership, legal education, and her scholarship and influences.

  • This groundbreaking Symposium will analyze two seemingly conflicting value systems in recent employment discrimination cases: one that prohibits stereotyping in the workplace, and another that upholds workplace appearance standards. Part 1. Welcome by Catherine Fisk --- Opening remarks by Dean Katharine Bartlett --- Session 1 with Dean Katharine Bartlett, Joel Friedman, Rafael Gely, Michael Selmi, Rebecca Springer, and Kimberly Yuracko.

    Recorded on October 20, 2006.

    Full title: Opening Remarks, Appearance Codes & Employment Discrimination.

  • Panelist presentations on patent reform.

    Recorded on February 17, 2006.

    Conference title: Hot Topics in Intellectual Property Law Symposium 2006.

    Appearing: Zheng Bao and Katharine T Bartlett, introductions and opening remarks ; Arti Rai, moderator ; Rochelle Dreyfuss (New York University School of Law), Brian Kahin (University of Michigan School of Information), John Whealan (United States Patent and Trademark Office), Ed Ergenzinger (Alston & Bird) and Wendy Haller Verlander (WilmerHale), panelists.

  • Duke Law School pays tribute to the late Professor Jerome Culp, Jr., with a panel discussion on Reflections on Racial Justice. Introductory comments by Dean Katharine Bartlett ; speakers: Duke Law Faculty Trina Jones and Karla Holloway ; Frank Rudy Cooper (Suffolk University Law School) ; and William Darity (Duke University and UNC-Chapel Hill)

    Recorded on February 13, 2006.

  • Fifth annual Rabbi Seymour Siegel Lecture in medical-legal ethics with introduction by Dean Katherine Bartlett ; speaker: Alexander Capron (Director of Ethics, Trade, Human Rights, and Health Law at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland).

    Recorded on January 19, 2006.

    Rabbi Seymour Siegel Memorial Lecture on Medical-Legal Ethics.

  • Panel discussion sponsored by the Program in Public Law and featuring Curtis Bradley, Erwin Chemerinsky, Walter Dellinger, Katharine Bartlett, and Neil Siegel of the Duke law faculty, Michael Gerhardt of the UNC law faculty, plus Sam Sankar, a clerk to Justice O'Connor during the 2003 Term and currently with Wilmer, Cutler, Pickering, Hale & Dorr.

    Recorded on August 29, 2005.

    Panel titled: Reflections on the O'Connor Court.

  • Session 1: Behavioral Genetics in Context Featuring Brent Garland and Owen Jones.

    Recorded on April 08, 2005.

    Panel titled: Behavioral Genetics in Context.

    Conference title: Law & Contemporary Problems Symposium: The Impact of Behavioral Genetics on Criminal Law (Law and Contemporary Problems Symposium (2005))

    Appearing: Katherine T. Bartlett (Duke Law School), Nita A. Farahany (Duke Law School), introductions; Owen Jones (Vanderbilt University), Brent Garland (Senior Program Associate, AAAS), speakers.

  • Israeli Ambassador David Ayalon discusses prospects for Miiddle East peace.

    Recorded on March 07, 2005.

    Lecture titled: Prospects for Peace in the Middle East.

    Appearing: Katharine Bartlett (Duke University School of Law), introducer; David Ayalon (Israeli Ambassador), speaker.

  • Do current environmental regulations stifle energy industry innovation? Restrict output in energy markets? Does the current regulatory regime strike the right balance for the energy industry? Panel 1 of DELPF Symposium.

    Recorded on November 19, 2004.

    Panel titled: Traditional Energy Sources.

    Conference title: Environmental Regulation, Energy, & Market Entry (DELPF Symposium (2004))

  • Opening remarks by Dean Katharine Bartlett, speaker introduction by Robert Mosteller. Professor Nancy King, Lee S. & Charles A. Speir Professor of Law at Vanderbilt University presents the Annual Brainerd Currie Memorial Lecture. Prof. King is one of the nation's most prominent and productive scholars in the field of criminal procedure.

    Originally recorded November 11, 2004.