Videos tagged with Law and Contemporary Problems

  • 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 3: Empirical and Theoretical Aspects of Firearms in Public

    Moderator: Philip J. Cook, ITT/Terry Sanford Professor Emeritus of Public Policy Studies, Duke University Sanford School of Public Policy

  • 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

  • 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 2: Regulating People, Places, and Products

    Moderator: Kate Shaw, Professor of Law and the Co-Director of the Floersheimer Center for Constitutional Democracy, Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law

  • Recorded on April 26, 2013.

    Lecture titled: Tinkering With the Machinery of the Child Welfare System.

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

    Appearing: Clare Huntington (Fordham Law School), speaker ; Dorianne Lambelet Coleman (Duke Law School), commenter.

  • 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: Legislating for Shared-Time Parenting After Parental Separation: Insights From Australia?.

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

    Appearing: Bruce Smythe (Australian National University), speaker ; Kimberly D. Krawiec (Duke Law School), commenter.

  • Recorded on April 26, 2013.

    Lecture titled: Who Knows What's Best for Children?.

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

    Appearing: Robert E. Emery (University of Virginia School of Law), speaker ; Suzanne Reynolds (Wake Forest University), commenter.

  • Recorded on April 26, 2013.

    Lecture titled: From Third Parties to Parents: The Case of Same-Sex Couples.

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

    Appearing: Nancy Polikoff (American University College of Law) ; Holning Lau (UNC School of Law), 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.

  • Recorded on April 26, 2013.

    Lecture titled: The Uneasy Alliance Between Parents' Rights & Children's Interests.

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

    Appearing: Emily Buss (University of Chicago Law School), speaker ; Maxine Eichner (UNC School of Law), commenter.

  • Recorded on April 26, 2013.

    Lecture titled: Bargaining in the Shadow of the Best Interest Standard: The Close Connection Between Substance & Process in the Resolution of Divorce-Related Parenting Disputes.

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

    Appearing: Jana Singer (University of Baltimore. School of Law), speaker ; Kathryn Webb Bradley (Duke Law School)

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • Duke President Richard Brodhead's comments relating to the Duke Lacrosse case during The Court of Public Opinion conference.

    What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • What catapults a case into the media spotlight? Who is responsible for focusing media and public attention on a particular case? Once a case gains high-profile status, what are the professional and ethical roles and responsibilities of members of the media, the bar, and the institutions involved? How do media balance their First Amendment right to watch over the operation of government with the rights of the accused?

  • The journal of Law & Contemporary Problems presents its day-long annual conference at the Law School, providing extensive scholarly discussion and critical analysis of Odious Debt. Panel III: "Private Domestic Law Analogies & Solutions" Featuring: Lee Buchheit, Deborah DeMott, Adam Feibelman, Melissa Jacoby, Bob Rasmussen, Chantal Thomas, and Robert Thompson

    Recorded on January 26, 2007.

    Panel titled: Private Domestic Law Analogies & Solutions.

    Conference title: Odious Debts & State Corruption (2007)

  • The journal of Law & Contemporary Problems presents its day-long annual conference at the Law School, providing extensive scholarly discussion and critical analysis of Odious Debt. Panel IV: "Policing State Corruption and the Relevance of Transnational Justice Issues" Featuring: Lee Buchheit, Larry Backer, Paul Carrington, Adrienne Davis, David Gray, Jeffrey Meyer, Christiana Ochoa, and Anita Ramasastry

    Recorded on January 26, 2007.

    Panel titled: Policing State Corruption & the Relevance of Transnational Justice Issues.