Videos tagged with Muslim Law Students Association

  • While much attention has been paid to the human rights fallout of national security measures post-9/11, one area that is consistently overlooked is the impact of such measures on the family-both as a unit and for individual family members. This is the case with administrative and criminal measures that impact the family unit or members.

  • This "Intro to Islamic Law" talk was the first of a series. Islamic Law is often misconstrued by Muslims and others alike. To better understand the legal frameworks of the faith tradition, the Muslim Law Students Association invited speakers to discuss particular areas of law within Islam, such as family law and human rights law. At this introductory event, Imam Mohamed AbuTaleb from the Islamic Association of Raleigh discussed sources and legal interpretation of Islamic Law. If you are interested in attending future events in this series, watch this intro first!

  • A discussion for the law community with panelists Professor Walter Dellinger, Professor Neil Siegel, Professor Guy Charles, Professor Chris Schroeder, Professor Stephen Sachs and Professor David Schanzer on the constitutional and legal framework surrounding the recent executive orders issued by the new administration.

    Recorded on January 31, 2017

    Co-sponsored by Outlaw, Muslim Law Students Association, and Duke Bar Association.

  • 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.