Videos tagged with Productions

  • Happy Public Domain Day 2024 from Duke Law School's Center for the Study of the Public Domain. To read more about the public domain, visit https://web.law.duke.edu/cspd/publicdomainday/2024.

  • Get to know what makes Duke Law’s Master of Laws (LLM) program so special! Dingyu 'Allen' He LLM '23 shares insights into the reasons he chose to pursue his LLM degree at Duke Law. He speaks about his favorite classes, engaging with faculty and his fellow students, and the impact that doing pro bono work through Duke Law's clinical program has had on him, personally and professionally.

    Learn more about the LLM program at Duke Law at https://law.duke.edu/internat/llm/

  • We had a blast at this year's Reunion at Duke Law! 🥳🫂👪:

  • Duke Law is made possible by each one of us joining together to support the current students, faculty and staff and to continue to provide one of the best legal educations in the country. When we come together, we truly have Strength in Numbers. https://law.duke.edu/alumni/dukestrong/

  • Our fifth and final #womenshistorymonth video packs a very special ending for 3L Amanda Joss! Here, she celebrates two of her mentors at Duke Law—Associate Dean Liz Gustafson and Professor Marilyn Forbes—for their achievements and how they inspire her as a person and an aspiring trial lawyer, and then gets a surprise visit!

  • Join Taylor Grant '25 for a fun a look inside of Duke Law School, with visits to the Duke Law Library, the Moot Courtroom, classrooms, and social areas.

    For more information on Duke Law, please visit http://law.duke.edu.

  • This year, Women's History Month is "celebrating women who tell our stories." Recognizing this theme, Duke Law faculty and students are sharing about the women in the law who are telling their stories in this weekly video series throughout the month of March.

    Here, 3L Gaby Feliciani, whose activities at Duke Law include the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy, Women Law Students Association, Health Justice Clinic, and Health Care Planning Project, shares about Maryland State Delegate Robbyn Lewis inspires her work as an aspiring lawyer.

  • Students enjoyed a visit from the fluffy, four-legged, and friendly puppies from the Duke Canine Cognition Center today!

  • This year, Women's History Month is "celebrating women who tell our stories." Recognizing this theme, Duke Law faculty and students are sharing about the women in the law who are telling their stories in this weekly video series throughout the month of March.

  • In keeping with this year's theme for Women's History Month, Duke Law faculty and students are "celebrating women who tell our stories" in a series of month-long videos honoring women in the law who are telling their stories. The first is by 2L Katie Fink who speaks about how U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg inspires her as an aspiring law student.

  • This year, Women's History Month is "celebrating women who tell our stories." Recognizing this theme, Duke Law faculty and students are sharing about the women in the law who are telling their stories in this weekly video series throughout the month of March. Here, Duke Law 3L Leandra Kede Yomo speaks about how Alice Nkom, the first female lawyer in Cameroon and an advocate for decriminalizing homosexuality in the Central African country, is inspiring her work as a law student.

  • Wishing our students a wonderful winter break with our jazzy rendition of the holiday classic "Let it snow." Featuring the musical stylings of Duke Law students Esosa Asemota '24 (vocals), Anighya Crocker '24 (piano), Sam MacDuffie '24 (saxophone), and Emily Martcheck '23 (vocals)-- all members of the Duke Law Music Association -- and Mark Hill, assistant dean for Duke Law Admissions, on drums.

    Our sincere thanks to the staff of Duke University's Bryan Center Studios for their help with making this video possible. We couldn't have done it without you!

  • Learn more at https://web.law.duke.edu/cspd/publicdomainday/2021/. #publicdomainday

    January 1, 2021 is Public Domain Day, when copyrighted works from 1925 be free for all to use and build upon. Find out what’s entering the public domain in the US, and why it matters.

  • Recorded in October 2020, several class of 2021 students enrolled in Duke Law's LLM Program shared what it's like for them to take in-person and online classes, engage with fellow students and faculty, and stay safe from COVID while at Duke and the neighboring communities.

    Duke Law LLM Program: https://law.duke.edu/internat/llm/

  • Judge Samuel A. Thumma of the Arizona Court of Appeals talks with Ann Yandian, program manager at the Bolch Judicial Institute, about his capstone thesis for Duke Law's Master of Judicial Studies program.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss preparing to present Ronnie Long’s claim of innocence to full Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss possible next steps following en banc Fourth Circuit's ruling on May 7 hearing.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty react after “virtually” presenting Ronnie Long’s claim of innocence to full Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty discuss key argument supporting Long's innocence: investigators intentionally withheld exculpatory evidence in violation of his constitutional rights.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic co-director, Professor James Coleman, discusses the "hot bench" advocates faced during Fourth Circuit’s en banc hearing of the Long case.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic

    Appearing: James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • Wrongful Convictions Clinic faculty thank students and supporters on their journey to Ronnie Long’s en banc hearing.

    Presented by the Duke Law Wrongful Convictions Clinic.

    Appearing: Jamie Lau (Duke Law), Theresa Newman (Duke Law) and James Coleman (Duke Law)
    Originally recorded on May 7, 2020.

  • In honor of National Library Week (April 19-25, 2020) staff from the J. Michael Goodson Law Library share what they are reading while sheltering in place.

  • The Wrongful Convictions Clinic addresses the challenges that the COVID-19 outbreak poses to their work and their clients’ health while in prison.

    Appearing: Shoshana Silverstein '20, Prof. Jamie Lau, and Nicole Wittstein '20.

  • Guides Sudeep Paul '14 and Sophia Carter '15 lead a brief tour of Duke University School of Law. To arrange a visit or learn more about the Law School's programs, visit https://law.duke.edu. If you are interested in learning more about the LLM, SJD, or international exchange programs, visit https://law.duke.edu/international.