Videos tagged with Erwin Chemerinsky

  • Keynote Address, Dean Erwin Chemerinsky (Dean; University of California, Berkeley Law School)

    Originally recorded on October 30, 2020.

    Sponsored by the Alaska Law Review and co-sponsored with the University of Alaska Anchorage Justice Center.

  • In anticipation of the sixtieth anniversary of Alaska statehood, "60 Years Later: The Alaska Constitution, History in Context" was at the University of Alaska Anchorage - Alaska Pacific University Consortium Library.

    The symposium is co-sponsored by the UAA Justice Center and the Alaska Law Review in cooperation with the Historians Committee of the Alaska Bar Association

    Recorded on October 12, 2018

  • The 2015 LENS Conference, Law in the Age of 'Forever War', focuses on the legal issues that accompany warfare in a time when technology, relationships between nations, and the abilities of non-state actors to affect the international stage, are all changing rapidly. Speakers address some of the difficult issues that have come to define modern law as it relates to warfare: targeting, surveillance, home-grown terrorism, intelligence gathering in the digital age, ensuring human rights and civil liberties.

  • A panel discussing the diverse range of legal issues facing lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) individuals and families. A great opportunity to hear all the legal nuances and particularies LGBT citizens face. The panel includes Erwin Chemerinsky, Sharon Thompson, and Kathy Bradley. Sponsored by OUTlaw.

    Recorded on February 18, 2008.

    Appearing: Erwin Chemerinsky, Sharon Thompson, and Kathryn Webb Bradley, Janie Long, panelists.

  • 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?

  • Professor Walter Dellinger delivers Duke University's Constitution Day address.

    Recorded on September 17, 2007.

    Appearing: Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke University School of Law), introducer; Walter Dellinger (Duke University School of Law), speaker.

  • Discussion of the legal implications of the Supreme Court's recent decision on school integration. Sponsored by the American Constitution Society, the Federalist Society, the Education Law & Policy Society, and the Program in Public Law.

    Recorded on September 05, 2007.

    Full title: School Integration: Legal Implications of Parents Involved.

    Appearing: Speakers: Professor Erwin Chemerinsky, Professor Neil Siegel, Anurima Bhargava of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Audrey Anderson (Hogan and Hartson), and Roger Clegg of the Center for Equal Opportunity.

  • The Program in Public Law presents a conversation with Los Angeles City Controller, Laura Chick. She is the first woman to hold citywide office in L.A., and was reelected to that office in 2005 with a whopping 82% of the vote.

    Recorded on March 28, 2007.

    Lecture titled: A Conversation With Laura Chick.

    Appearing: Erwin Chemerinsky, introducer; Laura Chick (Los Angeles City Controller), speaker.

  • A panel that includes Duke Law Prof. Erwin Chemerinsky, John Bussian of the Bussian Law Firm, Vinson & Elkins media litigator Thomas Leatherbury, and Los Angeles Times legal affairs reporter Henry Weinstein discuss recent developments in law affecting the news media, including such high profile cases as the jailing of former New York Times reporter Judith Miller and sentences given to two San Francisco Chronicle reporters for refusing to testify in the BALCO steroids case.

  • 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.

  • Professors Siliman, Chemerinsky, and Morris discuss the Supreme Court's recent decision and the President's response.

    Recorded on September 07, 2006.

  • Duke Law professors and constitutional law scholars Erwin Chemerinsky, Neil Siegel, Robert Mosteller, and Christopher Schroeder discuss current issues of the US Supreme Court.

    Recorded on August 28, 2006.

    Panel titled: Supreme Court Preview What to Anticipate in the Upcoming Term.

    Appearing: Christopher H. Schroeder (Duke Law), moderator ; Neil S. Siegel (Duke Law), panelist ; Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke Law), panelist ; Robert P. Mosteller (Duke Law), panelist.

  • Duke Law professors and constitutional law scholars Erwin Chemerinsky and Neil Siegel discuss current issues of the US Supreme Court.

    Recorded on April 22, 2006.

    Panel titled: The Supreme Court in Transition.

    Appearing: Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke University School of Law) and Neil Siegel (Duke University School of Law), panelists.

  • The Program in Public Law invites you to a discussion of the most significant cases pending before the Supreme Court this Term.

    Recorded on January 25, 2006.

    Appearing: Christopher Schroeder (Duke University School of Law), Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke University School of Law), and Neil Siegel (Duke University School of Law).

  • Recorded on November 22, 2005.

    Appearing: Speakers: Kathi Westcott (Service Members Legal Defense Network) and Duke Law Professor Erwin Chemerinsky.

  • A panel discussion with Professors Fisk and Chemerinsky on the nomination of Samuel Alito to the Supreme Court.

    Recorded on November 17, 2005.

    Full title: Extraordinary Circumstances?: The Nomination of Samuel Alito.

    Appearing: Catherine Fisk (Duke University School of Law) and Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke University School of Law), panelists.

  • Recorded on September 08, 2005.

    Panel titled: The Legacy of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist.

    Appearing: Chris Schroeder (Duke University School of Law), moderator; Jeff Powell (Duke University School of Law), Tom Rowe (Duke University School of Law), Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke University School of Law), Laura Underkuffler (Duke University School of Law), Neil Siegel (Duke University School of Law), panelists.

  • Recorded on August 31, 2005.

    Appearing: Speakers: Adam Charnes, Erwin Chemerinsky.

  • 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.

  • The Federalist Society presents U. Penn. Professor Amy Wax and Duke Professor Erwin Chemerinsky as they debate current issues on the relationship between race, the law of remedies, and social disadvantage.

    Recorded on March 07, 2005.

    Appearing: Amy Wax (Penn Law), Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke Law), speakers.

  • The Program in Public Law presents its Annual Supreme Court Preview. Duke Law professors Erwin Chemerinsky and Neil Siegel offer a preview of the Supreme Court's October 2015 term.

    Recorded on September 27, 2004.

    Full title: Preview of the Upcoming Supreme Court Term: Professors Erwin Chemerinsky & Neil Siegel.

    Appearing: Christopher H. Schroeder (Duke Law School), moderator ; Erwin Chemerinsky (Duke Law School), Neil Siegel (Duke Law School), panelists.

  • Panelists discuss a set of Supeme Court decisions concerning the detention of unlawful combatants.

    Recorded on September 17, 2004.

    Part of the conference: Interrogation, Detention and the Powers of the Executive.

    Appearing: Erwin Chemerinsky, moderator ; Eric Muller, Neil Siegel, John Harrison, and Adam Charnes, panelists.

  • September 16, 2011 - First Session - Constitutional Expanse of Congress's Enumerated Powers

    Erwin Chemerinsky (UC-Irvine School of Law), "Distinguishing Politics and Law: Why the Affordable Care Act is Clearly Constitutional"
    Introductory remarks by Stephen Sachs (Duke Law School)

    Neil Siegel (Duke Law School), "Free Riding on Benevolence: Collective Action Federalism and the Individual Mandate"
    Introductory remarks by Jack Balkin (Yale Law School), moderator

    Panelists: Robert Cooter (UC Berkeley School of Law), Ernie Young (Duke Law School)

  • September 16, 2011 - Second Session - Constitutional Limits of Congress's Enumerated Powers

    Ilya Somin (George Mason University School of Law), "A Mandate for Mandates: Is the Individual Health Insurance Case a Slippery Slope?"
    Introductory remarks by Gillian Metzger (Columbia Law School), moderator

    Stuart Benjamin (Duke Law School), "Bootstrapping"
    Introductory remarks by Matt Adler (University of Pennsylvania School of Law)

    Panelists: Jamie Boyle (Duke Law School), Erwin Chemerinsky (UC-Irvine School of Law)