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  • Former Congressman Dave Trott '85, discusses his experience working on gun legislation at both the state and federal levels, recent trends in state gun laws, and his perspective on future regulatory developments. Sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law. Co-sponsored with POLIS: Center for Politics at Sanford School of Public Policy.

  • Professor Darrell Miller led a discussion with Cassandra Rowe and Elizabeth Sager, public health experts from the North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence, regarding the oral arguments in the Supreme Court's next major Second Amendment case, United States v. Rahimi. The discussion covered each sides' arguments and how the Justices responded to them, the Supreme Court's upcoming decision in the case, and broader themes related to the intersection between firearms and domestic violence. Sponsored by the Duke Center for Firearms Law.

  • Jo Un Eom JD/LLM '22 talks about her experience as a law student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

  • Gabe Carrillo JD/MD '23 talks about his experience as a medical student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

  • Liliana Suarez MD, MPH, a Junior Assistant Resident in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics, talks about her experience as a medical student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

  • Jeremy Mauritzen '22 talks about her experience as a law student participating in the Child Advocacy Lab as part of the Children's Law Clinic at Duke Law School.

  • This October, students from three North Carolina law schools gathered at North Carolina Central University to participate in the fourth annual Legal Design Derby focused on access to justice. Co-hosted by the Duke Center on Law & Technology and the NCCU Tech Law & Policy Center, this human-centered design sprint provided students an opportunity to contribute their ideas to the new Legal Aid of North Carolina Innovation Lab. (Transcript forthcoming)

  • In this episode of the Duke Law Podcast, the Duke Center for Firearms Law (DCFL) discusses the oral argument in 'U.S. v Rahimi,' which was heard in the Supreme Court on November 7. 'Rahimi' is a pending case regarding the Second Amendment to the Constitution and whether allows the government to prohibit firearm possession by individuals subject to certain domestic violence restraining orders.

    Speakers:
    Professor Joseph Blocher
    Faculty co-director, Duke Center for Firearms Law

    Professor Darrell A. H. Miller
    Faculty co-director, Duke Center for Firearms Law

  • Yates, a longtime partner at Morris, Manning & Martin, offers his insights on effective team building. “You need to watch, listen, and learn from mentors, understand what it's like to practice law, and understand the dynamic within your law firm that you're working for.’”

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni)

  • Carr, assistant director in the Office of the Whistleblower at the SEC, describes why it’s important for attorneys to be open-minded.

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni/)

  • Matthews, chief legal officer at the Local Government Federal Credit Union, talks about the building blocks of a career legacy.

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni)

  • Matthews, chief legal officer at the Local Government Federal Credit Union, shares her wisdom on integrity and professional brand.

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni/)

  • Carr, assistant director in the Office of the Whistleblower at the SEC, offers his insights into working efficiently with a team in a law practice – “Be somebody that they can trust.”

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni/)

  • Yates, a longtime partner at Morris, Manning & Martin, offers tips to young lawyers on ways to leverage social media, particularly Linkedin, to create a professional identity.

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni)

  • Liles, senior legal counsel at SAS and founder of Liles Law, advises 3Ls who are job seeking is “to bring their authentic selves to the interview.”

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni)

  • Yates, a longtime partner at Morris, Manning & Martin, offers his suggestions for effective time management for lawyers. “I really ask, especially young lawyers, to be very clear to say ‘How much time do you think I should spend on this project?’”

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni)

  • Liles, senior legal counsel at SAS and founder of Liles Law, describes how she found her voice as a legal professional. “There was one partner I was working with who took me aside and really encouraged me to find my own voice when it comes to writing and in speaking.”

    The ‘Alumni Career Tips’ series is provided by the Office of Alumni & Development at Duke Law. (https://law.duke.edu/alumni)

  • As part of the Human Rights in Practice series, join the Center for International and Comparative Law and the International Human Rights Clinic for this program marking 75 years of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Featuring Başak Çalı, Professor of International Law & Co-Director, Centre for Fundamental Rights, Hertie School; Benyam Dawit Mezmur, Member, U.N. Committee on the Rights of the Child; and RJ Thompson-Rodriguez, Managing Director, Urban Justice Center.

  • As part of the Human Rights in Practice series, join the Center for International and Comparative Law and the International Human Rights Clinic for this program featuring Nita Farahany, Robinson O. Everett Distinguished Professor of Law, Professor of Philosophy, Duke Law; Asaf Lubin, Associate Professor of Law, Indiana University Maurer School of Law and Visiting Professor of Law, Columbia Law; Rebecca Mignot-Mahdavi, Assistant Professor of Law, Sciences Po Law School; and a representative of the International Disability Alliance.

  • ​In this episode of the Duke Law Podcast, Andrew Willinger, executive director of the Duke Center for Firearms Law, discusses 'United States v. Rahimi' – the first major Second Amendment case to be heard by the Court since its landmark ruling in 'New York State Rifle & Pistol Association Inc. v. Bruen last summer' – leading up to the Supreme Court hearing oral argument on November 7.

  • As part of the Human Rights in Practice series, join the Center for International and Comparative Law and the International Human Rights Clinic for this program featuring Lauren Aarons, Head of Gender Team, Gender, Racial Justice, Refugees and Migrants Programme, Amnesty International; Sofia Coelho Candeias, Judicial Affairs Officer, U.N. Team of Experts on the Rule of Law and Sexual Violence in Conflict; Jayne Huckerby, Clinical Professor of Law and Director, International Human Rights Clinic at Duke Law; and Siobhán Mullally, U.N.

  • As part of the Human Rights in Practice series, join the Center for International and Comparative Law and the International Human Rights Clinic for this program featuring Kristi Graunke, Legal Director, ACLU of North Carolina; Deepa Padmanabha, Deputy General Counsel, Greenpeace USA; and Leonor Rebassa, Legal Advisor, Law and Policy, Amnesty International - International Secretariat. Speakers will discuss protest in times of crisis. Moderated by Aya Fujimura-Fanselow, Clinical Professor of Law (Teaching) and Supervising Attorney, International Human Rights Clinic at Duke Law.

  • Professor Harold Hongju Koh of Yale Law School, the 2023 recipient of the Raphael Lemkin Rule of Law Guardian Medal from the Bolch Judicial Institute, was honored during a program (recorded here) at 12:30 p.m. EDT on Oct. 9, 2023 at Duke Law School. In addition to receiving the medal, Professor Koh spoke with Paul W. Grimm, director of the Bolch Judicial Institute and a retired federal judge, about his distinguished career defending human rights and promoting the rule of law.

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  • In its opening issue of Volume 73 (2023), Duke Law Journal published "Fact Stripping," written by Duke Law's own professors, Joseph Blocher and Brandon L. Garrett. In this interview, Judge Paul W. Grimm (ret.) of the Bolch Judicial Institute at Duke Law asks the authors about the concept of fact stripping and a current trend of appellate courts assuming fact-finding power over trial courts. The authors suggest Congress may want to reallocate factfinding power to trial courts through legislation.

  • Mujib Jimoh LLM ’23 hails from Nigeria and is a published international law researcher and Judy Horowitz Scholar at Duke Law. Here he talks about his experience as a teaching assistant for the 2023 Summer Institute on Law, Language, & Culture (SILLC) program.