The Duke way
» Public service is a core value of the legal profession and central to the Duke Law experience.
Prof. Sam Buell discusses his new book on the rise of criminal behavior in corporations and why it’s so difficult to prosecute.
Emerging tools for more equitable policy
» Professor Matthew Adler co-edited the new Oxford Handbook of Well-Being and Public Policy.
Videos tagged with: Bernstein Memorial Lecture
- Bernstein Lecture 2014 | Donald Horowitz, Federalism for Severely Divided Societies - November 03, 2014
- Bernstein Lecture 2013-2014 | Justice Susanne Baer, Adjudicating Inequalities - September 30, 2013
- Bernstein Lecture 2013 | Nicola Lacey, Comparative Criminal Justice: An Institutional Approach - April 04, 2013
- Bernstein Lecture 2011 | Edwin Cameron, Constitutionalism, Rights, & International Law - September 08, 2011
- Bernstein Lecture 2011 | Bernhard Schlink, Proportionality in Constitutional Law - April 05, 2011
- Bernstein Lecture 2010 | John Bell, The Relevance of Foreign Examples to Legal Development - February 23, 2010
- Bernstein Lecture 2009 | William Twining, Normative & Legal Pluralism: A Global Perspective - April 07, 2009
- Bernstein Lecture 2007 | Joseph Lookofsky, Desperately Seeking Subsidiarity - November 13, 2007
- Bernstein Lecture 2006 | Zhu Suli - November 02, 2006
- Bernstein Lecture 2005 | Richard M. Buxbaum - September 27, 2005
- Bernstein Lecture 2004 | Chibli Mallet, Constitutions for the 21st Century - September 28, 2004
- Bernstein Lecture 2003 | Christian Joerges - September 16, 2003
- Bernstein Lecture 2002 | Hein Kötz, Civil Justice Systems in Europe and the United States - September 10, 2002