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Christopher H. Schroeder

Supreme Court Preview 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.

Court of Public Opinion | The Role & Responsibility of the Public

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?

Garrett Epps | The Fourteenth Amendment: The Framing of America's Second Constitution

The Program in Public Law presents The Fourteenth Amendment: The Framing of America's Second Constitution with Professor Garrett Epps, the Orlando John and Marian H. Hollis Professor of Law at the University of Oregon School of Law. His book, "Democracy reborn : the Fourteenth Amendment and the fight for equal rights in post-Civil War America," is the basis for today's talk.

Recorded on February 14, 2008.

Full title: The Fourteenth Amendment: The Framing of America's Second Constitution.

Ambassador Peter Galbraith | Practical Politics & the Law

Formerly of the United States Foreign Relations Committee, Peter Galbraith has recently published, The End of Iraq: How American Incompetence Created a War Without End.

Recorded on October 18, 2006.

Full title: Practical Politics & the Law: Ambassador Peter Galbraith.

Appearing: Christopher Schroeder (Duke Law School), introducer: Peter Galbraith (US Ambassador), speaker.

Constitution Day: The Constitution & the War on Terror

The Program in Public Law presents Constitution Day: The Constitution and the War on Terror, a panel discussion.

Recorded on September 18, 2006.

Full title: Constitution Day: The Constitution & the War on Terror.

Appearing: Chris Schroeder (Duke University School of Law), Jeff Powell (Duke University School of Law), Scott Silliman (Duke University School of Law), panelists.