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Title Page, Denver Journal International Law & Policy May 2020

Title Page, Denver Journal International Law & Policy

Denver Journal of International Law & Policy

No abstract provided.


Marielle Franco, Rhaissa Sanches Jan 2020

Marielle Franco, Rhaissa Sanches

Faculty Curated Undergraduate Works

Marielle Franco was a Black, Brazilian activist (1979-2018) who rose from the favelas (poor areas) of Rio de Janeiro to be elected as a councilwoman in Rio's election of 2016. Franco was known for exposing the violence waged in the favelas by Brazil's military and police under the "pretense of maintaining law and order," as well as how the militia wields power over those who live in the favelas. In addition to detailing Franco's life, activism and death, this paper also explains the history and development of the favelas in Rio de Janeiro, as well as the ...


The Democratic Constitution: Reflections On Abortion, Affirmative Action, And The Independent Counsel, Neal Devins Sep 2019

The Democratic Constitution: Reflections On Abortion, Affirmative Action, And The Independent Counsel, Neal Devins

Neal E. Devins

The annual St. George Tucker Lecture by Professor Neal Devins presented on October 7, 1998.


First Amendment Under Fire: Racial Justice And Hate Speech, Neal Devins, Wornie Reed, Susan Herman, Alex Tsesis Sep 2019

First Amendment Under Fire: Racial Justice And Hate Speech, Neal Devins, Wornie Reed, Susan Herman, Alex Tsesis

Neal E. Devins

No abstract provided.


Supreme Court Preview 2014-2015: Moot Court, Neal Devins, Michael Scodro, Andrew Pincus, Joan Biskupic, Garrett Epps, Irving Gornstein, Tara Leigh Grove, Allison Orr Larsen, Dahlia Lithwick, Erin E. Murphy, David Savage, Richard Wolf Sep 2019

Supreme Court Preview 2014-2015: Moot Court, Neal Devins, Michael Scodro, Andrew Pincus, Joan Biskupic, Garrett Epps, Irving Gornstein, Tara Leigh Grove, Allison Orr Larsen, Dahlia Lithwick, Erin E. Murphy, David Savage, Richard Wolf

Tara L. Grove

No abstract provided.


Office Hours: Let's Talk About Emoluments, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Tara Leigh Grove Sep 2019

Office Hours: Let's Talk About Emoluments, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Tara Leigh Grove

Tara L. Grove

April 2, 2018: On this week’s episode, Professor Tara Grove breaks down the pending emoluments clause litigation against President Trump, and cautions against an increasing reliance on courts to address political problems. She also gives thanks to a now-famous mentor who helped mold her distinctive teaching style, and tests her knowledge of Disney characters.


Constitutional Dilemmas: Defense Of Marriage Act (Doma), Neal Devins, Tara Leigh Grove Sep 2019

Constitutional Dilemmas: Defense Of Marriage Act (Doma), Neal Devins, Tara Leigh Grove

Tara L. Grove

No abstract provided.


When Free Speech And Free Enterprise Collide, Cathy Lewis, Timothy Zick, Joe Howell Sep 2019

When Free Speech And Free Enterprise Collide, Cathy Lewis, Timothy Zick, Joe Howell

Timothy Zick

It's been a month since comments by Chick-fil-A President and COO Dan Cathy galvanized some while incensing others, and amplified the nationwide conversation about marriage equality. Instead of revisiting the debate, HearSay host Cathy Lewis examines the complex interplay of civil and economic liberties that first fostered the controversy.


Supreme Court Preview 2014-2015: First Amendment, Timothy Zick, Walter E. Dellinger Iii, Paul Smith, Dahlia Lithwick Sep 2019

Supreme Court Preview 2014-2015: First Amendment, Timothy Zick, Walter E. Dellinger Iii, Paul Smith, Dahlia Lithwick

Timothy Zick

No abstract provided.


Right Of The Occupiers, Jimmy Barrett, Timothy Zick Sep 2019

Right Of The Occupiers, Jimmy Barrett, Timothy Zick

Timothy Zick

No abstract provided.


Practical Equality: Discussion With Author Robert L. Tsai, Timothy Zick, Robert L. Tsai Sep 2019

Practical Equality: Discussion With Author Robert L. Tsai, Timothy Zick, Robert L. Tsai

Timothy Zick

Professor Timothy Zick discusses a new book titled "Practical Equality: Forging Justice in a Divided Nation," with its author, Professor Robert L. Tsai of American University Washington College of Law. Timothy Zick is the John Marshall Professor of Government and Citizenship at William & Mary Law School. His scholarship has explored a wide variety of constitutional issues, with a special focus on the First Amendment. Robert L. Tsai is Professor of Law at American University and a prize-winning essayist in constitutional law and history. Recorded before a live audience at William & Mary Law School on March 14, 2019. The event was ...


14th Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference: Challenges To The Western Idea Of Property, Tony Arnold, Kristen Carpenter, Angela Riley, Mark Savin, James Y. Stern Sep 2019

14th Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference: Challenges To The Western Idea Of Property, Tony Arnold, Kristen Carpenter, Angela Riley, Mark Savin, James Y. Stern

James Y. Stern

No abstract provided.


Podcast Episode 24 – Professor James Stern Discusses Knick V. Township Of Scott, Clint Schumacher, James Y. Stern Sep 2019

Podcast Episode 24 – Professor James Stern Discusses Knick V. Township Of Scott, Clint Schumacher, James Y. Stern

James Y. Stern

Welcome to Episode 24 of the Eminent Domain Podcast. We have a great episode for you that we are calling “A Review of Knick v. Township of Scott.” Our guest today is Professor James Stern of the William & Mary Law School. Professor Stern is uniquely qualified to talk about the Knick case as both a current property law professor and a former U.S. Supreme Court clerk.


Professors Alan J. Meese And Nathan B. Oman On Why Hobby Lobby And For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman Sep 2019

Professors Alan J. Meese And Nathan B. Oman On Why Hobby Lobby And For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman

Nathan B. Oman

No abstract provided.


Team Teaching, Sarah L. Stafford, Alan J. Meese Sep 2019

Team Teaching, Sarah L. Stafford, Alan J. Meese

Alan J. Meese

No abstract provided.


Professors Alan J. Meese And Nathan B. Oman On Why Hobby Lobby And For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman Sep 2019

Professors Alan J. Meese And Nathan B. Oman On Why Hobby Lobby And For-Profit Corporations Are Rfra Persons, Alan J. Meese, Nathan B. Oman

Alan J. Meese

No abstract provided.


The Magna Carta Turns 800, John Hockenberry, Thomas J. Mcsweeney Sep 2019

The Magna Carta Turns 800, John Hockenberry, Thomas J. Mcsweeney

Thomas J. McSweeney

No abstract provided.


Secrecy In The "Sunshine Era", Sarah Mcconnell, Thomas J. Mcsweeney Sep 2019

Secrecy In The "Sunshine Era", Sarah Mcconnell, Thomas J. Mcsweeney

Thomas J. McSweeney

No abstract provided.


Why Law (School) Matters, Jesse Rutledge, Paul Marcus Sep 2019

Why Law (School) Matters, Jesse Rutledge, Paul Marcus

Paul Marcus

Who are tomorrow’s lawyers? Professor Marcus talks about the declining number of applicants for law school, but the increasing quality of students.


Paul Marcus: Haynes Professor, School Of Law, Paul Marcus Sep 2019

Paul Marcus: Haynes Professor, School Of Law, Paul Marcus

Paul Marcus

Marcus was awarded a SCHEV 2010 Outstanding Faculty Award.


14th Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference: Property Rights In Water, Renee Moulin, Holly Doremus, Robert Abrams, Eric Alston, Linda A. Malone Sep 2019

14th Brigham-Kanner Property Rights Conference: Property Rights In Water, Renee Moulin, Holly Doremus, Robert Abrams, Eric Alston, Linda A. Malone

Linda A. Malone

No abstract provided.


Office Hours: The Robots Are Coming!, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Fredric I. Lederer, Iria Giuffrida, Nicolas Vermeys Sep 2019

Office Hours: The Robots Are Coming!, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Fredric I. Lederer, Iria Giuffrida, Nicolas Vermeys

Fredric I. Lederer

April 10, 2018: This week’s episode features three guests from William & Mary’s Center for Legal & Court Technology (CLTC). Professors Fred Lederer, Iria Giuffrida and Nicolas Vermeys talk about CLTC’s efforts to prepare students and courts for rapidly evolving technologies. They also provide tips for how best to navigate the coming robot apocalypse – spoiler alert: we are all doomed.


Office Hours: How Healthy Is Health Law?, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Stacy E. Kern-Scheerer Sep 2019

Office Hours: How Healthy Is Health Law?, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Stacy E. Kern-Scheerer

Stacy Kern-Scheerer

February 13, 2018: Today’s guest is William & Mary Law School Professor Stacy Kern-Scheerer who talks about her experience drafting legislation like the Affordable Care Act, and the status of Obamacare after the repeal of the individual mandate. We also discuss pressing topics like how many legs does a stool need to remain standing.


Office Hours: What's The Deal With Bitcoin?, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Eric D. Chason Sep 2019

Office Hours: What's The Deal With Bitcoin?, Jeffrey Bellin, Michaela Lieberman, Eric D. Chason

Eric D. Chason

February 6, 2018: Today’s guest is William & Mary Law School Professor Eric Chason who discusses the legal implications of Bitcoin, while also telling us about his childhood, musical talents, and more.


Supreme Court Preview 2014-2015: Criminal, Jeffrey Bellin, Beth Brinkman, Jeffrey Fisher, Gregory Garre, Kannon Shanmugam Sep 2019

Supreme Court Preview 2014-2015: Criminal, Jeffrey Bellin, Beth Brinkman, Jeffrey Fisher, Gregory Garre, Kannon Shanmugam

Jeffrey Bellin

No abstract provided.


First Amendment Under Fire: Policing Protests, Jeffrey Bellin, Racehl Harmon, Timothy Zick, Claire Gastañaga Sep 2019

First Amendment Under Fire: Policing Protests, Jeffrey Bellin, Racehl Harmon, Timothy Zick, Claire Gastañaga

Jeffrey Bellin

No abstract provided.


Constitution-Free Zones: False, Jimmy Barrett, Jeffrey Bellin Sep 2019

Constitution-Free Zones: False, Jimmy Barrett, Jeffrey Bellin

Jeffrey Bellin

No abstract provided.


Bloomberg Law Brief: Evidence Doctrine, Michael Best, Jeffrey Bellin, Andrew Guthrie Ferguson Sep 2019

Bloomberg Law Brief: Evidence Doctrine, Michael Best, Jeffrey Bellin, Andrew Guthrie Ferguson

Jeffrey Bellin

A discussion of a Supreme Court case over whether a juror may testify about statements made by another juror during deliberations.


2014 Bill Of Rights Journal Symposium: Atkins On The Ground, Paul Marcus, Jeffrey Bellin, Caroline Everington, Marc Tassé, John H. Blume Sep 2019

2014 Bill Of Rights Journal Symposium: Atkins On The Ground, Paul Marcus, Jeffrey Bellin, Caroline Everington, Marc Tassé, John H. Blume

Jeffrey Bellin

Atkins v. Virginia A Dozen Years Later: A Report Card

In 2002 the United States Supreme Court overturned decades-long precedent, holding that the execution of defendants with intellectual and developmental disabilities violated the Eighth Amendment prohibition on cruel and unusual punishment.

This symposium discusses and evaluates the decision in Atkins v. Virginia, including its effects and application in practice, from both legal and psychological points of view.


Wina Morning News With Rick And Jane: Interview With Adam Gershowitz, Rick Daniels, Jane Foy, Adam M. Gershowitz Sep 2019

Wina Morning News With Rick And Jane: Interview With Adam Gershowitz, Rick Daniels, Jane Foy, Adam M. Gershowitz

Adam M. Gershowitz

No abstract provided.