Duke Law School hosted a roundtable discussion in partnership with UVA School of Law on Sept. 28. This year’s event was entitled “Transparency, Secrecy, and Monitoring in Foreign Relations Law” and brought together more than 20 preeminent scholars to explore cutting-edge topics concerning U.S. foreign relations ...Continue Reading
Nicole A. Saharsky of Mayer Brown was interviewed on an episode of Legal Speak, a podcast powered by Law.com, about her predictions on what is likely to be a tumultuous U.S. Supreme Court term. Ms. Saharsky shared her thoughts about the big cases before the Court ...Continue Reading
The National Constitution Center and The George Washington Law Review hosted a free public symposium on Oct. 4 on the institution of Supreme Court clerkships.
The event was broken down into three topics, “Clerkship Experiences,” “Life After Clerking,” and “Clerkships and the Constitution,” and featured a number of ...Continue Reading
Renee Knake of the University of Houston Law Center recently sat down in discussion with author Malcolm Gladwell about his new book Talking to Strangers. Mr. Gladwell is a staff writer at The New Yorker, host of the podcast Revisionist History, and has authored five New York Times ...Continue Reading
The Leon Silverman Lecture Series, sponsored by the Supreme Court Historical Society, features lectures about unique and interesting events in the history of the Supreme Court. The theme for 2019 series is “Dissenting at the Supreme Court—New Perspectives.”
This year’s lecture series is split into four ...Continue Reading