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  • 59:24 Chicago's Best Ideas: "Ponzi Schemes and Law's Domain"

    Chicago's Best Ideas: "Ponzi Schemes and Law's Domain"

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    Ponzi schemes come in many sizes. The colossal fraud engineered by Bernard Madoff is an occasion to rethink the legal rules and remedies associated with such episodes. But then there are smaller Ponzi-like schemes, such as fraud in law school admissions,

  • 55:20 Vanderbilt Law School Death Penalty Debate

    Vanderbilt Law School Death Penalty Debate

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    Dr. Ken Haas of the University of Delaware and Joshua Marquis, District Attorney of Clatsop County, Oregon, debate the topic of capital punishment. Dr. Ken Haas of the University of Delaware advocates a view that the death penalty should be abolished in t

  • 1:11:24 "And Justice For All?  Criminal Justice in the South"

    "And Justice For All? Criminal Justice in the South"

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    The Emory Public Interest Committee of Emory University School of Law presents the 2012 EPIC Conference.Keynote Speaker Stephen B. Bright, President and Senior Counsel for the Southern Center for Human Rights

  • 1:04:15 Child Sexual Victimization: When Abused Children become Neglectful Mothers

    Child Sexual Victimization: When Abused Children become Neglectful Mothers

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    Jessica Dixon Weaver Assistant Professor, SMU Dedman School of Law Visiting Scholar at Emory University School of LawFeminism and Legal Theory ProjectNovember 2012

  • 1:32:44 The Era of Mass Incarceration

    The Era of Mass Incarceration

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    The United States incarcerates more than 2 million people, imprisoning more people than any other country in the world. This unprecedented prison population can be attributed to federal and state policies implemented over the past few decades, including m

  • 51:58 Mass Incarceration, Retributive Justice and the Penal Substitution Doctrine of the Atonement

    Mass Incarceration, Retributive Justice and the Penal Substitution Doctrine of the Atonement

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    March 21, 2013Case Western Reserve University School of LawCenter for the Interdisciplinary Study of Conflict and Dispute Resolution"Mass Incarceration, Retributive Justice and the Penal Substitution Doctrine of the Atonement"Speaker: Tom PorterCo-Executi

  • 50:06 Criminal Trial Procedure

    Criminal Trial Procedure

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    Federal Judicial CenterCriminal Trial ProcedureAVA19284VNB1, 1992The program is part of a video orientation series for district judges in the federal courts. Newly appointed district judges attend a week-long video orientation seminar at which they view p

  • 1:27:58 The Independence of Federal Prosecutors 11-15-07

    The Independence of Federal Prosecutors 11-15-07

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    The Federalist Society's Criminal Law Practice Group presented this panel discussion at the 2007 Annual National Lawyers Convention on November 15, 2007.Criminal Law: The Independence of Federal Prosecutors--Hon. Bob Barr, President and CEO, Liberty Strat

  • 1:32:09 Moral Choices and the Eighth Amendment 2-24-07

    Moral Choices and the Eighth Amendment 2-24-07

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    The Federalist Society's Student Division presented this panel at the 2007 Annual Student Symposium on February 24, 2007.Panel: Moral Choices and the Eighth Amendment--Prof. Ron Allen, Northwestern University--Prof. Michael S. Moore, University of Illinoi

  • 1:23:57 The Obstruction of Justice 5-29-08

    The Obstruction of Justice 5-29-08

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    Every few months, a highly visible public figure or government official becomes embroiled in a criminal investigation that ultimately includes obstruction of justice charges. Barry Bonds, Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA), Roger Clemens, Scooter Libby, Martha

  • Expansion of Federal Criminal Power: Too Much or Too Little? 11-18-10

    Expansion of Federal Criminal Power: Too Much or Too Little? 11-18-10

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    The Federalist Society's Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group hosted this panel discussion on "Expansion of Federal Criminal Power: Too Much or Too Little?" at the 2010 National Lawyers Convention on Thursday, November 18, 2010. Panelists included

  • 1:53:35 Prisoner Releases and the Role of the Courts 11-11-11

    Prisoner Releases and the Role of the Courts 11-11-11

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    The Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group hosted this panel on "Prisoner Releases and the Role of the Courts" on Friday, November 11, 2011, during the 2011 National Lawyers Convention.Criminal Law: Prisoner Releases and the Role of the Courts12:00 p

  • 1:36:47 The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 11-16-12

    The Foreign Corrupt Practices Act 11-16-12

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    The Criminal Law & Procedure Practice Group presented this panel during the Federalist Society's 2012 National Lawyers Convention.--Hon. Lanny A. Breuer, Assistant Attorney General, U.S. Department of Justice--Mr. Mark F. Mendelsohn, Partner, Paul, We

  • 59:46 Criminal Law at the Federal Level 6-11-2013

    Criminal Law at the Federal Level 6-11-2013

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    On June 11, 2013, the Federalist Society held its First Annual Executive Branch Review Conference at the National Press Club in Washington, DC. The first breakout session featured this panel discussion on criminal law at the federal level.Criminal Law at

  • 48:40 Dont Talk to Police

    Dont Talk to Police

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    An law school professor and former criminal defense attorney tells you why you should never agree to be interviewed by the police. 031408_DontTalktoPolice.wmv

  • 1:25:39 Criminal Law 101

    Criminal Law 101

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    "Like" Call for Justice on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Call-for-Justice/167885453322854Explanatory NoticeThe following video documents a training session on Criminal Law basics that took place on April 19, 2013 in Bloomington, Minnesota. The

  • 1:11:46 YLD Practice in a Flash #3 Criminal Law - "Nuts and Bolts of Defending DUI Cases"

    YLD Practice in a Flash #3 Criminal Law - "Nuts and Bolts of Defending DUI Cases"

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    9/20/2011 Phil Wormdahl - A practice guide for young lawyers defending DUI cases in Utah.

  • 45:10 "The Law of Agency," with University of Virginia School of Law Vice Dean George Geis

    "The Law of Agency," with University of Virginia School of Law Vice Dean George Geis

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    Vice Dean George Geis talks about the law of agency during a mock class for admitted students in 2012.

  • 55:04 Inside the Classroom, with Professor Anne Coughlin

    Inside the Classroom, with Professor Anne Coughlin

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    Professor Anne Coughlin opens her doors to a lecture from her Criminal Law class in the fall 2011 semester. More on Coughlin: http://bit.ly/annecoughlin

  • 1:01:30 The Law of Property: Inside the Classroom with Professor Alex Johnson

    The Law of Property: Inside the Classroom with Professor Alex Johnson

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    University of Virginia School of Law professor Alex Johnson lectures on the law of property, telling the story of Armory v. Delamirie, a famous case from 1722 that involved a chimney sweep, a valuable ring and fundamental tenets of property law.

  • 1:16:26 "The Criminal Procedure Revolution," Inside the Classroom with Professor Risa Goluboff

    "The Criminal Procedure Revolution," Inside the Classroom with Professor Risa Goluboff

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    University of Virginia School of Law Professor Risa Goluboff, an expert on the history of civil rights, discusses crime control methods in the 1960s versus today in a lecture titled "The Criminal Procedure Revolution." Inside the Classroom is a video seri

  • 1:12:49 Flag Burning and Free Speech: Inside the Classroom with Professor Frederick Schauer

    Flag Burning and Free Speech: Inside the Classroom with Professor Frederick Schauer

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    Professor Frederick Schauer teaches constitutional law and jurisprudence at the University of Virginia School of Law. In this lecture from his course, Constitutional Law II: Freedom of Speech and Press, he lectures on free speech and the burning of the Am

  • 1:15:13 "Other Bad Acts Evidence," Inside the Classroom with Professor Greg Mitchell

    "Other Bad Acts Evidence," Inside the Classroom with Professor Greg Mitchell

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    University of Virginia School of Law Professor Greg Mitchell lectures on other bad acts evidence.Inside the Classroom is a video series that offers a look inside the classrooms of some of the great lecturers at Virginia Law. For more on Professor Mitchell

  • 41:34 "Gifts as Potentially Taxable Income," Inside the Classroom with Professor George Yin

    "Gifts as Potentially Taxable Income," Inside the Classroom with Professor George Yin

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    University of Virginia School of Law Professor George Yin, a leading expert in tax policy, lectures on gifts and similar transfers as potentially taxable income.Inside the Classroom is a video series that offers a look inside the classrooms of some of the

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