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  • 1:35:57 Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer debate the Constitution

    Antonin Scalia and Stephen Breyer debate the Constitution

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    www.fed-soc.org, http://www.acslaw.orgHosted for http://TheNewsBuckit.comSupreme Court Justices Scalia and Breyer talk about the Constitution at an event sponsored by the Federalist and the American Constitution Societies. Permission was granted to upload

  • 1:17:05 The Constitutionality of the Individual Mandate 1-7-11

    The Constitutionality of the Individual Mandate 1-7-11

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    This luncheon debate took place on January 7, 2011, at the Federalist Society's 13th Annual Faculty Conference in San Francisco.Friday, January 7, 201112:15 p.m. - 2:15 p.m.Location: Paris SouthLuncheon Debate: The Constitutionality of the Individual Mand

  • 1:00:44 The Role of Roe v. Wade in the Confirmation Battle Over Samuel Alito

    The Role of Roe v. Wade in the Confirmation Battle Over Samuel Alito

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    Professor Lynn Wardle, Duke Law '74 and member of the faculty at Brigham Young University, speaking on the role of Roe v. Wade in the confirmation battle over Samuel Alito.Recorded on January 17, 2006.

  • 1:36:45 Religion, Early America and the Fourteenth Amendment 11-15-07

    Religion, Early America and the Fourteenth Amendment 11-15-07

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    The Federalist Society's Federalism & Separation of Powers Practice Group presented this panel discussion at the 2007 Annual National Lawyers Convention on November 15, 2007.Federalism: Religion, Early America and the Fourteenth Amendment--Dean John C

  • 2:01:06 Separation of Powers 11-16-12

    Separation of Powers 11-16-12

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    The Federalist Society's 2012 National Lawyers Convention began the morning of its second day with a call to order by Mr. Dean A. Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups for the Federalist Society, followed by Showcase Panel II.The presen

  • 1:23:10 Constitutional Law by Michael C. Dorf and Trevor W. Morrison

    Constitutional Law by Michael C. Dorf and Trevor W. Morrison

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    A book celebration at Cornell Law School on October 25, 2010 honoring the publication of Michael C. Dorf and Trevor W. Morrison's "Constitutional Law."Introductions by Aziz Rana (Assistant Professor of Law at Cornell Law School)Commentators: James E. Flem

  • 56:36 The Path of Constitutional Law: Continuity Crossroads Crisis

    The Path of Constitutional Law: Continuity Crossroads Crisis

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    The path of constitutional law has indeed run through the Nation's most pivotal events and controversies—from the Civil War to the Cold War, from industrialization to the computer age, and from states' rights to civil rights. How well has the Consti

  • 03:51 Understanding the First Amendment of the US Constitution

    Understanding the First Amendment of the US Constitution

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    Attorney Kevin Hayslett explains in detail the first amendment of the US constitution. Mr. Hayslett provides easy to understand examples of how the first amendment impacts our lives as it relates to the freedom of speech, press, religion, and petition in

  • 1:35:28 Anonymity and The First Amendment 11-19-10

    Anonymity and The First Amendment 11-19-10

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    The Federalist Society's Free Speech & Election Law Practice Group hosted this panel discussion on "Anonymity and The First Amendment" at the 2010 National Lawyers Convention on Friday, November 19, 2010. Panelists included Prof. Lloyd Hitoshi Mayer o

  • 29:49 Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun Control - Part 2

    Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun Control - Part 2

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    September 16, 2013Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun ControlCase Western Reserve UniversityConstitution Day program Featured speakers: Professor Nelson Lund of the George Mason University School of Law and Professor

  • 28:06 Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun Control - Part 3

    Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun Control - Part 3

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    September 16, 2013Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun ControlCase Western Reserve UniversityConstitution Day program Featured speakers: Professor Nelson Lund of the George Mason University School of Law and Professor

  • 02:48 Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun Control - Part 4

    Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun Control - Part 4

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    September 16, 2013Triggering the 2nd Amendment: The Constitutionality of Gun Rights and Gun ControlCase Western Reserve UniversityConstitution Day program Featured speakers: Professor Nelson Lund of the George Mason University School of Law and Professor

  • 1:00:23 DJCLPP Spring Symposium: Keynote Address

    DJCLPP Spring Symposium: Keynote Address

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    Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy Annual Spring Symposium. Keynote Speaker: John Orth, UNC School of Law.

  • 1:10:49 DJCLPP Spring Symposium: Afternoon Session

    DJCLPP Spring Symposium: Afternoon Session

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    Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy Annual Spring Symposium. The Constitution and the Sovereign States Moderator: Steven Schwarcz, Duke Law ...

  • 2:01:15 DJCLPP Spring Symposium: Morning Session

    DJCLPP Spring Symposium: Morning Session

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    Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy Annual Spring Symposium. Introduction: Kara Duffle, Editor-in-Chief Opening Remarks: Jim Johnson, Sanfor...

  • 1:09:24 Roundtable on the Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment

    Roundtable on the Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment

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    On April 14th, 2012 the Stanford Constitutional Law Center presented presents a roundtable discussion on the original understanding of the Privileges or Immunities Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. Panelists included three preeminent constitutional scho

  • 1:25:58 The Constitution and the World | Is Sovereignty Outmoded?

    The Constitution and the World | Is Sovereignty Outmoded?

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    On October 27th-28th the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the conference, "The Constitution and the World" which included several panels on the reach of constitutional rights. One of those panels was "Is Sovereignty Outmoded?" The panel featured

  • 1:46:27 The Constitution and The World | Does the Constitution Apply Abroad?

    The Constitution and The World | Does the Constitution Apply Abroad?

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    On October 27th-28th the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the conference, "The Constitution and the World" which included several panels on the reach of constitutional rights. One of those panels was "Does the Constitution Apply Abroad?" The pane

  • 1:54:44 The Constitution and the World | Do International Bodies Threaten Sovereignty?

    The Constitution and the World | Do International Bodies Threaten Sovereignty?

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    On October 27th-28th the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the conference, "The Constitution and the World" which included several panels on the reach of constitutional rights. One of those panels was "Do International Bodies Threaten Sovereignty?

  • 1:46:15 The Constitution and the World | U.S. Legal Imperialism?: The Global Projection of U.S. Legal Norms

    The Constitution and the World | U.S. Legal Imperialism?: The Global Projection of U.S. Legal Norms

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    On October 27th-28th the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the conference, "The Constitution and the World" which included several panels on the reach of constitutional rights. One of those panels was "U.S. Legal Imperialism?: The Global Projectio

  • 1:43:52 The Constitution and the World | Do Treaties or International Law Trump the Constitution?

    The Constitution and the World | Do Treaties or International Law Trump the Constitution?

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    On October 27th-28th the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the conference, "The Constitution and the World" which included several panels on the reach of constitutional rights. One of those panels was "Do Treaties or International Law Trump the Co

  • 1:30:25 Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution

    Versions of Academic Freedom: From Professionalism to Revolution

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    On September 27th, 2012 the Stanford Constitutional Law Center at Stanford Law School welcomed legal scholar Stanley Fish to campus for a discussion on "Academic Freedom: From Profession to Revolution."

  • 1:21:01 SCLC | Comparing Religious Liberty: A Roundtable Discussion

    SCLC | Comparing Religious Liberty: A Roundtable Discussion

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    On April 3, 2013, Stanford's Constitutional Law Center hosted "Comparing Religious Liberty: A Roundtable Discussion." The discussion, which focused on religious liberty in France, Turkey and the U.S., was moderated by Jim Sonne, director of Stanford's Rel

  • 1:37:33 Roe at 40: What We Have Learned | Roe v. Wade in History

    Roe at 40: What We Have Learned | Roe v. Wade in History

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    On March 7, 2013, the Stanford Constitutional Law Center hosted the 2-day conference "Roe at 40: What We Have Learned." The academic conference reflected on Roe's legacy in jurisprudence and politics, the ethical and legal status of the unborn, and future

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