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Criminal Justice Reform and the (Almost) Absolute Power of the American Prosecutor

The 2016 Bernstein Lecture with Emily Bazelon, Senior Research Scholar in Law, Truman Capote Fellow for Creative Writing and Law, and Lecturer in Law at Yale Law School.

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The Future of Public Employee Labor Unions: The case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association

The ability of unions to protect public employees faces a serious challenge. Despite the decline of the labor movement, public employee unions over the last few decades, public-employee unions in…

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Now That We Know: Law, Technology, Journalism, and Policy After Snowden -- Protecting Privacy and Security (Panel 2 of 3)

Now That We Know: Law, Technology, Journalism, and Policy After Snowden -- Protecting Privacy and Security Panel 2 of 3 Princeton University May 2nd, 2015

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Now That We Know: Law, Technology, Journalism, and Policy After Snowden -- Reporting National Security Secrets (Panel 3 of 3)

Now That We Know: Law, Technology, Journalism, and Policy After Snowden -- Reporting National Security Secrets Panel 3 of 3 Princeton University May 2, 2015

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Now That We Know: Law, Technology, Journalism, and Policy After Snowden -- Determining the Role of Technology (Panel 1 of 3)

Now That We Know: Law, Technology, Journalism, and Policy After Snowden -- Determining the Role of Technology Panel 1 of 3 May 2nd, 2015 Princeton University

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Edward Snowden Event (Part I)

Edward Snowden Event (Part I) May 2, 2015 Princeton University

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The Case of the 22 Lewd Chinese Women

Part of the Critical Encounters Lecture Series, this amazingly rich, dramatic, and charismatic trial reenactment marks the first time Chinese litigants ever appeared before the US Supreme Court. It…

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The Lighter Side of Life at the U.S. Supreme Court: Customs and Habits that Promote Collegiality Among the Justices

"The Lighter Side of Life at the U.S. Supreme Court: Customs and Habits that Promote Collegiality Among the Justices" - Followed by a Discussion with Princeton University Provost…

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The Financial Crisis and the Path of Reform

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Making a Killing: The Economics of Life and Death

3/4/2013 Michael J. Sandel, Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Government, Harvard UniversityAuthor of What Money Can't Buy: The Moral Limits of Markets (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2012)…

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20090307_panel4_money.mp4

PANEL IV MONEYRachel Godsil (Eleanor Bontecou Professor of Law, Seton Hall University School of Law)Douglas S. Massey (Henry G. Bryant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs, Princeton…

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