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Reflections on the O'Connor Court / The Legacy of Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist

Content Partner:  Duke University School of Law
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Description: Two panels of law professors discuss the jurisprudence of Justice O’Connor and Chief Justice Rehnquist.  The first panel discusses Justice O’Connor’s views on abortion, affirmative action, federalism, sex discrimination, religion, and the role of international materials in U.S. courts. The second panel discusses Chief Justice Rehnquist’s role in Court administration, as well as his views on state sovereign immunity, religion, and environmental issues. The main learning objective of both panels is that participants gain a deeper and broader understanding of how the two Justices shaped the Court’s jurisprudence over the last three decades.

Practice Areas: Constitutional Law, Litigation & Appeals
Online Media Type: Video, Audio
Production Date: 09/08/2005
Level: Basic
Category: Standard
Duration: 2 Hours, 13 Minutes
Online Format: On Demand

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Training Type: Online

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Neil Siegel - Professor, Duke University School of Law
Michael Gerhardt - Professor, University of North Carolina School of Law
Prof. Erwin Chemerinsky - Professor, Duke University School of Law
Sam Sankar - Wilmer Cutler Hale & Dorr
Katharine Bartlett - Dean, Duke University School of Law
Prof. Curtis Bradley - Professor, Duke University School of Law
Professor Christopher H. Schroeder - Professor, Duke University School of Law
Laura Underkuffler - Professor, Duke University School of Law
Walter Dellinger - Professor, Duke University School of Law
Professor H. Jefferson Powell - Professor, Duke University School of Law
Thomas D. Rowe, Jr. - Professor, Duke University School of Law
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