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    Data Collection, Security and Protection

    Panelists talked about privacy and security concerns resulting from data collection by the government and private sector as more devices collect and transmit user data. They also…

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    Mental Illness and Gun Violence

    Leading experts talked about gun violence and mental illness in America. Among the topics they discussed were appropriate medical, legal and social responses, plus gun laws around the…

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    Book Discussion on The Terror Courts

    Jess Bravin talked about his book, The Terror Cours: Rough Justice at Guantanamo Bay, in which he discusses the challenges facing military prosecutors as they work to prosecute suspected…

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    Technology Regulation

    Panelists talked about issues related to regulating technology and innovation. Topics included two congressional bills intended to stop Internet piracy, the Food and Drug…

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    Constitutionality of the 2010 Health Care Law

    Panelists discussed the constitutionality of the individual insurance mandate in the 2010 health care law. They also talked about several cases scheduled to be heard by the Supreme…

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    Redistricting Commissions

    Angelo Ancheta made the keynote speech at a conference on redistricting. He focused on the 2008 California law that created citizens redistricting commission, the establishment and…

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    Redistricting and Changing Demographics

    Political scientists, authors, and professors talked about demographics and voting rights. Topics included pending state voter identification laws and 2012 ballot measures. They…

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    Redistricting and Election Laws

    Law professors Pamela Karlan and Nathaniel Persily talked about redistricting issues in the next decade. Topics included past, current, and potential court cases around the…

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    Redistricting and Voting Rights

    A bipartisan panel of legal experts talked about redistricting efforts and clashes in Texas, Georgia, California, and elsewhere. In addition, they debated the constitutionality of…

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    Federal Intervention In Auto Industry Bailout

    A panel of bankruptcy law experts talked about the use of bankruptcy courts by large businesses and legal questions over the government’s auto industry bailout. They also…

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    Executive Power During a Financial Crisis

    Legal experts talked about the legality of the Bush and Obama administrations' efforts to curb the recent financial crisis, focusing on the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) and the auto…

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    Blacks and Conservatism

    Panelists discussed the history of conservative voices in the black community. Topics included whether conservatives have a voice in the black community, and whether there is a rise in…

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    Balancing Security and Freedom

    Director Mueller spoke to students and faculty about the threats of global terrorism, the FBI response to September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, and the right balance between law enforcement…

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    Lizzie Borden Moot Court

    This moot court concerned the case of Lizzie Borden, who in 1892 was accused of murdering her father and stepmother in Fall River, MA. She was later acquitted of the murders. This…

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    Nuclear Weapons Trafficking

    Mr. Holloway spoke about whether the current form of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty can really prevent the spread of nuclear weapons. He examined the disintegration of the…

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