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    Prosecution of Wall Street Banks

    A panel of legal experts, including former New York governor Eliot Spitzer (D), talked about why there were not more big-ticket prosecutions of Wall Street institutions for mortgage fraud,…

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    Secretary Janet Napolitano on Terror Attacks

    Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano talked about national security following the recent killing of Osama bin Laden, and ten years after the September 11, 2001, attacks. She…

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    Prosecution and Regulation of Corruption

    Legal scholars discussed instances in which state and federal compete on who should prosecute and regulate public corruption cases. The program included audience member questions and…

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    Neil Barofsky Remarks

    Neil Barofsky gave the keynote address at a New York University School of Law forum on fighting corruption. He talked about ways that the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) assisted…

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    Symposium on Fighting Corruption

    Anne Milgram spoke about her career in the law and prosecuting public corruption cases. 

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    Defining Corruption

    Panelists talked about public corruption, ethics, and the law. Among the topics they addressed were criminal prosecution of corruption, punishment of violation of ethics rules, and…

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    Prosecution of Terrorist Suspects

    Joshua Dratel, Colonel Morris Davis and Anthony Romero spoke about trials for suspected terrorists involved in the September 11, 2001 attacks on the U.S. Among the topics they addressed…

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    European Issues

    Mr. Giscard d’Estang spoke to law students about the future of Europe, U.S.-Europe relations, and on a convention designed to discuss the future of Europe and set guidelines for…

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    Judicial Issues

    Justice Breyer talked about theories of democracy incorporated in the U.S. Constitution framework and the ways in which they impact the judicial decision making process. Following his…

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    Mechanisms of Constitutional Adjudication

    Justices of the European Constitutional Courts and the U.S. Supreme Court talked about decision-making mechanisms of constitutional adjudication. Among the topics they addressed were…

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    New York University Law School Groundbreaking

    Justice O’Connor spoke at the groundbreaking ceremony of the New York University Law School’s new building in Manhattan. She talked about viewing the ruins of the World…

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    Courts in the United States and Abroad

    Justice Breyer and Justice Grimm spoke to faculty and students about legal issues and court systems in various parts of the world. Among the topics they addressed were the role of the…

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    Florida Vote Recount Experiences

    Mr. Boies spoke about his experiences representing former Vice President Gore in the election challenge in Florida. Following his remarks he answered questions from the audience.

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    Human Rights Law and National Courts

    Attorneys and legal experts from the U.S. and Great Britain talked about integrating international law into national law and how the court systems might incorporate principals of…

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    International Law and National Courts

    Law professors talked about the relevance of international law in national and local courts. Among the topics addressed were efforts to bring former President Pinochet to justice,…

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    Internationalizing the Law

    Justice Breyer talked about the impact of globalization on the courts, the growth of transnational legal institutions, and reconciling different legal traditions while enforcing the rule of…

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    Progressive Governance

    Mr. Meny opened the session by speaking about the impact of globalization on democracy and about a multilateral world subject to international laws. President Clinton said that…

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    Progressive Governance

    President Clinton delivered the dinner address on the first night of the conference. The next morning world leaders talked about the changing role of government in the…

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    Supreme Court Term Review

    Panel members talked about the cases heard by the Supreme Court this term, the history of the court, and the effect recent decisions will have on the practice of law.

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    National Book Critics Circle

    Ms. Nasar read part of her book, A Beautiful Mind: A Biography of John Forbes Nash, Jr., published by Simon & Schuster. This book was chosen by the National Book Critics Circle as…

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