Legal System on Trial
Participants examined how the U.S. adversarial sytem of justice administers justice in both civil and criminal cases. They debated whether the current system makes obtaining justice easier or more chaotic.
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
People in this video
- John Goldring Solicitor United Kingdom
- Anthony M. Kennedy Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
- Gladys Kessler Judge U.S. District Court->District of Columbia
- Neil Lewis Correspondent New York Times
- Charles J. Ogletree Jr. Professor Harvard University->Law School
- Michael Tigar Professor University of Texas->School of Law
- Keith Walters Attorney
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