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    Access to the Courts

    Federal appellate attorneys were among the panelists at a discussion on whether federal courts would reverse recent rulings that have made suing in court more difficult for individuals. The…

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    Impact of Brexit on Europe

    The French, Slovak, and German ambassadors to the U.S. were joined by the European Union’s ambassador to the U.S. for a discussion on the impact of the U.K.'s vote in favor of leaving the…

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    2016 Presidential Election

    Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne, pollster Peter Hart, an adviser in Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, and others talked about the 2016 presidential campaign. CNN’s Sam Feist…

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    Sexual Assault on College Campuses, Part 1

    Sexual assault response researchers, legal experts, and college administrators spoke about various college and university policies for dealing with sexual harassment and assault on campus. Two researchers…

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    Sexual Assault on College Campuses, Part 2

    The Georgetown University Law Center hosted a day-long conference on sexual assaults on college campuses. This portion included a panel discussion with sexual assault prevention experts from the University of Michigan and…

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    Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Remarks at Georgetown Law

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke about her relationship with her former colleague, the late Justice Antonin Scalia. Then she was interviewed by Georgetown University Law…

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    Food and Public Health, Panel 4

    Former heads of the Food and Drug Administration, and the Departments of Health and Humans Services as well as Agriculture talked about food production and safety in the U.S. “Produce: Considering…

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    Food and Public Health, Panel 3

    Panelists talked about obesity and sugar consumption. They outlined policies and initiatives to help reduce sugar consumption in diets. “Congress, Sugar and Obesity: Where to Begin” was the third panel…

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    Food and Public Health, Panel 2

    Panelists talked about the use of antibiotics on livestock. In 2013, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) passed guidelines on limiting the use of antibiotics for growth purposes. It’s widely believed that…

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    Food and Public Health, Keynote Speaker 2

    White House Domestic Policy Council Senior Policy Adviser for Rural Affairs Doug O’Brien outlined Obama administration initiatives. This was a keynote address of “Vote Food 2016: Better Food,…

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    Food and Public Health, Keynote Speaker 1

    Dr. Sonia Angell delivered a keynote address at a forum on food and public health. She talked about how state and local governments could play a role in managing health problems like diabetes. Dr.…

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    Food and Public Health, Panel 1

    The former heads of the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), the Department of Health and Human Services, and Department of Agriculture spoke about the future of food production and safety in the U.S. Former FDA…

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    Supreme Court Books

    Authors talked about their books on the Supreme Court. Speakers included Anthony Franze, author of The Advocate’s Daughter: A Thriller; Irin Carmon, co-author of Notorious RBG: The Life and…

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    Government Surveillance and Race, Part 3

    A day-long conference was held examining historical and current perspectives of surveillance of the black community.  Presentations and panel discussions were held: “Predictive Policing - and Sentencing,” with Andrew Ferguson, Kristi Lane Scott,…

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    Government Surveillance and Race, Part 4

    A day-long conference was held examining historical and current perspectives of surveillance of the black community.  Presentations were held: “Stop and Frisk: Surveillance on the Street” by Kristin Henning; “The Promise and…

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    Government Surveillance and Race, Part 1

    A day-long conference was held examining historical and current perspectives of surveillance of black communities. Speakers included Pulitzer Prize-winner David Levering-Lewis talking about the history of surveillance of African Americans for signs of subversion from slavery to…

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    Interpreting the U.S. Constitution

    Jack Rakove talked about different approaches to interpreting the U.S. Constitution. He is the author of several books, including Original Meanings: Politics and Ideas in the Making of the…

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    Government Surveillance and Race, Part 2

    A day-long conference was held on government surveillance of black communities and its effects on black Americans. Freddy Martinez presented “Stingrays: A Primer” about wiretapping technology. In “Martin…

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    Supreme Court 2015 Term Preview

    Legal experts previewed some of the major cases expected to come before the U.S. Supreme Court during the term starting October 5, 2015. The cases discussed included: redistricting, abortion across states,…

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    Cybersecurity

    Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell spoke about Justice Department efforts to address cybersecurity challenges. She said that reacting to cyber attacks was good but the focus needed to be…

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