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University of Virginia School of Law

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To request an audio transcript that is not at law.virginia.edu/news/videos-podcasts, please contact comm@law.virginia.edu. Founded in 1819, the University of Virginia School of Law is the second-oldest continuously operating law school in the nation. Consistently ranked among the top law schools, Virginia is a world-renowned training ground for distinguished lawyers and public servants, instilling in them a commitment to leadership, integrity and community service.

Latest Episodes

A Conversation With Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 on Race, Equity and Policymaking

Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 discusses the challenges of making policies to address racial inequities. (University of Virginia School of Law, Oct. 14, 2020)

61 min2 h ago
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A Conversation With Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 on Race, Equity and Policymaking

The Steps To Becoming a Law Professor

UVA Law professors Cathy Hwang and Rich Schragger discuss the academic career path and how to become a law professor. (University of Virginia School of Law, Oct. 13, 2020)

66 min3 h ago
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The Steps To Becoming a Law Professor

Exploring the National Security Threats of TikTok

UVA Law professor Ashley Deeks; Charles Flint, chief of staff to U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn; and Sarah M. Harris of the law firm Williams & Connolly discuss whether Chinese-owned tech companies like TikTok pose a threat to national security and how the government should respond. The event was sponsored by the Federalist Society chapter at UVA Law. (University of Virginia School of Law, Sept. 29, 2020)

72 min2 w ago
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Exploring the National Security Threats of TikTok

Mandatory Vaccinations: Law, Ethics and Religious Liberties

UVA Law professors Margaret Foster Riley, Lois Shepherd and Micah Schwartzman ’05 discuss mandatory vaccination policies at a Health Law Association event. (University of Virginia School of Law, Sept. 23, 2020)

56 min2 w ago
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Mandatory Vaccinations: Law, Ethics and Religious Liberties

A Campaign Finance Reformer Talks LGBTQ+ Leadership in Politics

Campaign Legal Center founder and President Trevor Potter ’82 delivered the keynote address at the 2020 Ele(Q)t Project for LGBTQ+ Leadership symposium. He reflected on his experiences as a gay man in the Republican Party, as chairman of the Federal Election Commission and as general counsel to John McCain’s 2000 and 2008 presidential campaigns. He also spoke about rising inequality in campaign finance. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 5, 2020)

67 minMAR 17
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A Campaign Finance Reformer Talks LGBTQ+ Leadership in Politics

Why Antitrust Agencies Are Under Stress in the Digital Age

Donald Baker, co-founder of the law firm Baker & Miller and former head of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division, delivered the keynote address for the 2020 Virginia Journal of International Law symposium, “Antitrust in the Global Economy.” Baker discussed how various countries’ antitrust agencies have responded to the increased stresses of the digital age. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 4, 2020)

64 minMAR 11
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Why Antitrust Agencies Are Under Stress in the Digital Age

Is Half of Oklahoma About To Go Back to Native American Tribes?

The U.S. Supreme Court case McGirt v. Oklahoma could decide whether 3 million acres in eastern Oklahoma still comprise the Creek Nation’s reservation. Professor Lindsay Robertson ’86 of the University of Oklahoma discusses the case and its broader implications for Native American land rights. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 3, 2020)

49 minMAR 4
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Is Half of Oklahoma About To Go Back to Native American Tribes?

Inside the Classroom: Contracts With Professor George Geis

UVA Law professor George Geis discusses issues surrounding offers and acceptance in contract law with his 1L Contracts class. Taking place early in students’ first semester at law school, this session examined questions surrounding what exactly constitutes an offer of a contract, and what constitutes an acceptance of that offer. Geis illustrated these concepts using historical examples of advertising offers. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 2, 2020)

75 minMAR 3
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Inside the Classroom: Contracts With Professor George Geis

Human Rights and Tibet: Leading a Government-in-Exile

Lobsang Sangay, regent of the Central Tibetan Administration, delivers the Human Rights Program spring lecture. Sangay discusses his experiences leading a government in exile, representing the Tibetan diaspora, and advocating for political autonomy and power for greater Tibet. (University of Virginia School of Law, Feb. 21, 2020)

40 minFEB 27
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Human Rights and Tibet: Leading a Government-in-Exile

Originalist Perspectives on Stare Decisis

A panel of legal scholars discussed the relationship between originalist legal philosophy and stare decisis, the legal principle of using precedent to determine outcomes in litigation. The panel consisted of Professors John Harrison and Deborah Hellman; Kurt Lash, University of Richmond School of Law professor; and UVA Law student Henry Dickman ’20. Professor Emeritus Lillian R. BeVier served as moderator. This panel was featured during UVA Law Federalist Society’s symposium “Originalism and Precedent: Exploring Paths to Reform.” (University of Virginia School of Law, Feb. 13, 2020

57 minFEB 18
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Originalist Perspectives on Stare Decisis

Latest Episodes

A Conversation With Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 on Race, Equity and Policymaking

Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 discusses the challenges of making policies to address racial inequities. (University of Virginia School of Law, Oct. 14, 2020)

61 min2 h ago
Comments
A Conversation With Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan ’97 on Race, Equity and Policymaking

The Steps To Becoming a Law Professor

UVA Law professors Cathy Hwang and Rich Schragger discuss the academic career path and how to become a law professor. (University of Virginia School of Law, Oct. 13, 2020)

66 min3 h ago
Comments
The Steps To Becoming a Law Professor

Exploring the National Security Threats of TikTok

UVA Law professor Ashley Deeks; Charles Flint, chief of staff to U.S. Sen. Marsha Blackburn; and Sarah M. Harris of the law firm Williams & Connolly discuss whether Chinese-owned tech companies like TikTok pose a threat to national security and how the government should respond. The event was sponsored by the Federalist Society chapter at UVA Law. (University of Virginia School of Law, Sept. 29, 2020)

72 min2 w ago
Comments
Exploring the National Security Threats of TikTok

Mandatory Vaccinations: Law, Ethics and Religious Liberties

UVA Law professors Margaret Foster Riley, Lois Shepherd and Micah Schwartzman ’05 discuss mandatory vaccination policies at a Health Law Association event. (University of Virginia School of Law, Sept. 23, 2020)

56 min2 w ago
Comments
Mandatory Vaccinations: Law, Ethics and Religious Liberties

A Campaign Finance Reformer Talks LGBTQ+ Leadership in Politics

Campaign Legal Center founder and President Trevor Potter ’82 delivered the keynote address at the 2020 Ele(Q)t Project for LGBTQ+ Leadership symposium. He reflected on his experiences as a gay man in the Republican Party, as chairman of the Federal Election Commission and as general counsel to John McCain’s 2000 and 2008 presidential campaigns. He also spoke about rising inequality in campaign finance. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 5, 2020)

67 minMAR 17
Comments
A Campaign Finance Reformer Talks LGBTQ+ Leadership in Politics

Why Antitrust Agencies Are Under Stress in the Digital Age

Donald Baker, co-founder of the law firm Baker & Miller and former head of the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division, delivered the keynote address for the 2020 Virginia Journal of International Law symposium, “Antitrust in the Global Economy.” Baker discussed how various countries’ antitrust agencies have responded to the increased stresses of the digital age. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 4, 2020)

64 minMAR 11
Comments
Why Antitrust Agencies Are Under Stress in the Digital Age

Is Half of Oklahoma About To Go Back to Native American Tribes?

The U.S. Supreme Court case McGirt v. Oklahoma could decide whether 3 million acres in eastern Oklahoma still comprise the Creek Nation’s reservation. Professor Lindsay Robertson ’86 of the University of Oklahoma discusses the case and its broader implications for Native American land rights. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 3, 2020)

49 minMAR 4
Comments
Is Half of Oklahoma About To Go Back to Native American Tribes?

Inside the Classroom: Contracts With Professor George Geis

UVA Law professor George Geis discusses issues surrounding offers and acceptance in contract law with his 1L Contracts class. Taking place early in students’ first semester at law school, this session examined questions surrounding what exactly constitutes an offer of a contract, and what constitutes an acceptance of that offer. Geis illustrated these concepts using historical examples of advertising offers. (University of Virginia School of Law, March 2, 2020)

75 minMAR 3
Comments
Inside the Classroom: Contracts With Professor George Geis

Human Rights and Tibet: Leading a Government-in-Exile

Lobsang Sangay, regent of the Central Tibetan Administration, delivers the Human Rights Program spring lecture. Sangay discusses his experiences leading a government in exile, representing the Tibetan diaspora, and advocating for political autonomy and power for greater Tibet. (University of Virginia School of Law, Feb. 21, 2020)

40 minFEB 27
Comments
Human Rights and Tibet: Leading a Government-in-Exile

Originalist Perspectives on Stare Decisis

A panel of legal scholars discussed the relationship between originalist legal philosophy and stare decisis, the legal principle of using precedent to determine outcomes in litigation. The panel consisted of Professors John Harrison and Deborah Hellman; Kurt Lash, University of Richmond School of Law professor; and UVA Law student Henry Dickman ’20. Professor Emeritus Lillian R. BeVier served as moderator. This panel was featured during UVA Law Federalist Society’s symposium “Originalism and Precedent: Exploring Paths to Reform.” (University of Virginia School of Law, Feb. 13, 2020

57 minFEB 18
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Originalist Perspectives on Stare Decisis

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