Carl Miller Constitutional Law Part 1

Carl Miller shows how to use your Constitution to defend yourself in court and get your rights protected.

Duration : 0:9:59

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University of Richmond School of Law – The Future of Equality in American Constitutional Law

Governor Tim Kaine speaks at University of Richmond School of Law during Law Alumni Weekend on the topic of “The Future of Equality in American Constitutional Law”

Duration : 1:12:56

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Carl Miller Part 2 Constitutional Law

Carl Miller shows how to use the Supreme Court decisions to effect your rights in court. He advises on right to travel, right to represent yourself and using common law and your constitution to protect your rights.

Duration : 0:9:50

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Equal Protection Lecture Excerpt 1.mov

An introtuction to Equal Protection under the United States Constitution. Equal Protection is a basic right under the American system of government. Lecture on Constitutional Law.

Duration : 0:9:17

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So You Think You Can Teach

Six University of Ottawa Common Law professors perform their best five-minute lecture at the law schools production of So You Think You Can Teach
http://www.commonlaw.uottawa.ca

Duration : 0:57:53

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Valparaiso University School of Law – Prof. Ivan Bodensteiner

Professor Ivan Bodensteiner of the Valparaiso University School of Law shares his thoughts on Constitutional Law, the Supreme Court and related issues.

Duration : 0:5:17

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Legal U.S. Online Gambling and Other Fish Tales: APCW Perspectives Weekly for April 30th, 2010

J Todd is back in the U.S. with a whale of a show, including rumors of legalized online gambling in America! Also, industry news from the Czech Republic and an internet gaming arrest in Las Vegas!

Duration : 0:8:26

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Paul Gewirtz Interviews Justice Breyer

During his recent visit to Yale University, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer sat down to speak with Paul Gewirtz, the Potter Stewart Professor of Constitutional Law at the Yale Law School & Director, The China Law Center.

Among the topics the two discussed are the history of the U.S. Supreme Court and the important role the court plays in our country’s governance.

Duration : 0:23:3

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