The 2016 Green Lecture

The 2016 Green lecture, “Slavery and Executive Power: The Haitian Revolution and American Constitutionalism” presented by Robert J. Reinstein.

The 2016 Ross Lecture

Marina Kats, founder of Kats, Jamison & Associates, presents the 2016 Ross Lecture.

The 2016 Fogel Lecture

Harry L. Gutman, a former Chief of Staff for the Joint Committee on Taxation, presents the 2016 Fogel Lecture.

Tom Duffy, founding partner of Duffy + Partners, delivers the 2016 Herbert F. Kolsby distinguished lecture in trial advocacy.

The 2015 Ross Lecture

Joe H. Tucker, Jr., Shareholder and Managing Partner at Tucker Law Group, presents the 2015 Edward J. Ross Lecture in Litigation, Advocacy Is… Understanding that… Read more »

Professor Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Co-Director of the Institute for International Law and Public Policy and Professor of Law, presents the 2015 Friel-Scanlan Lecture, Revealing Disparities: Empirical… Read more »

The 2015 Fogel Lecture

Kathryn Keneally, former Assistant Attorney General for the Justice Department’s Tax Division, talks about the importance of making inclusion a core value of professional practice… Read more »

The 2015 Adams Lecture

Legendary First Amendment lawyer Floyd Abrams makes the case for higher education as the next battleground over free speech in the 2015 Arlin and Neysa… Read more »

The 2014 Kolsby Lecture

Chilton Davis Varner delivers the 2014 Kolsby Lecture in Trial Advocacy titled Reflections on Atticus Finch and Scout: Lessons Learned in the Law.