Seminars from the 2011 calendar year, covering topics such as Wall Street reform, civil rights advocacy, and LGBT families.
A 3-Year Retrospective Since the Bear Stearns Collapse: What Have We Learned?
Seattle University School of Law's Lawyering in a Diverse World Series and the Task Force on Race and the Criminal Justice System present "Advocacy Strategies for Protecting Civil Rights".
An overview of the 2011-2012 US Supreme Court Sessions, along with highlights of a range of cases.
This presentation tackles a broad topic "The State of LGBT Family Law in America". The current state of this rapidly evolving area of the law is captured by succinctly by Julie Shapiro in this hour long webcast.
Affirmative action is no longer required, proponents assert, because society no longer judges people by their skin color. They argue that the need for affirmative action is a vestige of a bygone era, and such a policy only creates resentment and stigma. This presentation confronts the colorblind ideal myths of stigma and resentment, which appear at much greater rates in anti-affirmative action states.