This short webinar will feature renowned trial lawyer James Brosnahan discussing his new book “Justice at Trial.”
What is the Supreme Court’s power of judicial review? How and why is that power currently being challenged?
Join Jonathan Lowy and Professor Heidi Li Feldman for a discussion about the latest developments in gun liability litigation.
Join Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-Rhode Island) and Professor Amanda Tyler as they explore questions related to ethics, transparency, and accountability of US Supreme Court Justices.
This half hour webinar focused on the role of civil litigation in the movement to address climate change.
This two-hour webinar explored the ethical issues raised by increased attacks on the independence and legitimacy of the courts. Recently, these attacks have come most noticeably from the political branches, but are also increasingly seen from practitioners and at times from the judges themselves.
This webinar explored the dramatic growth in the use of mandatory, binding arbitration in the United States.
This edition of “Conversations on Civil Justice” featured a conversation with John C. Manly, the nation’s preeminent attorney representing victims of sexual abuse and assault and lead counsel for the Olympic gymnasts and the students in the USC, UCLA, and Michigan cases. Mr. Manly was joined by CJRI’s Richard Jolly and Berkeley Law J.D. Candidate Jenna Forster.