October 6, 2009
Duke Law School
Duke Law professors Neil Siegel, Samuel Buell, James Coleman, and Ernest Young discuss some of the most important Supreme Court cases of the upcoming term.
Neil S. Siegel
Professor of Law and Political Science
Samuel W. Buell
Visiting Professor of Law
James E. Coleman Jr.
John S. Bradway Professor of Law
Ernest A. Young
Alston & Bird Professor of Law
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October 6, 2009
Helfer’s MOOC on International Human Rights a Duke Law first
Laurence Helfer, the Harry R. Chadwick, Sr. Professor of Law, taught a massive open-access online course — a “MOOC” — on international human rights law during the spring semester, bringing high-level legal instruction to a global audience. More than 18,500 students initially enrolled in the six-week course, which is comprised of video lectures, discussion forums in which students debate cutting-edge human rights issues, weekly quizzes, and a final exam.
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Voice of America
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- Presentation by Leslie Caldwell, Assistant AG, Criminal Division, US Dept of Justice
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- US Supreme Court Review