Conferences, Speeches, and Video Archives
The multimedia section of this site is an audio and video archive of many of the conferences and speeches that have taken place at the law school in recent years. We recommend a visit to its Table of Contents page. One set of video archives provides to viewers the Supreme Court Review Conference, 2007-2008 Term. At this event on November 1, 2008, members of the law school faculty discussed important decisions from the term of the United States Supreme Court which took place from October 2007 to June 2008. The video archives of this event are available in both QuickTime and Flash Player format. The Table of Contents page also provides links to the Clason lectures delivered during the 2008-2009 academic year. Video archives of these six lectures, delivered by distinguished academics and practitioners, are provided in Flash Player format.
The first Clason Lecture of the 2010-2011 academic year was delivered by Professor Jack Chin. His talk was entitled Quasi-Crime and Quasi-Punishment: Criminal Process Effects of Immigration Status. The video recording of that talk (in Flash format), is listed on the Table of Contents page and can be found on this link. The annual faculty presentation of the Supreme Court of the United States Review of principal cases of the 2009-2010 Term will take place on October 16, 2010, and a video archive of that presentation will be available by the end of October.