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This collection features Yale Law School professors and distinguished guests speaking on the topic of the Court system and justice.

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This collection features Yale Law School professors and distinguished guests speaking on the topic of the Court system and justice.

    Jury Trials in Complex Intellectual Property Cases: Do They Work?

    Jury Trials in Complex Intellectual Property Cases: Do They Work?

    Attorney William F. Lee discusses issues surrounding the effectiveness of jury trials in complex intellectual property cases. Lee's extensive trial lawyer experience includes lead trial counsel roles in patent litigation surrounding a genetically engineered tomato product, and federal court cases involving laser optics, video conferencing, remote data storage, high-speed chromatography, and medical devices.

    • 52 min
    Connecticut Supreme Court at Yale Law School: Opening remarks by Hon Ellen Ash Peters

    Connecticut Supreme Court at Yale Law School: Opening remarks by Hon Ellen Ash Peters

    Hon. Ellen Ash Peters gives a welcome speech before the day's sessions by the Ct. State Supreme Court's "On Circuit" visit to Yale Law School.

    • 17 min
    Future: Will the People Follow the Court?

    Future: Will the People Follow the Court?

    The Honorable Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, delivered the following lecture, entitled “Future: Will the People Follow the Court?” at Yale Law School on February 16, 2010. This lecture was the second in a two-part series titled “Making the Constitution Work: A Supreme Court Justice’s View.”

    • 1 hr 32 min
    History: Challenges the Court Has Faced

    History: Challenges the Court Has Faced

    The Honorable Stephen G. Breyer, Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court, delivered the following lecture, entitled “History: Challenges the Court Has Faced” at Yale Law School on February 15, 2010. This lecture was the first in a two-part series titled “Making the Constitution Work: A Supreme Court Justice’s View.”

    • 1 hr 2 min
    An Interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

    An Interview with U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer

    On Feb 16 2010, the Hon Stephen G. Breyer, Assoc Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court sat down for a question and answer interview with Yale Law Professor Paul Gerwirtz. Justice Breyer was visiting Yale Law School to deliver a two-part lecture series titled " Making the Constitution Work: A Supreme Court Justice's View."

    • 25 min
    An Improbabale Career: Doing What You Think is Right

    An Improbabale Career: Doing What You Think is Right

    Judge Nancy Gertner, U.S. District Court, Massachusetts, a 1971 graduate and visiting lecturer at Yale Law School discusses career choices she made on the path to becoming a federal judge.

    • 41 min

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