International tribunals frequently adjudicate disputes between nation-states, but enforcement can be limited or in some cases nonexistent — especially in the face of a rogue authoritarian aggressor. […]
While Ukraine’s highest court has existed for more than a century, its current structure was constitutionally and legally established less than a decade ago. […]
David F. Levi interviews Dallin H. Oaks, a leader of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and former justice of the Utah Supreme Court, on faith, democracy, and how believers and nonbelievers can work together toward a more free and fair society for all. […]
Artificial intelligence is here, and it’s everywhere. The technology is so pervasive, in fact, that it now hides in plain sight — in our cars and on our coffee tables. […]
What can judges do about America’s declining trust in public institutions?
Donald L. Horowitz, a leading expert in constitutional law, talks with Elisabeth Perham about what it takes to craft a successful modern-day constitution.
In their article, Human Rights in Europe? (European Journal of international law, Vol. 31 No. 3 (2020)), LAURENCE R. HELFER, the Harry R. Chadwick, Sr. Professor of Law at Duke University, and ERIK VOETEN, the […]
The pandemic has upended things big and small, from our daily routines to the very institutions we hold dear. Perhaps nowhere else in government have these changes been so peculiar […]
During a lunch-hour event with students at Duke Law School in February, David F. Levi, director of the Bolch Judicial Institute, interviewed former Deputy Chief Justice Dikgang Moseneke of the […]
In July, the “Coping with Covid” series shifted attention from one pandemic to another: the plague of excessive force by police oﬃcers. It is an old and long-standing problem receiving […]