Professor Frederick Schauer teaches constitutional law and jurisprudence at the University of Virginia School of Law. In this lecture from his course, Constitutional Law II: Freedom of Speech and Press, he lectures on free speech and the burning of the American flag.
George Yin, a University of Virginia School of Law professor and former chief of staff of the U.S. Congress' Joint Committee on Taxation, discussed his reactions to President Obama's tax reform proposals outlined in the State of the Union address.
Known for being an advocate of civil disobedience, Martin Luther King Jr.
State courts and legislatures have been slow to acknowledge a growing body of research suggesting that the sexual orientation of parents does not affect the overall quality of parenting or a child's development, two University of Virginia professors said during a talk Thursday at the Law School, but there are some signs that could be changing.
University of Virginia law professor Molly Bishop Shadel discusses how female lawyers can strengthen their speaking and presentation skills.
Professors Tomiko Brown-Nagin (Virginia Law), Alfred S. Konefsky (State University of New York at Buffalo Law School), John Fabian Witt (Yale Law School) and G. Edward White (Virginia Law) discussed White's "Law in American History: Volume One, From the Colonial Years Through the Civil War," in a panel discussion moderated by UVA Law Vice Dean Elizabeth Magill on Feb.
University of Virginia School of Law professor Alex Johnson lectures on the law of property, telling the story of Armory v Delamirie, a famous case from 1722 that involved a chimney sweep, a valuable ring and fundamental tenets of property law.
Daniel Broby, a leading City fund manager and Deputy Chief Executive at Silk Invest, has been appointed as a Visiting Professor within Strathclyde Business School’s Department of Accounting and Finance.
One of the UK’s leading authorities on the future of renewables and wind energy will visit Strathclyde this week to deliver the inaugural lecture celebrating the achievements of Professor James Blyth.
The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) has announced that Professor Mark Llewellyn, holder of the John Anderson Research Leadership Chair in English Studies at the University of Strathclyde, will be the AHRC’s new Director of Research.