Chloe Brettmann



Experts Tackle Legal Barriers to Reducing Gun Violence at Law School Symposium

Participants on the panel, moderated by Dean of the Law School Thomas Miles, began by discussing the Second Amendment and a 2008 Supreme Court case which was the first to establish that individuals, specifically, have a right to bear arms.


March 25, 2020

At Sem Co-Op Talk, Law School Professors Revisit the Warren Court's Lasting Impact

Law School Professors Geoffrey Stone and David Strauss spoke about their new book, which considers the lasting impact that the Supreme Court under Chief Justice Earl Warren had on American politics.


March 5, 2020

Writers Discuss "Trump's Assault on Immigration" at IOP Book Talk

Reporters Julie Hirschfeld Davis and Michael D. Shear's new book analyzes the evolution of the Trump Administration’s immigration policies.


February 26, 2020

Visiting Professor Criticizes "Compulsory Monogamy" as a Creation of the "Settler-Colonial System" at Harper Lecture

Kim TallBear's lecture, “Settler Love Is Breaking My Heart,” argued that “more than monogamous” relationships are a tool for decolonization and restitution of indigenous ways of life.


February 12, 2020