Attorney Adam Melita discusses the concept of compelled government speech and how the courts deal with the issue.
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Attorney Toby Heytens discusses the issues surrounding the removal of statues and the effect of the covenants from the 1890s have on today’s efforts.
Does the legal analysis related to removing statues also apply to portraits in Courthouses and other public buildings? Professor Henry Chambers answers.
Professor Henry Chambers provides an insightful history of how the statues of Monument Avenue came to existence.
Attorney Victor Glasberg discusses the history of qualified immunity, the social construct it created, and precedent set in the courts.
Attorney Victor Glasberg discusses the function of qualified immunity and the practical consequences of strong qualified immunity laws.
Attorney Cynthia Hudson provides insight from a former city attorney’s point of view.
Attorney Cynthia Hudson discusses the work of Governor Northam’s Commission to repeal racist laws and regulations.
Attorney Christopher Brown details the issues plaintiffs face when dealing with the courts in lawsuits against the police.
Former Diversity Conference Chair Chidi James, Esq., introduces the Time to Talk Town Hall Series. View more of these videos on the Diversity Conference website.