Category Archives: Invictus Video
Time to Talk Town Hall: Are We Programmed to Implicit Bias and How It Affects Others
Time to Talk Town Hall: Implicit Bias and HR Effects
Time to Talk Town Hall: Does Limiting Diversity Limit Good Solutions
Time to Talk Town Hall: Compelled Government Speech
Attorney Adam Melita discusses the concept of compelled government speech and how the courts deal with the issue.
Time to Talk Town Hall: Covenants with Deed and Land Ownership
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.
Time to Talk Town Hall: Statues, Portraits, and the Sixth Amendment
Does the legal analysis related to removing statues also apply to portraits in Courthouses and other public buildings? Professor Henry Chambers answers.
Time to Talk Town Hall: History of Statues
Professor Henry Chambers provides an insightful history of how the statues of Monument Avenue came to existence.
Time to Talk Town Hall: Qualified Immunity and Its History
Attorney Victor Glasberg discusses the history of qualified immunity, the social construct it created, and precedent set in the courts.
Time to Talk Town Hall: Qualified Immunity: Function and Consequences
Attorney Victor Glasberg discusses the function of qualified immunity and the practical consequences of strong qualified immunity laws.