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John Jay: Family, Faith, & The Federalist Papers

Short video featuring Walter Stahr
Walter Stahr June 30, 2016

Historian and author Walter Stahr discusses the life and lasting influence of John Jay, the first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. He discusses John Jay’s co-authorship of several of the Federalist Papers and the pivotal role he played in the founding of our nation. For more information on John Jay, check out our Part I video or browse the related content.

Encryption & the Law

Short video featuring Paul Rosenzweig
Paul Rosenzweig June 27, 2016

Paul Rosenzweig, Professorial Lecturer in Law at the George Washington University, explains what encryption is and the legal issues that arise from its use.

The American IP System

Short video featuring Adam Mossoff
Adam Mossoff June 15, 2016

Adam Mossoff, Professor of Law at the Antonin Scalia Law School, George Mason University, gives a brief overview of the United States' intellectual property system. He discusses the United States' innovative manner of treating patents and trademarks as property rights. He also explains how the United States has influenced many modern countries' approaches.

Is having only 8 Supreme Court Justices a problem?

Short video featuring Steven Calabresi
Steven G. Calabresi June 10, 2016

Steven G. Calabresi, Professor of Law at Northwestern University, discusses the number of Justices who sit on the Supreme Court. He contrasts our current Court of nine Justices with earlier periods in US history, international Courts, and state Supreme Courts. He also explains what happens when a case gets a 4-4 vote.

iPhones & the "All Writs Act"

Short video featuring Paul Rosenzweig
Paul Rosenzweig June 03, 2016

Paul Rosenzweig, Professorial Lecturer in Law at the George Washington University, explains the core issues in Apple's recent legal battle with the FBI.