Lectures from 2017


No Execution if Four Justices Object, Eric M. Freedman


Thinking about Students' Learning: Metacognition Across the Disciplines, Saryn R. Goldberg, Jennifer Gundlach, Amy M. Masnick, Jennifer A. Rich, and Jessica R. Santangelo

Lectures from 2016

Hofstra’s Digital Research Center (DRC): Tools for Building Scholarship in the Humanities, John L. Bryant, Adam G. Sills, and Vern R. Walker

Lectures from 2015

Are Consent Searches Reasonable?, Alafair Burke

Lectures from 2014


Dilemmas of Shared Parenting in the the 21st Century: How Law and Culture Shape Child Custody, J. H. DiFonzo

Lectures from 2011


Sexual Reorientation, Elizabeth M. Glazer

Lectures from 2009

State Natalist Policies, Reproductive Rights, and the Reproduction of Gender, Barbara Stark

Lectures from 2007


In Praise of Unethical Conduct by Lawyers — Deceiving Other People, Lying to Judges, and Other Moral Behavior, Monroe Freedman

Lectures from 2006

The Ethical But Cognitively Biased Prosecutor: A New Explanation For Wrongful Criminal Convictions?, Alafair Burke

Lectures from 2005


The Surprising Unreliability of DNA Evidence : A Tale of Bad Labs and Good Statutes of Limitations, J. H. DiFonzo

Lectures from 2004

The Limits of Law: Sexual Harassment and Institutional Culture, Joanna Grossman

Lectures from 2002

Adam Smith's Cure for the Malady of Mediocre Teaching, Ronald H. Silverman

Lectures from 1993


The Law as King and the King as Law: Is a President Immune From Criminal Prosecution Before Impeachment?, Eric M. Freedman