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Date: Tuesday, October 4, 2022 | 12:00 pm - 01:00 pm EDT

Price: Free

Location:  Virtual via Zoom
2080 Duke University Rd
Durham, North Carolina  27708
United States


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What are fair and equitable ways for the nation to place limits on itself, its members, and outside actors? Managing immigration and our borders. Setting reasonable rules for firearms. Regulating technology in an even-handed way. Join us as we discuss the ways in which policymakers set boundaries to govern behavior and the potential outcomes of literal and figurative fences.

Moderator:

  • Abdullah Antepli, Associate Professor of the Practice, Divinity School

Speakers:

  • Kate Evans, Clinical Professor, Law School 
  • James Burnett ’98, Founding Editor/ Managing Director, The Trace
  • Darrell Miller, Melvin G. Shimm Professor, Law School
  • Kenneth Rogerson, Professor of the Practice, Sanford School of Public Policy
  • Lee Tiedrich B.S.E.’88, Visiting Professor of the Practice, Law School
  • TBD

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