News & Events for Alumni
Wednesday, April 1, 2015, 7:00 PM
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Friday, April 17, 2015, 6:00 PM
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Duke Law News
- Duke Law students answer Legal Aid inquiries as "lawyers on the line"
- A community dialogue on policing, civil rights, and race
- Law faculty maintain D.C.presence with Duke in Washington Duke Today
- Video: Sen. Lindsey Graham addresses LENS conference on "Law in the Age of Forever War" Duke Law
- John Hope Franklin Centenary Lecture with Profs. Dellinger and Leuchtenburg, March 4
- In TedX talk, Newman ’88 discusses the need to remove innocence cases from the adversarial process
- Teachout ’99 discusses “Corruption in America” in advance of her March 24 visit to Duke Law
- Monast authors policy brief suggesting less formal multi-state carbon-trading to meet EPA goals ClimateWire (password required)
- Arata '13 examines "Ag Gag in NC" North Carolina Bar Association (password required)
- Siegel and Griffin author chapters in new book on "The Legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg" by Dodson '00 Cambridge University Press
From the Campus: Alumni News
Through a new partnership between Duke’s Office of Pro Bono and Public Interest and Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC), Duke Law students interview callers and research their problems, then offer concise answers to the legal questions raised.
- RT @aeonmag: Should we be suspicious of the Anthropocene? Jedediah Purdy on nature, humans & geologic time: http://t.co/6wmDVXSpJo http://t… - March 31, 2015
- Today at #DukeLaw: join the Human Rights Law Society for a discussion on end of life autonomy http://t.co/MV0aOkzJee - March 31, 2015
- RT @DukeFuqua: With help from @DukeLaw & @DukeKunshan we present the Duke International Finance Forum in China April 25 & 26 http://t.co/64… - March 30, 2015
- Watch live at 12:30 | A Tale of Two Detainees: Defending the Accused & the U.S. Constitution in Guantanamo http://t.co/RjCUJysbC5 - March 30, 2015
- Profs. Blocher and Gulati analyze impact of Crimean annexation on Ukraine's debt to Russia http://t.co/B1wlZfqnjY - March 27, 2015
- Alyssa Rower JD'04 and her husband, Dan Fay, welcomed a daughter, Emily Rose Fay, on March 22, 2015. She joins big brother, Oliver. Alyssa practices matrimonial law at the New York firm of Aronson Mayefsky & Sloan.
- Ash Pipkin JD'75 received the 2015 Hunt-Morgridge Award from the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina, a Feeding America affiliate based in Raleigh serving 34 North Carolina Counties. The award, given annually, “recognizes extraordinary leadership and dedication to hunger relief efforts.” Ash served as board chair of the Food Bank in 1997-98, and as a member of the board from 1994 to 2010.
- Kevin Lally JD'94 has been selected as the chief of the Organized Crime and Drug Enforcement Section of the Criminal Division of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Central District of California, which targets international narcotics cartels. In this role, he recently oversaw the largest single-day cash seizure in U.S. history. Previously a deputy chief in the Violent and Organized Crime Section, Kevin has served as the Central District’s Organized Crime and International Organized Crime coordinator, and regularly teaches RICO-based classes at the National Advocacy Center.
- Jean Billyou JD'95 has been promoted to vice president and counsel, Corporate Division, at Pacific Life Insurance Company, located in Newport Beach, Calif. Jean joined Pacific Life in 2008 as an assistant vice president and investment counsel.