News & Events for Alumni
Thursday, May 23, 2013, 7:00 PM
Saturday, June 1, 2013, 1:30 PM
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Duke Law News
- Zelenak discusses new book, "Learning to Love Form 1040" The Michael Smerconish Program
- Bryant '14 discusses being the first African American DLJ editor-in-chief On Being a Black Lawyer
- Gala, Justin Miller Awards, and class gift kick off 2013 graduation weekend
- Roche '13 wins "Philosopher's Way" 15k trail run Chapel Hill News
- Appellate Litigation Clinic students prevail in Fourth Circuit
- Marks '92 is RIAA's new chief of digital business and general counsel RIAA
- Sarah Hawkins Warren ’08
- Schmalbeck: IRS investigation of conservative groups may have been caused by bungling rather than bias PBS Newshour
- Solicitor General tells Duke Law School’s 2013 graduates to act with integrity and fight cynicism
- Endowed chair honors a father and a legacy
From the Campus: Alumni News
A litigation associate at Kirkland & Ellis in Washington, D.C., Warren was just 17 when she started a foundation to support the construction of a high school in Nyeri, Kenya.
- #DukeLaw Prof. Schroeder: Why the Justice Department may be right http://t.co/vZl4LyDcPd - May 17, 2013
- #DukeLaw Prof. Schmalbeck helps media untangle IRS investigation http://t.co/lvmn9acXr9 - May 17, 2013
- #DukeLaw Prof. Zelenak discusses new book, "Learning to Love Form 1040" http://t.co/iNtCf1Nx2J - May 16, 2013
- #DukeLaw Prof. Schmalbeck comments on IRS process for vetting tax-exempt groups http://t.co/HFHTDPUEZu - May 16, 2013
- #DukeLaw Prof. Farahany: Access to genetic information can help people make decisions about preemptive surgery http://t.co/lqxPP24awd - May 16, 2013
- Kevin Lally JD'94 along with two of his colleagues in the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Central District of California in Los Angles, has been named a recipient of the California Lawyer of the Year (CLAY) award for 2013 by California Lawyer magazine in the category of criminal law. They were cited for successfully obtaining racketeering convictions of four high-ranking gang members.
- Stephen Crawford LLB'64 has been named to the Mobile, Ala. Board of Directors and executive team of ServisFirst Bank. He is a litigator at the firm of Hand Arendell and has been named to the Best Lawyers in America for over 20 years in the fields of corporate law and banking law.
- Brian See JD'00 came out as transgender last year and has changed her name to Rachel See. She splits her time between Washington, DC and Richmond, VA, where she lives with her wife of over 12 years, Jennifer, and their four children (Nathan, Miranda, Elliot and Oliver). In DC, she works as the Lead Technology Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board, and in her free time remains active as an amateur orchestral musician, as an activist in support of transgender rights, and as a blogger and advocate on issues related to ichthyosis, a rare genetic skin disorder.
- Allen Nelson JD'89 has been nominated to be a Fellow of the American Bar Foundation. He is executive vice president, general counsel, corporate secretary and chief administrative officer of Crawford & Co., an independent provider of claims management solutions, based in Atlanta. He has also received the 2013 Revolutions Award for Outstanding Nonprofit Board Leader for his service with Atlanta Ballet, where he is chairman of the board and has overseen the execution of the largest and most successful capital campaign in the Atlanta Ballet's history.