March 9, 2012
8:00 AM-4:00 PM
Duke Law School
Sponsored by the Program in Public Law and the North Carolina Bar Association
The primary goal of this instructional program is to promote civic competence and responsibility in elementary, middle, and high school students. Students study materials relating to the Constitution, the Bill of Rights, and the principles and development of constitutional democracy in the United States. High school classes may choose to culminate their study through participation in competitions styled as simulated congressional hearings.
2012 We the People State Competition: The Citizen and the Constitution
March 9, 2012
Drake JD/MBA '14 discusses dual degree
Tipping the Scales
Students give thanks to donors during Thank-a-thon
A group of 12 students gathered on Tuesday, Nov. 19, to write thank you notes to Law School alumni and friends as part of the autumn Thank-a-thon.
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