March 18, 2010
Duke Law School
Sponsored by the American Constitution Society and the Program in Public Law
Jeff Redding, Assistant Professor of Law at Saint Louis University School of Law, discusses recent developments in the debate about same-sex marriage in the U.S. In particular, Professor Redding addresses how Perry v. Schwarzenegger, the recent case filed in federal court in California, affects this debate.
For more information about the case, follow this link to the United States District Court, Northern District of California, site.
Avoiding Marriage: Why Progressives Should Not Support Marriage for Same-Sex Couples
March 18, 2010
Montgomery-Blinn '03 urges N.C. lawmakers to require EpiPens in schools
Duke Diamond takes trophy at UVA Law Softball Invitational
On Sunday, the Duke Diamond emerged as champions at the 31st Annual University of Virginia Law School Softball Invitational in Charlottesville. After tying their first game, the team of 2Ls went on to win seven straight games to take the trophy in Duke’s first championship-game appearance since 1988.
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