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Honoring Prof. James E. Coleman, Jr.: 2022 Bolch Judicial Institute Lemkin Rule of Law Guardian

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The Supreme Court October 2021 Term

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Bar Exams: What 3Ls Need to Know

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Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Academic Kickoff

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Cybersecurity and National Security: Current Legal and Policy Challenges

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‘Who’s new at Duke Law?’🤔 We’re glad you asked!😃 Today and tomorrow, we’ll be featuring some of the amazing new JD and LLM students coming to Duke Law this fall! A UF grad, Chinaelo Chukwuelue ’25 (she/her) majored in psych and says working as a public health worker, researcher, and health equity intern during undergrad “opened my eyes to the true extent to which minority communities suffer from disparate health care treatment.” Chinaelo wants to use the law to fight against structural and systemic inequities. Fun fact: Last year, she clocked 134,831 minutes on Spotify! Hailing from Saudi Arabia, Aljawharah Alsadoon LLM ’23 (she/her) wants to develop specialized legal skills, esp. with business law. She says it’s a growing market – “especially with the increase in int'l investment inside my country.” A fun fact about Aljawharah: While she can't ride a bike, she plans to learn to before May. A Florida native, Melissa Antonia Perez JM/LLM-ICL ’25 (she/her) graduated from Brown with majors in Int'l Relations and Affairs and just wrapped an SEO Law Fellow internship at White & Case. Fun fact: she taught sixth grade math – and we’re sure she was great! Surya Korrapati JD/LLM-LE ’25 (he/him) is a Duke grad with a B.S. in Econ and Comp Sci and was a member of Duke Club Badminton, DukeEngage Lebanon, Duke Unified Basketball & Duke Actuarial Society. Why the law? “I want to bridge my love of solving complex problems and advocatin

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‘Who’s new at Duke Law?’🤔 We’re glad you asked!😃 Today and tomorrow, we’ll be featuring some of the amazing new JD and LLM students coming to Duke Law this fall! A UF grad, Chinaelo Chukwuelue ’25 (she/her) majored in psych and says working as a public health worker, researcher, and health equity intern during undergrad “opened my eyes to the true extent to which minority communities suffer from disparate health care treatment.” Chinaelo wants to use the law to fight against structural and systemic inequities. Fun fact: Last year, she clocked 134,831 minutes on Spotify! Hailing from Saudi Arabia, Aljawharah Alsadoon LLM ’23 (she/her) wants to develop specialized legal skills, esp. with business law. She says it’s a growing market – “especially with the increase in int'l investment inside my country.” A fun fact about Aljawharah: While she can't ride a bike, she plans to learn to before May. A Florida native, Melissa Antonia Perez JM/LLM-ICL ’25 (she/her) graduated from Brown with majors in Int'l Relations and Affairs and just wrapped an SEO Law Fellow internship at White & Case. Fun fact: she taught sixth grade math – and we’re sure she was great! Surya Korrapati JD/LLM-LE ’25 (he/him) is a Duke grad with a B.S. in Econ and Comp Sci and was a member of Duke Club Badminton, DukeEngage Lebanon, Duke Unified Basketball & Duke Actuarial Society. Why the law? “I want to bridge my love of solving complex problems and advocatin

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