Investigating N.C.'s role in CIA renditions
Faculty, students examine state’s ties to apprehension, detention, and transport of terror suspects to be tortured outside the U.S.
Entering the public domain (finally)
Center for the Study of the Public Domain celebrates expiration of copyright for Safety Last! and other works from 1923.
News & Events for Alumni
Wednesday, February 27, 2019, 8:00 AM
Duke Law News
- Watch Helfer lecture at McGill, Jan. 10, 2:30 ET: “Institutional Change and the International Labour Organization in a Moment of Populism” McGill University
- Levi, Frisch ’18, Remus, argue lawyers should reclaim role as community caretakers in addressing access-to-justice gap Bolch Judicial Institute
- Former Associate Dean Judith Horowitz honored by South Korean graduates
- Duke Law Tech Lab among spate of new legal technology accelerators Vator
- Center for the Study of the Public Domain tracks 1923 works that shed copyright constraints Jan. 1 NorthJersey.com
- Stark '89: Prosecutors face steep legal, forensic challenges in proving case against hackers in SEC Edgar breach The Washington Post
- Deberry '94 discusses plan for criminal justice reform in Durham
- Lloyd '02 took unusual path from family's horse farm to college, law school Newark Advocate
- Nyiendo '00 promoted to Cuomo's deputy special counsel for public integrity Governor's Press Office
- McKissick '84 recalls convenience-store shooting three decades ago News & Observer
From the Campus: Alumni News
Levi, Frisch ’18, Remus, argue lawyers should reclaim role as community caretakers in addressing access-to-justice gap
In “Reclaiming the Role of Lawyers as Community Connectors” — coauthored with Dana Remus, general counsel of the Obama Foundation, and Abigail Frisch '18 — Levi argues that lawyers cannot abandon the work of providing legal service to low-income clients to nonlawyers and technological applications, but neither should the legal profession stand in the way of such innovative solutions to the continuing problem of inadequate legal services for the poor.
- RT @BassBerrySims: New associate Elizabeth Bounds counsels clients on #corporate and securities issues, we are happy to welcome this @DukeL… - December 11, 2018
- "All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights..." Happy Human Rights Day from #DukeLaw's Internat… https://t.co/twdPIvSNkX - December 10, 2018
- RT @DukeLLMLE: You can do this, @DukeLaw students! https://t.co/nzHItHhghj - December 07, 2018
- Prof. Griffin says president's tweet could be seen as discouraging witnesses to cooperate https://t.co/7M4Ew5I2sU - December 07, 2018
- Prof. Neil Siegel during his visit to the @WhiteHouse in 1989 #FBF https://t.co/2XLdsarj96 - December 07, 2018
- Bill Stevens JD'70, senior counsel at Dentons in Atlanta, has received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Daily Report, Georgia’s legal industry publication. The awards celebrate some of the most accomplished figures in Georgia’s legal profession.
- Tomas Nassar LLM'08 was one of 10 finalists for Euromoney Legal Media Group’s “Americas Rising Star” in the category of “Best Corporate Rising Star in Latin America”. He is a partner in Nassar Abogados' corporate/M&A department and represents private equity funds and multinational companies doing business in Costa Rica.
- Rindala Beydoun JD/LLM'94 founded boutique firm Tribonian Law Advisors (TLA), based in the United Arab Emirates, and operating in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia, in 2011; the firm was integrated by international firm BonelliErede in June. Rindala took on the role of managing partner of BonelliErede Middle East and is a member of the firm’s Africa Committee.
- Janet Ward Black JD'85, principal owner of Ward Black Law in Greensboro, N.C., has been selected by the North Carolina Advocates for Justice (NCAJ) as a recipient of the 2018 Ebbie Award.