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Duke Law News
- Duke Law hosts ACS Student Convention, “Call to Action: Solidarity in the States” March 31 American Constitution Society
- Beason honored with Founder's Award from Conflict Resolution Center
- Blocher examines constitutional hurdles for concealed carry reciprocity Take Care
- Bakari Sellers speaks at event honoring first African American president of Duke Student Government
- Fisher delivers Lange Lecture in Intellectual Property, March 23: “The Legal Treatment of Traditional Knowledge”
- Arata '13 named Blue Devil of the Week Duke Today
- Henderson ’96 creates start-up to address intersection of technology and culture Duke Magazine
- Llewelyn '12 on Gorsuch: "His remarks may lack the kiss of the spotlight or the shock of a well-timed tweet, but sometimes it is the quiet voice that’s most worth listening to" Orlando Sentinel
- John Norton Moore ’62 celebrates 50 years of teaching law at UVA UVA Law
- Maya LLM '90 nominated to presidency of South African Supreme Court of Appeal PR Point
From the Campus: Alumni News
Having served as a lead attorney in cases involving a range of issues, including defective pharmaceuticals and medical devices, consumer fraud, and defective products, Andrus was named one of the nation’s 75 “Outstanding Women Lawyers” by the National Law Journal in 2015.
- Congratulations to Will Robinson '17! https://t.co/X4lnQYYr0K - March 25, 2017
- Prof. Cox discusses Trump pick for SEC chairman https://t.co/jt0n65T8tS - March 24, 2017
- Prof. Young: "Executive power issues are the most important that the [Supreme] Court will face in the next decade" https://t.co/FuMh3xz4jE - March 23, 2017
- Clinic report on curbing terror financing shows how a valid goal can have disastrous collateral or disparate impact https://t.co/HqpuZPCXCY - March 23, 2017
- Law School panel examines role of race in redistricting https://t.co/dVFdYfeCfQ - March 23, 2017
- Wendy Collins Perdue JD'78, dean of the University of Richmond School of Law, has been named president-elect of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS). She has held a number of positions within AALS, including chair of its Membership Review Committee, chair of the Sections on Civil Procedure and Conflict of Laws, and membership on a prior Nominating Committee. Most recently, from 2013-15, Dean Perdue served a three-year term on the AALS Executive Committee.
- Bryan McGann LLMLE'15 has been named executive director of the Blackstone Entrepreneurs Network of North Carolina. Bryan also teaches the Start-Up Ventures Clinic and the Advanced Start-Up Ventures Clinic at the Law School, is entrepreneur in residence at UNC Chapel Hill, a member of the founding team of the Carolina Angel Network, and of counsel to the Smith Anderson firm.
- Mark Costley JD'85 has been elected chairman of the Board of Trustees for the North Carolina Humanities Council, a state-wide nonprofit that “advocate for the discovery and understanding of the interdisciplinary role that the humanities play in the culture, identity, and history of North Carolina.” Mark is an estate planning partner at Walker Lambe Rhudy Costley & Gill with offices in Durham and Clayton.
- Brent Clinkscale JD'86 has been named to the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the Atlanta International Arbitration Society. Brent is a partner at Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, where he heads litigation in the firm’s Greenville, S.C. office.