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- In Judicature: Metzloff examines the treatment of mass-tort claims under the multidistrict litigation process
- ABA honors Coleman with criminal justice award
- JD/LLM candidate gives one South Carolinian's perspective on the Confederate flag Edgefield Advertiser
- Duke-Geneva Institute to host conference on “Courts, Treaties, Custom and the Use of Force” July 10-11
- Siegel on Supreme Court marriage ruling: "The lawfulness of this decision is exceeded only by its decency"
- Madden ’72 discusses personal, professional aspects of gender transition The American Lawyer
- Teachout '99 takes helm of pro-campaign finance reform Mayday PAC Politico
- Gao '86 criticizes Chinese government response to stock market collapse Bloomberg Business
- Reichgott-Junge '77 discusses charter school misconceptions Durham Herald-Sun
- Reardon '14 to clerk for Supreme Court Chief Justice Roberts
From the Campus: Alumni News
Reardon is the ninth Duke Law graduate to be chosen for a clerkship on the high court since 2010.
- Monast discusses N.C. fight against Obama administration's new climate change initiative http://t.co/XyBj6wbm7o - August 04, 2015
- Krawiec discusses the market for human eggs http://t.co/XLW80DKCgr - August 04, 2015
- Monast comments on EPA's new Clean Power Plan http://t.co/rHMamRS205 - August 04, 2015
- Logan Desouza '17 on his summer associate position with Barros & Errazuriz in Santiago, Chile: http://t.co/DHqAJoi21D - August 04, 2015
- RT @DukeLawAlumni: Madden ’72 discusses personal, professional aspects of gender transition http://t.co/JqVI6d2tqs - August 03, 2015
- Llew Pritchard LLB'61 received the 2015 Outstanding Lawyer Award by the King County (Washington) Bar Association (KCBA) in June. A 50-year member of the KCBA, Llew is a partner at Helsell Fetterman in Seattle. Over his career, Llew has been an extraordinarily active participant in the KCBA, the Washington State Bar, and the American Bar Association, holding leadership positions in all three organizations, as well as in other local, national and international groups.
- Allyson Duncan JD'75, circuit judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, is the new president of the Federal Judges Association (FJA), a voluntary association of Article III judges devoted to protecting the independence of the judicial branch. Judge Duncan has been a member of the FJA board of directors and executive committee since 2011 and will serve a two-year term as president. This fall she will also assume the chairmanship of the International Judicial Relations Committee of the U.S. Judicial Conference
- Jennifer Evans JD'02 has joined American Airlines as senior attorney, employment law. She previously practiced at O’Melveny & Myers.
- Michael Scharf JD'88 has co-edited Prosecuting Maritime Piracy (with M. Newton and M. Sterio, Cambridge University Press) published in June. The book addresses maritime piracy by focusing on the unique issues arising in the course of domestic piracy prosecutions, from the pursuit and apprehension of pirates to their trial and imprisonment. Michael is interim dean at the School of Law at Case Western Reserve University and directs its Frederick K. Cox International Law Center.