News & Events for Alumni
Wednesday, January 24, 2018, 6:30 PM
Tuesday, January 30, 2018, 8:00 AM
Duke Law News
- Case of Wrongful Convictions Clinic client Sharpe will be subject of documentary airing 1/28 Oxygen
- Duke Law, Leiden University launching summer institute in The Hague
- $5 million grant establishes dean's chair at Duke Law School
- Duke Law student leaders join others in pledging support for student mental health services ABA Journal
- Bryant discusses grant for diversity-oriented pre-law fellowship program Diverse: Issues in Higher Education
- Starr '73 discusses investigating a president NPR
- FTC cites 3L research project from 2016 grads Jaep and Bailey Law360
- Kuo JD/LLM '09 assumes presidency of Memphis Association for Women Attorneys Memphis Daily News
- Kiviat '16 divides practice between traditional private equity matters and blockchain-related projects CNBC
- Scharf '88 to interview Nuremberg prosecutor at Duke event Duke Today
From the Campus: Alumni News
A $5 million grant from The Duke Endowment has established a named chair for the dean’s position at Duke University’s law school, President Vincent E. Price said Monday.
- Case of Wrongful Convictions Clinic client Sharpe will be subject of documentary airing 1/28 https://t.co/i0Zmeu6h2k - January 19, 2018
- Prof. Coleman proposes "continuing education" program for one-and-done Duke athletes https://t.co/qNXFOtPq7O - January 19, 2018
- Kenneth Starr '73 discusses investigating a president https://t.co/ItNldNemKa - January 19, 2018
- Eileen Kuo JD/LLM '09 assumes presidency of Memphis Association for Women Attorneys https://t.co/ECaxd72DHh https://t.co/MAPSGXFX21 - January 17, 2018
- Prof. Sachs comments on Supreme Court decision to allow law prof to argue amicus https://t.co/0wVebRBY0Y - January 16, 2018
- Johanna Roldan LLM'13 has been reassigned as a statelessness officer to the United Nations High Commission for Refugees’ country office in Bangkok, Thailand. Her main role is to support the office in implementing UNHCR's Global Action Plan to End Statelessness in Thailand. Thailand hosts the second largest stateless population in South East Asia (after Myanmar).
- James Sammataro JD'99 has been named to Billboard’s list of Top Music Lawyers of 2017. He is national head of the entertainment litigation practice group and managing partner in the Miami office of Stroock & Stroock & Lavan.
- Caryn Copedge McNeill JD'91 was sworn in as the 123rd president of the North Carolina Bar Association in June. She has also been selected as an honoree for a North Carolina Lawyers Weekly’s 2017 North Carolina Leaders in the Law awards. Caryn is a partner at Smith Anderson in Raleigh, where she leads the employee benefits and executive compensation practice group.
- Sarah Ludington JD'92 was named associate dean of academic affairs, on July 1, at the Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law at Campbell University in Raleigh, where she is also associate professor. She has authored a chapter on the history of USDA farm and food subsidies in Food Fights: How the Past Matters in Contemporary Food Debates (UNC Press 2017).