Bradley lays groundwork for new scholarly field
Helfer, Young among 50 scholars contributing to The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Foreign Relations Law
Free at Last
Wrongful Convictions Clinic secures release of Charles Ray Finch after 43 years of incarceration
Summer program in The Hague, "the legal capital of the world," gives students foundation in international and comparative law
Nationally recognized clinician and immigration advocate Kate Evans to lead Duke Law School's new Immigration Clinic
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Duke Law News
- Visiting faculty bring expertise in corporate, environmental, criminal, and immigration law
- Second Amendment scholars to discuss approaches to teaching firearms law on Second Thoughts blog Second Thoughts (blog)
- Duke Center on Law & Technology selects 12 early-stage companies for pre-accelerator program
- Packers fan represented by First Amendment Clinic drops suit against Chicago Bears; man had sought to wear rival team gear at Bears event Green Bay Press-Gazette
- Moreno ’21 named Latham & Watkins 1L Fellow
- Glenn '70 chose law school over a final year as a college basketball standout https://www.tallahassee.com/story/sports/2019/07/10/former-fsu-mens-basketball-mvp-u-s-magistrate-judge-glenn-passes-away/1699412001/
- Hines '09 MBA '11 discusses origins of his educational technology startup Austin Inno
- Wrongful Convictions Clinic filing a petition for pardon of innocence on behalf of Charles Ray Finch The Wilson Times
- Verniero '84: Census, gerrymandering decisions show Roberts' concern for the Supreme Court's proper role Star-Ledger
- Davidson '77 named chief judge of Florida's 18th judicial circuit Florida Today
From the Campus: Alumni News
McAllaster leaves legacy as transformative clinician, social justice warrior, and policy advocate for people with HIV and AIDS
Colin W. Brown Clinical Professor of Law Carolyn McAllaster retired June 30 after 31 years on the faculty, leaving a lasting legacy at Duke Law through her leadership of the Health Justice Clinic and the HIV/AIDS Policy Clinic and having helped build a policy framework and infrastructure to benefit people living with HIV and AIDS across the South.
- RT @OUPLaw: Prof Bradley @curtisabradley lays groundwork for new field of comparative foreign relations law with Oxford Handbook @DukeLaw h… - June 10, 2019
- RT @DevTechSys: Why isn't #PuertoRico #debt external? Great @DukeLaw Gulati post on 1 more #subsovereign #issuance, eg #Kerala 2 are subs… - June 10, 2019
- Prof. Samuel Buell: Trump lawyer's message for Flynn seems too "veiled" for prosecutors to base a witness-tampering… https://t.co/wQfOICSVqT - June 10, 2019
- District Attorney Satana Deberry '94 co-authors opinion piece vowing to use prosecutorial discretion on new antiabo… https://t.co/oe7NyQ4AA1 - June 10, 2019
- RT @DukeFirearmsLaw: New on the blog from faculty co-director and Melvin G. Shimm Professor of Law @DukeLaw, Darrell Miller: Second Amendm… - June 07, 2019
- Reeve Kelsey JD'76 retired, in December, after 20 years on the bench as a judge on the common pleas court in Wood County, Ohio. He previously served as the mayor and on the city council of Perrysburg, Ohio, and as an assistant attorney general for the Toledo Region.
- Floyd McKissick JD'84 was the keynote speaker for the Burke County, N.C. banquet honoring the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., on Jan. 19. Floyd has served in the North Carolina State Senate since 2007 and represents Senate District 20, which includes Durham and Granville counties. He currently serves as the senior deputy Democratic leader in the Senate.
- David Andreasen JD'04 has joined the board of directors of the Environmental Defense Center (EDC), a non-profit dedicated to protecting the environment of California's south central coast. David is in private practice in Santa Barbara, specializing in criminal appeals.
- Matthew Kane JD'03 has been promoted to general counsel and chief compliance officer at Z Capital Group, where he has also been appointed to the firm’s management committee. He joined Z Capital as deputy general counsel in 2014.