Duke Law Magazine
Two IP scholars present the history of music as an epic battle between creativity and control.
On the Ground
Students share their experiences working with asylum-seeking families at a south Texas detention center.
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Prof. Siegel discuss the Court’s recent and upcoming terms, the importance of consensus, and Ginsburg’s legacy at D.C. Summer Institute event.
News & Events for Alumni
Friday, October 13, 2017, 12:00 PM
Duke Law News
- McAllaster reflects on the Greensboro Massacre of 1979 in aftermath of Charlottesville attack
- Message from Dean David F. Levi on violence in Charlottesville
- Schwarcz appointed to international panel of experts in financial markets
- CJS conference aided awareness of need for gender diversity in MDL leadership positions Law360
- Former deputy secretary of treasury to work with Duke Law faculty, students Duke Today
- Forbes, Chase '15, and Spaugh '15, work pro bono to return military dog to injured Army veteran Womble Carlyle
- Ginsburg discusses travel ban, momentous upcoming term at Duke Law event Associated Press
- Sammataro '99 named to Billboard's Top Music Industry Lawyer list Billboard
- Fitzgerald '90 playing leading role in growth of movie theater giant Cineplex Canadian Lawyer InHouse
- Alumni Profile: Robin Harris '93
From the Campus: Alumni News
Farrin's representation of African-American farmers seeking redress for years of discriminatory loan practices by the U.S. Department of Agriculture has earned him national recognition as a formidable advocate for underdog clients.
- Prof. Helfer addresses UN Committee on Rights of Persons with Disabilities regarding new IP treaty https://t.co/QfS86Tovdk - August 21, 2017
- Podcast: Prof. Gulati discusses options for solving Venezuelan debt crisis https://t.co/NAWkH85Oyt - August 21, 2017
- Profs. Boyle and Jenkins discuss copyright, creativity, and "Theft! A History of Music" https://t.co/XkiAHyKv3R - August 17, 2017
- Prof. Beskind comments on proposed N.C. bill protecting drivers who inadvertently injure protesters https://t.co/if2p1bCGlI - August 17, 2017
- Prof. Haagen comments on concussion litigation and sports league insurance https://t.co/ftSr7xAOby - August 14, 2017
- Hubert van Tuyll JD'79, professor of history and university advocate at Augusta University in Georgia, has authored Small Countries in a Big Power World: The Belgian-Dutch Conflict at Versailles, 1919 (Leiden: Brill, 2016) and co-edited In Their Own Words: Augusta and Aiken Area Veterans Remember World War II (ARCHS, 2017).
- V. L. Woolston JD'79, a partner in Perkins Coie’s Seattle office, has been named chair of the firm’s national product liability practice. V. represents manufacturers in state and federal courts throughout the United States, and his practice emphasizes aviation, product liability and class actions.
- Chris Bryant JD'14 has joined the Charleston, S.C. firm Yarborough Applegate, after completing two federal clerkships – with Judge James A. Wynn of the United States Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit and Judge Richard M. Gergel (Duke Law ’79) of the United States District Court for South Carolina. Chris serves on the board of Charleston Legal Access.
- Bram Braat LLM'07 has joined the Amsterdam office of Dentons Boekel as an associate partner in its public procurement and competition and antitrust practices. He previously was counsel at Brinkhof N.V.