Join the Law & Entrepreneurship Society for an informative panel discussion covering the day-to-day work of start-up attorneys and the career paths of some of Duke Law's distinguished alumni. Confirmed speakers include Matt Lenora (JD '09, LLM '11), an associate at Smith Anderson, and Glen Caplan (JD '02), a partner at Robinson Bradshaw, both of whom concentrate their practice on venture capital financings and advising emerging growth companies. Jeff Ward (JD/LLM '09), director of Duke Law's Start-Up Ventures Clinic, will moderate. Lunch will be provided. Come with questions! For more information, please contact L&E Society Vice President Adam Berkland at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Careers in Entrepreneurship: A Panel Discussion with Start-Up Attorneys
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