Join the Human Rights Law Society for a screening of the mini-documentary "Home Economics". Documentary overview: Amy Poehler ventures into the world of the invisible women who help keep the California economy afloat: domestic workers. What she finds is a human story far more complex than the simple exploitation of poor women by the super-rich. While domestic workers organize for a living wage, some of their employers are also struggling - squeezed out of the middle class in an increasingly unequal economy in which everyone works harder than they used to. Sponsored by the Human Rights Law Society. For more information, please contact Bryce May at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Duke Law welcomes LLM class of 2019
Students from 35 countries will learn about the U.S. legal system and specialized areas of law.
Meet the JD class of 2021
First-year students talk about the diverse paths that led them to Duke Law School.