Please join us to discuss Kyle Druding's "In Search of Monsters Abroad: Serving summonses on foreign organizations under Rule 4 and Fifth Amendment Due Process." The paper will be posted to https://law.duke.edu/academics/studentscholar/. The Student Workshop is a forum for students to present written works to each other, with the goals to develop arguments for a note, article, or research paper, improve writing, and participate in stimulating discussions, all over free pizza. If you would like to participate, please contact one of the faculty advisors: Gregg Strauss or Ann Lipton.
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