Duke Photography will hold a photo session for students. For this special session only, Duke Law will pay for the sitting fees and you will be able to purchase the photo of your choice for just $25. Your photo can be submitted to the Duke Law Student Directory (law.duke.edu/studir), which is used by employers and faculty (as well as your classmates), and used for your personal use (Mother's Day gift, perhaps?). Sign up for the photo session by visiting http://bit.ly/15ZjffZ. You will be able to review and purchase your photos from the session on Duke Photography's web site. Don't forget to wear business attire! Please contact Valerie Marino at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
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