NOTE: this event is for JDs only - LLMs will have their own information session at a later date. Are you interested in hearing more about externships - either locally in the Triangle (Fall and Spring) or through the Duke in D.C. program (Fall)? Come hear about how to earn course credit while building your resume, making connections, serving your community, and learning how to lawyer in the real world. You'll hear about opportunities in government, non-profit, and corporate counsels' offices, and hear from externship alumni about how to find a placement and succeed once you get there. Lunch will be served. Sponsored by Duke Law Externships. For more information, please contact Director of Externships Anne Gordon at email@example.com.
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Externship and Duke in D.C. Information Session
- Durham DA Deberry '94 says dismissal of old cases, fines and fee will let tens of thousands of people participate in region's economic boom NC Policy Watch
- District Attorney Deberry '94 co-authors opinion piece vowing to use prosecutorial discretion on new antiabortion laws The Washington Post
- ELPC Law Fellow Miller co-authors food sustainability section of Primer on US Food and Nutrition Policy and Public Health American Journal of Public Health