Join us for an interview with Associate Dean Judith Horowitz discussing her work at Duke Law School and her role in shaping the school's international studies program. This interview is part of the Law School's Oral History Project, a web-based video archive of interviews with members of the Duke Law community. The project aims to develop a historical account of Duke Law through the stories and memories of the people who have shaped it. Sponsored by the Communications and Media Services Offices and the J. Michael Goodson Law Library. See the Oral History Project at http://www.law.duke.edu/ohp/index.
Faculty Oral History Project
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