Join HLSA this Friday, March 18th, for a morning visit to the EDNC in downtown Raleigh. Duke Law Professor and US District Court Judge James Dever will allow us to attend several criminal hearings starting at 9:00 AM. Time permitting, Judge Dever will also meet with our Duke Law cohort. Following our courtroom visit, we'll head out to lunch before driving back to Durham. Spaces are limited to the first twenty (20) students who respond. Please email Isabel Lecompte at email@example.com to RSVP and if you have any questions about the event. NOTE: We are planning on carpooling --about 4 students per vehicle, thus, depending on turnout, we might need some attending volunteers to drive fellow students to Raleigh. Please indicate your availability. We'll be heading out at 7:45 AM from the Law School. Hope to see you there! For more information, contact Mitchell Medina at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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