The Law & Economics Society is excited to present the timely screening of Robert Reich's new film 'Inequality for All' (inequalityforall.com), which examines the United States' ever-widening income inequality and its ramifications for our economy and our system of government. Come to the FREE screening on Thursday, October 24th at the Carolina Theatre (309 W Morgan Street, Durham) at 7:10 or 9:10 PM and consider the potential role of the law in diminishing inequality. To get a free ticket, you must RSVP by or before NOON on Tuesday, October 22nd at this link: https://duke.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_432bZfHllkRKdQV. Duke Law faculty, students, and staff are welcome. **Because there is a maximum capacity, tickets will be assigned on a first come, first serve basis - the sooner you RSVP, the better!** For more information, please contact Shanna Lehrman at email@example.com.
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