In early April the Law & Entrepreneurship Society will be hosting its first-annual Transactional Law Competition. Students will be asked to help a hypothetical start-up client to prepare an agreement, and then present their solutions to a panel of judges drawn from the ranks of esteemed Duke Law alumni. The competition will be followed by a networking reception with refreshments and an opportunity to meet the judges. This information session will familiarize students with the mechanics of the competition and provide a brief overview of the types of legal issues students may encounter. Cupcakes will be served. For more information, please contact L&E Society President Piper Miles-Coccaro at email@example.com.
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