OutLaw is presenting the first of a six part series of "OutLawed" guides to 1L success. In the first session, 2L and 3L law students are here to host an honest, frank discussion about how to survive your first year of law school, how to personally define success, and where to find balance. The event is open to all students, but seating is limited. Dinner will be provided. OutLaw is the LGBT/Q affinity group on campus, open to all Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Queer, or Questioning law students and Allies. The event is hosted with generous support from Duke Bar Association. Note, this event will be held off-campus at University Commons, between East and West campuses. To RSVP, please visit: http://sites.duke.edu/outlaw/2013/09/10/outlawed-guide-to-surviving-the-..., or email any questions to current OutLaw President Ben Shellhorn at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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