Prof. George Gopen, a nationally recognized expert in legal writing who teaches in Duke's undergraduate English Department, will give a series of three lectures on how to make your writing clearer and how to communicate more effectively with your readers. Attendance for first-year LARW students mandatory. All other members of the Duke Law community welcome. For more information, contact April Clark at email@example.com.
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