The Law School will gather to celebrate the life of Dr. John Hope Franklin and his contributions as a member of the Duke Law community and a renowned legal historian. Speakers include Duke Law Professor Walter Dellinger and UNC Professor Emeritus William Leuchtenburg, who co-taught Dr. Franklin's course at Duke Law from 1985 to 1992. They will be joined by Professor Thavolia Glymph, Associate Professor and Interim Chair of African & African American Studies at Duke University. Dean David Levi will moderate the discussion. A light lunch will be served. Overflow seating available in Room 3037.
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