The Duke Law Student Scholarship Workshop will be running again this semester. The workshop is a bi-weekly forum for JD, LLM, and SJD students to present written works to one another. Our goals are to help students develop academic work, including notes, articles, or research papers (including papers to satisfy the writing requirement); practice providing critical feedback; and discuss intellectually stimulating ideas over a free lunch. Slots are available, so please consider signing up to present a paper. Slots are available, so please consider signing up to present a paper. There will be a brief introductory meeting on Thursday, January 23rd at 12:15pm in Room 4044, with pizza. For more info, please contact one of the faculty advisors: Gregg Strauss (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Ann Lipton (email@example.com).
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