Please join us for coffee & conversation with Professor Kathryn Bradley. Professor Bradley teaches Ethics, Family Law, Globalization of the Family, Readings in Ethics, and Legal Frameworks: Ghana. She will speak about her past experiences in the law and how they have been affected by gender issues. Snacks will be provided and the event is capped at 15 students. To attend you must RSVP to Katelyn Saner at firstname.lastname@example.org. Funded by DBA.
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