WLSA is proud to host Professor Deborah DeMott as part of the Faculty Tea series. She began her professional career with a judicial clerkship in a federal court in New York City, and later practiced with a large law firm in that city, until she joined the Duke law faculty in 1975. In 1989, she received the Scholar/Teacher of the Year Award from Duke University. She has taught Art Law, Global Law Workshop on The Law and Politics of International Cooperation, and Business Associations, among other courses. Since space is limited, please RSVP to Amy.Rublin@duke.edu.
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The Duke way
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WLSA Faculty Tea Series
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