Pages from the Past

Duke Law Moot Court room, 1933
The Moot Court room at Duke Law in 1933.

Pages from the Past is a collection of historical events and stories about the Duke Law community. We welcome your stories, memories, and photos from your experience at Duke Law.


  • Letters Home /news/letters-home/
  • The Pioneers: David Robinson II ’64 and Walter Johnson Jr. ’64 recall integrating Duke /news/the_pioneers_david_robinson_ii_64_and_walter_johnson_jr_64_recall_integrating_duke/
  • Forging memories on the playing field /news/forging_memories_on_the_playing_field/
  • Bill McGuire ’33 /news/bill_mcguire_33/
  • Law Dames provided female fellowship at Duke /news/law_dames_provided_female_fellowship_at_duke/
  • The venerable, erudite, and somewhat eccentric Samuel Fox Mordecai /news/the_venerable_erudite_and_somewhat_eccentric_samuel_fox_mordecai/
  • Pages from the Past: Alumni remember Jack Latty /news/pages_from_the_past_alumni_remember_jack_latty/
  • The House That Jack Built /news/the_house_that_jack_built/

Braxton Craven

» A History of Duke Law School


In memoriam, the Honorable Robinson O. Everett

Honorable Robinson O. Everett

"His distinguished career as a law professor and judge has been an inspiration to faculty, students and alumni at Duke Law School for over 50 years." — Dean David F. Levi

» Read our Judge Everett memorial

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