Lauding the careers and contributions of Professor Donald Horowitz and Associate Dean for International Studies Judy Horowitz on Nov. 11, Dean David F. Levi noted, “There is Don. And there is Judy. And then there is ‘Don and Judy.’”
Levi was the first of several speakers from the law and political science faculties to pay tribute to the couple’s individual and joint achievements at a celebratory dinner at Durham’s Parizade Restaurant. Donald, the James B. Duke Professor of Law and Political Science and a renowned scholar of comparative constitutional design and ethnic conflict in deeply divided societies, and Judy, who has headed Duke Law’s international programs for more than 30 years, will retire from Duke University at the end of the year. Together they have built Duke’s summer institutes in transnational law, maintaining on-site oversight of Duke’s Asia-America Institute in Transnational Law in Hong Kong for almost 20 years.
Scholarship honors architect of Duke’s international programs
Alumni from across Japan gathered in Tokyo on March 7 to celebrate Associate Dean Judy Horowitz’s tenure as the head of Duke Law’s international programs. To honor Horowitz’s pivotal role in transforming it into an international institution, Duke Law has created the Judy Horowitz Scholarship Fund. Once fully endowed, it will provide a full scholarship each year to a deserving international scholar and create a permanent tribute to the architect of much of the Law School’s international success.
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