"Done Awards"

April 14, 2007Duke Law News

The DBA, the Duke University Law Library, and the Office of Student Affairs cordially invite you to the First EVER Duke Outstanding and Noteworthy Endeavor Awards (DONE).

The DONE Awards is a celebration of the accomplishments of the Duke Law Community this past year and features Dean Bartlett's Blueprint Awards for Faculty and Staff, The DBA Distinguished Teaching Award, and the DONE awards for student groups. 2006 Faculty-Honored Books will also be recognized. The event will be catered with heavy hors d'oeuvres and there will be a champagne toast. EVERYONE is welcome and encouraged to attend!
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