Kick Ball Champions

April 11, 2011Duke Law News

The Duke Law clinical faculty was roundly defeated by Duke Law clinic students on April 8, 2011 in the first annual faculty-student kick ball game. The game was donated by the faculty to the Public Interest Law Foundation Auction and the hard-fought game was played at Wrightwood Park in Durham. The Clinic faculty members have forgotten the score but all concede that it was not pretty. The students walked away with the coveted prize of the inaugural red kick ball.
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