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June 29, 2011Duke Law News

Duke Law School's fiscal year ends on June 30; with just a few more gifts, we will be on track to set a record for our Annual Fund. Please consider joining the more than 2,800 alumni and friends who have already supported Duke Law faculty and students this year with a donation to the Law School. All gifts received by June 30 will be recognized in the next Donor Roll.

The Law School has surpassed the $2 million mark, and we are just $250,000 short of setting a Duke Law Annual Fund record. Please make a gift online now at www.gifts.duke.edu/law to help us achieve our goal!

To learn more about how your gifts make a difference at Duke Law, please see our Alumni and Development website, and visit our Giving Community site to learn more about some of our donors.

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