Assoc Dean Horowitz and Prof. Horowitz visited Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Law

September 6, 2007Duke Law News

On August 1, 2007, in Bangkok, Associate Dean Judy Horowitz and Professor Donald Horowitz visited with Dean Tithiphan and faculty members at the Chulalongkorn University Faculty of Law. Dean Horowitz addressed a large group of students on "The U.S. Post-Graduate Law Program" and also responded to questions about the Duke LLM program in the afternoon. Professor Horowitz gave a very well-received lecture on "The U.S. Constitution: Experience for Thailand." He also met with the group responsible for drafting the new Thai constitution.
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