Dinner in Vienna, Austria - Oct. 12

September 7, 2007Duke Law News

Join Associate Dean Judy Horowitz, Assistant Dean Jennifer Maher L'83 and Professor Don Horowitz for dinner. Friday evening, October 12. Vienna, Austria (Place to be announced). More details will be posted as they become finalized.

For further information, contact Daisy Birtalan L'02 at daisy@birtalan.com.
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