Leadership Retreat, Oct. 19-21

September 17, 2007Duke Law News

The 2007 Leadership Retreat: “High Performance Teams and the Generational Divide” is sponsored by White and Case LLP and the Office of Student Affairs. It includes a two-night stay at The Resort at Glade Springs in WV, leadership and communication workshops by ImprovEdge, and a whitewater rafting trip down West Virginia’s scenic New River Gorge, the “Grand Canyon of the East.”

This is an unforgettable weekend of team-building activities, adventure, and fun!

If you are a current or an aspiring student leader, please contact Karyn Ridder at ridder@law.duke.edu to sign up.
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