Students Needed to Play Witnesses for Civil Practice “Boot Camp"

April 27, 2012Duke Law News

Beginning on May 15, 2012, Duke Law School will be conducting a civil practice boot camp for students interning at local legal aid offices. We need students to play the roles of clients and witnesses in simulated interviews and trials during the boot camp. Students will be paid and are needed on the following days: May 15th, May 16th, and May 17th. If interested, please e-mail your resume to Carolyn McAllaster, Clinical Professor of Law at We will consider students who are available for some but not all of the days listed.
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