Ambassador to speak to international alumni, students at Jan. 28 dinner in New York

November 13, 2009Duke Law News

International alumni and LLM students from Duke Law are invited to gather on Jan. 28, 2010, for a special dinner at Fig & Olive Restaurant in New York City hosted by Deans Judith Horowitz and Jennifer Maher. The Honorable Jaime E. Aleman L'78, Ambassador of the Republic of Panama to the United States, will speak. The dinner will be preceded by a career reception for LLM students, sponsored by Wachtell Lipton Rosen & Katz. Click here to see invitation and to RSVP. For more information, contact Chun Hu at hu@law.duke.edu or Jennifer Maher at maher@law.duke.edu, or call the International Studies Office at (919) 613-7144.
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