Duke Law to attend Vienna arbitration competition

March 5, 2009Duke Law News

For the first time, Duke Law School is sending a team to participate in the Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot, which will be held in Vienna, Austria on April 2-9.

With the support of Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, four students, accompanied by faculty coach Charles Holton and Assistant Dean Jennifer Maher, will represent the Duke in this prestigious competition.

Alumni in Vienna are planning social events and arranging housing and other assistance. Some alumni are also coming from other countries to serve as judges in the competition. If you plan to be there, please let us know. Contact Jennifer Maher for more information.
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