Elizabeth Youngkin, LLMLE’12

September 30, 2012Duke Law News

Elizabeth Youngkin LLMLE'12

1. What is your background?
B.S. Neuroscience Lafayette College
J.D. University of Pittsburgh
Technician, University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and hospital

2. Why did you decide to pursue an LLM in Law and Entrepreneurship?
I want to work for a start-up company.

3. What has been your favorite thing about Duke's Law and Entrepreneurship LLM so far?
Practical classes where you gain real-world experience; ability to work on projects in teams; the LLM class group itself (great mix of people); Duke Startup Challenge

4. What advice would you give to an incoming LLMLE student to make for a successful year?
Try to network as much as possible.

5. How are you involved in entrepreneurial endeavors and how do you plan to engage with the entrepreneurial community upon graduation?
Forming a team to compete in Duke Startup Challenge.

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