Five Questions

January 1, 2012Duke Law News

Professor Margaret Lemos focuses her scholarship on the institutions of law interpretation and enforcement and their effects on substantive rights. Read her profile.

1. Quick bio:
Hometown: Newcastle, Maine; College: Brown University; Law school: NYU

2. During my free time, I love to:
... strap my 2-month-old baby into a carrier and cook something tasty enough to take the place of sleep.

3. One TV show I never miss:
Breaking Bad

4. What are you reading right now?
"Into the Blue" by Robert Goddard

5. Favorite law school memory:
During the first week of classes, my civil procedure professor gently teased a student for saying "ergo." It was my first clue that law school might not be so bad after all.

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