Five Questions

October 16, 2011Duke Law News

1. Quick bio:
Hometown: Dallas, Texas
College: Princeton '07

2. Name one TV show you never miss.
Breaking Bad. Very creative applications of high school chemistry.

3. What is your favorite Durham restaurant?
Go to Wimpy's. Get the Garbage Burger. Experience bliss.

4. When not at the Law School, how do you like to spend your time?
You will usually find me hanging out at Whiskey or checking out the local music scene at MotorCo.

5. Tell us something about yourself that we wouldn't know or guess:
John Adams is my favorite leader of the Republic.

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