Submitted by webservices on Wed, 08/28/2019 - 4:24 PM
Portal Banner

Faculty Portal

Portal Image Breadcrumb
Portal Middle Menu
Upcoming Events Portal

Upcoming Events

February 25, 2021 12:30 PM

LENS Conference Kickoff Discussion

View Event
February 25, 2021 12:30 PM

APALSA BigLaw in a Bite: Secondary Markets Panel

View Event
February 25, 2021 12:30 PM

Where does the rule of law go from here?

View Event
February 25, 2021 12:30 PM

LALSA Judicial Spotlight: A Conversation with the Honorable Jesus G. Bernal

View Event
February 25, 2021 7:00 PM

Black Law Students Association 1L Game Night: Among Us

View Event
February 26, 2021 8:10 AM

LENS Annual Conference

View Event
February 26, 2021 12:00 PM

Advanced Business Networking for International Lawyers, Part II: Elevator Pitch Workshop

View Event
February 26, 2021 12:30 PM

Norton Rose Fulbright on Careers in Renewable Energy

View Event
News

News

Black History Month: Honoring the excellence of Duke Law's Black alumni

CONTINUE READING

GFMC report urges SEC to require transparency on threats from climate, racism, inequality

CONTINUE READING

Watch: Exoneree Curtis Flowers talks about his six murder trials and long fight for freedom

CONTINUE READING
Social Instagram & twitter

#DukeLawLife

The final student in our LLM student spotlight series is Christina Mollnitz. 

Before she came to DuDuke Law Instagram Post
Duke Law Instagram logoDuke Law on Instagram
Duke Law
Duke Law School

The final student in our LLM student spotlight series is Christina Mollnitz. Before she came to Duke Law, Christina Mollnitz worked as a law clerk, a legal scholar, and a teacher in Germany. She says she always wanted to study the law and was fascinated by its power and potential. “Law has a great impact on the society and the economy,” she says. “It is able to solve, but also establish social and economic crises, and it give a great picture of the changing morals of a society.” After earning her undergraduate degree in law studies, she went on to get her doctorate, both from the University of Bayreuth in Bavaria. She has worked as a research assistant, completed a legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Bamberg in Bavaria, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher looking into commercial and competition law issues regarding Brexit. Mollnitz chose Duke for her studies after attending a law conference and listening to a former Duke Law professor speak. “Duke Law does not only have an amazing international reputation that attracts the best international lawyers and offers a high quality studying environment, but what makes Duke Law really stand out for me has been the very personal and supportive approach of faculty staff and professors.” Mollnitz will be studying virtually from Germany this spring, but she will move to Durham in the fall. “Not joining Duke in person in spring 2021 was a tough decision but has been related to problems I encountered

Link to Instagram post
7 hours ago
The final student in our LLM student spotlight series is Christina Mollnitz. 

Before she came to Du
Duke Law Twitter logo
Duke Law
Duke Law School
Follow

The final student in our LLM student spotlight series is Christina Mollnitz. Before she came to Duke Law, Christina Mollnitz worked as a law clerk, a legal scholar, and a teacher in Germany. She says she always wanted to study the law and was fascinated by its power and potential. “Law has a great impact on the society and the economy,” she says. “It is able to solve, but also establish social and economic crises, and it give a great picture of the changing morals of a society.” After earning her undergraduate degree in law studies, she went on to get her doctorate, both from the University of Bayreuth in Bavaria. She has worked as a research assistant, completed a legal clerkship at the Higher Regional Court of Bamberg in Bavaria, and worked as a postdoctoral researcher looking into commercial and competition law issues regarding Brexit. Mollnitz chose Duke for her studies after attending a law conference and listening to a former Duke Law professor speak. “Duke Law does not only have an amazing international reputation that attracts the best international lawyers and offers a high quality studying environment, but what makes Duke Law really stand out for me has been the very personal and supportive approach of faculty staff and professors.” Mollnitz will be studying virtually from Germany this spring, but she will move to Durham in the fall. “Not joining Duke in person in spring 2021 was a tough decision but has been related to problems I encountered

Link to Instagram post
7 hours ago
Portal Additional Content