Videos tagged with Student Affairs

  • A fun look at the first day of class at Duke Law as we welcome a new group of first-year JD students and LLM students, as welcome back our outstanding second- and third-year LLM students. Make it a great year!

  • Students enjoyed a visit from the fluffy, four-legged, and friendly puppies from the Duke Canine Cognition Center today!

  • Dedicated to Durham is an annual service event that encourages students, faculty, and staff to volunteer with non-profit organizations throughout Durham. Lewis Hutchison, Jr., assistant dean for Student Affairs, explains why it’s important for students to volunteer and be invested in the community.

  • Duke Law students from around the world discuss their favorite cuisine during an evening of food and fashion hosted by The Office of Student Affairs and the International Law Society. The food fiesta was part of International Week, an annual celebration of Duke Law's international students and scholars.

  • What do you call 600 lawyers at the bottom of the sea? Marc Galanter calls it an opportunity to investigate the meanings of a rich and time-honored genre of American humor: lawyer jokes.

    Recorded on November 15, 2005.

    Appearing: Marc Galanter (University of Wisconsin Law School), speaker.

  • Recorded on April 05, 2000.

    Appearing: Professor Sally Goldfarb of Rutgers-Camden, speaker.

  • Recorded on March 06, 2000.

    Public Law/public Events Lunch Series.

    Appearing: Speaker: Professor Harry Gelber, London School of Economics.

  • Recorded on March 02, 2000.

    Appearing: Speaker: Luc Thevenoz, University of Geneva Law Faculty, Commissioner of Swiss Dormant Bank Accounts Commission; introductions: Madeleine Morris.