Videos tagged with Students

  • 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!

  • Getting excited here at Duke Law to see the hallways packed with students, busy study sessions in the library, classrooms abuzz with lively discussions, students playing a game of ping pong, and friends grabbing lunch in Star Commons. Can't wait to start a new school year at Duke Law!

  • A student in the dual-degree JD/LLM International and Comparative Law Program at Duke Law, Gabriela discusses skills that she has developed through the program, how she manages extracurricular activities, and how she plans to prepare for her next steps in her career.

  • A student in the dual-degree JD/LLM International and Comparative Law Program at Duke Law, Neeki discusses skills that she has developed through the program, how she manages extracurricular activities, and how she plans to prepare for her next steps in her career.

  • Cassie Shapiro, a student in the dual-degree JD/LLM International and Comparative Law Program at Duke Law, talks about what attracted her to the program, courses that impacted and informed her interests in international law, and her advice for students with similar career aspirations.

  • Becca Mooney, a student in the dual-degree JD/LLM International and Comparative Law Program at Duke Law, discusses highlights of her time in the program, how the program has shaped her academic identity, and her advice for students with similar career aspirations.

  • A JD/LLM student in the International and Comparative Law Program at Duke Law, Diana Kenealy talks about what attracted her to the program, courses that impacted and informed her interests in international law, and her advice for students with similar career aspirations.

    To learn more, visit https://law.duke.edu/apply/degreeprograms/jdllm/

  • The Distinguished Speaker for the Duke Law 2023 Convocation Ceremony is Kate Adams, general counsel at Apple. Adams serves on the company's executive team and oversees all legal matters, including corporate governance, intellectual property litigation, and securities compliance, global security, and privacy.

  • Hear from our graduates about how excited they are for their next big chapter!

  • Rennan Nascimento is the LLM Class Speaker for the Duke Law 2023 Convocation Ceremony. Nacimento earned his undergraduate degree at Pontifícia Universidade Católica in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and a postgraduate diploma in corporate labor and employment law from Fundação Getulio Vargas with the business administration certificate from Ensino. He served as treasurer for Duke's Global Law Student Association. Following graduation, he will return to working at Pinheiro Neto in Sao Paulo.

  • Please join Duke Law School as we celebrate graduating students in the Class of 2023. We're proud of all the students' hard work and look forward to celebrating this milestone.

    Read more about Convocation 2023 at: https://law.duke.edu/news/convocation-2023-kate-adams-tells-graduates-s…

  • Vanessa Keverenge is the JD Class Speaker for the Duke Law 2023 Convocation Ceremony. Keverenge, a Winter Haven Florida native, was a voting rights and grassroots political organizer before law school. She earned a bachelor's degree in theater and international relations from Mount Holyoke College. At Duke, she has served as president of the Black Law Students Association, co-policy director of the Innocence Project, a member of the Tricky Dick sketch comedy group, and on the graduating class fundraising committee. After graduation, she will work for Baker McKenzie in Washington D.C.

  • Inspiring words from Apple General Counsel Kate Adams, the distinguished speaker for the 2023 Duke Law Graduation

  • The MJS Class Speaker for the Duke Law 2023 Convocation Ceremony is Justice Douglas M. Fasciale MJS '23. Justice Fasciale was sworn in as an associate Justice on the New Jersey Supreme Court in 2022. He was appointed to the New Jersey Superior Court in 2004 and elevated to the appellate division in 2010. He previously practiced law as a trial attorney for 17 years and, in the year 2000, became a certified civil trial attorney by the New Jersey Supreme Court -- a designation that was held by fewer than three percent of New Jersey attorneys.

  • A look at student highlights from the Duke Law Class of 2023.

  • This year, Women's History Month is "celebrating women who tell our stories." Recognizing this theme, Duke Law faculty and students are sharing about the women in the law who are telling their stories in this weekly video series throughout the month of March.

    Here, 3L Gaby Feliciani, whose activities at Duke Law include the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law and Public Policy, Women Law Students Association, Health Justice Clinic, and Health Care Planning Project, shares about Maryland State Delegate Robbyn Lewis inspires her work as an aspiring lawyer.

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

  • Recorded in October 2020, several class of 2021 students enrolled in Duke Law's LLM Program shared what it's like for them to take in-person and online classes, engage with fellow students and faculty, and stay safe from COVID while at Duke and the neighboring communities.

    Duke Law LLM Program: https://law.duke.edu/internat/llm/

  • Guides Sudeep Paul '14 and Sophia Carter '15 lead a brief tour of Duke University School of Law. To arrange a visit or learn more about the Law School's programs, visit https://law.duke.edu. If you are interested in learning more about the LLM, SJD, or international exchange programs, visit https://law.duke.edu/international.

  • Duke LLM students describe their experiences in Duke Law courses, on campus, and in Durham and North Carolina.

  • Donovan Stone ’20 withstood a round of tough grilling by a three-judge panel to prevail in the 2020 Dean’s Cup, winning the final round of Duke Law’s premier advocacy competition.

    Stone and Zeke Starr ’20 briefed and argued a Supreme Court appeal of Manning v. Caldwell, a 2019 case in which a Fourth Circuit court invalidated a Virginia statute that permits the civil interdiction of one who has “shown himself to be a habitual drunkard,” which subjects the individual to criminal statutes restricting the possession and consumption of alcohol.

  • The final round of the 2018 Jessup Cup moot court competition. Jessup Cup finalists Eric Roytman and Brent McKnight argued the case concerning the Egart and the Ibra before a mock International Court of Justice. The finalists were judged by a faculty panel including Professors Curtis Bradley, Jayne Huckerby, and Ralf Michaels."

    Recorded on September 24, 2018.

    Sponsored by the Moot Court Board

  • This year's LEAD Fellows offer advice to the incoming class.

    LEAD Fellows serve as orientation leaders for small groups of first-year students during LEAD Week. Throughout the remainder of the year, LEAD Fellows serve as advisers to their LEAD groups and help them navigate their first year at Duke Law.

  • Duke Law's LEAD Fellows offer advice to the incoming class.

    LEAD Fellows serve as orientation leaders for small groups of first-year students during LEAD Week. Throughout the remainder of the year, LEAD Fellows serve as advisers to their LEAD groups and help them navigate their first year at Duke Law.

    Produced August 24, 2017.