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Archive: May 2020

Law school deans discuss the pandemic’s impact on learning, community, and 2020-21

Posted on May 1, 2020

In the “wink of an eye” this spring, law schools around the country completely transformed the way they operate. They had to rapidly train faculty to teach online; support staff in adapting to work at home; assist students with urgent needs not only related to learning online but also travel, housing, access to food and Continue Reading »

Duke Law students with Justice Alito and Professor Levi.

Learning from the Best: Duke Law students excel in constitutional law seminar with Justice Alito and Professor Levi

Posted on June 20, 2019

Discussing constitutional law with a Supreme Court justice is a law student’s dream — and for some lucky third-year Duke Law students, that dream was their spring break reality. From March 11 to 15 this year, 15 students learned from the best: Justice Samuel A. Alito, Jr. and Professor David F. Levi, former dean of Continue Reading »

Bolch Judicial Institute student fellows get practitioner’s perspective on litigation challenges

Posted on September 10, 2018

It’s not often that a law student is able to help draft best practices and standards that the entire legal profession will look to as a gold standard. But several Duke Law students have done just that as student fellows of the Bolch Judicial Institute, which is now accepting applications through Sept. 21 for the Continue Reading »