The NC Clemency Project received the North Carolina Bar Association’s 2022 Law Student Group Pro Bono Service Award.
Judge J. Michelle Childs MJS ’16 urged graduates to put people before professional accomplishments.
Recognizing significant professional
A digest of recent advocacy, achievements, and outcomes from Duke Law’s clinics
$10 million challenge grant from The Duke Endowment supports financial aid, public interest fellowships
The challenge grant will provide matching funds for endowments supporting scholarships, summer and post-graduate public interest fellowships, and loan repayment assistance.
The Program in Public Law, which Horvitz has supported since it was established in 1978, has been renamed the Richard A. Horvitz Program in Constitutional & Public Law.
Since 2018, Abrams has overseen significant faculty hiring, diverse student recruitment, and expansion of clinical programs.
The Barton Family Foundation has made a $2.5 million commitment to fund a clinic that will train students to be leaders in ending racialized mass incarceration.
Chief Judge Emeritus J. Clifford Wallace of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, received the 2022 Bolch Prize for the Rule of Law during a ceremony in San Diego on March 18.
A cohort of 11 new faculty scholars will have a tremendous impact on this law school for many years to come
Scenes from the 2020 Convocation