Environmental Law Newsletter
Read about environmental justice, adaptive regulation, novel legal questions stemming from drone use in marine science, and more.
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News & Events for Alumni
Thursday, November 15, 2018, 6:30 PM
Duke Law News
- Jean-Louis '12 comments on musician's claim against maker of Fortnite CBS This Morning
- Program in Public Law presents Nov. 15 lecture by Professor Powell: The Emergence of the American Constitutional Law Tradition
- Duke Environmental Law Newsletter 2018: Read about environmental justice, adaptive regulation, novel legal questions stemming from drone use in marine science, and more
- Nowlin, students analyze issues of equity and resource allocation in farm bill
- Game of Drones: Students in the Advanced Environmental Law and Policy Clinic take on a novel set of legal questions stemming from the use of drones in marine science and conservation
- Election returns: Duke Law alumni heading to Congress, legislatures, and other offices
- Duke Law celebrates retiring Fourth Circuit Judge Allyson K. Duncan ’75, unveils portrait
- Yates '81 named to list of tech "groundbreakers" in Atlanta Atlanta Magazine
- Kim LLM '01 appointed as justice of Constitutional Court of Korea by President Moon Yonhap News
- Girley '10 to lead venture that will broadcast pastors The Hill
From the Campus: Alumni News
In today’s charged political atmosphere, leaders who bring people together to solve problems and implement positive change can be hard to find. Scott Mikkelsen ’06 avoided the rancor that seems synonymous with politics after no one filed to run against him for mayor of Grimes, Iowa, November 2017.
- Jean-Louis '12 comments on musician's claim against maker of Fortnite https://t.co/UNIa6EfjgF - November 14, 2018
- Research by Prof. Frakes and co-author show patent fees don't cover examination costs https://t.co/EfKSs8hF43 - November 14, 2018
- Prof. Longest advocates preservation of nation’s visual character as chair of Scenic America https://t.co/PmAZKYRByH - November 14, 2018
- RT @AyaFanselow: Join us at @DukeLaw today at 12:30 for a discussion about the Irish abortion referendum with Aisling Reidy @hrw and @Chris… - November 14, 2018
- Prof. Coleman argues Wrongful Conviction Clinic client's factual innocence claim in Fourth Circuit, Nov. 15 https://t.co/gp9Jd5BVfX - November 14, 2018
- Scott Dodson JD'00 has been reappointed the inaugural Geoffrey C. Hazard Jr. distinguished professor of law at UC Hastings College of the Law in San Francisco. He also has been reappointed to a second two-year term as associate dean for research.
- LaVonne Lawson JD'90 was installed as president of the Beverly Hills (Calif.) Bar Association in September. A solo tax attorney in West Los Angeles, Lavonne is also of counsel to the law firm of Albrecht & Barney and a former senior attorney with the Office of the Chief Counsel, Internal Revenue Service.
- Mark Pugsley JD'94, chair of the securities litigation group at Ray Quinney & Nebeker in Salt Lake City, has been elected to serve a three-year term as a third division commissioner of the Utah State Bar.
- Jonathan Christman JD'09 has been elevated to partner in the Blue Bell, Penn., office of Fox Rothschild. Jon represents clients in cases involving the First Amendment, class and collective actions and federal employment laws.