Duke University/School of Law
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| Duke University/School of Law |
|Headquarters||Durham, North Carolina, United States|
|The law school and a constituent academic unit of Duke University, North Carolina|
The Duke University School of Law is the law school and a constituent academic unit of Duke University, Durham, North Carolina. One of 10 schools and colleges, the School of Law was established in 1930. The School features programs in Business, Comparative and International Law, Environmental Law, and Intellectual Property.
After intermittent periods of law instruction at Trinity College in Durham, the School of Law was established in 1904. When Trinity College became part of the newly-created Duke University with the establishment of the Duke Endowment in 1924, the School of Law became an integral component. Among other well-known alumni, President Richard Nixon graduated from the school in 1937.
Alumni on Wikispooks
|David Addington||22 January 1957||War criminal||The "most powerful man you’ve never heard of" (2006) who was an energetic supporter of torture under George W. Bush.|
|Richard Nixon||9 January 1913||22 April 1994||US||Politician|
|A relatively independent US president who may have been removed from power because he was planning to expose the conspiracy to assassinate JFK.|
|Charlie Rose||5 January 1942||US||Journalist||US journalist whose break came after he was hired by fellow multi-Bilderberger, Bill Moyers|
|Michael Scharf||25 April 1963||US||Academic|
|Kenneth Starr||21 July 1946||13 September 2022||Lawyer||Washington "fixer" lawyer who led Whitewater and Vince Foster soft-peddling investigations into Bill Clinton. Also fought tooth-and-nail to have prosecutors to drop a sex-trafficking case against Jeffrey Epstein|