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Duquesne Italian-American Law Society

The purpose of the Duquesne Italian-American Law Society is to promote Italian-American culture and heritage. They also provides a venue for students to network through social, educational, and professional events. Membership is open to all individuals who wish to learn about Italian-American culture, heritage, and its connection with the legal community.

3rd Annual:  "La Legge con Brio"

Power Center

March14, 2014  7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

Support Panucci's Promise and be entertained by Duquesne's favorite emcee, Professor Mark Yochum, fellow classmates and faculty members. Back by popular demand is the dazzling pianist, Dr. John E. Murray, who will be accompanying, Ms. Ginevra Ventre on cello, and Dr. Antonio Lordi on guitar. Making her debut at "Legge con Brio" is Duquesne's current 2L singing sensation, Ms. Ms. Cassandra Kosmal and her vocal partner, Mr. Mike DeLuca. Recent Duquesne law graduate, Mr. Eric Harvey playing the violin and our Legal Research and Writing Professor, Julia Glencer, will be playing the flute.

PREVIOUS EVENTS:

DIALS Present the 2nd Annual:

"La Legge con Brio"

Duquesne University School of Music, Room 206

March 15th, 2013 ~ 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Support Panucci's Promise and be entertained by Duquesne's favorite emcee, Professor Mark Yochum, fellow classmates and faculty members. Back by popular demand is the dazzling pianist, Dr. John E. Murray, who will be accompanying, Ms. Ginevra Ventre on cello, and Dr. Antonio Lordi on guitar. Making her debut at "Legge con Brio" is Duquesne's current 2L singing sensation, Ms. Mary Kate Serratelli and her vocal partner, Mr. Mike DeLuca. Future Duquesne law graduate, Mr. Eric Harvey, L'13 playing the violin and our Legal Research and Writing Professor, Julia Glencer, will be playing the flute.  

 Legge con Brio

More about "Panucci's Promise"

Duquesne law students established "Panucci's Promise," in memory of Peggy Panucci, mother of 3L Brian Panucci, who passed away from breast cancer last  fall. Various student organizations worked toward the common goal of raising sufficient funds to donate a therapeutic chair to the chemotherapy treatment center at Magee Women's Cancer Center. Since 2012 "Panucci's Promise" has donated 2 chairs in Peggy's name. The chairs benefit local women in treatment by providing comfort during their most difficult times.

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