The School of Law is proud to be celebrating its Centennial.
On Thursday, September 2, 2010, Dean Ken Gormley officially kicked-off the Duquesne University School of Law's Centennial Celebration at a reception at the Duquesne Club. "This is our law school Centennial celebration. It will only happen once. It presents us with a golden opportunity to make this law school something that will enhance the value of our own degrees, but, more importantly, give the next generations of Duquesne law school graduates the greatest gift possible-the opportunity to become highly trained, ethical, dedicated, successful attorneys, because they have attended the very best law school they could have ever chosen."
Dean Gormley interviews the Law School's 2 oldest alumni, Elizabeth Bailey (L'47) and Reuben Fingold (L'30). Watch the video.
Watch the Centennial Celebration: 100 Years of Excellence in Legal Education video narrated by Dr. John E. Murray, Jr.
Please plan to attend one or all of our Centennial Events. Additional events are still being finalized so please check back to see what has been added to the calendar.
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The Law School has recently launched a comprehensive alumni data verification project for our Centennial Celebration.
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