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    DU Chancellor, Law Faculty, Students, Friends Present ‘La Legge con Brio’

    The Duquesne Italian American Law Society (DIALS) presents the 3rd annual La Legge con Brio fundraiser to benefit Panucci's Promise.

    The event will feature the musical talents of various Duquesne law school faculty, students and friends, including:

    • University Chancellor and Law Professor Dr. John E. Murray, Jr., piano
    • Adjunct Law Professor Dr. Antonio Lordi, voice and guitar
    • Assistant Law Professor Julia Glencer, flute
    • Law student Cassandra Kosmal, voice
    • Mike DeLuca, voice
    • Eric Harvey, violin
    • Qian Zi Lou, piano
    • Ginevra Ventre, cello. 

    Law Professor Mark Yochum will serve as emcee at La Legge con Brio.

    The Panucci's Promise memorial fund purchases therapeutic chairs to comfort patients undergoing chemotherapy treatment at Magee Women's Hospital.

    A student organization in the Duquesne University School of Law, DIALS provides networking for law students through social, educational and professional events and also promotes Italian-American culture and heritage.

    When:  
    Friday, March 14, at 7 p.m.

    Where:  
    Power Center Ballroom, Forbes Ave. at Chatham Sq., Duquesne University, Pittsburgh.

    Information:  
    Cost is $25. Visit www.duq.edu/law/leggeconbrio to purchase tickets. For more information, email gpecharka@gmail.com.

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