Recap of 2021 Commencement
The School of Law hosted its 107th Commencement exercises on Sunday, May 16, 2021. The day began with a livestreamed Baccalaureate Mass.
The Commencement ceremony was held in-person at the Cooper Fieldhouse, with masking and social distancing requirements. This event was also livestreamed.
Duquesne President Ken Gormley, former dean of the law school, confered the degrees and Dean April Mara Barton presided. 157 students participated. Judge Kim Berkeley Clark was the event's distinguished speaker.
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