Lunch with Professor Hannah Demeritt
Professor Demeritt currently teaches ethics at Duke and serves as a supervising attorney in the Health Justice Clinic.
Prior to law school, Professor Demeritt worked as a social worker, advocating for indigent clients. As a Duke law student, she interned at Legal Aid. Following graduation, Professor Demeritt clerked for the Honorable Robin Hudson at the North Carolina Court of Appeals and the North Carolina Supreme Court. After clerking, she practiced as a solo practitioner in Durham, representing primarily indigent criminal defendants at the trial and appellate levels. She also represented juveniles in delinquency court and served on the Executive Committee of the Juvenile Defense Section of North Carolina Advocates for Justice. In 2010, Demeritt went to work as an assistant appellate defender in the North Carolina Office of the Appellate Defender. There, she served as co-counsel on JDB v. North Carolina, a case she had worked on pro bono in State court prior to joining the Office of the Appellate Defender. In June 2011, the U.S. Supreme Court decided JDB in her client’s favor.
Will you attend lunch with Professor Demeritt on Wednesday, March 6th at 12:30?
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