In a recent announcement, the Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies has appointed Adam M. Moskowitz of The Moskowitz Law Firm to serve as Conference Topics Coordinator on the Center's Advisory Council for Duke Conferences.
The Duke Law Center for Judicial Studies works to advance the study of the judiciary through interdisciplinary scholarship and cooperative thinking from multiple perspectives. By bringing together judges, researchers, teachers, and theorists, the Center for Judicial Studies fosters an interdisciplinary exploration of the judicial process in order to help both judges and scholars better understand the judicial process and to generate ideas for how it might be improved.
Adam, who has served as a panelist in the past for Duke Conferences, is eager to make an impact and support the Center's efforts. In his new leadership position as Conference Topics Coordinator, Adam will select conference topics, interface with judges, and help coordinate invite-only seminars aimed at addressing some of the most prevalent and noteworthy legal trends and issues affecting the judiciary and the practice of law.