Duke law students were briefed on the legal, personal, and cultural issues faced by victims of domestic violence during an October 18 discussion at the Law School. Sebastian Kielmanovich ’04, a prosecutor with Wilmington’s district attorney’s office, Suzanne Chester, managing partner of the domestic violence unit of Legal Aid of North Carolina, and Teandra Miller, director of the agency’s Battered Immigrants Project took part in a panel sponsored by the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Advocacy Project.
Recorded on October 18, 2006.
Lecture titled: Domestic Violence & the Legal System.
Appearing: Sebastian Kielmanovich (Assistant DA, Pender County), TeAndra Miller (Director, Battered Immigrant Project), speaker.