Race, Medicine, and the Law

In celebration of Black History Month, Blank Rome LLP, Duke Philadelphia, and Duke Black Alumni hosted “Race, Medicine, and the Law” on Thursday, February 1, at Blank Rome’s Philadelphia office. The program featured a conversation about race, medicine, the law, and society between Damon Tweedy, M.D. ‘00, author of Black Man in a White Coat: A Doctor's Reflections on Race and Medicine and Blank Rome Of Counsel Judge Nathaniel R. Jones, author of Answering the Call: An Autobiography of the Modern Struggle to End Racial Discrimination in America. The panel was moderated by Edith Arrington ‘95 and Shawn Jones ‘08. A reception for all attendees followed the program.

Race, Medicine, and the Law
Pictured from L to R: Blank Rome Partner Matthew Comisky, Charisse Lillie, Blank Rome Of Counsel Judge Nathaniel Jones, Damon Tweedy, and former Chief Judge of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals Theodore McKee.

To view a recording of the panel, please click the video below.