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Murphy Lecture: Former South Africa Deputy Chief Justice

Dikgang Moseneke, a leader in human rights, business and higher education, will speak about “The Transition from Apartheid to Democracy and Constitutionalism.”

Dikgang Moseneke, the former deputy chief justice of South Africa, will deliver the 2020 William P. Murphy Distinguished Lecture at UNC School of Law on Wed., March 18.

The Murphy Lecture Series was established by the UNC School of Law Class of 1990 to celebrate former faculty member Professor William P. Murphy’s teaching and his work in constitutional law, labor law and civil rights. This lecture series is responsible for bringing noted lawyers, political figures and public advocates to the campus.

A reception with light refreshments will begin in the Rotunda at 4pm, with lecture to follow. The event is free and open to the public.

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