Knowledge at Work: A Conversation with LEHS Graduates

UB Student Center
lounge, 2nd fl

The Division of Legal, Ethical and Historical Studies (LEHS) in the Yale Gordon College of Arts and Sciences will host its seventh annual “Knowledge at Work: A Conversation with LEHS Graduates." Anyone interested in connecting with alumni of the History, Jurisprudence and Legal Studies programs is welcome. The event is free and open to the public, but please RSVP by Friday October 25. Light refreshments will be served.


  • Domonique Flowers, Esq., B.A. ’05 (Jurisprudence)
    Domonique practiced law in Baltimore before joining the Social Security Administration. He is pursuing a master's degree in history at UMBC.
  • Toni Martsoukos, B.A. ‘97 (Jurisprudence) and M.A. ’00 (Legal and Ethical Studies)
    Toni is an academic program coordinator for the College of Arts and Sciences and adjunct faculty at UB.
  • Clif McClain, B.A. ’11 (History)
    Clif is a student at UB Law School. 
  • D'Juan (DJ) Nash, B.A. ’13 (History)
    DJ is director of the library at Southwest Baltimore Charter School.

Contact Name:
Ms. Favour Okhuevbie
Contact Email:

Appropriate accommodations for individuals with disabilities will be provided upon request 10 days prior to a campus event and 30 days prior to an event requiring travel.

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