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Let's DU Lunch
Twenty years later, we're still whetting your appetite. 

Okay, so we didn’t invent the lunch-and-learn, but nobody puts together plates and people like Bulldogs in the capital city.
Drake University and the Greater Des Moines Partnership invite you to the 20th season of Let’s DU Lunch, a professional speaker series that is more than just food for thought. It’s a heaping helping of connections that bring you closer to your community’s dreamers and doers.

Des Moines Embassy Club
34th Floor of the Ruan Building
666 Grand Ave. Des Moines, IA
11:30 AM – 1 PM

Questions? Contact Mark Reiter, assistant director of Alumni Relations at mark.reiter@drake.edu or 515-271-1947. 

Public parking is available in the public ramp at 9th and Locust. Seating is limited. Walk-ins are welcome, but we cannot guarantee a seat without a reservation. Reservations transferable to a guest if you are unable to attend. Registration will close when capacity is met. No refunds given for cancellations or no-shows. 

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Wednesday May 02
11:30 AM - 1:00 PM
Keith Miller, Ellis and Nelle Levitt Distinguished Professor of Law at Drake University, teaches a course on gaming law, as well as courses in the area of torts. He has authored numerous Drake Law Review articles and is coauthor of The Law of Gambling and Regulated Gaming (2nd ed.), the leading casebook on gaming law. Professor Miller is the vice president of educator members for the International Masters of Gaming Law, a global gambling law network and educational organization. He serves as vice chair of the Gaming Law Committee for the Business Law Section of the American Bar Association. He will discuss the history of sports gambling in the United States and the possibility of legal sports betting coming to Iowa and other states.
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