Richard Lublin earned his B.A. from Duke University and attended Cornell Law School where he earned his J.D.
Richard returned to Duke from 1990-1995 to serve as a guest lecturer in law.
In 1993, Richard Lublin founded the Richard K. Lublin Teaching Award at Duke, which awards a substantial prize to a professor in the Trinity College of Arts & Sciences each year who demonstrates an “ability to engender genuine intellectual excitement, ability to engender curiosity, knowledge of field, and ability to communicate that knowledge.”
As a supporter of an endowed teaching award for more than 20 years, Richard Lublin strongly encourages other philanthropists to get involved.
Richard explains that, “an endowed teaching scholarship can mean the difference between a college professor launching a research project or new program and having to shelve the idea until they find the funding to make it possible.”
Richard also founded the Richard K. Lublin Scholarship Fund, which awards a graduating member of the senior class at Duke who is entering into law school.
Richard served on the Advisory Board of Trustees at Duke from 1988-1994 and has been chairman of the Duke University Admissions Interviewing Committee in Hartford County for 14 years.
Richard Lublin and his wife Jane are also founders of the Richard and Jane Lublin Scholarship, which gives a college scholarship each year to a deserving high school senior in Avon, Connecticut.
Richard is an inaugural member of the Dean’s Advisory Board at UConn School of Medicine.