Wake Forest Law Review creates first daily Fourth Circuit legal blog, “Collecting Cases”

Wake Forest Law Review members have created the first daily Fourth Circuit legal blog. The blog, “Collecting Cases,” is managed solely by members of the Wake Forest Law Review

“Collecting Cases” is dedicated to covering issues arising in the Fourth Circuit.  The blog is updated daily by members of the Law Review with summaries of newly published opinions.  Additionally, each week a contributor will provide a longer, more in-depth piece on a particularly noteworthy decision.

“We intend for it to serve as a resource for the broader legal community, and we hope that it provides another advertisement of the strength of Wake Forest Law’s student body,” Editor-in-Chief Lee Denton (’14) said.

Students can share links on LinkedIn, Facebook, or Twitter if they find a case summary particularly compelling.

The blog can be found here.

For more information, contact the Executive Online Editors Matt Meyers (meyemf11@wfu.edu) or Justin Philbeck (philjp11@wfu.edu).