Professor Tanya Marsh’s Halloween CLE event on Wednesday, Oct. 19, in Charlotte is open to the public

Photo of Wake Forest Law Professor Tanya Marsh posing in the Worrell Professional Center

Tanya Marsh joined the Wake Forest faculty in 2010, following a ten-year career practicing real estate and corporate law in Indianapolis, Indiana, including nearly five years as the Vice President of Legal for Kite Realty Group Trust, a real estate investment trust traded on the NYSE. Tanya teaches real estate transactions and property.

Professor Tanya Marsh will be a guest speaker at Mecklenburg County Bar’s Halloween Continuing Legal Education (CLE) event, “Ghosts, Graves, and the Occasional Murder House,” on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at The Rabbit Hole in Charlotte, North Carolina.
Professor Marsh, author of The Law of Human Remains (2015) and Cemetery Law (2015) books, will discuss state funeral and cemetery law using recent case examples.
The CLE training will also include speaker Joshua Goodman of Fisher Law Group PLLC, who will use horror film clips to explain various family-related statutes and laws, and Neil Jonas of Brock & Scott PLLC, who will explore various crimes and issues regarding the sale of real property.
The event is open to the public.  For more information and how to register, use the link above.