Media Roundup for August 4, 2017

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Wake Forest University School of Law faculty, students and staff are quoted regularly in the media. Following are the media mentions for the week of Aug. 4, 2017.

Blue Cross seeks lower rate hike for individual 2018 ACA health care plans

News & Record

Aug. 2

Mark Hall, a law professor at Wake Forest University and a national health-care experts, said the Blue Cross decision “is encouraging news. It indicates that the individual health insurance market in North Carolina has become more stable, which means there is less reason to repeal the Affordable Care Act.”

UNC Board of Governors to consider news limits on litigation from law centers that get state money

North State Journal

Aug. 2

Administrators at UNC Law School and N.C. Central Law School also argued to board members that the policy limiting law school clinics’ authority to litigate against the government to private law schools like Duke, Elon, Campbell and Wake Forest puts public law schools at a professional disadvantage as they try to attract and train law students.

She Was Convicted of Killing Her Mother. Prosecutors Withheld the Evidence That Would Have Freed Her.

The New York Times

Aug. 1

‘‘It’s disturbing when a prosecutor with a history of failing to disclose evidence has the job of overseeing the next generation of lawyers,’’ says Ronald Wright, a law professor at Wake Forest and co-­author of a published study based on more than 250 interviews with prosecutors.

1L of a Ride: A Well Traveled Professors Roadmap to Success in the First Year of Law School- Download PDF EPUB Read Online

West Academic Publishing

June 9

Along with McClurg, the videos feature award-winning law professors Christine Coughlin (Wake Forest University), Meredith Duncan (University of Houston), and Nancy Levit (University of Missouri-Kansas City). Each video is roughly ten minutes, followed by a short self-assessment quiz.