Media Roundup for the week of Sept. 1, 2017

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Wake Forest Law faculty, students and staff are quoted regularly in the media. Following are the media mentions for the week of Sept. 1, 2017:

Some states now require all attorneys to report wrongful convictions

ABA Journal

Sept. 1

Ellen Murphy, who teaches professional responsibility at Wake Forest University School of Law, says, “There is no question that wrongful convictions are a systemic problem.”

Goals, pride & achievements

Tribune Star

Aug. 31

While at Wake Forest, DeFrance was an Articles editor for the Wake Forest Law Review and a member of the Pro Bono Honor Society. She has accepted the Immigration Services Coordinator position at Church World Services Greensboro, North Carolina, office.

WHEN CAN THE 25TH AMENDMENT BE USED AGAINST A PRESIDENT

 

Tampa Bay Times

Aug. 29

…dealing with the subject,” John D. Feerick wrote in a 1995 article in the Wake ForestLaw Review. “These proposals were…

 

Wright & Levine on Career Motivations of State Prosecutors

 

CrimProf Blog

Aug. 28

Ronald F. Wright and Kay L. Levine (Wake Forest University – School of Law and Emory University School of Law) have posted Getting beyond Superheroes versus Trojan Horses: Career Motivations of State Court Prosecutors on SSRN.