Wake Forest Law Media Roundup for the week of Oct. 20, 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 Oct. 20, 2017:

The Case Against the Prosecution

The Wall Street Journal

Oct. 20

Professor Ron Wright’s research is quoted in this story about Manhattan District Attorney Cyrus Vance Jr.

How Sweeping Is Plan To End Litigation Over HB2 Replacement?


Oct. 20

Shannon Gilreath, a law professor at Wake Forest University, talks about the deal and an executive order associated with it.

This story also aired on WCQS-FM (Western North Carolina Public Radio).

Lloyd on Why Originalism Cannot Work

Law & Humanities Blog

Oct. 16

Harold Anthony Lloyd, Wake Forest University School of Law, has published Why Originalism Cannot Work: Lessons from Logic, Scripture, and Art. Here is the abstract.

Wake Forest MSL program offers cutting edge telemedicine course

Lawyer & Statesman

Aug. 29

Welcome to the world of telemedicine, where healthcare services are delivered digitally through telecommunication technology. To help working professionals meet the demands of this growing $18.2 billion industry, Wake Forest University School of Law has added a telemedicine course to its part-time, online Master of Studies in Law degree and certificate programs.

Best Value Law Schools

The National Jurist

Oct. 19

Wake Forest School of Law has once again been named among the Best Value law schools by The National Jurist in its Fall 2017 issue.  The National Jurist recognizes Wake Forest Law as a school where graduates have “excellent chances of passing the bar and getting a legal job without taking on a ton of debt.”

Judge Hartsfield and Wake Forest Law students visit rec center

The Chronicle

Oct. 19

On Oct. 5, District Court Judge Denise Hartsfield along with Wake Forest University Law (WFUL) students came to the Carl H. Russell Sr. Community Center to speak to the children there.