Media Roundup for the week of Nov. 17, 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 Nov. 17, 2017:

How to Stop Hazing


Nov. 15

Once again, Greek life at American colleges is under scrutiny – this time after the death of a 20-year-old fraternity pledge at Florida State University. FSU has suspended Greek activities.

Texas A&M Law School joins the GRE crowd

Texas Lawyer

Nov. 15

Texas A&M University School of Law is the first in the Lone Star State to join a growing national trend of law schools accepting the…

GRE Plans For Law School Domination Head South

Above the Law

Nov. 15

The GRE is rapidly crowding in on ground that used to be the LSAT’s — law school admissions. As of yesterday, nine schools will accept the GRE in lieu of the traditional LSAT for their application process. The GRE’s domain has spread to the South, as Wake Forest School of Law will join Harvard, Columbia, Northwestern, Arizona, Georgetown, Hawaii, Washington University in St. Louis, and St. John’s in taking the exam for Fall 2018 admission.

GRE predictive value works for Wake

NC Lawyer Weekly

Nov. 15

The study is over and the news is official: The Wake Forest University School of Law will begin accepting the Graduate Record Exam as an alternative to the Law School Admissions Test effective immediately. The move makes Wake just the ninth law school in the country — and the first in North Carolina — to accept …

WFU School of Law will accept GRE and LSAT from applicants

Winston-Salem Journal

Nov. 14

The Wake Forest University School of Law will accept the Graduate Record Exam test scores as an alternative to the Law School Admissions Test scores for its admissions process beginning in the fall of 2018. The Greensboro News and Record also reported the announcement on Nov. 15.

Can Apps Slay the Medical Bill Dragon?

California Healthline

Nov. 14

There’s also a marketing problem: Many consumers “don’t realize there’s help to be had,” said Mark Hall, director of the Health Law and Policy Program at Wake Forest University’s School of Law.