Media Roundup for the week of Jan. 5, 2018

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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 Jan. 5, 2018:

WFU embraces GRE, others less enthusiastic (access required)

NC Lawyers Weekly

Jan. 5

In November, Wake Forest University School of Law became the first law school in the Carolinas to accept the Graduate Record Exam in lieu of the Law School Admissions Test to evaluate prospective students. So far, no others have shown any inclination to veer from the purported predictive powers of the all-mighty LSAT. “Apparently a faculty committee …


The Growth Of Law School Online Master’s Programs

Tax Prof Blog

Jan. 4

…require only a Bachelor’s degree, are now offered at ASU, Northeastern, Wake Forest, and Seton Hall [and Pepperdine]. 100% online…

More Law Schools Get In On The GRE Creep — But Some Conditions Apply

Above the Law

Jan. 4

We’ve reported extensively on the trend of law school GRE creep, as more schools are making the move to accept the GRE. Harvard, Columbia, Northwestern, Arizona, Georgetown, Hawaii, Washington University in St. Louis, St. John’s, Wake Forest, Texas A&M, BYU, Brooklyn Law School, George …


The promise and perils of ‘invisible’ risk pools

Covering Health Blog

Jan. 2

Written by Mark Hall, who directs the health law and policy program at Wake Forest Law School, and Nick Bagley, a health…

Finding and fixing distortive incentives

AEI Newsletter Online

Jan. 2

Speaker Biographies Mark Hall is the director of the Health Law and Policy Program and the Fred D. & Elizabeth L. Turnage…

Spotlight on harassment: Employers take heed

New York Newsday

Dec. 31

“It can be very gray,” says Wendy Parker, a professor of law at Wake Forest University…


The Best Sex Work Writing of 2017


Dec. 31

…sex workers and sex-trafficking victims, check out Alex Levy’s July Wake Forest Law Review paper, “The Virtues of…