Media Roundup for the week of Feb. 3, 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 Feb. 3, 2018:

Another Law School Jumps On The GRE Train

Above the Law

Jan. 30

Yet another law school has decided to reject the necessity of the LSAT — the traditional law school admissions exam — in favor of providing applicants with a choice…

For those keeping track of the seemingly inevitable wave of law schools branching out to accept the GRE, there are now 15 law school that take the GRE — that’s over 5 percent of law schools overall. Wake Forest, [among others] also no longer require[s] the LSAT.

SCOTUS Gives Officers Immunity in House Party Arrests > National Conference of State Legislatures

National Conference of State Legislatrures Blog — State Health Notes

Jan. 31

John Korzen wrote the State and Local Legal Center brief for the District of Columbia v. Wesby case.  He was joined by the National Association of Counties, National League of Cities, International City/County Management Association and more.

The Road Out of Debt + Website.  Bankruptcy and Other Solutions to Your Financial Problems — Banking, Business and Finance, Credit and Loan Industries

Miltech PR Distribution

Jan. 31

“A marriage of law and finance that has produced a miracle of uncommonly useful advice for consumers that is clear, candid, and hopeful.” Steve Nickles, C.C. Hope Chair in Law and Management, School of Law and Schools of Business, Wake Forest University.