Media Roundup for week of April 6, 2018
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Office of Communications and Public Relations
April 6, 2018
Wake Forest Law faculty, students and staff are quoted regularly in the media. Following are the media mentions for the week of April 6, 2018:
It’s not atypical for an incoming administration to face an unusual number of rejected deals, said Ron Wright, a professor of criminal law at Wake Forest University.
Above the Law
The GRE is rapidly gaining acceptance at law schools around the country. The full list of law schools currently accepting the GRE are: Harvard, Columbia, St. John’s, Brooklyn, Northwestern, Arizona, Georgetown, Hawaii, Washington University in St. Louis, Wake Forest, Cardozo School of Law, Texas A&M, BYU, John Marshall Law School, Florida State, and Pace. (Plus, UCLA Law and the University of Chicago allow some students to take the GRE. Such as if they’re applying to a joint degree program or if already enrolled in another graduate program at the school.)
Harold Anthony Lloyd (Wake Forest), Why Legal Writing is ‘Doctrinal’ and More Importantly Profound: So as long as we must use the…
The guitarist who replaced him in 2001, Mike Garrigan, will play instead. He came to Athenaeum after the breakup of Collapsis, another indie-rock band from Greensboro that made waves on the national music scene. Garrigan started law school at Wake Forest University in 2016. He plans to work with musicians as a legal advocate for artists.
Professor Mark Hall authored this piece for WRAL.com, following his report, “Do State’s Regret Expanding Medicaid?” last week.
Professor Joel Newman was featured as an “Expert” in this WalletHub article. He provided advice for the following question: “How can state and local governments use tax revenue more efficiently?”