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Lauren Emery ('16) and Alexis Iffert ('16)

Lauren Emery (’16) wins 43rd annual George K. Walker Moot Court Competition

Lauren Emery (’16)  won the 43rd annual George K. Walker Moot Court Competition final round held at Wake Forest University School of Law on Thursday, April 17. Continue reading »

Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD '77)

Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) featured as Tar Heel of the Week in Raleigh News and Observer

Raleigh News and Observer Correspondent Marti Maguire featured Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) as the Tar Heel of the Week in the following story:

As a young law professor, Suzanne Reynolds was drawn to the field of family law because of the gender disparities she saw written into the state’s laws – antiquated notions she would work to change in a long career as a prominent expert in the field. Continue reading »

Entering JD Class of 2018

Wake Forest Law welcomes new JD, Master of Studies in Law and international students for 2015-16 academic year

The Wake Forest University School of Law welcomed its newest juris doctor (JD), Master of Studies in Law (MSL) and international students for the 2015-16 academic year beginning Friday, Aug. 14. Continue reading »

Professor Tanya Marsh

Professor Tanya Marsh writes in The Huffington Post: ‘A Grave Injustice to Religious and Economic Liberty in New Jersey’

Professor Tanya Marsh published the following on Aug. 31, 2015, on her Huffington Post blog: Continue reading »

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McGladrey to present ‘Learn How to Read Public Company Financial Statements’ on Friday, Sept. 11

“Reading Public Company Financial Statements” will be presented by Brandon Rucker of the assurance division of McGladrey from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, in Room 1308 of the Worrell Professional Center. The event, co-sponsored by The Business Law Program and the Office of Career & Professional Development, is open to Wake Forest Law students. Continue reading »

Children’s Law Center of North Carolina, home of the Child Advocacy Clinic, to celebrate 10th anniversary Thursday, Sept. 17

The Children’s Law Center of North Carolina will celebrate its 10th anniversary of giving children their say in court on Sept. 17, 2015, with two events. Continue reading »

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Elder Law Clinic to co-host ‘Healthy LGBTQ Aging: Strategies for Success’ on Sept. 23

The Elder Law Clinic at Wake Forest University School will co-host, “Healthy LGBTQ Aging: Strategies for Success,” on Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2015, from 6 to 8:30 p.m. (EDT) at Parkway United Church of Christ, 2151 Silas Creek Parkway in Winston-Salem, N.C. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required by Sept. 16. Continue reading »

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Wake Forest Law Review to host Fall 2015 symposium on Friday, Oct. 23

The Wake Forest Law Review will host its Fall 2015 symposium, “Revisiting Langdell: Legal Education Reform and the Lawyer’s Craft,” on Friday, Oct. 23, at Wake Forest University. The symposium will begin at 8:30 a.m. in the Benson University Center, Room 401. The event is free and open to the public.

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Community Law and Business Clinic presentation, ‘The Law of Raising Money,’ to be rescheduled

Wake Forest Law’s Community Law and Business Clinic will present “The Law of Raising Money” in the Innovation Quarter Court at Flywheel, located at 525 Vine St., Suite 210 in Winston-Salem. The event, originally scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 9, is being rescheduled. Updates will be published here when a new date is provided. The event is free and open to the public. Continue reading »

Members of The Rose Council focus on engaging young alumni

Members of The Rose Council, Wake Forest Law’s young alumni organization, have been busy working to engage other young alumni over the past year.  Continue reading »

Professor Eugene Mazo

Professor Gene Mazo discusses N.C. congressional districts heading back to state high court with WFDD

WFDD’s Paul Garber interviewed Professor Gene Mazo for the following report about North Carolina’s congressional district lines:

North Carolina’s disputed congressional maps are headed back to the state Supreme Court Monday, where the justices will be looking at how prominently the role of race played in drawing the lines. Continue reading »