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Winston-Salem Journal reports on opening of Smith Anderson Office of Community Outreach

The following story ran in the Nov. 8, 2015, Winston-Salem Journal here: Wake Forest University School of Law has opened the Smith Anderson Office of Community Outreach within the Worrell Professional Center. Continue reading »

Veterans Legal Clinic students promote ‘veterans helping veterans’ on WFMY

Four students who are founding members of Wake Forest Law’s new Veterans Legal Clinic were interviewed on WFMY’s Good Morning Show on Friday, Nov. 6. The original story by  Meghann Mollerus follows:

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Wake Forest Law ranks among Top 25 law schools for networking

Wake Forest Law ranks among the Top 25 law schools for networking in 2015, according to GraduatePrograms.com. Continue reading »

Teddy, the winning dog of the Paw Review contest.

SALDF benefits Stokes County Animal Shelter with Paw Review fundraising contest

The Wake Forest Law student organization, Student Animal Legal Defense Fund (SALDF), raised over $300 for Stokes County Animal Shelter with their fundraising contest, Paw Review, held during the week of Oct. 25 – 30.

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Wake Forest Law students log 284 hours of volunteer work during Pro Bono Week 2015

During this year’s annual Pro Bono Week, Wake Forest Law students came together to volunteer 284 hours and 15 minutes of their time to multiple community-serving programs, far surpassing the Pro Bono Project’s goal of 200 hours.

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VALOR to celebrate Veterans Awareness Week Nov. 9-13 with free veterans clinic, Marine Corps cake cutting ceremony

In honor of Veteran’s Day on Nov. 11 and Veterans Awareness Week on Nov. 9-13, Veterans Advocacy Law Organization (VALOR) is sponsoring a number of events at the law school including a Marine Corps cake cutting ceremony and a free clinic for veterans.

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Professor John Knox participates in CEES event, ‘Road Map to Paris,’ about COP21 on Thursday, Nov. 19

Wake Forest Law Professor John Knox, United Nations (UN) Special Rapporteur for Human Rights and the Environment, and other Wake Forest University faculty climate change experts will present a moderated discussion, “Road Map to Paris – Everything you ever wanted to know about COP21, but were afraid to ask,” from 7 – 9 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 19 in Broyhill Auditorium, Farrell Hall on the Reynolda Campus of Wake Forest University. The event is presented by the Wake Forest University Center for Energy, Environment and Sustainability (CEES). Continue reading »

Professors Harold A. Lloyd and Tanya Marsh lead roundtable discussions at the 45th annual ICSC conference

Professor Harold A. Lloyd and Professor Tanya Marsh each led notable roundtable discussions at the 45th annual ICSC conference on U.S. Shopping Center Law on Oct. 30 in Phoenix, Arizona. Chris Stoffan (JD ’13) was also in attendance.

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BLSA to host ‘Diversity in the Workplace’ event on Wednesday, Nov. 11

The Black Law Student Association (BLSA) is sponsoring the event, “Diversity in the Workplace,” at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 11 in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1310. A panel of attorneys from different areas of law will discuss their jobs and engage in open dialogue with law students answering questions.

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Joseph Greener (JD ’16) to clerk with U.S. Magistrate Judge Lawrence R. Leonard in the Eastern District of Virginia

Joseph Greener (JD ‘16) has accepted an offer to clerk with U.S. Magistrate Judge Lawrence R. Leonard in the Eastern District of Virginia in Norfolk after graduation, according to the Wake Forest Law Clerkship Committee.

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