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Third-year law students Lauren Emery, Woody Angle, Kaitlin Price and Professor John Korzen pose in NYC during the National Moot Court finals.

National Moot Court Team competes in finals in New York

The National Moot Court Team of Robert “Woody” Angle (JD ’16), Lauren Emery (JD ’16), and Kaitlin Price (JD’16) recently competed in the National Finals of the 66th annual National Moot Court Competition, which were held in midtown Manhattan. Continue reading »

Fourth Circuit rules in favor of Appellate Advocacy Clinic

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a published opinion in favor of the Appellate Advocacy Clinic in the case of Kent Stahle v. CTS Corporation on March 2.  Continue reading »

Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) quoted in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly about standardized tests

Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) is quoted in the following story, “Wake Forest Law weighs alternatives to LSAT for admissions” published originally in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly on March 2.

The story discusses law schools that are considering accepting the GRE in place of the LSAT. Wake Forest School of Law is in the process of conducting tests to determine the reliability of the GRE in comparison to the LSAT. Continue reading »

Professor of Law Tanya Marsh

Professor Tanya Marsh’s research on cremation featured in article on CBS5 Arizona

Professor Tanya Marsh‘s article in the Huffington Post on increased regulation of cremation practices in Arizona was featured in the following article, “Funeral homes say cremation prices could spike because of licensing bill,” originally posted on CBS5 Arizona on March 3, 2016.

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Aaron Ruffin (JD '18), Judge David Hall and Daniel Galyon (JD '16)  following the 2016 Zeliff Competition final argument.

Aaron Ruffin (JD ’18) wins 2016 Zeliff Trial Bar Competition

Aaron Ruffin (JD ’18) is the winner of the 2016 Zeliff Trial Bar Competition. The final argument in Pat Johnson vs. Keep-On Trucking Company, sponsored by the Wake Forest Student Trial Bar, was held 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 2, in the Worrell Professional Center.

In the final round of the competition Ruffin was representing the plaintiff, Pat Johnson, while Daniel Galyon (JD ’16) was representing the defendant, Keep-On Trucking Co. The case involved trying to determine who was at fault for a traffic accident between Johnson and the driver of a truck for Keep-On Trucking.

“To be a finalist in this competition is truly exceptional,” said Judge David Hall, who serves in District 21B of the Fifth Division of the Superior Court in Forsyth County. Continue reading »

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Pro Bono Project’s ‘Know Your Rights’ presentation at Parkland High School featured in Yes! Weekly

The Pro Bono Project‘s “Know Your Rights” program was featured in the following article, “Wake Forest Law seminar educates high schoolers on constitutional rights,” originally published in Yes! Weekly on March 2, 2016.

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Professor Harold Lloyd discusses politics and rationality in The Huffington Post

Professor Harold Lloyd authored the following article, “Beyond Rawls’ Fiction: The Veil of Ignorance is Real,” published originally in The Huffington Post on March 2, 2016.

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Professor of Law Tanya Marsh

Professor Tanya Marsh writes in The Huffington Post about Arizona’s new licensing laws

Professor Tanya Marsh wrote the following article, “Arizona Pretends to Reduce But Instead Significantly Raises Barriers to Entry for Cremationists,” originally posted in the Huffington Post on March 1, 2016.

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Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law announces 2016-2017 editors

The board of editors of Wake Forest Law’s Journal of Business & Intellectual Property Law are pleased to announce the new 2016-2017 editors.

The Wake Forest Law Review announces 2016-2017 Board of Editors

The Wake Forest Law Review is pleased to announce the 2016-2017 board of editors. The current board is very excited to welcome the new editors and believe that they will help the Law Review continue to succeed in the coming year.

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