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Professor Alan Palmiter quoted in Italian Newspaper on academics coming to the University of Bergamo

Professor Alan Palmiter was quoted in an Italian Newspaper this week on academics being incorporated in the University of Bergamo in Italy.  Continue reading »

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons is the director of the law school's Criminal Justice Program.

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons speaks at Mass Incarceration event at the University of North Carolina School of Law

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons spoke at the University of North Carolina School of Law’s event, “Mass Incarceration: Causes, Effects and Where Do We Go From Here?” on Friday, April 8.

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From Wake Forest Law to New York City: Sarah Turner (LLM ’15)

Sarah Turner (LLM ’15) of Norwich, United Kingdom, knew when deciding on an LL.M. program that she wanted a unique experience in a supportive environment. Her adviser at the University of East Anglia encouraged her to consider Wake Forest Law because of its small class sizes and its reputation for rigorous academics. Turner is happy she took that advice. “After spending a year at Wake Forest, I consider my initial application to be one of the best decisions I have ever made,” she said.

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Professor Harold Lloyd quoted in The Winston-Salem Chronicle on North Carolina House Bill 2

Professor Harold Lloyd was quoted in the following story, “HB2 eliminates N.C. discrimination suits,” originally published in The Winston-Salem Chronicle on April 7, 2016.

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Jason Benetti (JD ’11) featured in SEN article about his position as a play-by-play announcer for the Chicago White Sox

Wake Forest Law alumnus Jason Benetti (JD ’11) was featured in the following story, “Jason Benetti makes broadcasting history,” originally published on SEN on April 5, 2016.

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AAJ Trial Team exhibits outstanding performance in New Orleans

The Wake Forest Law American Association for Justice Trial Team finished strong in the National Finals held in New Orleans April 1-3. The team had their most accomplished season in school history, finishing as semifinalists with a No. 3 national ranking out of 224 teams in the country. The team consisted of Captain Joshua Bussen (JD ’16), Mia Falzarano (JD ’17), Carson Smith (JD ’16) and Zabrina Delgado (JD ’16).

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David Smith

Adjunct Professor David C. Smith (JD ’84) published in Law360 discussing Native American land allotment

Adjunct Professor David C. Smith (JD ’84) authored the following article, “The Current Battle Over Native American Land Allotment,” originally published on Law360 on April 1, 2016.

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Pro Bono Project presents a JOINT clinic: Wills and Advance Directives on Friday, April 8

Wake Forest University School of Law’s Pro Bono Project is hosting a Joint Clinic for Advance Directives and Wills for members of Shiloh Baptist Church and the greater community from 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 8 in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. Trained students, under the supervision of licensed attorneys, will assist clients in completing their legal paperwork.

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Wake Forest Law Review Symposium on Implementing De-Incarceration Strategies featured on PrawfsBlawg

The Wake Forest Law Review‘s 2016 spring symposium, “Implementing De-Incarceration Strategies: Policies and Practices to Reduce Crime and Mass Incarceration,” was featured in the following blog post, “Rethinking Criminal Procedure in the Age of Mass Incarceration,” published originally in PrawfsBlawg on April 2, 2016. Professors Kami Simmons and Ron Wright were also mentioned in the blog post.

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Wake Forest Law Review ranked number 41 in the country by PrawfsBlawg

Wake Forest Law Review was listed as number 41 out of the 100 best law reviews in the country in the following article, “2016 Meta-Ranking of Flagship U.S. Law Reviews,” originally published on PrawfsBlawg on April 4, 2016.

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