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Matthew B. Efird (’06) elected to North Carolina Motorsports Association’s Board of Directors

Matthew B. Efird (’06), an attorney with Robinson Bradshaw & Hinson, P.A., has been elected to the North Carolina Motorsports Association’s (NCMA) Board of Directors, where he will serve a three-year term. Continue reading »

Melissa Hatfield (’94) named Director of Labor Relations for U.S. Government Printing Office

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Government Printing Office (GPO) names Melissa Hatfield (’94), a native of Logan, as Director of Labor Relations. In this position, Hatfield oversees the Labor Relations program at GPO that involves 12 unions. She advises management and is responsible for the negotiation of all labor-management agreements and the representation of management in the resolution of grievances.

Marc Rigsby (’12) and Bennett Rainey (’12) partner to launch line of colorful laces

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Marc Rigsby (’12) is an idea person, the kind of guy who enjoys sitting around and brainstorming business plans. Continue reading »

Dean Blake Morant and Jeff Whittle ('91)

Jeff Whittle (’91) makes a case for the Lonestar State

Texas a few years ago ran a seemingly ubiquitous ad promoting the state — its natural resources and its disparate topography, its diverse demographics and its regional yet universally craved food. Continue reading »

Susan Sparks (’87) says ‘laughter can heal’

A low-fat diet and regular exercise. A light touch with the salt shaker. A good ol’ belly laugh.

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Carole and Brad Wilson ('78)

Brad and Carole Wilson give $1 million to fund scholarships, Career and Professional Development Center

Brad and Carole Wilson have given $1 million to the Wake Forest School of Law. The Wilsons’ generosity will address two priorities for the law school: transforming The Worrell Professional Center to meet the changing needs of law students, and providing endowed scholarships.

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Brad Wilson (’78) to deliver commencement address at Bladen Community College

DUBLIN — Brad Wilson (’78), president and CEO of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina, will be the commencement speaker at  7:30 p.m. on Friday, May 10, at Bladen Community College’s curriculum graduation.  Continue reading »

Chief District Court Judge William Reingold (’83) to retire after 27 years on the bench in Forsyth County

William Reingold (’83), the chief District Court judge in Forsyth County, will retire at the end of October after 27 years on the bench.  Continue reading »

Three hours of free Continuing Legal Education being offered on old Wake Forest campus on Friday, May 10

WAKE FOREST, N.C. — Wake Forest University will provide three hours of free Continuing Legal Education (CLE) beginning at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 10, at the Wake Forest Historical Museum, 414 N. Main Street, on the old campus. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law co-hosts General Counsel Summit with Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC

Wake Forest Law co-hosted its first General Counsel Summit for alumni on Friday, April 19, with Spilman Thomas & Battle, PLLC. The conference addressed top issues facing corporate counsels today and the impact on their business or organization including technology, intellectual property, social media and data privacy, among others. Continue reading »