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Richard Dietz ('02)

Richard Dietz (’02) receives Outstanding Young Alumnus Award from Shippensburg University

SHIPPENSBURG — Five Shippensburg University graduates received the Outstanding Young Alumnus Award during the spring undergraduate commencement ceremony May 10.

Recipients are William Craig, Class of 2000; Richard Dietz, 1999; Katherine Heatley, 2007; Coast Guard Lt. Sean Palmer Jehu, 1996; and Marie R. McDonald, 1997. Continue reading »

Allan Head (’69) receives Father of the Year award from American Diabetes Association

The Father of the Year Award is presented annually by the National Father’s Day Committee of the Father’s Day/Mother’s Day Council. Presentation of the award is accompanied by a comprehensive fundraising campaign benefitting the American Diabetes Association.

Three North Carolina lawyers, all members of the North Carolina Bar Association, will be among those honored at regional Father of the Year Awards dinners in 36 cities across the country this year.

NCBA Executive Director Allan Head (’69) and William Scoggin will be honored June 5 in Raleigh, while Robert Norris will be honored June 20 in Charlotte.

The purpose of the award, according to the American Diabetes Association, is to recognize men who have made family a priority while balancing a demanding career and community involvement. They are outstanding role models as fathers.

Head joined the NCBA in 1973 as executive secretary and has been executive director since 1981. His numerous professional achievements include service as president of the National Association of Bar Executives in 2006-7 and recognition by the NABE as the 2010 recipient of its highest honor, the Bolton Award.

He is a graduate of Wake Forest University and the Wake Forest University School of Law.

Read more about the Father of the Year Awards from the American Diabetes Association.

Allan Head ('69)

Allan Head (’69)

Steven Spencer, Wake Forest School of Law Development Officer

Steven Spencer (BA ’94) joins the Wake Forest Law development team

Steven Spencer (BA ’94) has Old Gold and Black running through his veins. His uncle attended Wake Forest as an undergrad and then the Divinity School, and Spencer’s son is named after his Wake Forest college roommate. Continue reading »

Rhonda K. Amoroso (’85) appointed member of N.C. Board of Elections

Chair of the New Hanover County Republican Party, Rhonda K. Amoroso (’85),  has been named to the North Carolina State Board of Elections.

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Emily Munn (JD ’01) and Thomas Sheppard II (’04) help man wrongfully accused of murdering a police officer get charges dropped

After nearly a year and a half in jail, Kareem Hasson Turner is a free man.  Continue reading »

Joy Truluck Scheidt, Assistant Director of Development

Wake Forest Law’s new Assistant Director of Development Joy Scheidt connects with alumni

Fundraising can be done anywhere. So what drew new Assistant Director of Development Joy Scheidt to Wake Forest Law? Continue reading »

Immigration Attorney Steve Garfinkel (’81) opens doors for NASCAR engineers

The annual calendar at Garfinkel Immigration Law looks like it belongs at an accounting firm. There are the other 11 months of the year. And then there’s April.

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Bobby Higdon (’89) works with Kosovars to help them develop rule of law

RALEIGH, N.C. — Jetulla Aliu is on an international journey to build his country’s criminal justice infrastructure, a quest that recently led him to Raleigh. Continue reading »

Alumni Profile: Persistence pays off for Terry Hutchens (’77) and Wake Forest Law

Shortly after graduating from Wake Forest Law, Terry Hutchens’ (MBA ’74, JD ’77) paternal grandmother summoned him to her house to receive his graduation gifts. His grandmother had raised eight children, was accustomed to plain speaking and lived a very simple life. Continue reading »

Kate Barber (’00) and Trent Jernigan (’00) engage in law of attraction

Kate Barber (’00) and Trent Jernigan (’00) were both attracted to Wake Forest Law for its small class sizes and passion among students and faculty. Continue reading »