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Anti-bullying advocate and plaintiff in landmark case to speak Friday, April 9

The Wake Forest School of Law’s student group Outlaw is hosting Jamie Nabozny, who will speak about his experiences in securing a major change to the North Carolina general anti-bullying statute for schools, at noon on Friday, April 9, in Room 1312 of the Worrell Professional Center.

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Law Review symposium explores the meaning of contracts in context

The Wake Forest University Law Review will host its annual Business Symposium entitled: “Contract Law in Context: Identity, Power, and Contractual Justice,” from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Friday, March 26, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. Continue reading »

Nationally known criminal defense attorney Joe Cheshire (’73) talks about his colorful career

When he was young, Joe Cheshire wanted to be a teacher and a coach.

“Those are my real loves,” he said, “to work with young people.” Continue reading »

Stephen Bright, panel to discuss race and the death penalty on March 31

The Wake Forest Innocence & Justice Clinic is pleased to announce that Wake Forest University School of Law has been selected as one of five sites in North Carolina to host a national tour that explores the complex issues involving race and the death penalty in America. Continue reading »

Professor Wilson Parker to chair panel as part of ‘The Rule of Law and the Rule of God’ symposium on March 23

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Wilson Parker will chair a panel on “Aspirations and the Limits of Law” as part of the “The Rule of Law and the Rule of God: A Symposium on Ethics, Religion and Law” on Tuesday, March 23.

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‘Patient-Centered Health Law and Ethics’ conference set for April 15

Wake Forest University School of Law will host a conference on “Patient-Centered Health Law and Ethics” on Thursday, April 15, in the Worrell Professional Center. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law Review names new board of editors

The Wake Forest Law Review has chosen the 2010-2011 Wake Forest Law Review Board of Editors.

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Study: WFU law school Web site ranks among top law school home pages

Wake Forest University School of Law’s Web site ranks among the top law school home pages of 2009, according to a new study.

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Dean Emeritus Robert Walsh honored by English Inns of Court

Dean Emeritus and Professor of Law Robert Walsh has just been elected an Honorary Academic Bencher of the Honorable Society of Inner Temple. The Inner Temple is one of the four Inns of Court in London which educate barristers and then call members to the Bar entitling them to practice. The other Inns are Middle Temple, Gray’s Inn, and Lincoln’s Inn. Every barrister in England and Wales must belong to one of the Inns, which continue supervisory and disciplinary function over their members throughout their careers. Continue reading »

Hear Professor Mark Hall debate health care reform legislation on March 2

The Wake Forest University School of Law is hosting at debate on health care reform legislation at noon on Tuesday, March 2, in Room 1301 of the Worrell Professional Center.

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