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WFU Law professor recognized as a ‘Women of Achievement’

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Suzanne Reynolds has received a Women of Achievement Award from the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of North Carolina in recognition of her work in domestic violence and in improving the law of the family.

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Death row exoneree to speak to WFU Law School students on April 21

Sabrina Butler Porter, the only female death row exoneree in the country, will speak to the Wake Forest University School of Law about her ordeal of being an innocent woman on death row and the struggles she has endured since being released from prison.

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Law Professor David Shores retiring after nearly four decades at WFU

Fayetteville, N.C., home to the Army’s Fort Bragg, and Winston-Salem are separated by a short two-hour drive. For David Shores, that trip – which took him to Washington, D.C., and the University of Iowa — lasted several years.   Continue reading »

Former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich Jr. to speak at the WFU School of Law Hooding Ceremony on May 17

Former Maryland Gov. Robert Ehrlich Jr. (JD ’82) is the speaker for the Wake Forest University School of Law Hooding Ceremony on Sunday, May 17.

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WFU’s JD/MBA Joint Degree Society to present ‘A Real Perspective’

Wake Forest University’s JD/MBA Joint Degree Society will present “A Real Perspective” on Thursday, April 9, at 4 p.m. in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312.

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WFU School of Law associate director of career services retiring after 31 years

When her grandchildren starting coming along, Faye Fulk began storing their pictures in boxes, telling herself she would make albums out of them one day.

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U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals to hold oral arguments at WFU Law School on Friday

A panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit will hold oral arguments in three cases at the Wake Forest University School of Law on Friday, March 27.

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WFU Law co-hosts national Tort Symposium April 2-3

Wake Forest University School of Law, University of Texas School of Law, and The American Law Institute co-hosted a symposium on April 2-3 concerning the Third Restatement of Torts. The American Law Institute’s efforts to prepare updated principles for negligence and strict liability claims have been in process for more than a dozen years. Now, with only a Chapter that addresses the modern developments in land possessor’s duties remaining to be approved at the ALI’s annual meeting in May, this monumental effort will be completed.

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Chief U.S. District Court Judge teaches criminal sentencing course at WFU School of Law

Wake Forest University School of Law students have a rare opportunity this semester to learn the ins and outs of criminal sentencing from a sitting judge.

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Professor John Korzen to kick off spring semester SCOTUS talks

Professor John Korzen will kick off the law school’s “SCOTUS Talks” speaker’s series for students this spring at noon on Wednesday, March 18, in Room 1312.

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