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Candid Race Talk Launches College Sports Symposium

This week’s “Losing to Win” symposium, co-sponsored by the law school and the Provost’s Office, was previewed by DiverseEducation.com. 

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WFU School of Law to Host Afghan Scholar

Wake Forest University School of Law has been certified as a host institution for a new important foundation, the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan (PPP), established by the U.S. Department of State and leading private attorneys in the U.S.  Continue reading »

Pro Bono Project co-hosts symposium on Native American land rights April 7-8

Land RightsThe Wake Forest University School of Law’s Pro Bono Project is co-sponsoring a symposium, “American Indian Land Rights and Religious Freedom” on April 7-8. It will be held at The Barn at Reynolda Village.  Continue reading »

Pro Bono Project, Conversations Committee present ‘A Conversation With Robert “Hoppy” Elliot (’77) on April 12

The Pro Bono Project and the Conversations Committee will present “A Conversation With Robert ‘Hoppy’ Elliot   (’77),” a Winston-Salem employment law attorney who has received numerous awards for his pro bono work, at noon on Tuesday, April 12, in Room 1312. Continue reading »

Entrepreneur Bob Young tells students to always keep the customer happy

Bob Young cheerfully acknowledges his own attention deficit disorder. He had three baseball caps with him when he appeared on March 25 at Wake Forest University School of Law to prove it. Continue reading »

Founder of Lulu.com and co-founder of Red Hat speaks at Wake Forest University

Bob Young wore three caps Friday during his visit to Wake Forest University to talk about intellectual property. Continue reading »

Woman’s wrongful conviction shattered her view of the justice system

Beverly Anne Monroe said that before she was wrongly convicted of killing her boyfriend in 1992, she believed in the criminal justice system. Continue reading »

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‘Conversation With’ series to feature Professor Margaret Taylor on Tuesday, March 29

The Conversations Committee is pleased to announce a special “Conversation With” Professor Margaret Taylor. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Journal of Law & Policy adopts ‘Losing to Win: Discussions of Race and Intercollegiate Sports’ April 13-14 conference as its Spring 2011 symposium

The newest law journal at Wake Forest, the Journal of Law & Policy, has adopted the “Losing to Win: Discussions of Race and Intercollegiate Sports” conference, which will be held April 13-14, as its Spring 2011 symposium. Continue reading »

Innocence and Justice Clinic presents ‘Death, Lies and False Confessions: The Wrongful Conviction of Beverly Monroe’ on Thursday, March 24

Exoneree Beverly Monroe will speak at noon Thursday, March 24, in Room 1302 of the Worrell Professional Center to discuss the 11 years she spent wrongfully incarcerated and fighting to clear her name.  Continue reading »