Getting paid not to work

NEW YORK ( — As many Americans are struggling to find a job, some are getting paid as much as $80,000 a year not to work. Read the full story »

Verdict is in: Legal job market tightens

NEW YORK ( — Employment opportunities for legal professionals have traditionally been plentiful – and lucrative. But as the economy has dried up, so too have those jobs.Read the full story »

WFU School of Law professor participates in J. Alston Atkins Memorial Lecture panel discussion

Wake Forest University School of Law professor Wendy Parker participated in a panel discussion on Oct. 30 following Winston-Salem State University’s J. Alston Atkins Memorial Lecture in Constitutional Law.

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