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shuya wang

Meet Shuya Wang (LLM ’08)

Among the handbags and luggage, the sunglasses and luxury fashion-wear, there stands alone a brand – Louis Vuitton – that Shuya Wang (LL.M. ’08) is tasked to defend.

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victoria dishner

Meet Victoria Dishner (JD ’21)

Victoria Dishner’s (JD ’21) externship at the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development in Washington, D.C., gave her invaluable experience and knowledge of administrative law and its role in the protection of civil rights.

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emily harrison

Meet Emily Harrison (JD ’21)

Emily Harrison’s (JD ’21) talks about her experiences at Wake Forest Law, including her efforts in establishing a student organization for first-generation professionals.

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Meet Joey Bartholomew (JD ’21)

Joey Bartholomew (JD ’21) talks about his experiences at Wake Forest Law and his summer work at Chicago Volunteer Legal Services. Continue reading »

Alex Prunka

Meet Alex Prunka (JD ’20)

Alex Prunka (JD ’20) attributes the supportive community of faculty and students as the core of his success at Wake Forest Law.

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Alex Lowitt

Meet Alexander Lowitt (JD ’21)

Alexander Lowitt (JD ’21) discusses his summer work at the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and why he chose Wake Forest Law.

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Stephanie Raborn

Meet Stephanie Raborn (JD ’21)

Stephanie Raborn (JD ’21) connects with her family roots in Wake Forest Medical School to her passion for healthcare law.

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bella hohler

Meet Bella Hohler (JD ’21)

Bella Hohler (JD ’21) describes her involvement in the Kilpatrick Townsend 1L Mock Trial Competition and her passion for real estate law. Continue reading »

cheslie kryst receiving miss usa award

Generation Innovation

Alumna Cheslie Kryst (JD/MBA ’17) makes waves on a national platform as the new Miss USA.

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Judicial Clerkship: Meet Sarah Spangenburg (JD ’19)

Sarah Spangenburg (JD ’19) discusses her clerkship experience and how Wake Forest professors helped her reach her post-graduation goals.

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