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Meet Corri Hopkins (JD ’19)

Corri Hopkins (JD ’19) is pursuing a career in business litigation, so she can use the power of strategy and creativity to help those in need. In addition to her service as president of OUTLaw and the Environmental Law Society, Hopkins has supported faculty as a teaching assistant.

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Meet Tyler Potts (JD ’19)

Tyler Potts (JD ’19) discusses his experience at Wake Forest Law and his summer internships in conservation and family and civil law. He also talks about his involvement on the Wake Forest Ice Hockey team.

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Meet Matt Welch (JD ’19)

Matt Welch (JD ’19) talks about why he chose Wake Forest Law and what the community has meant to him. He also talks about his summer work experiences and interest in patent law.

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Meet Gabriela Mejias (JD ’19)

Gabriela Mejias (JD ’19) spent her 2L summer as a legal intern at the New York County Defender Services. During her 1L summer, Mejias was an intern with the New York Legal Aid Society Criminal Defense Practice.

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Meet Marsha Ambroise (JD ’19)

Marsha Ambroise (JD ’19) discusses her experiences at Wake Forest Law, including her involvement with the Black Law Student Association (BLSA), the National Trial Team, and the Pro Bono Project. She also talks about her decision to attend Wake Forest School of Law.

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U.N. Special Rapporteur and Professor John Knox calls for recognition of the human right to a healthy environment

Over the past six years, Professor John Knox has traveled thousands of miles, journeying to places such as Madagascar, Mongolia, and Uruguay, all for the sake of an idea.

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Professor Tanya Marsh pieces together oddities and obscurities in funeral and cemetery law

Their eyes were attentive to the tombstones basking in the Nebraska sunlight. Quite nearly hidden among the grasslands were the names of people passed, and with them, the mysterious connections that quietly existed between the viewers and the dead.

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