January 18th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
Professor Chris Coughlin (JD ’90) writes on Huffington Post about preventing the spread of false news
January 17th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
Professor Christine Nero Coughlin (JD ’90) posted the following blog, “Hope In 2017: Preventing The Spread Of False News And Partisan News Cycles,” on The Huffington Post on Jan. 17, 2017.
January 13th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
January 12th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
Professor Tanya Marsh‘s “When Death and Dirt Collide: Legal and Property Interests in Burial Places” received the 2016 Excellence in Writing Award for Best Overall Article by the American Bar Association (ABA) Section of Real Property, Trust and Estate Law’s Probate and Property magazine.
January 11th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
Professor Abigail Perdue is participating in a webinar, “Judicial Clerkships: Why you may want to consider applying for one,” sponsored by the Federal Circuit Bar Association’s Membership Committee on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017. Register for the free webinar here.
January 10th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
Six Wake Forest Law professors — Kami Chavis, Luellen Curry, Miriam Felsenburg, Michael Green, Christopher Knott and Simone Rose — are among those represented in the following article, “NC law professors join 1,400 nationally opposed to Jeff Sessions as attorney general,” written by Anne Blythe and published on by the Raleigh News and Observer on Jan. 9, 2017.
January 6th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
January 5th, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
Professor Mark Hall, director of the law school’s Health Law and Policy Program, released a study regarding North Carolina Medicaid expansion in January 2016 that is referenced in the following story, “Cooper to pursue Medicaid expansion by nearly 500,000 people despite stiff GOP opposition,” written by Richard Craver and published in the Winston-Salem Journal on Jan. 4, 2017.
January 3rd, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
January 2nd, 2017 | Research | Comments Off
Professor Mark Rabil, director of the Innocence and Justice Program, is featured in the following story about Adjunct Professor Kimberly C. Stevens (JD ’92), originally written by Tonya Maxwell of the Asheville Citizen-Times here, which was also published in USA Today here on Jan. 2, 2017.