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Faculty News and Notes Summer 2016

Following is the most recent roundup of Wake Forest University School of Law’s faculty research, publications, presentations, honors and awards as of Aug. 23, 2016.

Megan Boone

  • Joined Wake Forest Law as  Assistant Visiting Professor, July 2016

Jonathan Cardi

  • Collaborated with Virgil, a career navigation platform company, to launch Legal Skills Assessment and Portfolio (LSAP) for law students, alumni and employers; presented platform and demonstration with Virgil’s Ron Mitchell on Sept. 23, 2015

  • Received the Joseph Branch Excellence in Teaching Award; presented by Provost Rogan Kersh at the Founder’s Day Convocation on Feb. 18, 2016

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

  • Appointed Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs as of July 1, 2016

Kami Chavis

  • Participated in the Michigan Journal of Race and Law symposium, “Innocent Until Proven Poor,” in February 2016 at the University of Michigan School of Law in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and participated in the panel, “Cutting Edge Issues in Criminal Justice,” in the Stanford Journal of Criminal Law and Policy’s Third Annual Symposium in April at Stanford Law School

  • Organized Wake Forest Law Review’s symposium, “Implementing De-Incarnation Strategies: Policies and Practices to Reduce Crime and Mass Incarceration,” on April 1, 2016

  • Authored the article, “The Supreme Court Didn’t Fix racist Jury Selection,” in The Nation on May 31, 2016

  • Appointed Associate Dean for Research, Development and Outreach as of July 1, 2016

Christine Nero Coughlin

  • Co-moderated the Wake Forest Law Review fall 2015 symposium, “Revisiting Langdell: Legal Education Reform and the Lawyer’s Craft,” with Professor Harold Lloyd on Oct. 23, 2015

  • Co-authored  “An Advocate Persuades” with Joan Malmud Rocklin, Sandy Patrick and Robert B. Rocklin, a follow-up to their textbook “A Lawyer Writes;” published December 2015

  • Participated in “1L of a Ride Video Teaching Series,” (Thompson-West, Spring 2016)

  • Published “E-Formed Consent: Can Informed Consent be just a Click Away?,” 50 Wake Forest Law Review 381, 2015

  • Presented, “Scholarship-Playing to Win the Book Proposal Game: Getting Your Idea Noticed and Your Book Published,” 17th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, July 10-13, 2016, Portland, Oregon

Luellen Curry

Michael Kent Curtis

Timothy Davis

  • Organized the Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law’s spring symposium, “The Big Business of the Big Game,” on Feb. 5, 2016

  • Co-authored book titled, “Sports Law: Governance and Regulation” with Matthew J. Mitten, Kenneth L. Shropshire, Barbara Osborne and Rodney K. Smith; February 2016

  • Served as Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs from July 1, 2015-June 2016

Maureen Eggert

  • Served as faculty judge for the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition at Albany School of Law on March 3-5, 2016, in Albany, New York

Steve Garland

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

  • Served as faculty judge for the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition at Albany School of Law on March 3-5, 2016, in Albany, New York

Ann Gibbs

  • Inducted as a Commnity Trustee following participation in “Leadership Winston-Salem Flagship Program” June 2016

Shannon Gilreath

  • Published, “Sexual Orientation and Identity: Political and Legal Analysis,” West Academic College Textbook Series, 2016

  • Lectured on, “Does the Constitution Deserve Our Fidelity: Lessons on Equality and Liberty,” per Provost Rogan Kersh’s invitation, for Wake Forest University’s Constitution Day, Sept. 17, 2015

  • Lectured at Harvard Law School, “Examining Critical Race Theory: Outsider Jurisprudence and HIV/AIDS—A Perspective on Desire and Power,” 2015

Jaya Gokhale

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

Russell Gold

  • Joined Wake Forest Law as Legal Analysis, Writing and Research (LAWR) faculty member, July 2016

Laura Graham

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

  • Served as team advisor to the Wake Forest Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court team that competed and reached the final four round at the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition at Albany School on March 3-5, 2016, in Albany, New York

  • Participated in several “Critiquing Workshops”at the 17th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, July 10-13, 2016, Portland, Oregon

Michael D. Green

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussion on Feb. 23, 2016

Heather Gram

  • Joined Wake Forest Law as Legal Analysis, Writing and Research (LAWR) faculty member, July 2016

Mark Hall

  • Named among the top law journal authors by HeinOnline; ranked No. 157 out of the top 250; November 2015

  • Served as the Florence Rogatz Visiting Professor of Law at Yale University, Fall 2015

  • Published “How Insurers Are Competing Under the Affordable Care Act,”  15 Hous. J. Health L. & Policy 17-41 (2015) and “Medicaid Expansion Costs in North Carolina: A Frank Discussion (Jan. 2016)” with Edwin Shoaf, J.D.

  • Presented, “Impact of Patient Cost-Sharing on Medical Decisions,” Harvard Medical School in November 2015

  • Organized a town hall,  “Future of Medicaid Expansion in North Carolina,” panel of industry leaders at the Worrell Professional Center on Jan. 25, 2016

Beth Hopkins

  • Advised Wake Forest Law’s Pro Bono Project’s collaboration with WFU athletics to present “Know Your Rights,” as a part of the 2015 National Pro Bono Week activities, on Nov. 2, 2015, for which the Pro Bono Project received American Bar Association Day of Service Award from the Law Student Division; April 2016

  • Received the Martin Luther King Jr. “Dare to Make a Difference” Award in recognition of her efforts for human and civil rights at the 36th annual MLK Day Noon Commemoration on Jan. 18, 2016

  • Received the BLSA Legacy Award at the 31st annual Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Scholarship Banquet on Feb. 2, 2016

  • Announced retirement after more than 30 years in various roles at Wake Forest Law; April 2016

John Knox

John Korzen

  • Argued in front of the North Carolina Court of Appeals in Raleigh, North Carolina, in the case of Town of Beech Mountain v. Genesis Wildlife Sanctuary Inc. on Nov. 4, 2015

  • Advised the winning Wake Forest National Moot Court Team at the Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia, and at the 66th annual National Moot Court Competition finals on Feb. 9-12, 2016, in New York, New Yoek

  • Appointed to represent Douglas Fauconier in the case of Fauconier v. Clarke in his appeal to the Fourth Circuit against the Virginia Department of Corrections; February 2016

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

Barbara Lentz

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

  • Presented a talk with Professor Andrew Verstein, “Shared Perspectives and Strategies in Course, Curriculum and Competency Exercise Design,” at Emory University Law School’s Fifth Biennial Conference on Teaching Transactional Law in June 2016 in Atlanta, Georgia

  • Published four short, online pieces, including “Cultivating Careful Listening and Community” (July 2016) for the Institute for Law Teaching and Learning, where she has been reappointed as Contributing Faculty for another term, the only Wake Forest Law faculty member appointed to the institute

  • Served on the Reynolda House of American Art Museum’s National Advisory Council

  • Served as Senior Faculty Fellow

Harold  Lloyd

  • Published Law’s “Way of Words:” Pragmatics and Textualist Error,” Creighton Law Review, Spring 2016

  • Spoke on “Law as a Trope: Framing and Evaluating Conceptual Metaphors” at Georgia State University College of Law

  • Led roundtable discussion at the 45th annual ICSC Conference on Oct. 30, 2016 in Phoenix, Arizona

  • Co-moderated the Wake Forest Law Review fall 2015 symposium, “Revisiting Langdell: Legal Education Reform and the Lawyer’s Craft,” with Professor Chris Nero Coughlin on Oct. 23, 2015

  • Published multiple posts on The Huffington Post including, “McCrory’s House Bill 2: A Brief Outline of Its Five ‘Parts,’” which went viral with more than 17,000 likes
  • Participated in the 17th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, July 10-13, 2016, Portland, Oregon

Tanya Marsh

  • Published, “Disposition of Human Remains: A Legal Research Guide,” William S. Hein and Company, 2016

  • Published, “Corpse Disposition and the Law,” Columbia University Seminar of Death, Working Paper, 2016

  • Named Chair of the Association of American Law Schools, Section on Real Estate Transactions

  • Co-launched a new property section on Jotwell, “The Journal of Things We Like (Lots),” with Professor Donald Kochan of the Chapman University School of Law; Nov. 2015, and co-edited the first post, “Property Law, Law & Economics, and Means for Researching Distributive Goals,” by Ezra Rosser on Nov. 23, 2015, with Professor Donald Kochan

  • Participated in the panel discussion, “Accomplishing Sustainable, Innovative Urban Change” at the colloquium, “Designing for Life and Death: Sustainable Disposition and Spaces of Remembrance in the 21st Century Metropolis,” on April 1, 2016,d at Columbia University

Kate Mewhinney

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

  • Attended the North Carolina Bar Association’s 20th Annual Elder and Special Needs Law Symposium, with Wake Forest Law’s Elder Law Clinic, on Feb. 25-26, 2016, in Pinehurst, North Carolina

  • Led Wake Forest Law’s Elder Law Clinic’s co-sponsorship of the “Aging Re-Imagined” symposium on March 2016 at Wake Forest University

Rebecca Morrow

  • Published, “Accelerating Depreciation in Recession,” Florida Tax Review, 2016

  • Presented, “Accelerating Depreciation in Recession,” at William and Mary School of Law on Oct.  22, 2015

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

  • Chosen by graduating class as faculty speaker at the Wake Forest Law’s 42nd Hooding Ceremony on May 15, 2016

Ruth Morton

  • Joined Wake Forest Law as Legal Analysis, Writing and Research (LAWR) faculty member, July 2016

Ellen Murphy

  • Wrote and shared tips on mastering virtual classrooms in eBook, “Engagement that Works: Tips from Learning Solutions Thought Leaders,” published by the ELearning Guild, at the Learning Solutions Conference March 16-18, 2016

  • Launched part-time, online Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree with focus on healthcare and human relations on March 4, 2016, as director of MSL

  • Authored, “Dispelling Myths about Online Learning,” on The Huffington Post blog on March 30, 2016

  • Led MSL Webinar Series, “Today’s Workplace Risks,” featuring Professor Steve Nickles and Tomi Bryan (JD ’89)

Alan Palmiter

  • Presented, “Reversing Course in U.S. Housing Segregation,” Wake Forest University, 2016

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

Wendy Parker

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

  • Participated in panel for Wake Forest University Theatre Department’s production of “Clyborne Park” on Nov. 7, 2015

  • Presented “Reversing Course in U.S. Housing Segregation” at Wake Forest University; February 2016

Wilson Parker

  • Participated in discussion with Professor Ronald Wright at Wake Forest Law’s Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society’s U.S. Supreme Court round-up on Oct. 13, 2015

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

  • Served as president of Wake Forest University Faculty Senate (2015-16)

Gregory Parks

  • Co-edited book with Matthew W. Hughley, “12 Angry Men: True Stories of Being a Black Man in America Today,” was arranged for a theatrical production, “12 Angry Men” and premiered on Oct. 15, 2015, at Kumble Theatre for the Performing Arts in Brooklyn, New York

  • Authored the Atlanta Journal Constitution article, “The Rise of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity,” on Dec.7, 2015

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

  • Promoted to associate professor of law, July 2016

Ralph Peeples

  • Coached the winning Wake Forest Law team at the inaugural NASCAR Negotiation Competition on Nov. 13-15, 2015, in Charlotte, North Carolina

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on November 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

Abigail Purdue

  • Participated in “Studying Race and Human Community: Current Curricula Opportunities in the Humanities” panel discussions on Feb. 23, 2016

  • Selected as Co-Editor-in-Chief of “The Second Draft,” a publication of the Legal Writing Institute March 2016 and presented at the 17th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute, July 10-13, 2016, Portland, Oregon

  • Co-presented, “Maximizing Student Potential by Cultivating a Spirit of Service,” at the New England Consortium of Legal Writing Professors Conference on Sept. 18, 2016, at Suffolk University School of Law in Boston, Massachusetts

  • Authored the article, “Legal Writing Matters: Bridging the Gap between Substance and Skill,” for Suffolk University Law School’s blog, The Road to 1L, on Dec. 25, 2015

  • Presented at the Sixth Annual Capital Area Legal Writers’ Conference on March 12, 2016, at the University of Maryland School of Law in Baltimore, Maryland

  • Presented at the Emroch Faculty Colloquy Series on March 25, 2016, at the University of Richmond School of Law in Richmond, Virginia

Mark Rabil

  • Participated in the Criminal Justice Program and the American Constitution Society’s co-hosted event, “Beyond Ferguson — Criminal Justice Reform for the 21st Century,” on Oct. 28, 2015

  • Participated on panel, “Human Dignity and the Death Penalty,” on Nov. 13, 2015, at Duke University

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

  • Received award for Innocence and Justice Clinic being named Organization of the Year at Winston-Salem Chronicle’s 31st Annual Community Service Awards Gala on April 23, 2016

  • Spoke on “Peace Officer” panel with Professor Kami Chavis on May 11, 2016, at Salem College in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

  • Featured in new MTV docu-series, “Unlocking the Truth,” August 2016

Suzanne Reynolds

  • Named to the North Carolina Commission on the Administration of Law and Justice (NCCALJ) by North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Mark Martin; September 2015

  • Participated in Pro Bono Project’s discussion, “Imporoving Access to Justice: A Call to Action,” on Oct. 27, 2015, as part of National Pro Bono Week

  • Offered three, one-hour Continuing Legal Education (CLE) ethics courses entitles, “The ABA Commission on the Future of Legal Services,” in participation with the North Carolina Bar Association in February 2016 in Charlotte, Winston-Salem and Raleigh

  • Served as faculty judge for the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition at Albany School of Law on March 3-5, 2016, in Albany, New York

  • Received Community Service Award at the Winston-Salem Chronicle’s 31st Annual Community Service Awards Gala on April 23, 2016, in Winston-Salem, North Carolina

Charley Rose

  • Served as team adviser to the winning Wake Forest National Moot Court Team at the Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

Simone Rose

  • Appointed as the first associate dean for innovation and entrepreneurship, July 2016

Richard Schneider

Sidney Shapiro

  • Named 19th most-cited administrative law faculty member from 2010 to 2014 in Brian Leiter’s law school report on Law Professor Blogs Network on May 24, 2016

  • Testified in front of the U.S. Senate’s Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs on Sept. 16, 2015, in Washington, D.C.

  • Participated in the American Bar Association’s panel, “The State of the Information Quality Act Teleforum,” presented by the ABA Section of Administrative Law and Regulatory Practice on Feb. 26, 2016

  • Participated in the Administrative Conference of the United States’ forum, “Regulatory Capture in the 21st Century,” on March 3, 2016, in Washington, D.C.

  • Co-authored the Charlotte Observer article, “How a hidden clause helps banks and others rip you off,” with Martha McCluskey on May 12, 2016

Omari Scott Simmons

  • Served as Committee Chair of the Wake Forest Law Curriculum Committee

  • Inducted into the MERIT Hall of Fame for his efforts advancing higher education opportunity in Southern Delaware on June 6, 2015, in a ceremony at the Seaford Boys & Girls Club in Seaford, Delaware

  • Published Delaware’s Global Threat, J. Corp L, 2015

  • Gave keynote address at the Metropolitan Council for Educational Opportunity (METCO) Director’s 31st Annual Association Conference on Dec. 4, 2015, in Norwood, Massachusetts

  • Organized new Learn@Lunch series, presented by the Business Law Program, during 2015-16 academic year

  • Received Community Service Award at the Winston-Salem Chronicle’s 31st Annual Community Service Awards Gala on April 23, 2016

Margaret Taylor

  • Authored Iowa Law Review Online article, “Midnight Agency Adjudication: Attorney General Review of Board of Immigration Appeals Decisions

  • Served as faculty judge for the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition at Albany School of Law on March 3-5, 2016, in Albany, New York

  • Invited to respond to Hon. Alberto R. Gonzales & Patrick Glen, Advancing Executive Branch Immigration Policy Through the Attorney General’s Review Authority. Forthcoming in Iowa Law Review, 2016

  • Presented Biannual presentation to the Committee on Federal State Jurisdiction, Judicial Conference of the United States, Seattle, Washington, 2015

Andrew Verstein

  • Published “The First Insider Trader in Commodities” on the Harvard Law School Forum on Dec. 4, 2015

  • Created partnership with UIBE School of Law in Beijing, China, on behalf of Wake Forest Law

  • Presented paper at 26th annual American Law and Economics Association meeting at Harvard Law on May 24, 2016

  • Gave lecture on national security and corporate law at Dartmouth’s Political Economy Project on May 26, 2016

  • Presented paper on insurance law and risk at Boston College Law on June 9, 2016

  • Promoted to associate professor of law, July 2016

Steve Virgil

  • Appointed to board of directors at the Center for Rural Entrepreneurship on March 14, 2016

  • Created with Austin Thompson (JD ‘17) Nano Startup Challenge in Cancer on March 21, 2016

  • Hosted “The Law of Raising Money” at Flywheel on April 20, 2016

  • Launched Veterans Legal Clinic on Oct. 19, 2015

George Walker

  • Served as faculty judge for the Domenick L. Gabrielli National Family Law Moot Court Competition at Albany School of Law on March 3-5, 2016, in Albany, New York

  • Moderated “Rising Seas, Baseline Issues” panel discussion at annual ABILA meeting on Nov. 7, 2015

Ronald Wright

  • Named among 20 most cited criminal law and procedure faculty on June 1, 2016

  • Received grant along with Wake Forest Assisant Economics Professor Francis Flanagan for $112,000 in support of their project, “Do Peremptory Challenges Increase Bias on Juries?,” July 2016

  • Casebook cited by the U.S. Supreme Court in Betterman v. Montana decision on May 19, 2016

  • Served as faculty judge for National Moot Court Region IV Tournament on Nov. 21, 2015, in Richmond, Virginia

  • Joined U.S. Sentencing Commission expert roundtable in Washington, D.C., on Oct. 22, 2015 as well asa new think tank to train, study prosecutors

  • Provided commentary about upcoming U.S. Supreme Court decisions at Wake Forest Law’s Federalist Society and the American Constitution Society U.S. Supreme Court round up on Oct. 13, 2015

Sidney A. Shapiro, law professor at Wake Forest University and vice president of the Center for Progressive Reform, testifies on regulatory reform before the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.  Sept. 16, 2015, Washington, D.C.  Photo:  Jay Mallin

Professor Sidney Shapiro in New York Times addresses President Obama’s use of executive orders to bypass gridlock

Professor Sidney Shapiro and University of Maryland Law Professor Rena Steinzor had the following letter to the editor, “Obama’s Use of Executive Orders, to Bypass Gridlock,”  published in the New York Times on Aug. 23, 2016.

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Professor Tim Davis

Professor Tim Davis featured in Q&A in The Daily Tarheel on UNC’s Amended NOA

The following story, “Q&A with sports law Professor Tim Davis on UNC Amended NOA,” written by The Daily Tar Heel’s Acy Jackson was published on Aug. 22, 2016.

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Harold Lloyd

Professor Harold Lloyd quoted in Charlotte Observer: ‘Courts are roadblocks to NC lawmakers’ right turn’

Professor Harold Lloyd told the Charlotte Observer in the following story, “Courts are roadblocks to NC lawmakers’ right turn,” written by Anne Blythe and published on Saturday, Aug. 20, the courts are “beginning to shine the light of day on this developing agenda where the legislators appear not to have meaningful public debate on issues.”

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Professor Mark Rabil, director of the Wake Forest University Innocence and Justice Clinic

Despite Professor Mark Rabil’s petition, prosecutors deny allegations of suppressing evidence in Winston-Salem murder case

Winston-Salem Journal reporter Michael Hewlett writes that Forsyth County prosecutors didn’t withhold evidence in the John Robert Hayes despite a petition Professor Mark Rabil, director of the Innocence and Justice Clinic, filed in July with the North Carolina Court of Appeals. The original story, “Prosecutors deny allegations of suppressing evidence in Winston-Salem murder case,” follows.

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Sidney A. Shapiro, law professor at Wake Forest University and vice president of the Center for Progressive Reform, testifies on regulatory reform before the Senate Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee.  Sept. 16, 2015, Washington, D.C.  Photo:  Jay Mallin

Professor Sidney Shapiro writes op/ed in Raleigh News & Observer: ‘The politicization of science a damaging trend in North Carolina’

Professor Sidney Shapiro wrote the following op/ed entitled, “The politicization of science a damaging trend in North Carolina,” and published in The Raleigh News and Observer on Aug. 17, 2016. The piece also ran on WRAL here.

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Professor Kami Chavis

Professor Kami Chavis featured in Time magazine about why police departments don’t always release body cam footage

Associate Dean of Research and Engagement Kami Chavis, founder and director of the Criminal Justice Program, is featured in the following story by Time magazine’s  about “Why Police Departments Don’t Always Release Body Cam Footage” published on Aug. 17, 2016.

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Wake Forest University School of Law

Wake Forest Law among schools with the highest percentage of ‘most-cited’ tenured faculty between 2010-2014

Brian Leiter, a professor at the University of Chicago Law School, has released a report revealing that Wake Forest Law is among schools with the highest percentage of “most-cited” tenured faculty. You can find the report on his “Law School Reports” blog here.

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Professor of Law Tanya Marsh

Professor Tanya Marsh explains the difference between savings and loans and banks

Professor Tanya Marsh explains the difference between savings and loans and banks to Claes Bell, CFA, a Bankrate.com writer in the following article, which was originally published on Aug. 15, 2016, and was also picked up by Yahoo Finance.

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Professor Kami Chavis

Professor Kami Chavis calls Justice Department report findings regarding Baltimore Police ‘appalling’

Associate Dean of Research and Engagement Kami Chavis, founder and director of the Criminal Justice Program, is quoted in the following Wall Street Journal story that was published on Aug. 11, 2016, regarding the U.S. Justice Department’s report criticizing the Baltimore Police Department.

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