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Professor Mark Hall

Health Law and Policy Program Director Mark Hall says potential Duke, Novant Health ‘collaboration’ is significant

Wake Forest Law Professor Mark Hall, director of the new Health Law and Policy Program, tells the Durham Herald-Sun a potential Duke, Novant Health “collaboration” is significant because “these are two of the state’s largest hospital systems that are forming an alignment that covers the major geographic centers of the state.” The original story follows: Continue reading »

Professor Sidney Shapiro

Professor Sidney Shapiro writes in Huffington Post about minimum wage, fairness and equity

Professor Sidney Shapiro of Wake Forest Law published the following article, “Fairness and Equity Are American Values,” in The Huffington Post blog on Tuesday, August 11. Sid Shapiro is one of the country’s leading experts in administrative procedure and regulatory policy. He has written ten books, contributed chapters to seven additional books, authored or coauthored over fifty-five articles, and is currently working on a book on administrative expertise. Sid has been a consultant to government agencies and has testified before Congress on regulatory subjects. He is the Vice-President of the Center for Progressive Reform, a nonprofit research and educational organization of university-affiliated academics. Continue reading »

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons

Criminal Justice Program Director Kami Chavis Simmons writes in The Huffington Post: Police Reform One Year After Michael Brown’s Death

Wake Forest Law’s Criminal Justice Program Director and Professor Kami Chavis Simmons writes about the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, Missouri, her latest entry on her Huffington Post blog: Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall

Health Law and Policy Program launch featured in Triad Business Journal

Professor Mark Hall was interviewed by the Triad Business Journal about the impact of launching the new Health Law and Policy program and what it will mean for students in the future.  Continue reading »

Professor Shannon Gilreath

Professor Shannon Gilreath quoted by The Washington Post about gender neutral proper noun ‘Mx.’

Professor Shannon Gilreath recently was quoted by The Washington Post in an online article which asks the question: When should one use the gender-neutral proper noun “Mx.” as opposed to “Mr.”, “Mrs.”, or “Ms.”? Continue reading »

Wake Forest School of Law Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD '77)

Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) featured in Chronicle of Higher Education regarding her passion for the law and social justice

The Chronicle of Higher Education recently interviewed Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) about leading Wake Forest Law into the future.

The original story by Isaac Stein reads:

Suzanne Reynolds became interim dean of Wake Forest University’s School of Law last year, she hoped a new dean would bring a “fresh set of eyes” to the school where she has taught since 1981, she says. But as she was suggested repeatedly as a candidate, she came to embrace the new possibility. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall

Professor Mark Hall participates in Parker Poe health law symposium

Professor Mark Hall was among the participants in the Parker Poe Health Care Law Symposium on July 16, 2015. The original article about Professor Hall’s participation can be found here on the Parker Poe website. Continue reading »

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons discusses the rise of ‘vehicular stop and frisk’ in the media

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons, director of the law school’s Criminal Justice Program, tells America Aljazeerah regarding the recent Sandra Bland traffic stop, “In the end, however, these sorts of stops end up having disparate consequences for people of color.” Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law School Professor Kami Simmons

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons is interviewed about police misconduct by Legal Broadcast Network

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons of Wake Forest University Law School discusses in this video interview by Legal Broadcast Network on Tuesday, July 21, that police departments need to make some structural changes to cut down on incidents of police misconduct and that better training and community relations can make a big difference.

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Professor Alan Palmiter

Professor Alan Palmiter’s research cited by the Business Law Professors’ Blog

Professor Alan Palmiter’s research was used as a source for an article in the Business Law Professors’ Blog. Continue reading »