Site Navigation Page Content

Research

Professor Mark Hall

Professor Mark Hall appears on PBS Carolina Business Review discussing Affordable Care Act beginning Friday, Jan. 24

Professor Mark Hall will once again appear on the PBS series, “Carolina Business Review,” discussing the Affordable Care Act beginning at 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 24, on WTVI Charlotte. The show is a panel discussion of local highlights in business for the week with guests who speak regarding their particular business and its relation to economies in North and South Carolina. Continue reading »

Professor Suzanne Reynolds

Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Suzanne Reynolds kicks off Kosovo women leaders’ visit to Triad with presentation

Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor Suzanne Reynolds kicked off a weeklong visit of a delegation of women leaders from Kosovo to the Triad with a presentation, “Women’s Leadership in Law and Politics,” on Friday, Jan. 10, at the law school. Continue reading »

Professor Tanya Marsh tells Bloomberg the Federal Reserve Board under Yellen is creating a significant burden for community banks

The Federal Reserve Board of Governors that’s taking shape under Janet Yellen has a conspicuous and unusual absence: anyone with a community-banking background. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law raises stakes on Wake Law Cup Challenge to alumni

It’s a new game for participants in the Wake Forest Law Firm Challenge and the stakes have been raised. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall tells NPR it’s unlikely Alabama BlueCross knows what its risk-adjustment costs will be

Insurance companies aren’t crazy about their share of the , but mostly they’ve complained to politicians and regulators. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law co-sponsors Torts Conference with University of Sydney Law School, Emory

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA — Wake Forest Law earlier this month co-sponsored, “Torts Forum: Apportionment and Attribution of Liability,” with the University of Sydney Law School and Emory Law on Dec. 14-16. Continue reading »

Dean Blake D. Morant

Dean Blake Morant named to Lawyers Of Color’s Third Annual Power 100 List

Dean Blake Morant  has once again been named to the Lawyers Of Color’s Third Annual Power 100 List. The list is a comprehensive catalog of the nation’s most influential black attorneys working in government, academics and both the public and private sectors. Continue reading »

Professor Mark Hall co-authors study about Affordable Care Act, quoted in USA Today

WASHINGTON — Routine costs, not requirements of the Affordable Care Act, contributed to the majority of health insurance rate increases in the last year, a new study released Thursday shows. Continue reading »

Professor Tanya Marsh

Professor Tanya Marsh explores new trend in retail stores selling funeral goods in The Huffington Post

The Amarillo Globe News reports that ‘Til We Meet Again, a retailer of caskets, urns and cremation jewelry, has opened its fourth location in Westgate Mall in Amarillo, Texas. According to the store’s website, the other three locations are also in malls: Esplanade Mall in New Orleans, Towne West Square Mall in Wichita, Kansas, and Christown Spectrum Mall in Phoenix, Arizona. The existence and expansion of this retailer into malls is fascinating because it may represent the beginning of a new trend of retail stores selling funeral goods. It is also interesting because it challenges longstanding norms between landlords and tenants that prohibit funeral homes in shopping centers and malls. Continue reading »

Professor Steve Virgil

Professor Steve Virgil named Executive Director of Experiential Education for Wake Forest Law

Wake Forest Law Professor Steve Virgil has been named Executive Director of Experiential Education for the law school. He will assume his new role in January 2014.

Continue reading »