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Professor John Korzen

Greenwire: Professor John Korzen (’81 BA, ’91 JD) tries for double play in toxic tort case before U.S. Supreme Court

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — When Wake Forest University Law Professor John Korzen  (’81 BA, ’91 JD) makes his U.S. Supreme Court debut next week, it won’t be the first time he’s been in a tough spot. Continue reading »

Professor Harold Lloyd writes about ‘The Kingdom is Within’ in the Huffington Post blog

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Professor Wilson Parker and Laura Kidwell ('90)

Professor Wilson Parker and Laura Kidwell (’90) team up each spring to teach ‘Suing the Government’

When Professor Wilson Parker approached Dean Blake Morant in 2009 about teaching a new “capstone” course with one of his former law students, Parker said the Dean was visibly concerned when he heard the name of the course. Continue reading »

Associate Professor of Law Tanya Marsh

Professor Tanya Marsh elected American College of Real Estate Lawyers Fellow

Professor Tanya Marsh has been elected a Fellow of the American College of Real Estate Lawyers (ACREL), the premier organization of U.S. real estate lawyers.

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Professor John Knox

Professor John Knox speaks about Chico Vive conference in Inter Press Service News article on April 9

Indigenous leaders are warning of increased violence in the fight to save their dwindling forests and ecosystems from extractive companies.

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Wake Forest law professor Harold Lloyd poses in the Worrell Professional Center on Wednesday, April 10, 2013.

Professor Harold Lloyd writes about finding wisdom in a fractured world in Huffington Post blog

We need to discuss the nature of wisdom more than we do. If we can’t articulate at least some measure of what it means to be wise, how can we justify any notion of the good life or of the good society? At this particularly-difficult time when our country seems fractured down the middle, how can we not focus on the nature of wisdom? Continue reading »

Professor Eugene Mazo

Professor Gene Mazo to present Conference of the Young Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law in Portland, Ore., on April 4-5

Professor Gene Mazo presents at the Third Annual Conference of the Young Comparativists Committee of the American Society of Comparative Law, which is gathering  at Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Ore. The conference is being April 4-5, 2014. Continue reading »

Professor John Knox

Professor John Knox is a keynote speaker at Chico Vive conference in Washington, D.C., on April 4-6

Wake Forest Law Professor John Knox, the U.N.’s independent expert on human rights and the environment, and Marina Silva, Brazil’s former environment minister, and will be keynote speakers at the Chico Vive: The Legacy of Chico Mendes and the Global Grassroots Environmental Movement conference which will take place at the School of International Service, on the campus of American University in northwest Washington, D.C.  from Friday afternoon, April 4, through Sunday afternoon, April 6, 2014. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law School Professor Kami Simmons

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons to speak as part of ‘A Human Rights Conversation on Racial Profiling’ on Thursday, April 3, at Howard University

Wake Forest Law Professor Kami Chavis Simmons will speak as part of  “A Human Rights Conversation on Racial Profiling” at 6 p.m. on Thursday, April 3, 2014, at the Howard University School of Law. Continue reading »

Professor Tim Davis

Professor Tim Davis to present ‘The NCAA in Crisis: The Crossroads of Intercollegiate Sports’ at Oregon Law Review Symposium on April 11

Oregon Law Review’s spring symposium, The NCAA in Crisis: the Crossroads of Intercollegiate Sports, will provide a forum for a comprehensive inquiry into questions regarding the current state of NCAA regulations and enforcement, and an analysis of Ed O’Bannon v. NCAA and its potential implications on amateurism, anti-trust law, the gaming industry, and possible legislature involvement. Through this inquiry, Oregon Law Review hopes to formulate and analyze possible solutions to the NCAA’s current issue: how does the NCAA amend its regulatory and enforcement mechanisms to create a more efficient, effective, and fair organization? Continue reading »