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Wake Forest Law Review’s symposium on combatting human trafficking to feature survivor Margeaux Gray at noon on Friday, Oct. 28

The Wake Forest Law Review has teamed up with John Richmond (JD ’98), the co-founder of the Human Trafficking Institute, to present, “Combatting Human Trafficking: Current Trends and Cutting Edge Issues,” on Friday, Oct. 28, in the Worrell Professional Center.  The symposium, which is free and open to the public, will run from 8:45 a.m. to  4:30 p.m. in Room 1312 with a reception to follow. The North Carolina Bar has approved the symposium for 5.5 hours of CLE credit.

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Hazel Mack

After 35 years with Legal Aid of North Carolina, Hazel Mack joins Wake Forest Law as interim director of outreach

Hazel Mack has spent the past 35 years helping others through her work with Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC). And despite her recent retirement, Mack finds herself continuing to help others as Wake Forest Law’s new interim director of outreach.

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Pro Bono Project encourages students to participate in ABA National Pro Bono Week beginning Oct. 23

Wake Forest Law celebrates the American Bar Association (ABA) National Pro Bono Week with a service goal of 300 hours during the week of Sunday, Oct. 23.

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Juvenile Law Externship provides students with real, practical client experience

For a lawyer, says Erica Oates (BA ’14, JD ’17), talking to young people about criminal statutes and the burden of proof can be difficult.

It can be arduous, challenging.

“I learned that if I can get a kid to understand that, I can probably get an adult to understand it in a criminal or civil context.”

It can be rewarding, too.

Communicating with clients. A seemingly simple idea that, when wrapped in details and esoteric laws, can present myriad problems and complexities.

Offering students practical experience in communicating with clients is just one aspect of a relatively new course at Wake Forest Law.

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Journal of Business and Intellectual Property to host spring symposium on banking industry issues on Feb. 10, 2017

The Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law will focus on a variety of banking issues at its spring symposium, “Banking Law: Current and Future Issues,” from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 10, 2017,  in the Worrell Professional Center. This event is free and open to the public. Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit from the North Carolina State Bar is pending approval.

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From left, Brian Kuppelweiser, Shayn Fernandez and Ethan Clark, the overall team champions of the 2016 Wake Forest Transactional Law Competition

Ethan Clark (JD ’17), Shayn Fernandez (JD ’17) and Brian Kuppelweiser (JD ’17) win inaugural 2016 Wake Forest Transactional Law Competition

Ethan Clark (JD ’17), Shayn Fernandez (JD ’17) and Brian Kuppelweiser (JD ’17) are the overall team champions in the inaugural 2016 Wake Forest Transactional Law Competition, according to co-organizers Darryl Walton and Ben Westcott.

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Wake Forest Law named Best Value among private schools by National Jurist

Wake Forest Law has once again been named among the Best Value for private law schools by The National Jurist in the Fall 2016 issue of preLaw magazine.

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Wake Forest Law hosts inaugural Transactional Moot Court Competition on Saturday, Oct. 15

The inaugural Wake Forest Law Transactional Competition will host the negotiation round on Saturday, Oct. 15, in the study rooms and the Law Commons of the Worrell Professional Center. Fourteen teams are competing in this year’s competition, which is to be judged by area practitioners and Wake Forest Law faculty.

For more information, contact Darryl Walton (walted15@wfu.edu) and Benjamin Westcott (westb215@wfu.edu).
 
Ashley DiMunzio (JD '19) and Paige Tucker (JD '19)

Ashley DiMuzio of Whiteville, North Carolina, wins the 2016 1L Trial Bar Competition

Ashley DiMuzio (JD ’19) is the winner of the 2016 1L Trial Bar Competition Finals, sponsored by the Wake Forest Student Trial Bar.

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‘Close to Home: Comprehending Community/Police Tension in Charlotte’ panel discussion set for Wednesday, Sept. 28

A campus-wide discussion, “Close to Home: Comprehending Community/Police Tension in Charlotte,” is set for 5 to 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 28, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. The event is free and open to the public, but registration is required for anyone outside the Wake Forest University community here. It will also be live webcast here. The panel discussion will be from 5 to 6:30 p.m. followed by a student leadership roundtable and small group discussions. The event is co-sponsored by the Criminal Justice Program, Black Law Students Association (BLSA), the American Ethnic Studies Program and the Wake Forest Sociology Department.

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