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Community Law and Business Clinic and Pro Bono Project to host an arts and entertainment law clinic on Friday, March 21

Wake Forest Law’s the Community Law and Business Clinic and Pro Bono Project are offering a legal workshop for graduating art and entertainment majors attending area colleges and universities. Wake Forest Law is partnering with Winston Salem State University on the event that will be held from noon to 2 p.m. on Friday, March 21, at the Diggs Gallery. The workshop is free for WSSU students and $10 for participants from other schools. Lunch is included.

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Wake Forest Law Moot Court team perform well at Mardi Gras Sports Law Invitational

Tee Hassold (’15), Evan Leadem (’15) and Brooke Loucks (’15) competed at the 19th Annual Tulane Mardi Gras Sports Law Invitational on Feb. 26-28. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Pro Bono Project collaborates with WFBMC Comprehensive Cancer Center to provide cancer patients with free legal help

The  Pro Bono Project at Wake Forest Law is partnering with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center  to help cancer patients with legal needs free of charge at WFBMC’s Comprehensive Cancer Center and the Downtown Health Plaza starting Friday, March 28.

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Brett Becker ('14) and Jeffrey Willison ('15)

Brett Becker (’14) champion in 2014 Wake Forest Student Trial Bar Zeliff Competition Finals

Brett Becker (’14) is the winner of the 2014 Zeliff Competition Finals, sponsored by the Wake Forest Student Trial Bar. Continue reading »

Law students, faculty, staff and alumni volunteer at Legal Feeding Frenzy kickoff on Thursday, March 6, in Winston-Salem

Wake Forest Law students, faculty, staff and alumni will volunteer at the kickoff of the 2014 North Carolina Legal Feeding Frenzy on Thursday, March 6, at the Second Harvest Food Bank of Northwest N.C., 3655 Reed St., Winston-Salem.

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Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law hosts annual spring symposium on Franchise Law

The Wake Forest Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law presented its 2014 spring symposium on the topic of Franchise Law in the Current Economic and Regulatory Environment on Feb. 28, 2014.

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WFU Breast Cancer Startup Challenge Team

John Hodnette (’15) part of Wake Forest graduate team selected as finalist for first Breast Cancer Startup Challenge

John Hodnette (’15) is among a team of Wake Forest graduate students who have advanced to the finals of the Breast Cancer Startup Challenge. Continue reading »

Mrs. P.J. Morant, Associate Justice Cheri L. Beasley, Dean Blake D. Morant, Mrs. Stewart, The Honorable Carl E. Stewart, and Professor Beth Norbrey Hopkins at the 29th Annual BLSA Banquet.

WFU Black Law Students Association scholarship banquet deemed huge success

The Wake Forest University Black Law Students Association (BLSA) 29th Annual Scholarship Banquet on Friday, Feb. 28, has been deemed a huge success by organizers and attendees alike. “This was the most successful annual banquet yet,” according to BLSA President Ashley Waring (’15), noting it exceeded all of the organization’s past banquets in attendance.

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Professor Steve Nickles

Professor Steve Nickles co-teaching unique course with UNC-W professor on HR Policy/Practice and Business Torts

For the first time, Wake Forest Law Professor Steve Nickles is co-teaching a unique class with University of North Carolina-Wilmington Professor Jessica Magnus on the topic of HR Policy/Practice & Business Torts. The course is offered to Wake Forest Law students virtually using WebEx.

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Wake Forest Law Review to host colloquium, ‘Law as Violence: An Interdisciplinary Conversation,’ on April 10-11

The Wake Forest Law Review will host its Spring 2014 Colloquium, “Law as Violence: An Interdisciplinary Conversation,” April 10-11,  on  the Wake Forest University Reynolda Campus.  The colloquium is co-sponsored by The Wake Forest Law Review, the Wake Forest Humanities Institute, and Wake Forest’s Interdisciplinary Performance and the Liberal Arts Center (IPLACe). Continue reading »