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Mike Stephens (JD ’18) wins 45th annual George K. Walker Moot Court Competition

Mike Stephens  (JD ’18), a native of Chattanooga, Tennessee, won the 45th annual George K. Walker Moot Court Competition final round on Friday, April 15, in the Worrell Professional Center.

Stephens argued in opposition of Malcolm Boyd  (JD ’18), a native of Hartsville, South Carolina, who was named runner-up of the competition.  Continue reading »

Hooding Ceremony

Professor Rebecca Morrow and Maria Nkonge (JD/M.Div ’16) chosen to speak at 2016 Hooding Ceremony

The Wake Forest Law Class of 2016 has chosen Professor Rebecca Morrow and Maria Nkonge (JD/M.Div ’16) to be the speakers for the Wake Forest University School of Law Hooding Ceremony on Sunday, May 15, 2016.

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45th Walker Moot Court Competition finals set for Friday, April 15

The Wake Forest Moot Court has announced its first-year finalists for the 45th Walker Moot Court Competition. The semi-final rounds will be held at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 14.  The final round will be held at 3 p.m. Friday, April 15, Room 1312 of the Worrell Professional Center. Continue reading »


Graduation Profile: Alena Baker Mosier (JD ’16)

Student Profile: Alena Baker Mosier (JD ’16)

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Class of 2016 wins Pro Bono Project Competition for 2015-2016 academic year

Wake Forest Law’s Pro Bono Project will celebrate the Class of 2016 as the winners of the class that logged the most pro bono hours over the 2015-2016 school year with a barbecue dinner at 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 12, in the Law Commons.

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AAJ Trial Team exhibits outstanding performance in New Orleans

The Wake Forest Law American Association for Justice Trial Team finished strong in the National Finals held in New Orleans April 1-3. The team had their most accomplished season in school history, finishing as semifinalists with a No. 3 national ranking out of 224 teams in the country. The team consisted of Captain Joshua Bussen (JD ’16), Mia Falzarano (JD ’17), Carson Smith (JD ’16) and Zabrina Delgado (JD ’16).

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Pro Bono Project presents a JOINT clinic: Wills and Advance Directives on Friday, April 8

Wake Forest University School of Law’s Pro Bono Project is hosting a Joint Clinic for Advance Directives and Wills for members of Shiloh Baptist Church and the greater community from 1 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Friday, April 8 in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. Trained students, under the supervision of licensed attorneys, will assist clients in completing their legal paperwork.

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Student Profile: Crystal Richmond (MSL ’16)

Hometown: Memphis, Tennessee

Undergraduate school and major: I attended undergraduate at the University of Memphis where I earned a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a minor in criminal justice.

Why I chose to pursue the MSL degree: I decided to pursue Wake Forest Law’s Master of Studies in Law degree because of the flexibility of distance learning while still being able to develop analytical and reasoning skills.

What I like about Wake Forest Law’s MSL: The courses are aggressively up-to-date. Each topic receives careful and comprehensive treatment. While some courses may be challenging, they also provide a great thought-provoking learning experience. They also provide a well-rounded, but in-depth understanding of the law. I enjoy having an environment where I can work with professionals from all over the world, rich online databases and online tools combined with the possibility to study from wherever I am. I can travel with my studies and learn at any time of the day. All I need is dedication and a computer.

Applying MSL to my career: The program is very well devised: coherent and wide-ranging. More importantly, it is rigorous and challenging and the professors are amazingly helpful. Upon completion of the program, I will have a new horizon of career options. Through the program I have been able to obtain a more in-depth knowledge of law for certain areas that are of interest to me. The skills and knowledge I have gained so far have proven to be most valuable to me in my position as a paralegal and a small business owner. I am very glad that I opted for this program.


Wake Forest Community Law and Business Clinic mentioned in Triad Business Journal article about the New Ventures Challenge 2016

Wake Forest Community Law and Business Clinic was mentioned in the following article, “Flywheel business idea competition to award $400K in seed funding,” originally published in the Triad Business Journal on March 23, 2016. Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law Review to host ‘Implementing De-Incarceration Strategies: Policies and Practices to Reduce Crime and Mass Incarceration’ on Friday, April 1

The Wake Forest Law Review will present “Implementing De-Incarnation Strategies: Policies and Practices to Reduce Crime and Mass Incarceration” from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Friday, April 1, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. The event is free and open to the public. The North Carolina State Bar Association has approved 5.25 hours of free Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credit for this year’s symposium. The keynote speaker of event will also be live webcast from 11:35 a.m. to 12:20 p.m. at this link.

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