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Vote now for Wake Forest Law, Business School teams in the Neuro Startup Challenge

Teams from Wake Forest University School of Business, School of Law, School of Medicine and the College of Arts and Sciences are creating new startup companies as part of a national competition. These startups are designed to bring inventions to market to could help with a variety of brain therapies. Scott Mcevoy, a JD/MBA, is on Team 1.

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Former South Carolina Congressman Bob Inglis to present ‘The Climate Conscience of a Conservative’ on Thursday, Jan. 15

Former Congressman Bob Inglis will speak to law students, faculty and staff about “The Climate Conscience of a Conservative” at noon on Thursday, Jan. 15, in Room 1312 of the Worrell Professional Center at Wake Forest Law. Lunch will be served. Continue reading »

BLSA to host 30th annual Scholarship Banquet on Friday, Feb. 13

The Wake Forest Black Law Students Association (BLSA) will host its 30th annual Scholarship Banquet on Friday, Feb. 13, 2015 at the Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts.  Continue reading »

Professor Kami Chavis Simmons

Program lets Wake Forest students focus on broader issues of criminal law

Kami Chavis Simmons, a law professor at Wake Forest University, wants to make legal issues relevant to law students and the general public. Continue reading »

Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law to host ‘IP Strategy in the Digital Age’ symposium Friday, Feb. 6

The Wake Forest Law Journal of Business and Intellectual Property Law will host its 2015 symposium, “IP Strategy in the Digital Age,” beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, Feb. 6, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. The symposium is co-sponsored by Kilpatrick Townsend. Continue reading »

Denzell Moton ('15)

Master of Studies in Law Student Profile: Denzell Moton (’15)

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Abdullah Al Shehry (S.J.D. ’15) presents dissertation on insurance law

Abdullah Al Shehry, (LL.M. ’08) presented his dissertation, the culmination of his research and work as an S.J.D. student, to faculty and fellow students on Friday, Dec. 5. The project, entitled “The Reasonable Expectation Doctrine Knocks on the Saudi Legislative Council Door,” contains a comprehensive examination of Robert E. Keeton’s theories of insurance law. Continue reading »

Abdullah Al Shehry (S.J.D. ’15, LL.M. ’08) presents dissertation on insurance law

Abdullah Al Shehry, (LL.M. ’08) presented his dissertation, the culmination of his research and work as an S.J.D. student, to faculty and fellow students on Friday, Dec. 5. The project, entitled “The Reasonable Expectation Doctrine Knocks on the Saudi Legislative Council Door,” contains a comprehensive examination of Robert E. Keeton’s theories of insurance law. Continue reading »

Meredith Pace ('17)

Student Profile: Meredith Pace (’17)

Name: Meredith Pace

Hometown: Winston-Salem, N.C.

Why I chose Wake Forest School of Law: I choose Wake Forest School of Law because of its distinguished reputation, the collegiality of the student body, and the engagement of the professors and faculty. I knew Wake Forest was the right fit because I felt at home the moment I walked through its doors. Continue reading »

Liz Vennum (’15) receives ‘In Good Company’ award from Equality Winston-Salem

Liz Vennum (’15) was one of three people to receive an “In Good Company” award from Equality Winston-Salem on Thursday, Nov. 13. The “In Good Company” event is a fundraiser honoring organizations in Winston-Salem and surrounding communities that celebrate workplace nondiscrimination. Continue reading »