Suzanne Reynolds

Professor Suzanne Reynolds tells WRAL that Amendment One reaches too far

After months of rallies, marches and heated debate, North Carolina’s proposed marriage amendment is less than a week away from the ballot box. Continue reading »

Professor Suzanne Reynolds discusses Amendement One differences, effects

The constitutional amendment states that “marriage between one man and one woman is the only domestic legal union that shall be valid or recognized in this state.” Continue reading »

Amendment One Panel featured on News 14 Carolina

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. — Wake Forest University law professors helped educate voters about the Marriage Amendment on Friday. Continue reading »

Winston-Salem Journal covers Amendment One debate, cites Professor Suzanne Reynolds

A proposed state constitutional amendment banning same-sex marriage would have unintended consequences that could hurt children, victims of domestic violence and others, according to a panel of legal and religion scholars at a community forum Sunday in Winston-Salem. Continue reading »

Professor Suzanne Reynolds takes part in Amendment One debate

Join Wednesday afternoon as Bill O’Neil hosts a Marriage Amendment Forum at WXII’s studio. Continue reading »

Wake Forest chapter of American Constitution Society co-sponsors ‘Amendment One: The Facts’ on Friday, April 20

The Wake Forest University School of Law will host “Amendment One: The Facts” at noon on Friday, April 20, in Room 1312 of the Worrell Professional Center. The event is free and open to the public.

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Professor Suzanne Reynolds quoted on ‘marriage amendment’ debate

Among the over-reaching initiatives to come out the Republican-controlled state legislature last year, the proposed ‘marriage amendment’ that would write the state’s prohibition against same-sex marriage into the state constitution may be the most problematic. Continue reading »

Suzanne Reynolds quoted in Winston-Salem Journal editorial calling for taskforce to curb domestic violence

Domestic-violence homicides doubled in Forsyth County in 2011 and, as if such needless and tragic deaths aren’t bad enough, there appears to be a troubling increase in the number of incidents where children are present. It’s time for a community-wide task force to take on this problem. Continue reading »

Center advocates for children caught up in domestic violence

The law office of Iris Sunshine (’89)  isn’t much different than other law offices, except for the room full of toys. Continue reading »

Photo of Brad Wilson ('78), CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield North Carolina

As CEO of Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina, Brad Wilson (’78) is at the forefront of healthcare changes

You don’t have to know where you’ll end up in order to begin an exciting journey, Brad Wilson (’78) told law and business students at his recent talk about the state of our health care system. Continue reading »