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preLaw magazine names Wake Forest Law among top for business, corporate law

preLaw magazine, a National Jurist publication, has named Wake Forest Law among top law schools for business and corporate law.

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North Carolina Justice Center celebrates 20th anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 10

The North Carolina Justice Center will celebrate its 20th anniversary on Saturday, Sept. 10, with a gala at the Raleigh Convention Center

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Wake Forest Law graduates continue to score high on North Carolina bar exam

Wake Forest Law graduates, at 81 percent, had one of the highest bar passage rates for first-time takers of the North Carolina exam in July 2016.

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‘The Voice’ finalist Braiden Sunshine, Dan River Girls to perform Thursday, Sept. 15, for Children’s Law Center birthday

Braiden Sunshine, a finalist a couple of seasons ago on NBC’s hit music competition “The Voice,” is scheduled to participate in a benefit for the Children’s Law Center (CLC) of Central North Carolina’s first-annual Birthday Blast.

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Fall deadline to enroll for the new online only, part-time Masters of Studies in Law (MSL) degree is Aug. 10

Wake Forest Law has launched a fully online, part-time Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree program for working professionals who need to navigate the law, not practice it. The degree focuses on Health Care & Policy and Human Resources.

The application deadline for Fall 2016 is Wednesday, Aug. 10. The program, which can be completed in less than two years, combines the flexibility and accessibility of online learning with the rigor and academic excellence of Wake Forest Law. Applications for a January start are also being accepted at this time.

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Professor Simone Rose named Wake Forest Law’s first Associate Dean for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Professor Simone Rose has been named Wake Forest Law’s first Associate Dean for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, effective July 1, 2016.

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Michael L. Robinson sworn in as newest judge for North Carolina Business Court

Michael Lindsay Robinson was sworn in on July 1, 2016, as Special Superior Court Judge for Complex Business Cases of the newest North Carolina Business Court to be located at Wake Forest Law.  Wake Forest Law sponsored the ceremony held in the Worrell Professional Center.

“If the ‘I like Mike’ club was invited to come on a day when it wasn’t a Friday before a holiday and the legislature wasn’t still in session and working, I’m not exactly sure where we would have gathered together,” quipped North Carolina Business Court Chief Justice James L. Gale, who presided over the ceremony of an estimated 150 attendees.

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Professor Jonathan Cardi named Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs

Professor Jonathan Cardi will serve as Wake Forest Law’s newest Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, taking up the position officially on July 1, 2016. Professor Cardi will be moving into the position currently held by Professor Timothy Davis, who has served as the academic dean for the past year. Continue reading »

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A Remembrance of Darryl Hunt to be held on March 28

Darryl Hunt, Innocence and Justice Clinic advisor and longtime friend of Wake Forest Law, passed away on March 13. A gathering to remember Hunt will be held on Monday, March 28 at 12 p.m. in Worrell 1312. A reception will follow in the Law Commons.

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Wake Forest Law to become home to newest North Carolina Business Court

RALEIGH, N.C. — The Wake Forest University School of Law will become home to the newest North Carolina Business Court, state officials announced Wednesday, March 9.

The newest courtroom should be ready to take cases in January 2017, according to Wake Forest Law Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ‘77). Continue reading »