Dick Schneider

Group photo of members of the Moldova Congressional Delegation in Raleigh

Congressional delegation from Moldova to visit Wake Forest Law on Thursday, Oct. 2

A U.S. Congressional Open World Delegation from Moldova is scheduled to visit Wake Forest Law on Thursday, Oct. 2, as part of Adjunct Professor Ellen Gelbin’s arbitration and mediation course.

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International Programs Department hosts first “Lunch & Learn”: Law Enforcement in Kosovo, South Korea, and Palestine

The Wake Forest Law International Programs department held its first Lunch & Learn of the semester on Tuesday, Oct. 8.

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Assistant Dean Richard Schneider blasts North Carolina lawmakers for not protecting water quality in Charlotte Observer op-ed

If you ever saw “The Last of the Mohicans” with Daniel Day Lewis, then you watched a magnificent waterfall scene filmed in North Carolina. Our water resources draw not only cinema but a large economy focused on tourism and recreation. Of course, we also need water to drink and for other practical uses. In short, water is one of our most precious resources whether in the mountains, the Piedmont, Down East, or on the coast. Continue reading »

Group photo of students who study the laws to help bring legal reforms to Kosovo

LL.M. students study U.S. laws to help bring legal reforms to Kosovo

Coming of age in Serbian-controlled Kosovo, Kreshnik Radoniqi risked everything for his education. Continue reading »

Three hours of free Continuing Legal Education being offered on old Wake Forest campus on Friday, May 10

WAKE FOREST, N.C. — Wake Forest University will provide three hours of free Continuing Legal Education (CLE) beginning at 1 p.m. on Friday, May 10, at the Wake Forest Historical Museum, 414 N. Main Street, on the old campus. Continue reading »

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Washington, D.C., Metropolitan Externship Profile: Lauren Tozzi (’11)

When it came to keeping up with shows at the Kennedy Center or knowing the newest restaurants, Lauren Tozzi (’11) was a Washington insider.

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School of Law names new associate dean for international affairs and new director of international programs

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TTVA to pay $5B in bad air case

Professor Dick Schneider is quoted in The Charlotte Observer on the environmental impact of rulings on recent Clean Air Act violations.  Continue reading »

Spring Semester SCOTUS Talks Have Begun

The law school recently introduced a new speaker’s series for students this fall entitled “SCOTUS Talks.” Law faculty members will discuss recent and pending Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) cases throughout the academic year. The talks will be Wednesday or Thursday at noon during the activities hour in the large courtroom with food provided. Students will have the opportunity to raise questions about the implications of these important cases.

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Faculty News and Notes for December 2007

Following is the most recent roundup of Wake Forest University School of Law’s faculty research, publications, presentations, honors and awards. Continue reading »