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Faculty News – Summer 2005

Marcia Baker’s CALI lesson on Attorney General Materials was recently published online.

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May Faculty News

Jennifer Collins will be presenting her paper, "Crime and Parenthood:  The Uneasy Case for Prosecuting Negligent Parents," at the May Gathering, an annual meeting at Georgetown Law School of young faculty members from law schools across the country. Locally, she will be one of the speakers at a discussion on the “American Jury System” at the monthly Forsyth County Bar Association meeting on Monday, May 9.

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Faculty News – April 2005

Carol Anderson will be participating in the Advanced Capital College from April 20-22.  This program is sponsored by the Center for Death Penalty Litigation and the NC Academy of Trial Lawyers in Raleigh.  "Students" in the course are lawyers who actually have pending death penalty cases. 

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Wake Forest Trial and Moot Court Teams Make Strong Showings in Spring Competitions

The exceptional advocacy talents of Wake Forest students have been on display at various trial and moot court competitions during the  spring semester.  Of course, the participating students, along with supporting faculty members and coaches, have invested large amounts of time and energy throughout the year to yield successful and praiseworthy results at each competition.

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Final Round of 2005 Walker Moot Court Competition

The 2005 George K. Walker Moot Court Competition will be held on Wednesday, April 13, beginning at 4:00 pm in the Law School Courtroom, Room 1312.

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Law School Faculty News

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