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Professor Abigail Perdue is participating in a webinar, “Judicial Clerkships: Why you may want to consider applying for one,” sponsored by the Federal Circuit Bar Association’s Membership Committee on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2017.
Wake Forest Law professors, staff present at Legal Writing Institute’s 17th Biennial Conference on July 10-13
July 7th, 2016 | Research | Comments Off
Three Wake Forest Law professors and a staff member will make presentations at the 17th Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute entitled, “Thriving in a Time of Change,” on July 10–13, 2016, in Portland, Oregon.
The 2016 Biennial Conference of the Legal Writing Institute will bring together legal writing professors and other members of the legal academy and practicing bar. The conference this year has a renewed goal of building our sense of community. In LWI’s always collegial and collaborative environment, colleagues will have a chance to meet, reconnect and share ideas about pedagogy, scholarship and professional growth.
Professor Abigail Perdue’s article featured in Suffolk University Law School’s new blog, Legal Writing Matters
June 22nd, 2016 | Research | Comments Off
Associate Professor Abigail Perdue has become a guest contributor to Suffolk University Law School’s new blog, Legal Writing Matters. Her article, “Legal Writing Matters: Bridging the Gap between Substance and Skill,” published originally on December 25, 2015, on the law school’s blog The Road to 1L, discusses the importance and lasting impacts of Legal Writing as a course. Legal Writing Matters features articles pertaining to Legal Writing and Analysis courses by several guest contributors from around the nation. The original article follows:
March 30th, 2016 | Community | Comments Off
Holocaust survivor and Professor Emeritus at Cleveland State University, Dr. Zev Harel, Ph.D., shared his experiences as a survivor on Thursday, March 24 at Wake Forest Law School. Continue reading »
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Professor Abigail Perdue participated in the Emroch Faculty Colloquy Series at the University of Richmond School of Law on March 25, 2016.
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