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Professor Shannon Gilreath

Professor Shannon Gilreath (JD ’02) quoted by ABC News

Professor Shannon Gilreath (JD ’02) is quoted in the following ABC News story, “North Carolina’s ‘Anti-LGBT’ Bill Likely to Remain Despite Election of Democratic Governor, Experts Say,” reported by Avianne Tan and Veronica Stracqualursi on Dec. 7, 2016. Following is an excerpt from the original story.

District Court Judge Denise Hartsfield (JD ’91)

Pro Bono Project’s Teen Court program, alumnae featured in Fox 8 news segment

The Pro Bono Project’s Teen Court program along with two Wake Forest Law alumnae was featured in a Fox 8 news story and segment, “Forsyth County ‘Teen Court’ program prevents youth criminalization,” that aired on Dec. 2, 2016.

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Adjunct Professor David C. Smith (JD ’84) attends Presidential Medal of Freedom award ceremony on behalf of award recipient Elouise Cobell

Adjunct Professor David C. Smith (JD ’84) attended the Presidential Medal of Freedom award ceremony on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2016, at the White House. Smith attended on behalf of the late Elouise Cobell, a client and friend, who died in 2011.

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Hey Sweetie WP

Alumni, professors featured in Law School Transparency podcast series ‘Women in the Law’

Wake Forest Law, along with the university’s Office of the Provost, the Wake Graduate Women in Business (WGWIB),  the Pro Humanitate Institute, the Anna Julia Cooper Center and the Women’s Center. has sponsored the first podcast and roundtable discussion about sexism in the legal profession for the new Law School Transparency (LST) series, “Women in the Law.” You can listen to the podcast and the subsequent roundtable discussion here.

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National Moot Court Team wins region, Best Brief moves on to national finals

Wake Forest Law’s National Moot Court Team of Matt Cloutier (JD ’17), Mia Falzarano (JD ’17), and Blake Stafford (JD ’17) won Region IV of the National Moot Court Competition and the Best Brief award in a tournament held on Nov. 18-19 in Richmond, Virginia.

Fall of Berlin

Scott Weltz (JD ’94) witnesses history and the end of an era

Scott Weltz (JD ’94) shares his memories as a Russian interpreter in East Germany during a pivotal moment in history. The original story, “The fall of the Berlin Wall” was written by Kerry M. King (BA ’85) and was published in Wake Forest Magazine on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2016.

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Allan Head ('69)

Allan Head (JD ’69) featured as Tar Heel of the Week

Allan Head (JD ’69) was featured as Tar Heel of the Week in the following Raleigh News and Observer story published here on Nov. 5, 2016.

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Hey Sweetie WP

Wake Forest Law co-hosts ‘Hey Sweetie: A Roundtable Discussion on Sexism in the Legal Profession’ with Law School Transparency on Monday, Nov. 7

Wake Forest Law along with Law School Transparency (LST) has organized a program on sexism in the workplace from 5:30 to 7 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 7, 2016, in Room 3221 of the Worrell Professional Center. There will be a presentation and then a roundtable featuring six participants including Wake Forest Law alumni and faculty.

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Ellen Murphy (JD '02)

Professor Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) quoted in the ABA Journal regarding acceptance of competitive-keyword advertising for lawyers

Professor Ellen Murphy (JD ’02),  assistant dean of instructional design and director of the Master in Studies in Law (MSL) degree program, is quoted in the following ABA Journal story, “Texas lawyers may use competitors’ names in keyword marketing.”

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Margeaux Gray

Wake Forest Law Review’s symposium on combatting human trafficking to feature survivor Margeaux Gray at noon on Friday, Oct. 28

The Wake Forest Law Review has teamed up with John Richmond (JD ’98), the co-founder of the Human Trafficking Institute, to present, “Combatting Human Trafficking: Current Trends and Cutting Edge Issues,” on Friday, Oct. 28, in the Worrell Professional Center.  The symposium, which is free and open to the public, will run from 8:45 a.m. to  4:30 p.m. in Room 1312 with a reception to follow. The North Carolina Bar has approved the symposium for 5.5 hours of CLE credit.

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