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Mrs. P.J. Morant, Associate Justice Cheri L. Beasley, Dean Blake D. Morant, Mrs. Stewart, The Honorable Carl E. Stewart, and Professor Beth Norbrey Hopkins at the 29th Annual BLSA Banquet.

WFU Black Law Students Association scholarship banquet deemed huge success

The Wake Forest University Black Law Students Association (BLSA) 29th Annual Scholarship Banquet on Friday, Feb. 28, has been deemed a huge success by organizers and attendees alike. “This was the most successful annual banquet yet,” according to BLSA President Ashley Waring (’15), noting it exceeded all of the organization’s past banquets in attendance.

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Law students volunteer with Habitat every year as part of orientation.

Wake Forest Law students, faculty and staff give back to community by volunteering for Habitat for Humanity on Wednesday, Thursday

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. – Members of the incoming Wake Forest Law JD Class of 2016 along with LL.M, Master of Studies in Law students, faculty and staff will be giving back to their new community by volunteering at Habitat for Humanity sites in Winston-Salem on Wednesday, Aug. 21, and Thursday, Aug. 22. Continue reading »

Wake Forest hosts BarCares Law School Roundtable

The fourth annual BarCares Law School Roundtable dinner was held at Wake Forest University School of Law on Thursday, Feb. 16.  Continue reading »

Dean Blake D. Morant

Dean Blake D. Morant Wins Equal Justice Works’ Prestigious John R. Kramer Outstanding Law School Dean Award

Wake Forest University School of Law Dean Blake D. Morant has been selected for the prestigious Equal Justice Works’ John R. Kramer Outstanding Law School Dean Award.

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Law school welcomes the class of 2013

Spouses, children, parents and significant others of first-year law and LLM students enjoyed a welcome picnic in the courtyard of the Worrell Professional Center on Friday, Aug. 13, after a day full of orientation activities, which included computer training.  Dinner was followed by twilight tours of campus led by second- and third-year law students.

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