November 21st, 2014 | Community | Comments Off
Naomi Judd entered Benton Convention Center in Winston-Salem, N.C. greeting the more than 500 attendees with her Southern voice announcing, “Hello North Carolina!” She told the crowd that her husband is from Garner, N.C. so she considers us all ‘cousins’ and is looking forward to some N.C. barbecue. With boundless energy and strikingly beautiful at 68-years young (as she freely admits), she was the keynote speaker for the 2014 Home Free fundraising event on Thursday, Oct. 16, 2014 speaking about domestic violence awareness and sharing personal experiences from her life on this topic. This year’s fundraising event was the most successful to date in its third year, selling 200 more tickets than last year and raising more than $110,000.
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September 24th, 2012 | Community | Comments Off
In an effort to raise awareness in Forsyth County about the impact of domestic violence in our community, the Children’s Law Center of Central North Carolina is partnering with Family Services, Inc. to present “Home Free,” an annual benefit to end domestic violence at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, Oct. 11, at the WFU Bridger Field House.
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August 10th, 2012 | Student Life | Comments Off
Bob Rosenberg (’11) describes his semester with the inaugural class of the Child Advocacy Clinic in Fall 2010 as the most rewarding experience he had at Wake Forest law school. As the result of his team’s efforts, a young child was permitted to remain in the custody of his grandmother, in a nurturing and drug-free home. Continue reading »
December 27th, 2011 | Research | Comments Off
The law office of Iris Sunshine (’89) isn’t much different than other law offices, except for the room full of toys. Continue reading »
August 6th, 2010 | Campus | Comments Off
The Wake Forest University School of Law’s new Child Advocacy Clinic will give students a unique opportunity to represent children in a variety of legal settings. Continue reading »