Class of 2010

Wake Forest University School of Law confers hoods on the class of 2010

Wake Forest University School of Law conferred hoods on 161 graduates on Sunday, May 16, in Wait Chapel.

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Despite near-fatal accident, Amber Kirby graduates with her class

Amber Kirby (’10) doesn’t remember the night of Oct. 16, 2009, though friends and family have told her it was foggy and damp. Continue reading »

Former teacher helps build local charter school’s library book by book

Laura Dildine loved the classroom. She spent six years in one, teaching high school in Forsyth County. But when she started to see her enthusiasm outgrowing the traditional public school setting, she left teaching and began pursuing a law degree. Continue reading »

Will Morgan (’10) makes history in front of the N.C. Industrial Commission

Will Morgan (’10) made history on Thursday, May 6, in Raleigh with his argument before the “Full Commission” of the North Carolina Industrial Commission.

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Rich McPherson helps children as the first law N.C. Albert Schweitzer Fellow

Thomas (Rich) McPherson (’10) wants to listen when others do not. To give strength and comfort when others have not. To fight when others will not. To see what others cannot. Continue reading »

Tim Wyatt (’10) wins writing competition

A third-year student at the Wake Forest University School of Law has won the inaugural Court of Federal Claims Bar Association writing competition.

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Daniel Vandergriff argues in Fourth Circuit

Third-year law student Daniel Vandergriff argued an appeal in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in the case of Bostick v. Stevenson on Friday, Oct. 30.

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Third-year student Timothy Wyatt receives graduate research award in public-sector aviation issues

Timothy Wyatt (’10) has received the Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) graduate research award in public-sector aviation issues.

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Students and faculty put the University’s motto into action

Laura Dildine (’10), Wendy Parker and Grant Eskelsen (’11) are making a difference. Dildine is participating in a variety of pro bono and volunteer activities that include working with convicted felons as well as helping to start a school library. Continue reading »

Pallais, Schulte chosen as American Bar Association student leaders

Two Wake Forest University School of Law students have been chosen as lieutenant governors for the 4th Circuit’s Law Student Division of the American Bar Association (ABA).

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