D.C. Summer Judicial Externship Program

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Professor Abigail Perdue to speak at Carolinas Colloquium on May 19

Professor Abigail Perdue will participate in a Judicial Clerkship Writing Panel at the Carolinas Colloquium on Friday, May 19, at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill School of Law.


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Professor Abigail Perdue’s book, ‘The All-Inclusive Guide to Judicial Clerking,’ is available

Professor Abigail Perdue‘s latest book, “The All-Inclusive Guide to Judicial Clerking,” published by West Academic Publishing is available on Amazon beginning April 8, 2017. It is currently listed as the No. 1 New Release in the Legal Services category.

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Professor Abigail Perdue participates in webinar focusing on judicial clerkships

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.

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Professor Abigail Perdue discusses teaching innovations at legal writing conference

Professor Abigail Perdue co-presented, ”Maximizing Student Potential by Cultivating a Spirit of Service,” on Sept. 18 at the New England Consortium of Legal Writing Professors Conference at Suffolk University School of Law in Boston.
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Karon Fowler (JD ’15) to clerk for U.S. District Court of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia

Karon Fowler (JD ’15) has accepted an offer to clerk at U.S. District Court, Eastern District of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. Continue reading »

New Programs Adapt to Shifting Legal Needs

Legal education is changing, growing, evolving. It’s moving in a direction cut and molded to meet today’s tests and its trials, adapting to a shifting future yet sharpening its focus on its core principles and transforming to fulfill the educational needs of a inquisitive and brightly vibrant student population.

Wake Forest Law is at the forefront of this evolution, accepting the challenges and creating a paradigm for the future, in part by offering a new clinical externship program, the Wake Forest Law in Washington, D.C., Summer Judicial Externship Program, a professionalism course for credit and a one-year Master of Studies in Law (MSL).

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