Ellen Murphy

Photo of Wake Forest Law Assistant Dean of Instructional Technologies and Design Ellen Murphy (JD '02) outside the Worrell Professional Center

Professor Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) quoted in ABA Journal regarding professional responsibility

Professor Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) is quoted in the following story, “Lawyers should tread carefully before quitting a troublesome client,” published in the American Bar Association Journal on April 1, 2017.

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Professor Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) co-authors interactive casebook on professionalism

Assistant Dean of Instructional Technologies and Design Ellen Murphy (JD ’02), director of the Master of Studies in Law degree program, has co-authored the textbook, “Professional Responsibility: A Contemporary Approach (3d),” part of a West Academic Publishing Interactive Casebook series.

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Masters of Studies in Law (MSL) degree director featured in U.S. News and World Report article about online legal education

Wake Forest Law’s Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree and certificate program director is featured in a U.S. News and World Report article about JD programs embracing online education.

Ellen Murphy, who is also assistant dean of instructional technologies and design for the law school, is featured in the following portion of the U.S. News and Report article, “Law Schools Experiment with Partially Online Learning,” published by Jordan Friedman on Nov. 7, 2016, that follows:

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Wake Forest Law launches new online certificate in Workplace Legal Fundamentals as part of Master in Studies of Law degree program

Wake Forest Law will offer an online certificate in “Workplace Legal Fundamentals” beginning in January 2017 as part of its Master of Studies in Law degree program.

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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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Fall deadline to enroll for the new online only, part-time Masters of Studies in Law (MSL) degree is Aug. 10

Wake Forest Law has launched a fully online, part-time Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree program for working professionals who need to navigate the law, not practice it. The degree focuses on Health Care & Policy and Human Resources.

The application deadline for Fall 2016 is Wednesday, Aug. 10. The program, which can be completed in less than two years, combines the flexibility and accessibility of online learning with the rigor and academic excellence of Wake Forest Law. Applications for a January start are also being accepted at this time.

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Assistant Dean Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) blogs ‘Getting Personal: 3 Tools For Engaging Students In The Online Classroom’ on Huffington Post

Assistant Dean of Instructional Technologies & Design Ellen Murphy (JD ’02), who is director of the Master of Studies in Law degree program, published the following, “Getting Personal: 3 Tools For Engaging Students In The Online Classroom” on The Huffington Post’s blog here on June 30, 2016.

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Assistant Dean Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) authors article in The Huffington Post debunking myths about online learning

Assistant Dean Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) authored the following article, “Dispelling Myths about Online Learning,” originally published in the Huffington Post on March 30, 2016.

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Wake Forest Law launches part-time, online Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree with focus on health care, HR

Wake Forest Law has launched a fully online, part-time Master of Studies in Law (MSL) degree program for working professionals who want a better understanding of the law.

Applications for Fall 2016 are now being accepted here. The degree program, which can be completed in less than two years, combines the flexibility and accessibility of online learning with the rigor and academic excellence that are hallmarks of Wake Forest Law. The online MSL is the law school’s first wholly online degree offering.

“We are thrilled to be able to bring a Wake Forest Law education to individuals who would not have been able to take advantage of this unique opportunity solely because of geography,” explains Dean Suzanne Reynolds (JD ‘77). “Our new online MSL degree is designed to help professionals reach the next level in their careers.” Continue reading »

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Assistant Dean Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) shares tips on mastering virtual classrooms in new eBook, Learning Solutions Conference March 16-18

Assistant Dean of Instructional Design Ellen Murphy (JD ’02) shared her tips on how to best connect with virtual students by using pre-course surveys for the eBook, “Engagement that Works: Tips from Learning Solutions Thought Leaders,” published by the ELearning Guild. Continue reading »