Experiential Learning

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Adam McCoy (JD ’19) argues in the U.S. Fourth Circuit

While most third-year law students were completing and submitting their final assignments, Adam McCoy (JD ’19) was presenting an oral argument to a panel of judges at the Fourth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, VA.

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Professor Abigail Perdue’s ‘Diversity and Discrimination’ students visit International Civil Rights Museum

Students in Professor Abigail Perdue’s new upper-level experiential learning course, “Diversity and Discrimination,” visited the International Civil Rights Museum on Feb. 3  in Greensboro, North Carolina.

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Community Law Clinic Director Steve Virgil’s client, The Vida Fund, reaches more than $5 million in loans

Professor Steve Virgil is the Executive Director of Experiential Education and the founding Director of the Wake Forest Law’s Community Law Clinic.  Over the past five years, Virgil has advised and arranged help with his client, The Vida Fund in Central America, through the Wake Forest University School of Law Community Law Clinic to put together a prospectus and file the proper paperwork with the Center for Development in Central America (CDCA). The Vida Fund announced it loaned more than $5,342,000 to small businesses, start-ups and farmer cooperatives in the following article posted Friday, Nov. 28, 2014. Continue reading »

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Professor Steve Virgil named Executive Director of Experiential Education for Wake Forest Law

Wake Forest Law Professor Steve Virgil has been named Executive Director of Experiential Education for the law school. He will assume his new role in January 2014.

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