Dean Blake Morant and Kenneth Imo (’00) named in On Being a Black Lawyer’s second Annual Power 100 List

Dean Blake Morant and law school alumnus Kenneth Imo (’00) are named in the On Being  a Black Lawyer’s second Annual Power 100 List. The list is a comprehensive catalog of the nation’s most influential black attorneys working in government, academics, and both the public and private sectors.

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Professor Mark Hall says Affordable Care Act saved consumers $1.5 billion

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Consumers saved nearly $1.5 billion in 2011 as a result of rules in President Barack Obama’s health care law that limit what insurance companies can spend on expenses unrelated to medical care, including profit, a new analysis shows. Continue reading »

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Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy Holland to discuss ‘Delaware Courts and Corporate Law’ on Wednesday, Dec. 5

Justice Randy J. Holland of the Delaware Supreme Court will visit the Wake Forest University School of Law to discuss “Delaware Courts and Corporate Law” at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1301.

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‘Rewriting Homosexuality’ symposium scheduled for April 19 at Wake Forest University

The ‘Rewriting Homosexuality’ symposium, sponsored by Wake Forest law school as well as the Provost’s Office, the Humanities Institute, Women and Gender Studies, Office of Multicultural Affairs,  the LGBTQ Center, and ZSR Library is scheduled for 9:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on April 19, 2013, in the ZSR Auditorium.

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Law professor helps put local high school students on fast track to college

While many professors, students and faculty alike were enjoying some down time over this year’s fall beak, Wake Forest Law Professor Omari Simmons was using his extra days off to travel to Atlanta with 24 high-achieving high school students from nine area schools on a tour of colleges.

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Law school to host first International Graduate Programs Reunion Nov. 9-10

The Wake Forest School of Law will host its first International Graduate Programs Reunion on Nov. 9 – 11 in Winston-Salem.  WFU LL.M. alumni, current students and S.J.D. candidates along with former Visiting International Researchers will be in attendance with their families. Continue reading »

New York Bar Requires Pro Bono Service

The New York Court of Appeals adopted a rule that requires future New York  state bar applicants to complete at least 50 pro bono service hours before they file an application for admission.

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Professor Miki Felsenburg (’91) remains involved in LAWR instruction research despite retiring

When Professor Miki Felsenburg (’91) first got the call to teach at Wake Forest law school, she turned it down. Continue reading »

Professor George Walker moderates roundtable for International Law Association

Wake Forest Law Professor George Walker moderated a roundtable entitled, “Resource Management in Common (Non-Sovereign) Areas: Law of the Sea and Space Law Compared,” at the American branch of the International Law Association’s (ABILA) International Law Weekend and Annual Meeting on Oct. 26, 2012, in New York City.

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Professor Jennifer Collins cited in Louisiana Supreme Court decision

Professor Jennifer Collins, Associate Provost for Academic Initiatives, was cited in the Louisiana Supreme Court’s verdict in the case of the State of Louisiana vs. Satonia Small.

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