July 7th, 2017 | Alumni | Comments Off
As a student working in Wake Forest Law’s Elder Law Clinic, Marcus Fields (BA ’10, JD ’16) watched a client struggle to balance his full-time job with overseeing his mother’s care in a local nursing home, while also selling her home in another part of the state. The man made a common error that could have put his mother in danger of being dropped from the Medicaid rolls.
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May 30th, 2017 | Alumni | Comments Off
Wake Forest Law is the only ranked law school in the country that is also home to a working business court. When the North Carolina Business Court heard its first case in January 2017 in its newest court located in the Worrell Professional Center, it came to light that Wake Forest Law alumni are currently working as clerks within each of the four state business court locations in Raleigh, Charlotte, Greensboro as well as Winston-Salem. Kaitlin Price (BA ’13, JD ’16) is the Judicial Law Clerk at North Carolina Business Court in Greensboro. A native of Albermarle, North Carolina, Price is gaining hands-on litigation experience, increasing her understanding of business law and interacting with some of the state’s top business attorneys as part of her clerkship. Following is an interview with Price about her clerkship. Continue reading »
October 9th, 2015 | Student Life | Comments Off
John Sanders (BA ’07, JD ’16) writes “Hillary Clinton’s High-Frequency Trading Mistake,” in The Huffington Post blog on Friday, Oct. 9. Sanders worked as a stock broker and manager at one of world’s largest asset management companies through the most recent financial crisis and up until 2013. He also earned his M.B.A. from Liberty University in 2012. His blog post follows in full below. Continue reading »