John Korzen

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Professor John Korzen (’91) certified as a specialist in appellate practice

Professor John Korzen (’91)  is now a Board Certified Specialist in Appellate Practice Law, a distinction recognized by the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization on Nov. 21. Continue reading »

Appellate Clinic Makes Good Law For North Carolina Homeowners

The North Carolina Court of Appeals on Sept. 20 ruled in favor of the Appellate Advocacy Clinic’s clients, in the case of Crump v. North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources.  John Byron (’11) wrote the appellate brief for David Crump and his wife, Sharon.  In a unanimous, published opinion issued without oral argument, the Court of Appeals agreed with the Appellate Clinic and affirmed the lower court’s decision in favor of the Crumps. Continue reading »

Professor John Korzen not surprised appeals court split on government meeting prayer case

An appeals court ruling against sectarian prayer at government meetings says it’s not just the prayer policy that matters, but the outcome — the actual prayers given — as well. Continue reading »

Former client of Appellate Clinic freed due to lack of evidence

The Supreme Court of South Carolina recently reversed the murder conviction of Roger Bostick, a former client of the Appellate Advocacy Clinic, due to insufficient evidence.  Bostick is now a free man, due in part to the efforts of the Clinic.  Continue reading »

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Ben Wiles (’11) argues in Fourth Circuit as part of Appellate Advocacy Clinic

On Friday, May 13, just two days before graduation, Ben Wiles (’11) argued in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in the case of United States v. Russell Lee, as part of the Appellate Advocacy Clinic.  Continue reading »

Professor John Korzen speaks to Federal Bar Association

Professor John Korzen spoke to a group of more than 100 area attorneys, at a Continuing Legal Education seminar sponsored by the Federal Bar Association, Middle District of North Carolina Chapter on Friday, April 8.  Continue reading »

Wake Forest teams compete in inaugural Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition

On April 1-2, two teams from the Wake Forest University School of Law competed in the Inaugural Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition.  Named for the three immediate past Chief Justices of North Carolina, including Wake Forest’s own Rhoda Billings, the Competition was held at Elon Law School in Greensboro. Continue reading »

Erin Tanner (’11) argues in Fourth Circuit as part of Appellate Advocacy Clinic

Erin Tanner (’11) argued recently in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in the case of Beasley v. Arcapita, Inc., as part of the Appellate Advocacy Clinic.  Amy Puckett (’11), who worked with Tanner on the appeal, also attended the argument, which was held in the Fourth Circuit courthouse in Richmond, Va., on Friday, March 25. Continue reading »

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Appellate Clinic Wins North Carolina Appeal

The North Carolina Court of Appeals has unanimously ruled in favor of the law school’s Appellate Advocacy Clinic in Haas v. JugisHaas is the case in which Megan Curran (’11) argued on Oct. 26, 2010, to a panel of Court of Appeals judges who were hearing oral arguments at Wake Forest. Continue reading »

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Katie Serfas (’11) argues in the U.S. Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals

Katie Serfas (’11) argued in the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in the case of Cousins v. Green, on Jan. 25.  Alayna Ness (’11), who helped Serfas prepare, also attended the argument, which was held in the Fourth Circuit courthouse in Richmond, Va. Continue reading »