Litigation Clinic

Third-year law student excels during courtroom argument in Fourth Circuit

Rio Kidd (’13), a Litigation Clinic student, had a rare and wonderful opportunity in November 2012, according to Litigation Clinic Director Carol Anderson. Continue reading »

Professor Carol Anderson tells WFDD what might have happened in the Edwards jury

As events leading to the mistrial in the John Edwards campaign corruption trial unfolded Thursday afternoon, WFDD’s Kathryn Mobley spoke with Carol Anderson, law professor at Wake Forest University and director of the law school’s Litigation Clinic. Her recent book is titled “Inside Jurors’ Minds: A Hierarchy of Juror Decision-Making.”   Continue reading »

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Third-year students name Professor Charley Rose 2012 Teacher of the Year

Professor Charley Rose has been selected by the third-year class to be honored with the Wake Forest University School of Law Student Bar Association’s 2012 Jurist Excellence in Teaching Award. Continue reading »

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Professor Carol Anderson’s latest book, ‘Inside Juror’s Minds: The Hierarchy of Juror Decision Making,’ is available for purchase

 Wake Forest University Law Professor Carol Anderson’s latest book, “Inside Juror’s Minds: The Hierarchy of Juror Decision Making,” is now available for purchase from Continue reading »

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Professor Carol Anderson to lecture on Opening Statements at Federal Public Defender’s Conference on Friday, April 6

Professor Carol Anderson, an award-winning teacher and scholar who specializes in litigation and trial advocacy, will present a lecture on “How to Persuade Jurors in Opening Statements and Beyond” at the annual Federal Criminal Practice Seminar hosted by the Federal Public Defenders Office in Asheville on Friday, April 6.
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Jackie Willingham makes pro bono work her mission

A native of Newport, Ind., Jackie Willingham (’11) received a three-year Public Defender Fellowship from Equal Justice Works and the Southern Public Defender Training Center. She will be moving to Raleigh over the summer to work in the Wake County Public Defender’s Office. Continue reading »

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Professor Carol Anderson named an American Bar Association Fellow

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Carol Anderson has been named a Fellow of the American Bar Association. Membership in The Fellows is a great honor limited to one-third of 1 percent of the lawyers in America. Continue reading »

WFUBMC Pathology Residents and Fellows Collaborate with WFU Law Students in Advanced Trial Practice and Litigation Clinic

Dr. Donald R. Jason is a forensic pathologist who has taught anatomic pathology at WFUBMC since 1992.  He also has a law degree from St. John’s University.  Dr. Jason directs the Forensic Pathology Fellowship Program at the Wake Forest University medical school.  Many of his students become medical examiners, which means they will almost inevitably be called to testify at trial.  Dr. Jason wanted to forge a relationship with the law school so his students could practice giving expert testimony.  He contacted Professor Carol Anderson, director of the Trial Practice and Litigation Clinic, and a natural collaboration was born. Continue reading »

Clinic students serve real-world clients

Our clinics integrate study, practice and hands-on experience, and they help develop great lawyers. Keep reading to find out what’s new at each one. Continue reading »

Pro Bono Committee celebrates National Pro Bono Week with first Clinic Hop

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