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First International Graduate Programs Reunion hailed a great success

Seventeen LL.M. alumni  attended Wake Forest University School of Law’s first International Graduate Programs Reunion held Nov. 9 – 11 in Winston-Salem.  Continue reading »

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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 »

Law school welcomes its newest group of international students

The Wake Forest University School of Law welcomed its newest group of international students during Orientation on Aug. 18-26. Continue reading »

LL.M. Forrest Fu (LL.M. ’07) and (JD ’10) to take Lowes corporate counsel position in Shanghai

Chen Fan “Forrest” Fu, an LL.M. and J.D. graduate of Wake Forest University School of Law, has accepted a Lowes corporate counsel position in Shanghai, China.   Fu began his new position in August and will relocate to Shanghai shortly thereafter.  “I am very excited for this new adventure, and certainly it does not mean the end of my U.S. legal practice,” he said.

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Manuel Moctezuma (’04) joins Mexico City law firm as named partner

LL.M. alumnus Manuel Moctezuma (’04)  has joined the law firm of Chalela, Enriquez y Moctezuma, S.C., as a named partner. The firm, located in Mexico City, seeks to combine the best traditional principles of the legal profession with an innovative and flexible perspective in accordance with modern globalism trends, while also offering practical and reliable solutions to diverse and complex legal necessities.

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Photo of WFU Law School Afghan LL.M. candidate Yama Keshawerz and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) shaking hands

Afghan LL.M. student meets Sen. John McCain

Every spring semester, Wake Forest University School of Law LL.M. students have the opportunity to hear oral arguments at the U.S. Supreme Court in Washington, D.C.  This year, Professor Shannon Gilreath led the students to visit the high court on Wednesday, April 18. Continue reading »

Wake Forest LL.M.s participate in first International Commercial Moot Competition

While most Wake Forest University School of Law students excitedly packed for spring break trips to the beach or home to see their families last week, Liam McClure and Janine Reder made last minute reviews of briefs and arguments.   McClure and Reder, students in WFU’s Master of Laws (LL.M.) in American Law program, were preparing to participate in the LL.M. International Commercial Arbitration Moot Competition in Washington D.C. Continue reading »

Photo of Yama Keshawerz, Wake Forest University School of Law’s first student from Afghanistan, giving a presentation on 'Afghanistan after 9/11.'

LL.M. Student Discusses ‘Afghanistan after 9/11′

Yama Keshawerz, Wake Forest University School of Law’s first student from Afghanistan, recently gave a presentation on “Afghanistan after 9/11.” The presentation, co-sponsored by the International Graduate Programs and the International Law Society, was well-attended by faculty and staff within the Wake Forest law community.   Continue reading »

Mexican LL.M. Alumnus Publishes Article

Manuel Moctezuma, an LL.M. alumnus from Mexico City, has recently published an article entitled, “Mexican Oil Law: Protecting Foreign Investors Through International Arbitration Agreements” in the summer 2011 edition of the ABA’s Section of Litigation newsletter. Continue reading »

Photo of Janine Reder of Germany speaks during the LLM Women in Law Panel on Oct. 5.

LLM students pursue diverse legal paths

LL.M. students, Janine Reder of Germany, Mio Ukita of Japan, Juliana Barbosa of Brazil, and Munkhselenge Purevdorj of Mongolia, discussed what it is like to be female law students and attorneys in their home countries at the third LL.M. Women in Law Panel on Oct. 5.  This event was co-sponsored by the WFU Women in Law and International Graduate Programs. Continue reading »