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 »

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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 »

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 »
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LLM Alumnus Serves as Legal Counsel in Joint Venture between Ube Industries and Dow Chemical

Ryo Kawamura, the Senior Legal Advisor for Ube Industries, Ltd. (UBE)’s Legal Department and a 1999 graduate of the LL.M. Program at Wake Forest University School of Law, has a front row seat in a new venture between UBE and Dow Chemical Co. Continue reading »

School of Law names new associate dean for international affairs and new director of international programs

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Reaping the benefits of hard work

It doesn’t bother ChenFan Fu at all to admit that when he started high school in Shanghai, China, he was at the bottom of his class of some 700 students. For one thing, it was a very good high school, Fu says, and his classmates were very smart. Continue reading »

WFU School of Law to Host Afghan Scholar

Wake Forest University School of Law has been certified as a host institution for a new important foundation, the Public-Private Partnership for Justice Reform in Afghanistan (PPP), established by the U.S. Department of State and leading private attorneys in the U.S.  Continue reading »

Japanese alumni share earthquake experiences

On March 11, 2011, Japan was struck by a massive earthquake, triggering a tsunami that devastated the northeastern coast of the country. With 25 LL.M. alumni residing and working in Japan, WFU School of Law professors and administrators reached out to our alumni to express our sincere concern for what their country is enduring and to confirm that they are safe. Many of our alumni responded and told us of their incredible experiences during this very difficult time Continue reading »

LL.M. Alumna Participated in ‘Bank Debt of the Year’

Hanne Nyheim McNutt, a 2007 LL.M. alumna from Norway, is an associate in the Offshore, Shipping, and Energy Group at Simonsen Advokatfirm in Oslo. Last year McNutt participated in a transaction that was recently voted “Bank Debt of the Year” by the publication Marine Money. Continue reading »

LL.M. Alumnus, Samuel Chacón, Publishes Articles

LL.M. alumnus, Samuel Chacón from Mexico, has recently published two articles in the North American Free Trade and Investment Report, a biweekly report on legal and financial issues affecting direct investment and cross border trade in Mexico, the U.S., and Canada. Continue reading »