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Saudi Arabian students lead discussion on Islamic Law

Three Wake Forest University School of Law Saudi Arabian students led a presentation on Islamic Law to the law school community on Nov. 17, 2010.  Continue reading »

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Students learn about unusual career paths during 2010 International Law and Practice Panel

The WFU International Law Society and the North Carolina Bar Association International Law and Practice Council sponsored the 2010 International Law and Practice Panel at Wake Forest University School of Law on Nov. 3. Continue reading »

LLM Alumna Participates in Company Acquisition

Mariya Orlyk, a 2006 graduate of the Master of Laws (LL.M.) in American Law Program, is a Senior Attorney at CMS Reich-Rohrwig Hainz in Kyiv.  Mariya recently helped lead the team of Ukrainian lawyers representing Berislav Construction Materials as it was being acquired by ArcelorMittal, the world’s largest integrated metals and mining company.  Continue reading »

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Q & A with: Christian Fuehner (LLM ’10)

Just days after graduating from Wake Forest University School of Law’s LL.M. Program on May 17, 2010, Christian Fuehner from Germany left Winston-Salem to start working as a summer intern in Washington D.C.  We wanted to catch up with Christian about his internship and plans after the summer. Continue reading »

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Q & A with: Xin “Florence” Zhang (LLM ’10)

Just days after graduating from Wake Forest University School of Law’s LL.M. Program on May 17, 2010, Xin “Florence” Zhang from China left Winston-Salem to start working as a summer intern in New York.  We wanted to catch up with Florence about her internship and plans after the summer. Continue reading »

LLM alumnus named vice general counsel for Nokia Mexico

Victor Manzano (LLM ’07) has an affinity for racing, whether it involves stock cars, Rally cars or some other type of sleek, well-tuned machine. His career in law offers an interesting parallel. Continue reading »

Lawyers in Palestine: Palestinian Rule of Law Alumni Plan for the Future

Exploring the challenge of creating critical mass within a diverse society, the Scholarship Programs organized an intimate gathering of alumni of the Palestinian Rule of Law (PROL) Program in Amman, Jordan, in January 2010. OSI grants have helped train lawyers at top US universities over the past 7 years.  Since the inception of the program in 2003, around 40 alumni are currently active within Palestine, in fields as diverse as human rights and real estate law.Continue reading…

Swiss Alumnus Publishes an Article on the Biotechnology / Biopharmaceutical Sector

LL.M. alumnus, Christian Wyss from Basel, Switzerland, has recently published an article entitled, “Negotiating Third Party Manufacturing Agreements.” This article is included in the January/February 2010 issue ofCONTRACT PHARMA, which is a publication that focuses on contract services for the pharmaceutical and biotechnological industries. Continue reading »

2009 International Law and Practice Panel at Wake Forest University School of Law

On November 5th, the WFU International Law Society and the North Carolina Bar Association International Law and Practice Council sponsored the 2009 International Law and Practice Panel at Wake Forest University School of Law. In this special event, North Carolina attorneys shared their experiences in international law and advised students on preparing for careers and finding opportunities in international law. Continue reading »

LL.M. Alumnus Publishes Article

LL.M. alumnus, Manuel Moctezuma from Mexico City, has recently published an article entitled, “An Update for Oil Industry Investors: Mexico Eliminates Restrictions and Introduces a New Oil Legal Framework.” This article isincluded in the latest edition of Currents – International Trade Law Journal published by the South Texas College of Law, which covers a wide range of topics authored by U.S. and foreign practitioners focused on cross-border matters. Continue reading »