Margaret Taylor

Pro Bono Project, Public Interest Initiative give back to community

Law students, faculty and staff are striving to embody the university motto, Pro Humanitate,  through the efforts of the Pro Bono Project and the Public Interest Initiative, which were started last year by student and faculty leaders with the support of the dean. Continue reading »

Governor of Arizona has ‘backbone,’ Conrad says

As a local government official, Debra Conrad said, she can see why Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona fought so hard for a controversial immigration law that is considered the toughest in the country. Read the full story »

WFU to Hold Panel on Arizona Immigration Law

Wake Forest University will host a panel, ” Arizona Senate Bill 1070: One State’s Attempt to Curb Illegal Immigration,” on Tuesday, Sept. 21. Read the full story »

Wake Forest University hosts panel discussion over controversial Arizona immigration law

Wake Forest University will host a panel, “Arizona Senate Bill 1070: One State’s Attempt to Curb Illegal Immigration,” on Tuesday, Sept. 21.  The event is at 7 p.m. in Pugh Auditorium at the Benson University Center. It is free and open to the public. Continue reading »

WFU law professor elected to American Law Institute

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Margaret H. Taylor has been elected to The American Law Institute (ALI).

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