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Photo of the members of the AAJ Trial Team 2017 Regional Champions

AAJ Trial Team sweeps Regional Championship for second year in a row, heads to Regionals for third

For the third time in as many years,  Wake Forest Law’s AAJ Trial Team has won the Regional Championship and is heading for the national competition in April in Cleveland, Ohio. And for the second year in a row, it was an all Wake Forest final round, says AAJ Trial Team Coach Matt Breeding (’06).
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AAJ Trial Team exhibits outstanding performance in New Orleans

The Wake Forest Law American Association for Justice Trial Team finished strong in the National Finals held in New Orleans April 1-3. The team had their most accomplished season in school history, finishing as semifinalists with a No. 3 national ranking out of 224 teams in the country. The team consisted of Captain Joshua Bussen (JD ’16), Mia Falzarano (JD ’17), Carson Smith (JD ’16) and Zabrina Delgado (JD ’16).

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Student Trial Advocacy team named American Association of Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Advocacy Regional Champions

Wake Forest Law fielded two teams in the American Association of Justice (AAJ) Student Trial Advocacy Regional Competition (STAC) held in Raleigh, N.C.,  over the weekend of March 20, 2015.  The second team representing Wake Forest, led by team captain Josh Adam (’15) and teammates Daniel Galyon (’16), McKinney Brown (’15), and Zabrina Delgado (’16), was named AAJ Regional Champion and will advance to the final rounds.
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Former Innocence and Justice Clinic students return to present defense in Winston-Salem murder case

Wake Forest Law Professor Mark Rabil, director of the law school’s Innocence and Justice Clinic, says this story in the Winston-Salem Journal showcases the clinic’s work and the fact that the outcome is not always as important as the process. Continue reading »