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Office of Career and Professional Development
July 22nd, 2016 | Student Life | Comments Off
Brandy Nickoloff (JD ’18) has developed Limitless, a resiliency and performance enhancement training program that focuses on developing skills to train the mind.. Nickoloff presented the program for the first time to Wake Forest Law faculty and staff on Friday, July 15, in the Worrell Professional Center.
The presentation, sponsored by the Office of Career and Professional Development, was an overview of the conception, purpose and aims of the program, which Nickoloff developed during her 1L year as part of a project for her legal writing course with Professor Abigail Perdue.
October 23rd, 2015 | Alumni | Comments Off
About 30 women attended Wake Forest Law’s “Grit and Growth Mindset: Advancing Women in the Law” training on Oct. 22 presented by Women in Law, the Office of Career & Professional Development and the Forsyth County Women Attorneys Association in the Worrell Professional Center. The session was held as part of the second annual All-Law School Alumni Weekend (LAW). Continue reading »
Wake Forest Law hosts ABA program ‘Grit and Growth Mindset: Advancing Women in the Law’ on Thursday, Oct. 22
Wake Forest Law’s Women in Law, the Office of Career & Professional Development (OCPD) and the Forsyth County Women Attorneys Association will present “Grit and Growth Mindset: Advancing Women in the Law” from 3 to 5 p.m on Thursday, Oct. 22, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1101. Catharine Arrowood (JD ’73), former president of the North Carolina Bar Association, and the Honorable Denise Hartsfield (JD ’91) will help lead the training. Registration for the training, which is free and open to current students and alumni, is available here.
Business Law Program, OCPD to present ‘Learn How to Read Public Company Financial Statements’ on Friday, Sept. 11
August 21st, 2015 | Student Life | Comments Off
“Reading Public Company Financial Statements” will be presented by Brandon Rucker of the assurance division of McGladrey from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11, 2015, in Room 1308 of the Worrell Professional Center. The event, co-sponsored by The Business Law Program and the Office of Career & Professional Development, is open to Wake Forest Law students. Continue reading »
May 1st, 2015 | Student Life | Comments Off
Mike Stetz of The National Jurist writes, “Wake Forest University School of Law saw the biggest jump of all law schools in the percentage of recent grads landing full-time, long-term jobs.”
His original story from May 1 follows: While the nation’s law schools collectively saw a slight uptick in employment success for their grads from 2014 compared to 2013, some schools managed to do much better than average. Why? A better job market, more aggressive career services programs and student grit were among the answers. Continue reading »
April 20th, 2015 | Student Life | Comments Off
One of Elizabeth Goodwin’s favorite memories of her time at Wake Forest Law is of the regular Friday night poker games she and her friends used to play. Not because she won a lot of money. In fact, she claims she was a lousy poker player. It’s because of the relationships those games allowed her to build. Continue reading »
Office of Career and Professional Development welcomes Alvita Eason Barrow as new assistant director
September 8th, 2014 | Student Life | Comments Off
Alvita Eason Barrow has joined the Office of Career & Professional Development at Wake Forest Law as assistant director. Continue reading »
June 17th, 2014 | Alumni | Comments Off
Among the Wake Forest Law J.D. 2014 graduates, 13 have received judicial clerkships, according to the law school’s Office of Career and Professional Development. Continue reading »
October 14th, 2013 | Student Life | Comments Off
Approximately 40 attorneys, including a number of Wake Forest Law alumni, are visiting campus for Career Panels Week as part of the first-year Professional Development Course. The course is led by Associate Law Professor Tanya Marsh and Associate Director of Career and Professional Development Francie Scott (’04).