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Wake Forest Law Review ranks No. 40 out of best U.S. law reviews

Wake Forest Law Review is ranked No. 40 out of the 100 best law reviews in the country in the following article, “2018 Meta-Ranking of Flagship U.S. Law Reviews,” originally published on PrawfsBlawg on March 21, 2018.

Wake Forest Law Review’s position on this list is demonstrative of the extraordinary effort our members put forth on a daily basis and reflects not only their commitment to fostering meaningful legal scholarship but also their dedication to representing Wake Forest and all it has to offer,” says Editor-in-Chief Mickey Herman (JD ’18).

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Wake Forest Law Review ranked number 41 in the country by PrawfsBlawg

Wake Forest Law Review was listed as number 41 out of the 100 best law reviews in the country in the following article, “2016 Meta-Ranking of Flagship U.S. Law Reviews,” originally published on PrawfsBlawg on April 4, 2016.

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Professor Eugene Mazo

Professor Eugene Mazo writes about campaign finance in the Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy

Professor Eugene Mazo published a paper in the 2014 Duke Journal of Constitutional Law & Public Policy entitled, “The Disappearance of Corruption and the New Path Forward in Campaign Finance.” Continue reading »

Professor Eugene Mazo

Professor Eugene Mazo spends January 2015 on Prawfsblawg

Professor Eugene Mazo is spending January 2015 as a guest blogger on Prawfsblawg, one of the most widely read blogs in the legal academy. Prawfsblawg invited Professor Mazo to share his thoughts about life and the law with his colleagues and students this month. “What an honor,” Professor Mazo said. “I’m new to blogging and am not even sure how many readers I’ll have.” Continue reading »