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Professor Ron Wright deepens relationship between Wake Forest Law and Kosovo

A unique relationship has developed, and deepened, between Wake Forest University School of Law and the Balkan country of Kosovo, with the school educating legal scholars from the country, and faculty advising the country’s leaders as they rebuild its justice system. Continue reading »

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Professor Ron Wright heads to Kosovo to help form new sentencing laws

A Wake Forest Law professor is heading to Kosovo to help establish the Rule of Law in the new country. Continue reading »

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Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Suzanne Reynolds (’77) named interim dean of Wake Forest Law

Wake Forest University School of Law Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Suzanne Reynolds (’77) has been named interim dean of the law school effective Sept. 1 following the announcement that Dean Blake D. Morant has accepted an offer to become dean at George Washington Law School. Continue reading »

Professor Ron Wright tells NPR DA campaigns often make it difficult for voters to make ideological differences among candidates

Nashville voters will decide on Tuesday who should replace longtime District Attorney Torry Johnson, who’s been the city’s top prosecutor since 1987. Continue reading »

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Law and Policy Journal to host ‘Finality in Sentencing’ symposium on Friday, April 5

The Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy will host a symposium, “Finality in Sentencing,” on Friday, April 5, in the Worrell Professional Center. The event is free and open to the public. Continue reading »

Professor Ron Wright tells Fox News Channel the prosecution is arguing for a broader view of what counts as a campaign contribution in the John Edwards’ trial

Professor Ron Wright tells Fox News Channel that the prosecution is arguing for a broader view of what counts as a campaign contribution in the John Edwards trial. “The defense would like a stricter, more traditional definition of campaign contribution,” Wright said. Continue reading »

Professor Ron Wright discusses John Edwards’ campaign finance trial on Fox News Channel

Professor Ron Wright talks about John Edwards’ campaign finance trial and how it reveals a brand-new interpretation of campaign finance laws today on the Fox News Channel. Wright calls it a “ground-breaking case.”

Professor Ron Wright quoted by The Associated Press regarding N.C. Racial Justice Act

RALEIGH, N.C. –  When critics of the Racial Justice Act made their case at the General Assembly this week, they used an attention-grabbing scenario to argue that the law is fatally flawed: the prospect of North Carolina’s worst murderers roaming the streets, free on parole.  Continue reading »

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Master storyteller: Criminal defense attorney Wade Smith shares his stories as part of “Conversation With …” series

The best lawyers are good story tellers, says Raleigh criminal defense attorney Wade Smith. Continue reading »

Law Review presents ‘Community Prosecution and Community Defense’ as its fall symposium on Nov. 4

The Wake Forest Law Review’s 2011 “Community Prosecution and Community Defense” symposium will bring together legal scholars, policy leaders, and practicing attorneys who offer a range of perspectives on “Community Prosecuting” and “Community Defense.”

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