Rose Council

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Rose Council member Jonathan Kreider (JD ’08) appointed as District Court Judge

Jonathan Krieder (JD ’08) was appointed to be the new District Court Judge of the 18th Judicial District of N.C., serving Guilford County by Gov. Pat McCrory on Friday, Oct. 23 according to the High Point Enterprise article.

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Angie Cecil (’00, JD ‘08) receives Attorney General’s Award for Outstanding Service in Freedom of Information Act Administration

Angie (Wood) Cecil (’00, JD ‘08) is among the recipients of the Attorney General’s Award for Outstanding Service in Freedom of Information Act Administration. Cecil works in Washington, D.C., for the Department of Justice as Senior Supervisory Counsel. Continue reading »

Group photo of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg meeting Wake Forest Law alumni following their SCOTUS swearing-in ceremony.

U.S. Supreme Court bar swearing-in ceremony a family affair for alumni

It is silent, save for the tick tock of the clock that hangs above the imposing bench and the shuffling feet of visitors as they are led into the courtroom. Marble columns and thick, red velvet curtains line the room that is surprisingly small considering the enormity of the decisions that are rendered here. Continue reading »

Brandon Barnes (’09) reports on BP’s legal woes, Keystone decision for Bloomberg TV

Brandon Barnes (’09) has been getting a lot of face time in his new role with Bloomberg Intelligence as Senior Litigation Analyst – Energy Sector.

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Rose Council welcomes new leadership, members

After its retooling in 2013, the Rose Council, formerly the Young Alumni Board, has added new members and a new board of leaders. Continue reading »

Wedding photo of Shauna and Brandon Barnes

Brandon (’09) and Shauna (’10) Barnes continue to cement union with Wake Forest Law

In October 2009, Brandon Barnes (’09) led Shauna Moser Barnes (’10) on a scavenger hunt around Winston-Salem. The hunt ended at Simply Yummy, a restaurant close to the School of Law, where the two of them used to study for Professor Joel Newman’s tax class. There, Barnes proposed.

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Wake Forest Law announces the creation of The Rose Council, formerly the Young Alumni Board

Wake Forest Law’s Young Alumni Board will have a new name and a new identity in the new year. Continue reading »