Steve Virgil

Jessica Kimble (’12) talks about her work with law school’s Community and Business Clinic

Jessica Kimble (’12) talks to the Winston-Salem Journal about her work with Virginia Food Works, a nonprofit food processing center in Prince Edward County, Va.

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Community Law and Business Clinic’s work with food systems helps spur rural economic development

Jess Kimble (’12) grew up on a farm in rural Ohio where she canned food and sold green beans to her aunt’s grocery store for 69 cents a pound. Continue reading »

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Professor Steve Virgil receives Joseph Branch Excellence in Teaching Award

The Joseph Branch Excellence in Teaching Award was presented to Steven M. Virgil, director of the Community Law and Business Clinic and associate clinical professor of law, at the Founders’ Day Convocation on Feb. 16, 2012, in Wait Chapel.

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Professor Steve Virgil recognized as the Mortgage Foreclosure Attorney of the Year by Legal Aid of North Carolina

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Steve Virgil was recently recognized as the Mortgage Foreclosure Attorney of the Year by Legal Aid of North Carolina. Continue reading »

A partnership to nurture startups

The old Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club building in eastern Winston-Salem that long fostered the growth of children now has new life as a place for nurturing businesses. Continue reading »

Pro Bono Project co-hosts symposium on Native American land rights April 7-8

Land RightsThe Wake Forest University School of Law’s Pro Bono Project is co-sponsoring a symposium, “American Indian Land Rights and Religious Freedom” on April 7-8. It will be held at The Barn at Reynolda Village.  Continue reading »

Community Law & Business Clinic offers Public Interest Research Fellowships

The Community Law and Business Clinic is offering a limited number of Public Interest Research Fellowships to second-year law students interested in a public interest career.   Continue reading »

Law students, professors head to Managua as part of Nicaragua Nexus

Students and professors from the Wake Forest School of Law will travel to Nicaragua during spring break for a cross-disciplinary course focusing on professional development. Continue reading »

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Community Law and Business Clinic helping Triad families facing foreclosure stay in their homes

Tonya Williams will be home for the holidays this year, thanks in no small part to the efforts of Wake Forest University School of Law’s Community Law and Business Clinic, Professor Steve Virgil and Legal Aid of North Carolina (LANC). Continue reading »

Cherokee youth explore law careers

Twenty high school students from the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians had the opportunity to explore careers in law during the College Careers and Technology (C-CAT) program at Wake Forest University July 19-21. Continue reading »