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Photo of Cheslie Kryst (JD/MBA '17) posing on a sidewalk in downtown Winston-Salem.

Fashion designer Cheslie Kryst (JD/MBA ’17) featured on cover of magazine, in newspaper

Cheslie Kryst (JD/MBA ’17) is featured in the following Winston-Salem Journal story, “Twin City Trendsetters: Meet a few locals who are shaking up the Twin City fashion scene,” published on March 31, 2017.  Kryst, a fashion designer, was also featured on the cover of the April issue of the Winston-Salem Monthly.

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Photo of Alena Baker Mosier (JD '16)

Graduation Profile: Alena Baker Mosier (JD ’16)

Student Profile: Alena Baker Mosier (JD ’16)

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Photo of students sitting outside the Worrell Professional Center

David Swenton (JD ’17) blogs about his positive start at Wake Forest Law

David Swenton (JD ’17) is a rising second-year student at the Wake Forest University School of Law. Swenton authors his own blog, Orange Perspectives, and gave the law school permission to re-publish this blog post titled, “It’s Been 1L of a Year,” about the positive experience, from a first-year law student point of view, he had at Wake Forest Law. Continue reading »

Master of Studies in Law (MSL) program featured in PreLaw magazine

Wake Forest Law is featured in the article, “The one-year legal-education option,” in the August 2014 issue of PreLaw magazine. The article profiles the MSL (Master of Studies in Law) degree program citing its application to careers including health care administrators, librarians, educators, scientists, and engineers among others. The article points out how many professions intersect with the law, and how a one-year MSL degree gives a person a solid foundation of understanding the law to excel in various careers. Continue reading »

Group photo of Elder Law Clinic, June 2014, including Lauren Johnson, Aly Kyser, Ben Limehouse, Cameron Stanton, Becky Chen and Rebekah Garcia

Elder Law Clinic students learn to service diverse needs for clients

Congratulations to the latest 2014 Spring Elder Law Clinic class. Students had quite a range of  interview experiences this semester including understanding a disturbed military veteran to talking with clients that are in hospital beds. Elder Law Clinic students learned to surmount language differences and to figure out how best to communicate with those who have memory issues. Clients sometimes had hearing, vision, and education limitations that put the students to the test. Continue reading »