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Wake Forest Law students participate in annual Martin Luther King Day of Service project

The Phi Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. provided clothes, food and education to the community for its annual Martin Luther King Day of Service project Monday. Continue reading »

Nabila Abdulhafiz (’15) awarded Peggy Browning Fund fellowship to work in Washington, D.C.

The Peggy Browning Fund has awarded a 10-week summer fellowship to Nabila Abdulhafiz (’15), a second-year student at Wake Forest University School of Law. Nabila will spend the fellowship working at Mehri & Skalet PLLC in Washington, D.C. The application process is highly competitive,
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Law school tries to keep advantage in tough market

The vast majority of law schools in the United States are operating at a significant financial loss, according to a survey conducted by a professor of law at the University of Colorado. Continue reading »

Guest judges needed for Mardi Gras Sports Law Moot Court Competition preparation

Wake Forest Law is excited to announce that three of our most gifted advocates: Tee Hassold, Evan Leadem, and Brooke Loucks will be attending the Mardis Gras Sports Law Moot Court Competition on Feb. 26-28, 2014, in New Orleans.

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Jenica Cassidy ('14)

Jenica Cassidy (’14) finds opportunities in growing field of elder law

Jenica Cassidy (’14) sees many opportunities in the growing field of elder law.  Continue reading »

Wake Forest Journal of Law and Policy announces 2013 Board of Editors

The Wake Forest University School of Law’s Journal of Law and Policy has named a new Board of Editors  for the 2013-2014 academic year.  Continue reading »

Wake Forest Law Review announces new board of editors for 2013-2014

The Wake Forest Law Review has announced its new Board of Editors for the 2013-2014 academic school year.

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Students head to Nicaragua to explore economic development, poverty issues

Professor Steve Virgil, director of the Community Law and Business Clinic, will be teaching an interdisciplinary course in Nicaragua in January entitled Cross Disciplinary Professional Development. The course, also led by the university’s Center for Public Engagement, offers an opportunity to look at law in a comparative, interdisciplinary fashion, as well as the opportunity to experience a trip to Managua, Nicaragua, at the university’s newest international facility, Casa Dingledine.

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Law students assist immigrants with ‘deferred action’ applications

Wake Forest University law students joined volunteer attorneys and community volunteers at the Winston-Salem Pro Bono Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)  event on Nov. 10 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Overseeing the event was Professor Margaret Taylor, well known for her teaching and research on immigration law and policy.

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Justice Randy J. Holland, seated on the left, with the Delaware Supreme Court

Delaware Supreme Court Justice Randy Holland to discuss ‘Delaware Courts and Corporate Law’ on Wednesday, Dec. 5

Justice Randy J. Holland of the Delaware Supreme Court will visit the Wake Forest University School of Law to discuss “Delaware Courts and Corporate Law” at 3 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 5, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1301.

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