Suzanne Reynolds

Suzanne Reynolds quoted in Winston-Salem Journal editorial calling for taskforce to curb domestic violence

Domestic-violence homicides doubled in Forsyth County in 2011 and, as if such needless and tragic deaths aren’t bad enough, there appears to be a troubling increase in the number of incidents where children are present. It’s time for a community-wide task force to take on this problem. Continue reading »

Center advocates for children caught up in domestic violence

The law office of Iris Sunshine (’89)  isn’t much different than other law offices, except for the room full of toys. Continue reading »

Photo of Janine Reder of Germany speaks during the LLM Women in Law Panel on Oct. 5.

LLM students pursue diverse legal paths

LL.M. students, Janine Reder of Germany, Mio Ukita of Japan, Juliana Barbosa of Brazil, and Munkhselenge Purevdorj of Mongolia, discussed what it is like to be female law students and attorneys in their home countries at the third LL.M. Women in Law Panel on Oct. 5.  This event was co-sponsored by the WFU Women in Law and International Graduate Programs. Continue reading »

Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Suzanne Reynolds quoted in Winston-Salem Journal regarding domestic violence case

KERNERSVILLE — The day after her husband of 35 years had a three-hour standoff with Kernersville police, Judy Masters took out an emergency domestic violence order against him. Continue reading »

Photo of Dean Suzanne Reynolds ('77)

Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs Suzanne Reynolds named Distinguished Alumnae by Meredith College

Meredith’s Alumnae Awards are given annually during Alumnae Reunion Weekend. These awards represent the finest in our tradition and, certainly, the foundation upon which our future is built. Continue reading »

Robert ‘Hoppy’ Elliot (’77) follows his instincts

Though it may take many young people some time to decide what career path to follow, Robert “Hoppy” Elliot (’77) is the exception to the rule.  The Winston-Salem employment law attorney realized at a tender age that he wanted to pursue a career in law. Continue reading »

Pro Bono Project, Conversations Committee present ‘A Conversation With Robert “Hoppy” Elliot (’77) on April 12

The Pro Bono Project and the Conversations Committee will present “A Conversation With Robert ‘Hoppy’ Elliot   (’77),” a Winston-Salem employment law attorney who has received numerous awards for his pro bono work, at noon on Tuesday, April 12, in Room 1312. Continue reading »

Wake Forest team wins best brief at Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court competition

 The Wake Forest University School of Law team won best brief over the weekend at the Gabrielli Family Law Moot Court competitionat Albany Law School. Continue reading »

AP Exclusive: Zahra stepmom’s marriages overlapped

GAFFNEY, S.C. — The stepmother of the North Carolina girl whose dismembered remains were found in the western part of the state was married seven times, and she was wed to more than one man on several occasions, according to an Associated Press investigation. Continue reading »

Dean Blake D. Morant Wins Equal Justice Works’ Prestigious John R. Kramer Outstanding Law School Dean Award

Wake Forest University School of Law Dean Blake D. Morant has been selected for the prestigious Equal Justice Works’ John R. Kramer Outstanding Law School Dean Award.

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