Suzanne Reynolds

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Visiting professor gives law students firsthand view of European law

Wake Forest law students have a unique opportunity this semester to learn about European law from a resident expert. Continue reading »

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Law school welcomes director of outreach

Beth Hopkins has been doing pro bono work for as long as she can remember.

“My grandmother did fundraising for a black orphanage, the Virginia Baptist Children’s Home near Richmond (Va.), so we were always involved in projects,” she said. Continue reading »

Trials that will not adjourn

Last year, Mecklenburg Chief District Judge Lisa Bell had a surveillance camera installed outside her house. Her colleague, Judge Becky Tin, purchased the first gun she’s ever owned. Read the full story »

New Child Advocacy Clinic provides students unique opportunity

The Wake Forest University School of Law’s new Child Advocacy Clinic will give students a unique opportunity to represent children in a variety of legal settings. Continue reading »

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Carrying on tradition

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Suzanne Reynolds will begin her term as the law school’s Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs on Thursday, July 1, 2010. Continue reading »

Slumlord millionaire: A love story?

THIS IS A STORY about race and sex, the two most combustible elements of Southern life. It’s a story about old, musty worldviews and modern, unconventional relationships in the early 21st century in Greensboro, North Carolina.Read the full story »

Professor Reynolds gives keynote at University’s Opening Convocation

Professor of Law Suzanne Reynolds (JD ’77) gave the keynote address at the University’s Opening Convocation at 4 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 17, in Wait Chapel.

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WFU Law professor recognized as a ‘Women of Achievement’

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Suzanne Reynolds has received a Women of Achievement Award from the General Federation of Women’s Clubs of North Carolina in recognition of her work in domestic violence and in improving the law of the family.

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Professor Suzanne Reynolds offers Justice Ginsburg support

Wake Forest University School of Law Professor Suzanne Reynolds was featured in an interview on Winston-Salem’s local NBC affiliate WXII regarding U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s hospitalization and surgery for pancreatic cancer.

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Wake Forest Law alumni perform well on election night

Wake Forest Law alumna and Democrat Kay Hagan (’78) beat out U.S. Sen. Elizabeth Dole on Tuesday to become North Carolina’s newest U.S. senator. The race for Dole’s seat gained nationwide attention as the state senator from Greensboro received backing from the national Democratic Party in her successful attempt to unseat Dole.

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