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Hooding 2016

Wake Forest Law celebrates first JD/MDiv and JD/MaSus dual degrees, first female SJD degree holder and confers hoods on 200-plus graduates

The Wake Forest University School of Law conferred hoods on more than 200 graduates on Sunday, May 15, including 184 Juris Doctor degree candidates, 16 international Master of Laws in American Law degree (LLM) candidates, 11 Master of Studies in Law (MSL) candidates and two Scientiae Juridicae Doctors (SJD) candidates. The school conferred hoods on the first two JD/MDiv dual degree graduates, Ashley Escoe of Arnoldsville, Georgia, and Marie Nkonge of Greensboro, North Carolina, and the first JD/MaSUS dual degree graduate, Nicholas Griffin of Fox Island, Washington. In addition, the law school conferred a hood on its first female SJD, Danya Abdulrahman Bin Mahatsin of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Continue reading »

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Professor Timothy Davis co-authors new book entitled ‘Sports Law: Governance and Regulation’

Professor Timothy Davis has recently written a book titled, “Sports Law: Governance and Regulation.

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Professor Timothy Davis tells Winston-Salem Journal it’s unclear whether fantasy football gambling websites are legal in North Carolina

Professor Timothy Davis was quoted in the story, “Controversies, lawsuits don’t keep players away from fantasy sports websites,” in the Winston-Salem Journal on Nov. 8. The article looks at two fantasy football websites and the possibility of insider trading and predatory tactics.

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Professor Timothy Davis featured in Journal of Blacks in Higher Education

Professor Timothy Davis has been appointed as Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. He is one of eight other African Americans in the country to be recently appointed to an administrative role in higher education.  Continue reading »

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Professor Timothy Davis named Wake Forest Law’s newest academic dean

Professor Timothy Davis will serve as Wake Forest Law’s newest Executive Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. He is the first African American to serve in this role at the law school. Continue reading »

Professor Timothy Davis tells Boston Herald attorney for NFL quarterback Tom Brady isn’t dealing with a complex matter

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Wake Forest Law professor, third-year law student featured speakers at 2015 Hooding Ceremony on Sunday, May 17

The Class of 2015 has spoken and has chosen Professor Timothy Davis and Kenny Cushing (JD ’15) to be the speakers for the Wake Forest University School of Law Hooding Ceremony on Sunday, May 17. Continue reading »

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Professor Timothy Davis quoted about SCOTUS decision on televised college football games

The excitement of watching your favorite college football teams on a big-screen TV. Non-stop action, from kickoffs at noon to contests on the West Coast that start closer to midnight. Blitz coverage of games on a host of television channels. Continue reading »

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Professor Tim Davis to present ‘The NCAA in Crisis: The Crossroads of Intercollegiate Sports’ at Oregon Law Review Symposium on April 11

Oregon Law Review’s spring symposium, The NCAA in Crisis: the Crossroads of Intercollegiate Sports, will provide a forum for a comprehensive inquiry into questions regarding the current state of NCAA regulations and enforcement, and an analysis of Ed O’Bannon v. NCAA and its potential implications on amateurism, anti-trust law, the gaming industry, and possible legislature involvement. Through this inquiry, Oregon Law Review hopes to formulate and analyze possible solutions to the NCAA’s current issue: how does the NCAA amend its regulatory and enforcement mechanisms to create a more efficient, effective, and fair organization? Continue reading »

Faculty News and Notes Winter 2013 – 2014

Following is the most recent roundup of Wake Forest University School of Law’s faculty research, publications, presentations, honors and awards. Continue reading »