Wake Forest Law Review

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National Jurist names Sarah Saint (JD ’17) ‘Law Student of the Year’

The National Jurist has named Huntsville, Alabama-native Sarah Saint (JD ’17) “Law Student of the Year” in the following story, “Law Students of the Year: Sarah Saint, Wake Forest University,” written by Mike Stetz and published on March 8, 2017.

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Wake Forest Law Review announces incoming editorial staff for 2017-18

The Wake Forest Law Review has announced the 2017-2018 board of editors. “Please join me in congratulating the outstanding students who have been selected to serve as the next editorial board for the Wake Forest Law Review,” writes Editor-in-Chief Kayleigh Butterfield (JD ’17). “We are very excited to welcome these new editors and to watch as they help the Law Review continue to succeed over the coming year.”

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Wake Forest Law Review hosts 25th biennial Business Symposium ‘The Future of Sovereign Wealth Funds’ on March 24

Wake Forest Law Review 2017 Spring Symposium — the journal’s 25th biennial Business Symposium — will focus on “The Future of Sovereign Wealth Funds” (SWFs), which have emerged over the past decade as an important new force in global finance.

The event, which is free and open to the public, is scheduled to begin at 8:30 a.m. on Friday, March 24, 2017, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 3221. Approval of free Continuing Legal Education credit from the North Carolina Bar is pending.

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Wake Forest Law to host World Tort Law Society’s biennial meeting Nov. 13-18, 2017

From Harbin, China, to Vienna, Austria, to Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the third biennial meeting of the World Tort Law Society will be held Nov. 13-18, 2017, at Wake Forest Law in the Worrell Professional Center.

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Professor Harold Lloyd organizes publication of Wake Forest Law Review’s ‘Revisiting Langdell: Legal Education Reform and the Lawyer’s Craft’

Professor Harold Lloyd, an associate professor of legal analysis and writing, has organized the publication of “Revisiting Langdell: Legal Education Reform and the Lawyer’s Craft,” a book that reproduces Volume 51 of the 2015 Wake Forest Law Review symposium on Langdell and legal education reform.

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Wake Forest Law Review article featured on Law Professors Blog Network

Wake Forest Law Review was mentioned on Law Professor Blog Network’s CrimProf Blog. The blog post features William & Mary Law Professor Adam Gershowitz’ recent paper, “Consolidating Local Criminal Justice: Should Prosecutors Control the Jails?,” which appeared in the Law Review, Vol. 15.  Gershowitz’ abstract follows.

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Wake Forest Law Review’s fall symposium on human trafficking featured in WFU student newspaper, Old Gold & Black

Wake Forest Law Review‘s fall symposium, “Combatting Human Trafficking: Current Trends and Cutting Edge Issues,” was featured in the Old Gold & Black, Wake Forest University’s student newspaper.  The article, authored by undergraduate senior Melissa Libuttti and published on Nov. 3, 2016, follows.

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Professor Harold Lloyd and Wake Forest Law Review featured on Law Professor Blog Network for “Revisiting Langdell” Symposium

Professor Harold Lloyd and Wake Forest Law Review were featured in Paul Caron’s post on Law Professor Blogs Network, “Wake Forest Symposium: Revisiting Langell — Legal Education Reform and The Lawyer’s Craft.”

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University of Houston Law Center professor’s article in Wake Forest Law Review referenced on Farrell Fritz Attorneys

In the Farrell Fritz Attorneys article “Minority Oppression in LLCs: Interview with Professor Douglas Moll,” which includes the corresponding audio episode, Peter Mahler interviews University of Houston Law Center Professor Douglas Moll about the problems with minority oppression in LLCs.  Professor Moll’s 2005 article in the Wake Forest Law ReviewMinority Oppression & The Limited Liability Company: Learning (or Not) from Close Corporation History,” is referenced.

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John I. Sanders (JD ’16) authors Huffington Post blog post on insider trading

John I. Sanders (JD ’16), formerly a member of Wake Forest Law Review and the president and treasurer of the Wake Intellectual Property Student Association (WIPSA), authored the following post, “Insider Trading: A Danger for New Lawyers,” published on the Huffington Post blog on Sept. 16, 2016.

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