With a growing number of law schools accepting the Graduate Record Exam in lieu of the Law School Admissions Test, surely there is an easy way for admissions committees to equate GRE scores with LSAT scores. According to the Educational ...Read More »
The Duke University law school didn’t sit a lot of graduates for July’s North Carolina bar examination, but just about every Blue Devil who took the test passed it. Overall, 23 of 24 graduates — including two repeat test-takers — ...Read More »
While seating fewer examinees than every school except Duke, Wake Forest School of Law graduates achieved the highest pass rate, 82.86 percent, among North Carolina’s seven law schools. Wake jumped more than 7 percentage points from last year’s mark of ...Read More »
WINSTON-SALEM–A U.S. Congressional Open World Delegation from Moldova is visiting the Wake Forest University School of Law to learn more about the country’s laws and policies regarding anti-discrimination. The visit is scheduled for Thursday and is part of Adjunct Professor ...
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North Carolina’s seven law schools wrapped up another round of commencements this month, granting law degrees to approximately 1,490. Here’s a look at the totals. Campbell University School of Law, May 9, 250 graduates. North Carolina Central University School of ...Read More »
Experts say wariness of medical-malpractice claims and a discomfort that arises from occupations with different bodies of training has historically led physicians and attorneys to operate on separate playing fields. "There's been a mutual suspicion of the other profession," said Dr. Stephen Kramer (pictured), professor of psychiatry and behavioral medicine at Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center in Winston-Salem. "They're both highly traditional and learned professions, and you'd think they'd have a lot in common, but the mindset is very different.Read More »
Wilson Parker, a constitutional law expert at Wake Forest University's School of Law, has just published a law book that doesn't cite any cases. But it has plenty of good advice. With headings such as "Pay Attention!" Parker lays out everything a college student might need to know about avoiding legal problems in Ignorance is No Defense: A College Student's Guide to N.C. Law.Read More »