New technologies and artificial intelligence will challenge what it means to be a lawyer and change the workplace. Graduates from Wake Forest Law are prepared to leverage those innovations and also have skills and qualities that can't simply be automated.
Knowing how to collaborate through difference is essential to building partnerships and coalitions that foster change at a state and local level, where change is happening. Shaped by a small and deeply personal education, we develop agents of progress and innovation.
For more than 125 years, we’ve been developing advocates who lead by pairing compassion and perseverance with creativity and character — a combination that ensures problems are assessed with integrity and professionalism.
Our degree and certificate programs offer a curriculum that allows each student to design their education in a way that intentionally connects legal theory to professional practice.
In the 2020 edition of The Jurist, we tell the story of Dean Jane Aiken and her dedication to scholarship, advocacy, and the expansion of justice. We also reflect on the ways Wake Forest Law has adapted and risen to the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic.Read The Jurist »
We tell the story of Dean Jane Aiken and reflect on the ways Wake Forest Law has adapted and risen to the challenges of COVID-19.Read The Jurist »
Wake Forest Law and Thomson Reuters are helping small business owners facing bankruptcy and the people who advise them.Learn More »
Our Pro Bono Project is assisting N.C. residents who have questions about unemployment insurance and federal supplements.Learn More »
An online symposium featuring experts who assess the legal and ethical issues arising from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).Watch Now »
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