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February 16, 2020 - February 22, 2020

Date » Time Event
Feb. 17 » 12:00 PMPatents TalkJoin the Wake Forest Intellectual Property Student Association for Patents 101 and a brief discussion about the Loyola Patent Law Interview Program.... Room 1107, Worrell
Feb. 18 » 11:00 AMNC Lawyer Assistance ProgramThe NC Lawyer Assistance Program (NC LAP) is a completely confidential, free program of the North Carolina State Bar that provides assistance to law... The Commons, Worrell
Feb. 18 » 12:00 PMWalker Moot Court Competition Interest MeetingJoin the co-chairs of the George K. Walker Moot Court Competition to learn more about the 1L competition this spring. Room 1312, Worrell
Feb. 19 » 12:00 PMNetworking Event: OCPD/WIL/FCWAAThe Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD), Women in Law (WIL), and the Forsyth County Women Attorneys Association (FCWAA) will host a... Room 1101, Worrell
Feb. 19 » 4:00 PMEnvironmental Law Society SpeakerJamie Cole from the North Carolina Conservation Network will discuss environmental law issues in North Carolina. Room 1107, Worrell
Feb. 21 » 12:45 PMCLE: Sports, Life, and DeathJoin Wake Forest Law faculty and alumni for a 4-hour Continuing Legal Education (CLE) course entitled "Sports, Life, and Death." North Carolina... Room 1101, Worrell
Feb. 21 » 3:00 PMFamily Detention and Credible Fear WorkshopThe Ad Hoc Immigration Pro Bono Project will be hosting a Family Detention Center and Credible Fear Workshop led by Professor Taylor to orient... Room 1310, Worrell
Feb. 22 » 12:00 PM1L Constitutional Law & Property WorkshopJoin the Wake Forest Academic Engagement Program (AEP) and Professor Quentin Huff for this 1L workshop designed to help you organize your materials... Room 1108, Worrell