Facing Down Saddam The United States may face trouble if it continues to pursue a go-it-alone policy toward the use of military force against Iraq, says Charles Kimball, chair of Wake Forest’s religion department and an expert on the religion and politics of the Middle East. Kimball, who has made more than 35 visits to […]
Julius Grey, a Canadian lawyer and professor at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, will speak at noon on Thursday, Nov. 20, on “Fundamental Rights in Canada and the United States” at Wake Forest University. The lecture is free and open to the public and will be held in Room 1308 of the Worrell Professional Center. […]
Supreme Court nominee Clarence Thomas mentioned it during his Senate confirmation hearing; Martin Luther King Jr. invoked it in his “Letter From Birmingham Jail.” Some of the nation’s leading experts will discuss “it” – natural law – Nov. 21-22 at Wake Forest University in the Tenth James Montgomery Hester Seminar in Philosophy, “Natural Law Theory: […]
Euthanasia: Can We Choose How We Die? A panel of Wake Forest professors will discuss the legal, moral, psychological, spiritual and emotional implications of euthanasia. Part of the Student Union’s Discovery Series, the program will be held from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 23, in the Rotunda area of Benson University Center. The […]
“NBC Nightly News with Tom Brokaw” is scheduled to broadcast a story on the Food Lion/ABC case tonight that was taped at the Wake Forest University School of Law. NBC correspondent Fred Francis visited the law school last Thursday, Jan. 29, to prepare a story on the case. During his visit, he met with some […]
P.C. Barwick Jr., an attorney with Wallace Morris Barwick & Rochelle in Kinston, was among 13 Wake Forest University law alumni admitted to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court.