Wake Forest University School of Law

The formal study of law has been part of Wake Forest since 1894. Over the years, Wake Forest has evolved as a small Baptist college for men located just north of Raleigh, North Carolina, to an independent, multi-dimensional, nationally recognized university located in Winston-Salem. Wake Forest Law has grown along with and at times led the development of the institution of which it is a part. The law school, which has worked to meet the needs of a changing legal profession as well as the changing needs of students, continues to be a leader in legal education by modeling engagement and professionalism through academic excellence and a thorough commitment to service.

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By: Benjamin Woessner

In recent years, investors and corporate stakeholders have increased their focus on environmental, social, and governance (“ESG”) factors in their evaluation of company performance. Investors and stakeholders use these factors to assess companies’ participation in the advancement

By: Ben Suslavich

As Artificial Intelligence systems (“AI”) become increasingly prevalent in today’s world, there have been demands by some for AI algorithms to be “explainable.” Private companies, lawmakers, and the government have all discussed interest in