Wake Forest Law School has released an article about the upcoming oral arguments to be held in its facilities. This law office is representing the defendant in the first case to be argued.
For the 22nd consecutive year, Wake Forest Law will host oral arguments in the North Carolina Court of Appeals starting at 3 p.m. on Tuesday, Feb. 25, in the Worrell Professional Center, Room 1312. The oral argument is open to the public and law school community. The panel of judges include Chief Judge John C. Martin (’67), Judge Linda McGee and Judge Sanford Steelman.
“A panel of judges on the North Carolina Court of Appeals has visited Wake Forest for an afternoon of arguments for the past 22 years, allowing our law students to see what real appellate arguments are like and to see that their own oral arguments are nothing to fear,” Professor Chris Coughlin explained. ”We are fortunate to have this opportunity.” The following two cases have been set for argument: State v. Monroe (COA No. 13-954) and In the Matter of W.J.W., (COA No. 13-1129). The first involves jury instructions, while the second addresses a juvenile case.
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