Wake Forest Law is home to North Carolina's newest Business Court. Equipped with the latest technology, it is virtually paperless and is often distinguished as the courtroom of the future.
This is a working court and presiding Judge Michael Robinson encourages students to sit in on hearings to watch proceedings.
As a law student you have access to all campus wellbeing services, recreation, and sport-related entertainment, including NCAA Division I athletics. Wake Forest is the smallest university to have all Division I athletic teams, including soccer, basketball, and American football. There are also intramural opportunities for graduate students.
Just a five-minute drive from campus, Wake Forest Law students enjoy all that downtown Winston-Salem has to offer. Known as North Carolina's "City of Arts and Innovation," Winston is home to a variety of restaurants, unique art galleries, and the area's leading technology and research park, Wake Forest Innovation Quarter.