LL.M. Lunch & Learn Series
Each year the Master of Laws (LL.M.) in American Law program brings a new group of diverse, distinguished law students and attorneys from around the world to Wake Forest Law. While they are here to learn about the American law system, the university in exchange learns a great deal about their various legal systems and cultures. To cultivate this cultural exchange, the law school’s International Programs department organizes a series of “LL.M. Lunch & Learn” presentations where LL.M. students speak about various legal issues in their home countries.
Tuesday, November 5 at 12:00pm:
Sharia Law: Past & Present
Our distinguished scholars from the LL.M. class of 2014 will discuss Sharia law and give some examples of its use in today’s world. Mr. Ahmed Aldibasi and Mr. Alaa Marghalani will discuss Sharia Law in Saudi Arabia and Mr. Aboubakar Ousman will discuss Sharia Law in Chad. Read the student biographies and view the event flyer. For event details and to register, click here.
Tuesday, October 8 at 12:00pm:
Law & Law Enforcement in Kosovo, South Korea, and Palestine
Each of our presenters, from the LL.M. class of 2014, have experience working in the criminal justice system in their home countries. Read the student biographies and view the event flyer. For event details and to register, click here.