Choosing which law school you will attend is a considerable choice. We recognize how important it is for you to experience as much as possible before making your decision — viewing campus facilities, seeing the interactions between students and professors, and exploring the curricular and student life opportunities available. Wake Forest Law is dedicated to providing engaging experiences that show not only how we have adapted to current norms, but how our community thrives regardless of modality.
We invite you to explore the various ways in which to engage with us virtually this semester:
More information about each of these opportunities is contained below.
Let experience help you decide what is best for you. We encourage you to visit us in person. You’ll get a sense of our community and caliber of education by connecting with current students, attending a class, and taking a student-led tour of the law school. There is no better way to determine if the Wake Forest University School of Law is right for you.
Gaining perspective of the physical spaces where most of the law school experience takes place is also important. While no virtual experience can match walking through a facility in person, we invite you to view our short Virtual Tour video.
Admissions representatives will be in attendance at various law fairs throughout the semester. The registration process and format of each of these events may be different depending on the host institution. For more information, content the event host.
If you cannot make it to campus, we welcome meeting prospective students virtually and answering any questions you may have about Wake Forest Law. You can meet with us virtually through any of the following:
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Wake Forest University is a private institution with nearly 9,000 students collectively enrolled in undergraduate, graduate, and professional degree programs.
Pro Humanitate. Our motto, which roughly translates to “for Humanity,” is a calling to use our education and value for community to better the lives of others. No matter your personal interpretation, the spirit of pro humanitate is an opportunity to leave the world better than we found it.
|1834||Founded in Wake Forest, NC|
|1894||The School of Law opened|
|1956||Relocated to Winston-Salem, NC|
|Old Gold and Black||The official colors of Wake Forest University|
|Division I Athletics||Proud member of the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)|
|Demon Deacon||The official mascot|
Find yourself minutes from the heart of downtown Winston-Salem. Known as North Carolina’s “City of Arts and Innovation,” Winston-Salem is home to many locally owned restaurants and coffee shops, craft breweries, art galleries, and the area’s leading technology and research park, Wake Forest Innovation Quarter. Whether you prefer land or water, Winston-Salem and the surrounding area offers myriad outdoor adventures. With local lakes and state hiking trails, there are plenty of opportunities in and near the city to unwind in the great outdoors.