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The well-attended reception featured Dean Blake Morant’s update on plans for the law school to become the sole occupant of the Worrell Professional Center, which was built to be shared with the graduate business school. Thanks to a generous donation, the Schools of Business will move to Farrell Hall, currently under construction. Anticipating the full use of Worrell, Wake Law plans renovations and cutting edge technological enhancements.
Smith Debnam has a significant history with Wake Forest University. All four founding partners graduated from Wake Forest University School of Law, and three of the four were also Demon Deacon undergraduates. Current partners Thurston Debnam, Jerry Myers, Bettie Sousa, and Adam Gottsegen received their Juris Doctorates from Wake Law, and partner Byron Saintsing and associate Alicia Jurney Whitlock were Wake Forest University undergraduates.