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Business law students use WCN to practice


Business law students use WCN to practice
Students scour the Wilson County News for any crime and court cases during business law class.


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Students in Laura Villafranco’s business law class search for crimes and court cases every week in the Wilson County News. After reading the articles, the students discuss the rules of law to determine what consequences the suspect should receive if found guilty. . . .

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