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Matthew PhillipsMatthew T. Phillips is the John Hendley Fellow and an associate teaching professor in the Wake Forest University School of Business. He is the director of the BB&T Center for the Study of Capitalism, which focuses on the connections of business and capitalism to a humane and just society.

Matthew works to bring to life his training and experience in law, religion, and higher education — in the classroom, in research, and in his work with practicing professionals.

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NC State Bar Journal: “Three Uncles at the Bar” 4 Sep 2017 Posted in: In the Media - The North Carolina State Bar Journal has published an expanded version of the essay, "Three Uncles at the Bar," that I wrote on this site about a year ago.
OPCD Videos: Running Your Life Like a Business 19 Jul 2017 Posted in: In the Media - Basic principles from business strategy can help us think through how we want to maximize the resources we have in our lives—especially time.
2020 Annual Meeting Planning 6 Jun 2017 Posted in: ALSB - Being a candidate for the executive committee offers the chance to gratefully reflect on what makes the ALSB special.
Phillips named to Pro Bono Honor Society 22 May 2017 Posted in: Uncategorized - Matthew Phillips was recognized as an inaugural member of the Pro Bono Honor Society by the NC Equal Access to Justice Commission.
Tradition and Innovation in Business Law 17 May 2017 Posted in: ALSB - Matthew is a candidate for the executive committee of the Academy of Legal Studies in Business.