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  1. 'Helpful mentor and friend' honored with top Elon Law award

    The David Gergen Award for Leadership & Professionalism, bestowed each year at Elon University School of Law’s Commencement, recognizes one student in the graduating class who embodies the highest levels of selfless leadership and service.

  2. Jennifer Eidum and Student Present at National Convention

    English with teacher licensure major Courtney Kobos presented her Leadership Prize research alongside her mentor, Assistant Professor of English Jennifer Eidum, at the National Council of Teachers of English Convention in Houston, Texas. 

  3. Winter storm covers campus in snow

    Elon students woke up Sunday to a snow-covered campus as a winter storm passes through the area. Watch a video of the campus transformed into a Winter Wonderland.

  4. UPDATE: University opening at 10 a.m. Wednesday

    Elon University—both main campus and the law school—will operate on a delayed schedule for Wednesday, Dec. 12, opening at 10 a.m. The revised final exam schedule released Monday remains unchanged.

  5. I Am Elon with Emma Ott ’19

    The finance and statistics double major works in the Student Professional Development Center, provides tutoring, leads admissions tours and mentors first-year students.

  6. Political science major presents at professional conference

    Caitlin Wynn ’20, a political science major, recently presented her research on how the personalities of political leaders may help explain the way they react to corruption allegations at the International Studies Association-Midwest annual convention in St. Louis.

  7. Duo marks best ever Elon Law finish at National Moot Court Competition

    Capping a busy fall for advocacy students at Elon Law, Jordan Hensley L'18 and Therron Causey L'19 reached the semifinals in the Richmond regional of a program co-sponsored by New York City Bar Association's National Moot Court Competition Committee and the American College of Trial Lawyers.