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  1. Learning from the chief justice of the state’s top court

    Richard Williams conducted legal research for the Hon. Mark Martin of the Supreme Court of North Carolina as part of his Elon Law education. An aspiring criminal law attorney, Williams shared insights about his experience for the latest profile in a series of Q&A's on residency-in-practice placements for Elon Law's Class of 2018.

  2. Top German Studies graduates recognized

    Madeline “Maddy” Wetterhall ’18 and Mitchell Bergens ’18 were the recipients of this year’s Marsilius von Inghen Award for Excellence in German Studies.

  3. Legal residency delivers insight into education law

    Alishia Tidwell recently completed a residency-in-practice with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Education, which oversees North Carolina's second-largest school system. She shared reflections about her work for the latest profile in a series of Q&A's on residency placements for Elon Law's Class of 2018.