New video series explores Elon Law’s leadership program
A five-part video series exploring Elon University School of Law’s leadership program has been published on the law school's website. The series features Elon Law faculty, students, alumni, and founders of the law school describing the value of the leadership program and its substance across three years of law study.
Click on the E-Cast links to the right of this article to watch the video series and to download a companion brochure about the program.
The leadership website also includes links featuring Elon Law’s Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series, the Leadership Fellows program, and the David Gergen Award for Leadership and Professionalism.
Over the course of its three-year program, Elon Law incorporates the best of leadership education through courses and experiential learning opportunities, with students working directly with faculty, attorneys, judges, and nonprofit and public interest organizations across North Carolina and beyond.
“As one who has been involved in trying to work with the next generation, to prepare a fresh generation of leaders for this country, public leaders which I think we need so much, Elon Law’s emphasis on community service and leadership has enormous appeal to me.”
- David Gergen, former adviser to four United States presidents, Director of the Center for Public Leadership and Professor of Public Service at the Harvard Kennedy School, and Chair of Elon’s Law School Advisory Board.
"In a world of new and unprecedented challenges, Elon Law graduates will be equipped to seize enormous opportunities for leadership and service. They will recognize their responsibility to be civically engaged, to serve and to lead, and they will work to revive those historic ideals of the legal profession."
- George R. Johnson, Jr., Dean and Professor of Law