Elon Law invites proposals from non-profit organizations to receive legal insights and analysis from law students
Non-profit organizations and government entities are invited to submit proposals about a legal problem they are facing, for consideration as a matter to be studied in-depth by Elon Law students. If selected, the legal issue will be researched and analyzed by second-year law students, under the supervision of law faculty. Students will also make presentations before each organization participating, recommending a range of possible solutions to each entity's respective legal problem.
The opportunity is provided through the winter term Public Law and Leadership course at the law school.
Organization’s interested in proposing a legal problem for review and consideration should click here to download a description of criteria and an application document.
Click here to learn more about the Public Law & Leadership course and The Leadership Program at Elon Law.
Click here for a report from last year’s course, in which law students advised three nonprofit organizations and a government agency in Greensboro.