Law faculty featured in President’s Report
Elon University President Leo M. Lambert’s 2012 President's Report features video interviews and reports about the accomplishments of law professors Eric Fink and Henry Gabriel. The 2011 report spotlighted the activities of law professors Helen Grant and David Levine.
In the 2012 President's Report, Fink discusses, “Bringing social science perspectives to the law,” and Gabriel offers commentary on, “Creating legal frameworks to ensure food security.”
In the 2011 President's Report, Grant provided insight on “Preparing socially responsible leaders,” and Levine reviewed his scholarship about, “Understanding technology’s impact on intellectual property law.”
The 2012 President’s Report details the scholarship of 11 faculty members along with 13 students. The President’s Report also includes a timeline of Elon’s 2011-12 milestones
In a letter introducing this year's report, Lambert wrote, "This report illustrates the many ways Elon faculty, staff and students have embraced the university's strategic plan, the Elon Commitment. Their impressive work supports our goal of being the nation's preeminent community for engaged learning. "