Former House speaker Morgan to visit law school, April 3
Richard Morgan, former speaker of the N.C. House, will meet with students during a program from 3:15 to 4:15 p.m., Thursday, April 3 in room 206 at the law school. Morgan's visit is sponsored by Elon Law Republicans. Details...
Defending "disgusting speech" is part of civil liberties work, attorney says
Greensboro attorney Seth Cohen, who has represented clients in a number of high profile civil liberties cases, talked about his work defending the Bill of Rights during a March 19 program at the law school. The session was sponsored by the ACLU chapter at the law school. Details...
Leadership expert discusses life's competing roles
Balancing the variety of roles today's busy lifestyles demands can create stress for even the most successful people. David Campbell, a noted scholar with the Center for Creative Leadership, talked about the roles we all play and how they frequently overlap during a March 12 presentation at the law school. Details...
OutLaw hosts forum featuring gay, lesbian attorneys
Three Greensboro lawyers shared their experiences of practicing law as openly gay and lesbian attorneys during a March 12 forum at Elon University School of Law. The Out Lawyer Forum was sponsored by OutLaw, an organization of LGBT and allied law students at the law school. Details...
Passion, excitement are crucial to success, Melvin says
Former Greensboro mayor Jim Melvin told an audience at Greensboro's Empire Room Friday, March 7 that people enjoy making a difference and will support a project if it is rooted in a good idea. Melvin shared his perspectives on leadership and community involvement during the latest Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series program. Details and video clips...
Gubernatorial candidate visits with studentsState Senator Fred Smith, a Republican candidate for governor in 2008, discussed his campaign platform and talked about his experience practicing law with Elon law students Feb. 28. Smith's visit was sponsored by Elon Law Republicans. Details...
Academic calendar for 2008-2009 now available
To assist with planning purposes, the law school's tentative 2008-2009 academic calendar is now available online. Click here to see important dates for the next academic year, including start of school, orientation, holiday breaks and exams...
McElveen-Hunter discusses leadership, adversity during Bryan Lecture program
The Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series continued Wednesday, Feb. 20, as Bonnie McElveen-Hunter, chairman of the American Red Cross and former U.S. Ambassador to Finland, discussed her experiences with students, faculty and special guests at Elon University School of Law. Details and highlights from the program...
Admissions spring recruiting schedule announced
You can visit with admissions representatives from Elon Law at various recruiting events this spring. Follow this link to see the Spring 2008 admissions event calendar...
Former Commerce official discusses international trade, law with students
Jim Leonard, who had a hand in negotiations for the NAFTA and WTO agreements, talked about international law and trade and his work as deputy assistant secretary for textiles and apparel at the U.S. Department of Commerce during a visit with Elon law students Wednesday, Feb. 13. Details...
Inaugural Moot Court teams successful; additional team announced
Teams from Elon University School of Law participated in two moot court competitions Feb. 7-9, representing Elon exceptionally well against elite law schools from across the country. An additional team from the law school will compete at Seton Hall University in late March. Details...
N.C. among national leaders in females sentenced to death, Streib report finds
North Carolina has accounted for approximately 10 percent of the death sentences handed out to American females since 1973, and the state trails only California and Texas in the number of female offenders sentenced to death during that same time period. Click here for details from the latest report by Elon law faculty member Victor Streib...
Chambers delivers Diversity Day address
Civil rights pioneer Chambers delivers Diversity Day address
Julius Chambers, whose work as a civil rights attorney made school desegregation a reality in Charlotte and many other cities, told prospective law students that the poor and uneducated need advocates to fight on their behalf. Chambers' remarks came during the first Diversity Day at Elon University School of Law on Feb. 9.Details...
Englar, Grant quoted in Business Journal story on international law
Elon faculty members John Englar and Helen Grant are quoted in a Feb. 8 story in the Triad Business Journal that examines the impact of globalization on law schools and their efforts to incorporate international law and business into the learning experience. Details...
Bar review program employs
Fink to publish Notre Dame Law
Death penalty expert Victor
Streib joins law school faculty
Greensboro mayor tells students
city needs their talents
Law School programs benefit from
Dunham, Friedland present at
legal education conference in UK
Career panels enlighten students
on concentration areas
Elon kicks off Leadership
& Public Law course
Law school included in Chronicle
of Higher Education article
Students confront ethical issues
through divorce simulation
Mumma earns Tar Heel of the Year
honors from newspaper
Top trial lawyers train
for Trial Advocacy courses
Law School to host undergraduate
course on effective democracy
Most Influential list includes
law school leaders, supporters
Public Interest Law Society
donates items to local charities
Moot Court team members,
alternates chosen for spring 2008
Former Burlington Industries
attorney Englar joins law school
New DVD on law school experience
Rivers presents paper at ARNOVA
Afternoon tea features student
Students test knowledge in final
FOX-8 report features Elon Law,
Alexander, Gergen help select
"America's Best Leaders"
Elon trustee, law professors
named to "Best Lawyers" list
Mock trial competition brings
undergraduate teams to Elon Law
Faculty participate in legal
education conference, publish scholarship
Reception opens Loewenstein
exhibition at law school
Wos encourages students to
travel, serve others during Bryan Lecture
Peters presents at legal
Law School to host exhibition of
architect's work beginning Nov. 6
Kantlehner to serve on NCBA 4ALL
N.C. Supreme Court Justice
Edmunds visits Federalist Society
Elon Law goes pink to fight
Military prosecutor shares moral
dilemma from terrorism case
Evidence class gets visit from
man's best crime-solving friend
U.S. Supreme Court continues to
evolve, Howard says
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