- The Conversation: Trump calls border a 'crisis of the soul': 3 scholars react to his Oval Office address
In this piece written for The Conversation, Enrique Armijo, associate dean for academic affairs and associate professor at Elon Law, offers insight into the recent Oval Office address by President Donald Trump.
- Elon Law hosts conversation on leadership
Four leaders in higher education, business, and law - including Elon University President Connie Book - shared advice for young professionals who aspire to serve their communities at a Monday event co-hosted by Elon Law and Action Greensboro's "Campus Greensboro" and synerG programs.
- Renowned doctor offers study (and life) advice at Elon Law
In a visit sponsored by the Office of Academic Success, Dr. William Kraus of the Duke Molecular Physiology Institute offered suggestions to nearly 100 Elon Law students for finding success in class, exceling on the bar exam, and maintaining a healthier lifestyle.
- Elon Law scholar predicts N.C. justice trends for regional newspapers
Associate Dean Enrique Armijo discussed in the state's two largest newspapers the results of recent elections after Democrats won seats on the Supreme Court of North Carolina, the state’s Court of Appeals, and district attorney and sheriff's office races in large metropolitan areas.
- Building a family legacy from the bench
The Hon. Sarah Neely Lanier L’10 took an oath of office this week as she ascends to the same North Carolina District Court bench once occupied by her father.
- Elon Law scholar reelected to UNIDROIT
Professor Henry Gabriel will continue his service to an intergovernmental organization based in Rome that aims to modernize and coordinate international commercial law.
- Kente ceremony highlights courage & resilience
Encouraged to “be brave for who you will become,” African-American students in Elon Law’s Class of 2018 were celebrated by family, friends, faculty and staff in a kente-donning program preceding Commencement.
- Elon Law Remembers MLK Jr.: A Conversation on 'Prince Edward County' – Jan. 24
Randy Williams, associate vice president for campus engagement and an assistant professor of education, reflects on Elon University’s 2018–19 Common Reading, 'Something Must Be Done About Prince Edward County,' in a program to engage the community on contemporary issues involving civil rights and race.
- Distinguished Leadership Lecture featuring Loretta Lynch - Feb. 28
Tickets to see Loretta Lynch, the first African-American woman to serve as Attorney General of the United States and an accomplished former federal prosecutor, go on sale starting February 7, 2019.