- Elon Law alumni named to leadership program
Five graduates of Elon University School of Law were among 16 attorneys selected for the North Carolina Bar Association's Leadership Academy, a program designed to "help young lawyers become more effective leaders in their communities."
- Elon Law students selected for prestigious NCBA internship program
Ahmed Mohamed, Chris Tarpley and Tyrra Walker - members of Elon Law’s Class of 2019 - accepted distinguished work placements as part of the North Carolina Bar Association’s Minorities in the Profession 1L Summer Associate Program.
- Elon Law pays tribute to Faith Rivers James
The longtime associate dean for experiential education and leadership stepped down from Elon Law in January after joining The Citadel in South Carolina as assistant provost for leadership and department head of Leadership Studies.
- Elon Law scholar: 'Selective' conscientious objection might now be legal
An article by Associate Professor Andy Haile in a forthcoming issue of the University of Richmond Law Review points to the 1993 Religious Freedom Restoration Act as a possible defense for conscientious objectors who refuse to serve in some, but not all, wars.
- Schedule of events for Elon Law's 2018 Diversity Week
Several student groups have organized programs from Feb. 19-24 to showcase the impact and importance of diversity in the legal profession.
- Elon Law elects Student Bar Association leaders
The executive board and class representatives will help lead a governing body that serves as the umbrella organization for other law school organizations and committees.
- Elon Law librarian selected for national leadership program
Abby Deese, a reference librarian at Elon University School of Law, travels to Illinois in April for professional development and networking opportunities at the 2018 American Association of Law Librarians Leadership Academy.
- Elon Law alum to lead race-equity discussion - March 29
Ricky Watson Jr. L'11, co-director of the Youth Justice Project at the Southern Coalition for Social Justice, returns this spring to his alma mater's main campus in Alamance County for a conversation about the law, the school-to-prison pipeline, and improving educational outcomes for youth of color.