- Elon Law Review names staff for Volume 12
Twelve students from the Class of 2020 were selected to help publish the law school's annual journal aimed at advancing legal education and scholarship.
- Elon Law welcomes new faculty for 2019-20
Assistant Professors Tiffany Atkins L'11 and Vanessa Zboreak will add to Elon Law's Legal Method & Communication Program while Assistant Professor Katherene "Kathy" Conner begins direction of the law school’s Residency-in-Practice Program.
- Elon Law honors retiring faculty members
Professors, students and alumni paid tribute to James G. Exum Jr., Margaret Kantlehner and Peter T. Hoffman in a Friday afternoon ceremony that celebrated their career highlights and prolific contributions to Elon Law.
- Congolese refugees reunite with family at PTI Airport
For the second time in a month, survivors from a war-torn region of the world arrived in Greensboro to reconnect with loved ones after receiving help from Elon Law's Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic.
- A prime place to study real estate law
In the latest in a series of profiles of Elon Law students reflecting on their residencies-in-practice, Aysha Johnson L'19 shares how her work for the Guilford County Clerk of Superior Court provided her with a deeper understanding of the complex issues involved in real estate law, property rights, and estate planning.
- Elon Law SBA recognizes 2019 honorees
The Student Bar Association presented awards to outstanding student organizations, leaders, faculty and staff on May 4 at the law school's annual Barristers' Ball.
- Elon Law dean: Bigger ideas needed in legal education
"Audacious is Not a Four Letter Word: Is Bold Big Enough for Legal Education?" by Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman in The University of Toledo Law Review encourages law schools to "develop a culture of distinctiveness" to address legal education's concerns about relevance, sustainability and value.