- Awards program & reception honors Elon Law student achievement
Students in the Class of December 2017 and their families celebrated outstanding academic performance, pro bono work, and service to the law school in a ceremony on the eve of their graduation from Elon Law's highly experiential 2.5-year program.
- A jump that led to the law
When Joleen Parks graduates on Saturday in the first class to complete Elon Law's new 2.5-year program, it will be her next chapter in a life radically changed five years ago in the skies over North Carolina.
- A 'passport' to legal writing best practices
Elon Law, in coordination with the Legal Writing Institute, hosted a One-Day Workshop in December for regional law professors and practitioners who visited downtown Greensboro for a program that was part of a nationwide series.
- Elon Law Leadership Fellows share details of Capstone projects
A dozen Fellows in the Class of December 2017 recently shared with first-year students the details of projects aimed at improving the community while strengthening their own leader lawyer skills.
- Elon Law professor quoted in news reports on Haitian immigrants
Assistant Professor Heather Scavone spoke with the (Raleigh, N.C.) News & Observer about the announced end to legal protections for Haitians unable to return to their home country following a 2010 earthquake.
- Elon Law Review announces Volume 11 editorial board
Thirteen of Elon University School of Law's top students will guide the publication of the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal.
- Elon Law scholar shares trade secrets research in Mexico City
Associate Professor David S. Levine presented his forthcoming co-authored article in the Wake Forest Law Review at a November conference hosted by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.