Alan Woodlief, senior associate dean for admissions, administration, finance and student experience, associate professor of law, director of moot court programs
(336) 279-9203, awoodlief@elon.edu

Elon Law Professor Alan Woodlief Alan Woodlief was named associate dean of admissions and administration for the Elon University School of Law in May 2005. He had served as associate dean for admissions at Campbell University's law school since 1999. A 1994 Campbell law graduate, Woodlief joined Campbell's law faculty in 1995, after serving as a research assistant for Associate Justice (later Chief Justice) Henry E. Frye of the North Carolina Supreme Court. Dean Woodlief has taught courses in commercial law, remedies, legal research and writing and appellate advocacy. Woodlief is the author of North Carolina Law of Damages, Fifth Edition, and North Carolina Civil Practice and Procedure, Sixth Edition, both published by West, a Thomson Reuters business. He also serves as a Research Associate for the Institute of Government, working with the Criminal Law Subcommittee of the North Carolina Superior Court Judge's Pattern Jury Instruction Committee. Woodlief also serves on the Publications Board of the North Carolina State Bar.

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Elon Law debate on judicial selection featured in NC State Bar Journal

Elon Law faculty at the forefront of judicial selection debate

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Woodlief publishes N.C. treatise supplements

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