- AARP Tax Clinic with Elon Law students returns for 2017
Elon Law students will again assist taxpayers with tax preparation, at no cost, in partnership with AARP Foundation Tax-Aide. The clinic runs Feb. 2 - April 13.
- Encouraging pro bono legal work in North Carolina
In a January presentation to the N.C. Equal Access to Justice Commission, two Elon Law Leadership Fellows shared their research into the many ways law firms around the United States support attorneys who provide free legal advice to those in need.
- MLK forum prepares Elon Law students to 'answer the knock'
Elon University Assistant Professor Cherrel Miller Dyce challenged law students to better understand their social, moral and psychological identities before confronting threats to social justice in their careers.
- Elon Law Review announces Volume 10 editorial board
A dozen 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 honored by ABA Section of International Law
Professor Henry Gabriel has been named the 2017 recipient of the Leonard J. Theberge Award for Private International Law for making distinguished, long-standing contributions to the development of private international law.
- In My Words: Let's not trump the rule of law
Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman recently published a column in regional newspapers about the importance of the rule of law to the American system of governance.
- The role of law professors as 'policy influencers'
Associate Professor David S. Levine's recent article in the Wake Forest Law Review Online argues that imbalances in the knowledge environment create a duty for law professors to ensure that underfunded and diffuse public interests have a say in policy debates.
- Faith Rivers James presents on Elon Law leadership program
The law school's associate dean of experiential education and leadership took part in two programs organized as part of the annual meeting of the Association of American Law Schools.
- Elon Law alum sworn in as N.C. District Court judge
In a ceremony attended by some of North Carolina’s legal elite, Carrie Vickery L’09 took her oath of office Thursday to serve Forsyth County as a District Court judge, making her to first alum to ascend to the bench since Elon Law first opened a decade ago.
- Catherine Ross Dunham provides rules update to AALS members
The professor of law contributes each year to the Civil Procedure Section Newsletter of the Association of American Law Schools, helping to inform American law professors about changes to federal rules that govern the handling of lawsuits.
- In My Words: Law Schools Needn't be the Blacksmiths of Today
Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman recently published a column in regional newspapers about the need for innovation in American legal education.
- Elon Law celebrates Class of 2017 early graduates
The law school community gathered Dec. 15, 2016, to recognize 10 students who completed their legal studies a semester early while, in the words of Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman, “leaving this place better than you found it.”
- Elon Law’s residencies-in-practice shape student knowledge
The opportunity to work full-time in a course-connected legal environment has already "exceeded expectations" of students in the Class of December 2017 whose experiential learning is unlike that found at other law schools.
- Enrique Armijo guest on 'Flash Forward' podcast
Elon Law's associate dean of Academic Affairs took part in a Dec. 6, 2016, conversation about the future of "fake news" where no one knows what is real - and what can be done about it.
- NBC's Ronan Farrow: 'This community ... has the power to take risks'
In his recent visit to Elon Law, the Yale Law graduate and former American diplomat praised students for keeping a focus on "real-world problems" that their future degrees will help them to address.
- Alumna's election marks milestone for Elon Law
Carrie Vickery L'09 will be the first Elon Law alumna to preside from a bench after winning her campaign this month to serve residents of Forsyth County as a District Court judge.
- Legal group honors Elon Law students, Advisory Board member
The Guilford County Association of Black Lawyers awarded scholarships to Andreas Mosby L’17 and Vondella Smith L’17, and then presented a lifetime achievement award to retired North Carolina Supreme Court Chief Justice Henry Frye, at its inaugural gala.
- 'The relevance of courts is at risk'
An Elon Law Review symposium focused on the American judiciary brought judges, attorneys and scholars to campus just days before a national election that will determine the outcome of critical issues facing federal and state courts across the United States.
- Reserve seats now for Ronan Farrow's visit to Elon Law
The NBC correspondent, human rights activist, and lawyer will visit Elon Law in downtown Greensboro at 6:30 p.m. on Nov. 15, 2016, to deliver "The Power and Perils of the Millennial Mind."
- Black Lives Matter theme of Elon Law discussion
Four panelists took part in a moderated conversation Wednesday evening as nearly 130 students and community members discussed the history, status and future of the Black Lives Matter movement.
- Elon Law student interns for UN international criminal tribunal
Third-year student Caroline Highland has assisted with research and the review of witness statements in the retrial of two men indicted for their alleged activities in Serbian State Security during the 1990s.
- Elon Law announces new Moot Court Board members
Twenty-six students will help guide the school's Moot Court Program by participating in upcoming national contests and by coordinating Elon Law's own national moot court competition in April 2017.
- Immigration law seminar brings legal leaders to Elon Law
More than 120 attorneys, students, faculty, staff and alumni took part in October's sixth annual Immigration Law Seminar hosted by Elon Law's Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic.
- ABA president at Elon Law: 'Be prepared to outwork everyone else'
American Bar Association President Linda Klein visited Elon Law on Monday for a special luncheon with some of the school’s top students and legal leaders from the North Carolina Bar Association and the Greensboro Bar Association.
- Elon Law awarded grant to study impact of new curriculum
The Access Group Center for Research & Policy Analysis awarded Elon Law a grant of more than a quarter million dollars to assess enhancements to a program that graduates students in less time, and with greater cost savings, than traditional three-year law schools.
- Elon Law crowns 2016 intramural moot court champs
Fifty students took part in an annual competition that challenged participants this fall to argue the merits or mistakes of prosecutorial decisions in a fictional murder case.
- Elon Law named among best law schools by Princeton Review
The influential college guide lists Elon Law in its 2017 edition of "The Best 172 Law Schools," which featured feedback from an 80-question student survey.
- Tiffany Atkins serves on panel at SALT conference
A Legal Method and Communication Fellow at Elon Law, Atkins contributed to a discussion on "Breaking-In and Staying-In the Law School Community" for the Society of American Law Teachers’ annual conference.
- Elon Law SBA raises money for homelessness prevention initiative
The law school's Student Bar Association organized the inaugural Golf for Guilford tournament in September to benefit the county's Partners Ending Homelessness.
- Elon Law hosts Friends & Family Day
Dozens of families visited Greensboro, North Carolina, for an annual event that demonstrated what life is like for Elon Law students preparing to serve as lawyer leaders.
- Elon Law honors vice chair of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights with leadership award
The Hon. Patricia Timmons-Goodson, a former associate justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court nominated by President Barack Obama to serve as a federal district court judge, received Elon Law’s 2016 Leadership in the Law Award.
- Common Reading author Stevenson encourages change through proximity, empowerment
Attorney and author Bryan Stevenson's book "Just Mercy" is the common reading assignment for all first-year Elon students this academic year.
- Top N.C. jurists offer counsel and wisdom to Class of 2018
Three former chief justices of the North Carolina Supreme Court - today members of the Elon University School of Law Board of Advisors - shared personal and career stories to new students enrolled in an August legal leadership class.
- Elon Law faculty share research at Stanford conference
Associate Professor David S. Levine and Tim McFarlin, a Legal Method and Communication Fellow at Elon Law, presented their scholarship at the 16th Annual Intellectual Property Scholars Conference.
- Elon Law summer class visits embassies in D.C.
The class participated in a private question-and-answer session with diplomats from each consulate, and students enjoyed robust and instructive conversations on topics of international law and policy.
- New scholarship honors former Elon Law administrator
The Eugenia H. Leggett-Frank Endowed Scholarship has been established in memory of a retired senior administrator whose dedication and commitment to Elon Law contributed to the innovative, vibrant school it is today.
- Elon Law's Class of 2018 'reaches out' into community
New students spent part of a day assisting local nonprofits and agencies with activities that helped improve the lives of people and animals in need across North Carolina's Piedmont Triad.
- Convocation proffers words of wisdom and call to honor
An annual program for new Elon Law students emphasized the values of Elon University as the Class of 2018 begins its studies at the preeminent law school for engaged and experiential legal education.
- 'You're going to be great lawyers'
The Class of 2018 is one of the most diverse in the history of Elon Law with students drawn to North Carolina for a legal program focused on experiential education like no other law school in the nation.
- American Immigration Lawyers Association honors Elon Law clinic
The university’s Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic received a "Pro Bono Champion" award for student efforts last year to assist asylum seekers at a civil detention center in Texas.
- Elon Law students excel in summer employment
From the International Institute for the Unification of Private Law in Rome to the North Carolina Supreme Court, Elon Law students are gaining hands-on experience in a variety of opportunities that develop their knowledge of the legal profession.
- Elon Law grad featured on WRAL for immigration work
Before she graduated in May, Angelique Ryan L'16 traveled to Ethiopia to advocate for a family separated by war, and a top North Carolina television station covered that family's reunification this week at Raleigh-Durham International Airport.
- Elon Law & WECT-TV host 'Ask A Lawyer' Call-In
Elon University School of Law alumni and staff fielded phone calls from residents of Wilmington, North Carolina, and nearby communities in a June 21 televised program that offered answers to viewers unsure of where to turn for help with their legal questions.
- Michael Rich discusses police body cameras with Pacific Standard
Elon Law's Maurice Jennings Emerging Scholar offered a legal analysis of an ongoing public policy debate for an award-winning magazine dedicated to "forward-looking changes to private behavior and public policy."
- Enrique Armijo featured in Law360 story on ESPN lawsuit
The associate professor and associate dean of Elon University School of Law shared analysis of a lawsuit filed against the sports broadcasting giant for publishing photos of an NFL player's injured hands.
- Elon Law reunites family separated by war
Marcelline Nyiramagaju received asylum in the United States after fleeing violence in her native Democratic Republic of Congo. On June 2, 2016, with assistance from Elon Law's Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic, Nyiramagaju embraced two daughters for the first time in years.
- Gergen Award recipient eyes career in criminal law
Marissa Kuzbyt L'16 accepted Elon University School of Law's highest honor at May's Commencement when she received the 2016 David Gergen Award for Leadership & Professionalism.
- Journal of Leadership and the Law publishes issue on experiential education
Edited by Morgan Leigh Furman L'16, the fifth issue of an online journal published by Elon Law underscores the significance and impact of experiential learning in the context of law school and the legal profession.
- Luke Bierman featured on Oklahoma Legal Group blog
The dean of Elon Law answered questions from Oklahoma attorney Adam Banner about the biggest challenges facing law students, the evolution of American legal education, and the way technology will impact criminal defense, among other topics.
- 'Ensure that people's rights don't suffer'
In his Commencement address to Elon University School of Law’s Class of 2016, Judge Albert Diaz of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit encouraged graduates to use their legal education to help "reason, law, and precedent triumph over might, caprice, and whim."