Alumni

Welcome Alumni and Friends!

Elon Law alumni welcome bannerWe welcome and encourage your calls, emails, and visits to the law school so that we can support you in all your endeavors. The faculty and administration of Elon Law want to help you in all ways possible as you advance in your careers and in your vocations as lawyer-leaders within your communities.

"Elon Law graduates confront a world of new and unprecedented challenges. But in those challenges may lie their enormous opportunities and possibilities for leadership and service, and already they have shown themselves fit for the challenge ... Already they have demonstrated a responsibility to their communities that transcends earning a living. Already they have recognized their responsibility to be civically engaged, their responsibility both to serve and to lead ... in their so doing, we predict they will continue to work to revive those historic ideals of the legal profession."

- George R. Johnson, Jr., Professor of Law, Elon University School of Law

Alumni News

Retired U.S. Senator to visit Elon Law for leadership lecture

Reserve seats now to hear Kay Bailey Hutchison, an influential leader who represented Texas for two decades on Capitol Hill, when she visits Elon Law in Greensboro on April 13 for a 6:30 p.m. program that is free and open to the public.

A celebration of Elon Law's 10th anniversary

Supporters of Elon University School of Law gathered March 17 for a special luncheon to recognize the collective efforts of community, civic, and philanthropic leaders who helped launch "a law school with a difference."

Elon Law hosts #ElonDay festivities 

Students, faculty and staff gathered for morning biscuits and a lunchtime cake on March 7 as part of #ElonDay, the single-largest day of giving in Elon University history.

Former ABA president to deliver Elon Law Commencement address

Virginia attorney Robert J. Grey Jr. will offer wisdom to graduates on May 20, 2017, in Elon Law’s final springtime Commencement as the school fully transitions to its new 2.5-year curriculum.

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