Elon Law Review
The fall 2013 symposium of the Elon Law Review took place Friday, November 1 at Elon Law. The symposium examined the implications of United States Supreme Court cases United States v. Windsor and Hollingsworth v. Perry for Family Law, Constitutional Law, Tax Law, and Society. The symposium was co-sponsored by The Marriage and Family Law Research Project of BYU Law School. Details are available here.
- The 2012 Symposium, “Emerging Issues in First Amendment Jurisprudence: Interpreting the Relationship Between Religion and the State in the Modern Age,” took place Oct. 26, 2012. Click here for details.
The 2011 Symposium, “Terrorism’s Impact on Criminal Justice: How the Detection, Investigation, and Prosecution of Criminal Activity Has Changed Since 9/11,” took place Oct. 21. Click here for details.
The law review was a major sponsor of a Nov. 4, 2011 forum on lawyer, judge, novelist, and activist Albion Tourgée. The law review will publish proceedings from the forum. Click here for details about the forum.
- Click here for details about the 2010 Symposium on transparency, secrecy, and the Internet, held Oct. 29, 2010.
The Elon Law Review was established in 2008 as the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal of the Elon University School of Law. With each issue, the Elon Law Review strives to advance legal education and scholarship through the contribution of intelligent discussion and analysis of the law. In addition to publishing two issues annually that examine novel and significant topics of legal scholarship, the Elon Law Review hosts a yearly symposium on an emerging topic in the legal community.