Trial Practice Program
The goal of the Trial Practice Program at Elon Law is to actively engage students in learning experiences which develop their analytical and oral advocacy skills through simulation-based learning using the basic structure of criminal and civil trials.
Legal Method & Communication Program
Elon Law is committed to providing students with rigorous, innovative instruction in legal research, writing and oral communication. Learn more about the Legal Method & Communication Program.
Moot Court Program
The Moot Court Board hosts an annual Intramural Competition, providing students an excellent opportunity to practice and sharpen the research, writing and oral advocacy skills they learn during their first year. The top competitors are invited to join the Moot Court Board, and as Board members, they represent Elon Law in competitions across the country and also host the annual Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition, which regularly brings over 30 teams from 20+ law schools to compete in Greensboro. Learn more about the Moot Court Program.
Mock Trial Program
Students on the Student Advocacy Board form Mock Trial Competition Teams and compete at events around the country, for instance the National Trial Competition (NTC) and the Student Trial Advocacy Competition (STAC). Members of the Student Advocacy Board develop practical litigation skills through preparation for and participation in national competitions. Learn more about the Mock Trial Program.
Elon Law Review
The Elon Law Review was established in 2008 as the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal of the Elon University School of Law.
Business Law Journal
The Business Law Journal is an online publication that aims to serve the business law community with reader friendly content on a variety of business law topics.
We invite you to learn more about Elon Law's Leadership Program through a video series featuring students, alumni, faculty, and founders of the law school.
One of Elon Law's distinctions is the Preceptor Program wherein experienced lawyers from a broad range of practice settings mentor Elon law students.
Academic and Bar Support Program
The Academic and Bar Support Program embraces principles of leadership education and self-regulated learning. The programming is premised on the idea that instruction in basic law school skills, coupled with individualized feedback and support, can significantly enhance students’ academic and life-long success.
The Business Fellows program is designed to provide students with the essential knowledge and practical, hands-on experience needed to become exceptional business attorneys.
Students invited into the Leadership Fellows program demonstrate exceptional leadership through community, collegiate, military, or other leadership experiences, as well as academic achievement.
Center for Engaged Learning
Intended to serve as a nexus for law teachers, students, administrators and practitioners to share different perspectives on how learning can be improved in law schools. Learn more about the Center for Engaged Learning.
Center for Law and Humanities
The Center for Law and Humanities is committed to the interdisciplinary study of law in concert with the fundamental humanistic principles that underpin Western theories of justice.