Elon Law's charter class contributions to Greensboro featured on WFMY News 2

George R. Johnson, Jr., Dean of Elon University School of Law, and Luke Spencer, a member of the charter class, spoke with WFMY News 2 reporter Justin Quesinberry on May 22 about the impacts that the law school is having on the economic and social well-being of Greensboro.

Members of the charter class of Elon University School of Law

In the news segment, Johnson highlights the value of Elon Law’s Joseph M. Bryan Distinguished Leadership Lecture series, typically held at The Carolina Theatre, enriching the cultural and political life of the city by bringing national and state leaders to Greensboro for public lectures.

Spencer notes that Elon Law is serving an important need by producing lawyers who will help to address social needs in the community. The news segment highlights Spencer’s community service contributions during his three years at Elon Law, assisting victims of domestic violence and advising a non-profit organization in Greensboro, as well as his plans to join the Air Force JAG Corps.

Quesinberry also explores the positive economic impacts Elon Law is having on Greensboro, highlighting the 21,000 hours of community service that the charter class has contributed in the region.

Click on the E-Cast link to the right of this article to watch the news feature.