Led by graduates from the Class of December 2019, the most recent volume of the Elon Law Review features articles and commentaries on topics that include the U.S. Supreme Court, assessments for measuring student learning in law school, and the politicization of the American judiciary.
The newest volume of the Elon Law Review is now available online.
Comprised of two issues, Volume 12 includes scholarship on judicial independence and the U.S. Supreme Court, assessments of students learning, commentary on refugee naturalization and solar energy in North Carolina, and a review of a book on land rights in American Samoa.
Five of the six feature articles in the second issue were authored by speakers and panelists who visited Greensboro for the Elon Law Review’s 2019 Symposium.
The Elon Law Review was established in 2008 as the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal of 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 issues 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.
Leadership of Volume 12 of the Elon Law Review
Emily Benson Chatzky
Anna Kathryn Barnes & Brandon Ballard
Mackenzie Karnes & Haley Lohr
Notes & Comments Editors
Kathryn Magoon & Zachary Green
Travis James Poulos
Enrique Armijo & Eric Fink