"The Law of COVID-19: Courts, Education, and Civil Rights," the theme of the Elon Law Review's 2022 online symposium, takes place virtually on September 23 with legal scholars and advocates discussing the way the pandemic has affected the judicial system and the balance of public health with protecting individual freedoms.
The 2022 Elon Law Review Symposium takes place virtually on September 23 with legal leaders, scholars, and advocates poised to explore and discuss the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the administration of justice
There is no cost to attend and the Elon Law Review has applied to the North Carolina State Bar for the program to count toward 4.0 general CLE credits. You do not need to be a lawyer to participate.
The symposium includes Elon Law’s annual Jennings Family Lecture in Memoriam to Associate Professor Mike Rich. The Hon. Sam Ervin IV of the Supreme Court of North Carolina will deliver the 2022 address shortly after introductions by the Elon Law Review’s symposium editors.
Questions may be sent to email@example.com. Links and additional information will be emailed to registrants prior to the event.
Speakers & Panelists
- Luke Bierman, Professor of Law & Dean Emeritus, Elon University School of Law
- Lauren Brasil, Fair Housing Project, Legal Aid of North Carolina
- Chrystal Clodomir, Assistant Professor of Law, Elon University School of Law
- Margaret Dudley, Supervising Attorney, Elon Law’s Emergency Legal Services Program
- Associate Justice Sam J. Ervin IV, Supreme Court of North Carolina
- Lauren Hausman L’21, Intellectual Property Attorney in Florida
- Zoe Niesel, Professor of Law and Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, St. Mary’s University School of Law
- Angela Upchurch, Professor of Law, Southern Illinois University School of Law