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Death penalty expert’s report finds N.C. among national leaders in females sentenced to die

February 13, 2008

North Carolina has accounted for approximately 10 percent of the death sentences handed out to American females in the current death penalty era (1973-present), and the state trails only California and Texas in the number of female offenders sentenced to death during that same time period. See details from the latest report by Elon University School of Law faculty member Victor Streib...

Julius Chambers is featured speaker for first Diversity Day at Elon Law, Saturday, Feb. 9

February 11, 2008

Civil rights and school desegregation leader Julius Chambers will be the keynote speaker Saturday, Feb. 9 as Elon University School of Law hosts its first Diversity Day. The free event, which is designed primarily for minority students but is open to all who are considering law school, will take place from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Elon Law School, located at 201 North Greene Street in downtown Greensboro. Details...