Articles by Eric Townsend

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A road trip to Washington to watch history unfold

February 16, 2024

Elon Law’s Landon Eckard L’25 is still in awe of his “surreal” experience attending oral arguments before a U.S. Supreme Court that will decide whether Colorado erred in banning Donald Trump from its ballots. 

Accelerated Pathways Program nurtures future healthcare leaders

February 9, 2024

Students complete an Elon undergraduate degree in 3.5 years and gain an opportunity for admission to the highly selective Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies and Doctor of Physical Therapy programs within the School of Health Sciences.

Judge hopefuls hold court at Elon Law

February 8, 2024

The Guilford County Defense Lawyers Association and the Greensboro Bar Association Family Law Section hosted a forum on February 6, 2024, where candidates vying for seats on the local bench made their cases for voter support.

Elon Law Flex Program gets the green light in Charlotte

February 5, 2024

With clearance from the American Bar Association and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges, Elon Law is set to enroll its first students to an in-person, part-time Juris Doctor program at Elon University's new campus in the city's South End neighborhood.

Meet the trio of teachers in Teach for Alamance 

February 1, 2024

Matt Trez, Matt LaFuria and Zoë Rein from the Class of 2023 are part of a new program for recent Elon graduates who want to earn a master’s degree from the university on a full scholarship when they teach for two years in the Alamance-Burlington School System.

An Elon Law tribute to fallen GPD officer

January 17, 2024

Attorney Margaret Dudley, director of Elon University’s Emergency Legal Services Program inside the Family Justice Center of Guilford County, worked closely with Greensboro Police Sgt. Philip Dale Nix before his December death while confronting two convenience store thieves.

Help for those in need? Try ‘Esquires on Tires’

January 5, 2024

Elon Law students pitched the idea of a mobile law clinic that could assist residents of underserved communities as part of a contest held this fall to support the Innovation Lab at Legal Aid of North Carolina.