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Adam Liptak at Elon Law: Supreme Court’s partisan divide historic
February 16, 2016
Elon Law closed Feb. 15 due to weather
February 14, 2016
Elon Law faculty reflect on Justice Scalia's legacy and implications of his death
February 13, 2016
Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman and Professor Steve Friedland statements following the death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia.
Leading corporate counsel share insights at Elon Law
February 11, 2016
Elon Law and North Carolina Lawyers Weekly hosted a Feb. 11 forum for attorneys and law students to learn more about the practices of general counsel in national and international businesses.
Elon Law Review symposium on Technology, Cybersecurity & the Fourth Amendment – March 4
February 4, 2016
Join the editors of the Elon Law Review for a Friday, March 4, 2016 symposium titled “Body Cameras, Big Data, and Privacy: Twenty First Century Technology, Cybersecurity and the Fourth Amendment.”
Elon Law professor analyzes new “Ag-Gag” law
February 4, 2016
Elon Law Professor Enrique Armijo explained on WFDD radio why North Carolina’s new Property Protection Act, allowing companies to sue whistleblowers who conduct undercover investigations, is likely to be struck down in federal court.
Elon Law and MBA students engage Shanghai and Hong Kong
February 1, 2016
Elon Law and MBA students met with top business and law leaders in China through a collaborative international business course.
Elon Law announces new Advocacy Fellows Program
January 28, 2016
Elon Law's new Advocacy Fellows Program provides scholarships and full-time, stipend-supported law practice experiences for highly qualified applicants who seek to become exceptional trial and appellate advocates.
Elevating entrepreneurs at Elon Law
January 26, 2016
Warren Berry is looking to wean society off fossil fuels and combat climate change. And in doing so, he enlisted the help of the Small Business & Entrepreneurship Clinic at Elon Law.
Battling “rogue employees” under the guise of cyberespionage?
January 25, 2016
Elon Law Professor David Levine details the evolving rationale for federal trade secrets legislation and says the bill creates more harm than good, no matter the arguments presented in favor of it.