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Symposium explores legal underpinnings for reparations

September 29, 2021

An annual program hosted by the Elon Law Review invited legal scholars and advocates to share historical perspectives and critiques of various proposals that would provide compensation to descendants of those enslaved in the United States.

Elon Law welcomes new staff members

September 3, 2021

Lauren Saul Carriker has been named assistant director of the law school's Office of Admissions while Haley Mendola L'18 joins the Office of Academic Success as an academic and bar support specialist.

Symposium to explore reparations & restorative justice

September 2, 2021

"Reparations: Restorative Justice for Racial Disparities," the theme of the Elon Law Review's 2021 online symposium, takes place virtually on September 24 with legal scholars and advocates discussing the ongoing legal movement to address past wrongs.

Carolinas Colloquium brings together legal writing community

June 26, 2021

Dozens of legal writing and legal research faculty members from law schools across North and South Carolina shared best practices and personal stories of teaching during a pandemic when they convened for a biennial conference hosted this year at Elon Law.

On Residency at IMG Academy with Andrew Tawiah L’21

May 14, 2021

In a winter Elon Law residency-in-practice with one of the world’s most influential sport training institutions and a related company, Andrew Tawiah L’21 learned how corporate law makes possible some of the biggest athletic, entertainment, and fashion events of the year. 

‘You’re really there to answer the judges’ questions’

May 13, 2021

If you practice as an appellate attorney, certain habits increase your chances of convincing judges to rule in your client’s favor, as the Hon. Mark Davis explained to Elon Law students in a recent presentation on effective oral argument strategies.

New administrators appointed at Elon Law

May 10, 2021

Professor Sue Liemer has been named associate dean for academic affairs, succeeding Professor Enrique Armijo, whose administrative term concludes this summer; Assistant Professor Caroleen Dineen will serve as interim director of the Legal Method & Communication Program.