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February 12, 2021
Angela Myers '21 and Julia Kocsis '21 will present their Writing Center-related research at the Southeastern Writing Centers Association.
February 4, 2021
The inaugural competition with a top prize of $200 for the winning essay prompts students to reflect on the current antiracism movement and what roles as future lawyers they have in the movement for equality and Black lives.
January 12, 2021
Elon’s Koenigsberger Learning Center creates one-stop learning commons for all students and synergies for support services, even during the pandemic.
November 13, 2020
Over the course of the fall semester, Elon's Center for Writing Excellence has adapted to a changing world in order to continue offering the best possible writing support to students, faculty and staff.
November 12, 2020
Students on main campus and the School of Law celebrated the power of words and writing on The National Day on Writing.
October 22, 2020
Students performed original works on October 15, 2020, during the second annual “High Rhymes & Misdemeanors” Poetry Slam hosted by Elon Law’s Legal Method & Communication Program.
September 25, 2020
What was one of Assistant Professor Amanda Elyse’s observations to aspiring attorneys who took part in the inaugural program of a new video series hosted by the American Bar Association’s Law Student Division? "Where we start in legal writing is not a fixed point."
August 14, 2020
Do writing center consultations actually lead to changes in student writing? Bleakney's recently published article shows that they do.
July 15, 2020
Participants in the Center for Engaged Learning’s research seminar on Writing Beyond the University: Fostering Writers’ Lifelong Learning and Agency are working virtually this week, July 12-17, during their second summer meeting.
July 9, 2020
Led by graduates from the Class of December 2019, the most recent volume of the Elon Law Review features articles and commentaries on topics that include the U.S. Supreme Court, assessments for measuring student learning in law school, and the politicization of the American judiciary.