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Career + Identity: Recognizing the Valuable Assets Diverse Identities Bring to the Workplace

February 6, 2017

Recognizing the valuable assets that underrepresented identities bring to careers is both important and empowering. This recognition is especially powerful when listening to experiences through the sharing of candid personal stories. Authentic storytelling can lead us to increased self-discovery while reassuring us that we're not alone on our journeys toward personal and professional growth.

Convocation proffers words of wisdom and call to honor

August 15, 2016

An annual program for new Elon Law students emphasized the values of Elon University as the Class of 2018 begins its studies at the preeminent law school for engaged and experiential legal education.

A toast to the first decade

August 13, 2016

Elon Law celebrated its 10th anniversary Wednesday with a breakfast sponsored by Biscuitville and remarks by school leaders who reflected on the school's nationally recognized approach to legal education.

White-collar crimes crackdown? 

September 11, 2015

In an Elon Law Now commentary, Professor Michael Rich applauds new policy changes at the U.S. Department of Justice developed to pursue white-collar crimes more aggressively, but questions the depth of impact those changes will have. 


Fight cyber-espionage, but don’t damage trade secrecy law

September 2, 2015

Elon Law Professor David Levine kicked off Elon’s Technology and Law Speakers Series on Sept. 2 with a discussion featuring insights about evolving federal legislation designed to tackle cyber-espionage but threatening to deteriorate trade secrecy law. 

The European Union, Greek debt & cultural sovereignty

August 7, 2015

In an Elon Law Now commentary, Professor Antonette Barilla reports from Europe about growing concern across the continent over the evolving strategy to address the Greek debt crisis and the viability of the European Union.

Power, morality and law enforcement

July 28, 2015

In this week’s Elon Law Now faculty commentary series, Professor Mike Rich examines legal issues involved in the nationally prominent confrontation between Sandra Bland and Texas state trooper Brian Encina. In his commentary, Rich explores whether current law relating to law enforcement powers reflects society’s moral sense on matters of police conduct.