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Elon Law scholar weighs trade secrecy vs. COVID medicine for STAT

July 10, 2020

A guest column by Professor David S. Levine in STAT, one of the nation's most influential news sources related to health and medicine, warns that existing trade secrecy laws could slow the discovery and production of therapeutics in today's global pandemic.

Elon Law scholar gives insights into First Amendment and policing

July 1, 2020

Professor and Senior Scholar Steve Friedland spoke at length with journalist Anna Phillips of WECT News in Wilmington, North Carolina, about three police officers who were fired after a routine review of patrol car video footage revealed them making racist and violent comments.

Message from the Dean in commemorating Juneteenth

June 20, 2020

Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman invited law school students, faculty and staff to reflect on the 155th anniversary of Juneteenth - and then "put into action today’s cause for remembrance" - in an email delivered to the community on June 19, 2020.

Head of Elon Law immigration clinic analyzes DACA decision for WXII

June 19, 2020

Assistant Professor Katherine Reynolds, director of Elon Law's Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic, spoke with journalist Bill O'Neil for a June 18, 2020, report on the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to preserve the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that the Trump Administration had attempted to end.

With abortion rights again in play, a renewed focus on the Chief Justice

June 19, 2020

A pending decision by the U.S. Supreme Court threatens the right to choose established in Roe v. Wade, and in the most recent issue of the Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, Elon Law Professor Tom Molony examines what Chief Justice John Roberts’s views on precedent could mean for Roe.

In My Words: Don’t feed President Troll

June 9, 2020

In the column distributed by the Elon University Writers Syndicate, Professor of Law Enrique Armijo argues that President Trump's recent Executive Order on Preventing Online Censorship would do more to limit free speech than to protect it.