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Suing over a shutdown? Elon Law professor analyzes proposal

June 4, 2020

Associate Professor Andy Haile was quoted in a Winston-Salem Journal article that reported on legislation in North Carolina that would allow business owners to recover lost income from the state when emergency orders shutter their companies.

A Message from the Dean: ‘Assaults on the Black Community’

May 31, 2020

Elon Law Dean Luke Bierman sent the following message to all Elon Law students, faculty, and staff on the afternoon of May 29, 2020, in which he emphasized that recent traumatic events against communities of color "is a pain that should not be borne alone."

Elon Law scholar: Taking on Twitter not a legal shoe-in for Trump

May 28, 2020

President Donald Trump’s executive order in response to Twitter “fact checking” his messages may not pass muster, according to Associate Professor David S. Levine, a legal scholar with extensive knowledge of key laws that protect social media companies from criminal and civil liability.

In My Words: A perilous showdown between the U.S. and the ICC

April 24, 2020

Sara L. Ochs, a Legal Method & Communication Fellow at Elon Law with research interests in international criminal law, warns in a newspaper guest column that President Donald Trump's disregard for the International Criminal Court is not in the best interests of American foreign policy.

Elon Law clinic director talks immigration law in News & Record

April 3, 2020

Katherine Reynolds, interim director of the Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic, provided background on immigration law - and how some overseas adoptions may be problematic for children once they reach the age of 18 - for a story on a Greensboro teen in fear of deportation.

Elon Law professor discusses COVID-19 measures on WXII

March 30, 2020

The NBC affiliate in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, turned to Taleed El-Sabawi - an assistant professor of law with a Ph.D. in public health - to help viewers understand the lexicon of stay-at-home orders issued by municipalities across the state.