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February 8, 2021
“It’s a vector for disease spread.” Assistant Professor Taleed El-Sabawi spoke with Stephanie Carson of Carolina Public Press for an episode of “The Kicker” exploring the dynamics of a pandemic in North Carolina’s penal system.
February 2, 2021
Professor Sue Liemer shared insights into the Visual Artists Rights Act of 1990 and how an artist's "moral rights" may protect his or her public work from removal or destruction.
January 26, 2021
Assistant Professor Tiffany Atkins L’11 will help guide the Society of American Law Teachers in its mission to make the legal professor more inclusive and enhance social justice training.
January 12, 2021
Days after a deadly mobbed ransacked the halls of Congress, deans from law schools across the United States published a statement addressing the 2020 election and how "the violent attack on the Capitol was an assault on our democracy and the rule of law."
January 11, 2021
Elon Law’s David S. Levine welcomed Antonio Mugica, who leads a company at the center of President Donald Trump’s “stolen election” allegations, as the first guest of 2021 in his reconstituted “Hearsay Culture” podcast and program at KZSU-FM at Stanford University.
January 8, 2021
The Hon. Mark Davis, whose career has included service on the North Carolina Supreme Court and the North Carolina Court of Appeals, will lead Elon Law courses this winter and spring in criminal law and the judicial process.
January 6, 2021
The following message was delivered to the Elon Law community on January 6, 2021, following the violent events inside the U.S. Capitol while "Congress was undertaking solemn processes and procedures required by our Constitution and prescribed by law."
December 31, 2020
Assistant Professor Taleed El-Sabawi provided insights on COVID-19 vaccines for a December investigative story by Carolina Public Press on health woes and prison infrastructure in North Carolina.
December 28, 2020
Professor David S. Levine's "Changing copyright law under cover of darkness – we deserve better" in WRAL TechWire shines a light on legislation sponsored by a North Carolina senator and signed into law in late December by President Trump.
December 17, 2020
Assistant Professor Katherine Reynolds joined the December 11 episode of "Tested," a podcast describing itself as a look at the challenges of “who we are, what we believe, and who we want to be in North Carolina and the South.”