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Steve Friedland elected to The American Law Institute

January 25, 2011

Elon Law professor and senior scholar Steven I. Friedland has been elected to The American Law Institute (ALI), the leading independent organization in the United States producing scholarly work to clarify, modernize, and otherwise improve the law.

Jim Exum selected to Co-Chair Judicial Independence Committee

January 25, 2011

Former Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court and Elon Law Distinguished Jurist-in-Residence James G. Exum, Jr. has been selected to co-chair the North Carolina Bar Association's Judicial Independence Committee. The committee is charged with reviewing the state's system for selecting judges and advising on reforms to improve the system.

Jim Exum selected to serve on IOLTA Board of the N.C. State Bar

January 25, 2011

James G. Exum, Jr., former Chief Justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, member of the Elon University Law School Advisory Board, and Distinguished Jurist-in-Residence at Elon Law, has been appointed by the North Carolina State Bar Council to serve on the Board of Trustees of the North Carolina State Bar Plan for Interest on Lawyers’ Trust Accounts (NC IOLTA).

David Levine featured in The Magazine of Elon

January 25, 2011

The faculty profile in the fall 2010 edition of The Magazine of Elon, available as a web link through this article, explores the teaching and research of Elon Law professor David Levine. Through the profile, titled Uncharted Territory, author Dave Hart describes Levine's interests in Internet law, his scholarly contributions surrounding trade secrecy law, and his radio show and podcast Hearsay Culture.

Henry Gabriel advances international law on multiple fronts

January 25, 2011

Elon Law professor Henry Gabriel remained actively engaged in globally-coordinated efforts to improve international commercial law in recent months, through a series of presentations, meetings and collaborative work with law scholars, government agencies and advisory groups involved in shaping the future of law related to international business and commerce. Highlights of Gabriel's recent activities are included in this article.

Scott Gaylord featured in North Carolina Lawyers Weekly

January 25, 2011

After highlighting a recent decrease in North Carolina Supreme Court decisions, Elon Law professor Scott Gaylord has sparked dialogue in the North Carolina legal community. The October 29 edition of North Carolina Lawyers Weekly addresses concerns raised by Gaylord in his article, "The North Carolina Supreme Court in 2010: Is it Time for Reform," which was published by The Federalist Society for Law and Public Policy Studies on October 26.