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Elon Law program director named an N.C. Legal Legend of Color

May 10, 2022

Margaret Dudley, who leads Elon Law’s Emergency Legal Services Program, is among four lawyers recognized this year by the North Carolina Bar Association for legacies that represent “ceilings broken for all attorneys who follow in their footsteps and whose impacts on the legal profession are undeniable.”

Elon Law students selected for NCBA internship program

May 2, 2022

Anthony Bland, Elizabeth Kwon, and Elliott Millner from the Class of 2023 were selected for a highly competitive North Carolina Bar Association initiative aimed at making the legal profession more reflective of the state’s many diverse communities.

Students honored in second annual Elon Law essay competition

April 5, 2022

Brittany Willis L’22, Cassandra Saxton L’23, and Elliott Millner L’23 were recognized for entries in a Black History Month contest that challenged participants to reflect on their roles as students and future lawyers in the antiracism movement.

Column by Elon Law professor published in USA TODAY

April 5, 2022

Assistant Professor Tiffany Atkins L'11 shared insights into the power of representation as the U.S. Senate prepares to vote on Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson's nomination to the Supreme Court of the United States.

Elon Law welcomes new faculty for 2022-2023

March 18, 2022

Rosa Newman-Ruffin joins the law school community as a property and contracts professor with a scholarly interest in real estate law, with Robert “Bob” Minarcin bringing experience as a public defender to his role as a professor in the Legal Method & Communication Program.

New scholarship honors Elon Law dean emeritus

December 16, 2021

The scholarship in memory of Dean Emeritus & Professor of Law George R. Johnson, Jr., will be awarded to students who have a commitment to promoting the ideals of diversity, equity, and inclusion at Elon Law and within the legal profession.

Kente ceremony honors cultures of law & health sciences grads

December 13, 2021

Elon University’s School of Law and School of Health Sciences celebrated the pride and heritage of students who recognize their African roots in a Commencement eve program filled with laughs, cheers, and many boxes of tissues for the tears of joy of both graduates and their guests.