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November 8, 2022
Four students will “use their voices to advocate for a more diverse, equitable, and inclusive law school environment” while Associate Professor Tiffany Atkins L’11 works to support recommendations of the Law School Ad-Hoc Inclusive Excellence Strategic Planning Committee.
November 1, 2022
The Supreme Court of the United States will soon decide whether universities can continue to use affirmative action in their application processes and an amicus brief co-authored by Tiffany Atkins L’11 has raised the associate professor of law’s national profile on the legal debate.
October 10, 2022
Krista Contino Saumby, who mentors and advises law students as associate director of career development, will develop programming and networking opportunities for attorneys across the Carolinas as a regional president of the Hispanic National Bar Association.
August 18, 2022
Morgan Ashmore L'23 plans to use her experiences to promote the acceptance of people with different backgrounds as legal professionals.
August 6, 2022
Gerald L. Walden Jr. G'14, a top attorney for a national chain of specialty grocery stores headquartered in North Carolina, shared in a Convocation address to the Class of 2024 how five principles will lead to success in the legal profession.
August 4, 2022
One hundred and sixty eight students - more than half of whom moved to North Carolina for their legal education - comprise one of the largest and most diverse incoming classes ever for Elon University School of Law.
August 1, 2022
The Association of Legal Writing Directors presented Associate Professor Tiffany Atkins L’11 with its 2022 ALWD Diversity Award during a July conference in Washington, D.C., hosted by the Legal Writing Institute.
July 15, 2022
Associate Dean Wendy B. Scott wrote how the late U.S. Supreme Court associate justice foreshadowed the impact of a possible overturn of Roe v. Wade in his dissents on other decisions related to abortion and reproductive health care.
July 13, 2022
Newspaper commentary co-authored by Elon Law Professor Andy Haile and Richard Cox of UNC Greensboro encourages local government offices to take part in efforts to transcribe and digitize bills of sale of those once enslaved in the United States.
June 30, 2022
A residency-in-practice at the corporate headquarters of a nationwide chain of boutique grocery stores offered Faisal Sulman L’22 an opportunity to use knowledge from his studies in Elon University’s law and MBA programs.