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September 18, 2020
Student organizations created videos and hosted online Q&As this month as Elon Law took a fresh approach to annual events impacted by the physical distancing practices in place because of COVID-19.
September 7, 2020
Associate Professor Eric Fink spoke with the USA Today Network for a September 4, 2020, story out of western North Carolina about nurses voting to form a union at the region's largest hospital.
September 2, 2020
Twenty-seven students in the Class of 2021 will help lead moot court programs over the next year by participating in upcoming national contests and coordinating Elon Law's own Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition.
August 27, 2020
As attorneys for the North Carolina General Assembly, Luke Gillenwater L’11 and Jeremy Ray L’11 assisted state lawmakers this spring with bipartisan legislation aimed at countering the economic and public health damage caused by COVID-19.
August 21, 2020
Assistant Professor Tiffany Atkins L’11 was among the educators in a webinar hosted by the Society of American Law Teachers in which presenters put forward advice for integrating antiracism education into law school courses.
August 11, 2020
These four awards recognize members of the Elon community for excellence in teaching, scholarship, civic engagement and mentoring.
August 10, 2020
A recent book discussion about the way history, culture, and psychology can shape stereotypes offered Elon Law’s newest students an opportunity to learn about each other during Orientation for the Class of 2022.
August 7, 2020
The 15th entering class of Elon University School of Law is its largest and one of the most diverse in program history.
August 6, 2020
In Convocation remarks to Elon Law’s Class of 2022, Kimberly Bullock Gatling, one of North Carolina’s most prominent intellectual property attorneys, encouraged students to “try a little bit of everything” as they begin their legal education in an era of unprecedented global challenges.
August 1, 2020
Elon Law Associate Dean Enrique Armijo spoke with National Public Radio for a story on the conditions of pre-trial release for some demonstrators charged by federal authorities in Portland, Oregon, and how those conditions may violate the First Amendment.