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September 30, 2022
Lauren Jones L’23 was invited to help lead an online program hosted by the American Bar Association intended for prospective and current law students of diverse backgrounds to hear from successful lawyers about their journey to the profession.
September 27, 2022
The Hon. Sam J. Ervin IV of the Supreme Court of North Carolina noted how “the courts are never going to be the same as they were before the pandemic” in a keynote address for an annual program hosted by the Elon Law Review.
September 22, 2022
The Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series presented by The Joseph M. Bryan Foundation returns to the Carolina Theatre in Greensboro this year with Dan Abrams of ABC News, Sunny Hostin of The View, and Shannon Bream of FOX News.
September 20, 2022
Professor David S. Levine has convened several of the nation's leading experts on election law and voting technology for an October 19 online program that is free and open to the public with advanced registration.
September 19, 2022
In a newly published article, Professor Catherine Dunham argues that a “win at all cost” approach to gender discrimination lawsuits in the United States does a disservice to employees and employers alike.
September 13, 2022
Students filled the law library on September 8 for an annual event that, in the words on one Student Bar Association leader, showcases “everything Elon Law has to offer.”
September 13, 2022
Professor Enrique Armijo spoke with the newspaper for its coverage of a defamation trial against media mogul Alex Jones, who was sued after using his Infowars website to push a conspiracy theory that the Sandy Hook school shooting in 2012 was a government hoax.
September 9, 2022
Dozens of students in the Class of 2024 offered their time and talents in August to community agencies as part of the annual Elon Law Reaches Out service initiative organized by law school Orientation Mentors.
September 7, 2022
Professor Steve Friedland spoke with the national news outlet about the murder of imprisoned Boston gangster James 'Whitey' Bulger and the length of time it took for federal prosecutors to charge three inmates in connection with the crime.
September 1, 2022
"The Law of COVID-19: Courts, Education, and Civil Rights," the theme of the Elon Law Review's 2022 online symposium, takes place virtually on September 23 with legal scholars and advocates discussing the way the pandemic has affected the judicial system and the balance of public health with protecting individual freedoms.