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On Residency at the Forsyth Co. DA’s Office with Ali DeHoek L’22

April 12, 2022

An Elon Law residency-in-practice with criminal prosecutors in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, provided an opportunity for Alison “Ali” DeHoek L’22 to hone the ability to think quickly on her feet while better understanding the mechanics of North Carolina’s system of justice.

Elon Law student wins $25,000 scholarship

April 6, 2022

Daphne Myers L’23 was one of six students nationwide randomly selected for $25,000 in a MAX by AccessLex® Scholarship Drawing, an incentive program that rewards participants in a personal finance program offered by AccessLex Institute.

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.

Elon Law professor interviewed about U.S. Supreme Court nominee

February 28, 2022

Assistant Professor Tiffany Atkins L'11 spoke with FOX 8's Morning Show in North Carolina about the Hon. Ketanji Brown Jackson, who would be the first Black woman to serve on the Supreme Court of the United States if confirmed by the U.S. Senate.