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Top oral advocates announced in Intramural Moot Court Competition

June 3, 2024

Elon Law students in the Class of 2025 made appellate arguments in a fictional lawsuit involving the Age Discrimination in Employment Act and whether the claim should be allowed to proceed when the plaintiff had been given erroneous information by his employer.

OUTLaw auction leads to pot of gold at end of rainbow

May 20, 2024

A student organization that supports lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender members of the Elon Law community far exceeded a May fundraising goal for sending classmates to a national conference for LGBTQIA+ attorneys.

Elon Law student named NCBF Open Door Fellow

May 14, 2024

April Franklin L’25 is one of only two law students statewide selected by the North Carolina Bar Foundation for a program that provides honorees with networking opportunities and a summer internship.

Elon Law administrator receives GBA’s highest award

May 14, 2024

The Greensboro Bar Association recognized Margaret A. Dudley, supervising attorney of Elon University’s Emergency Legal Services Program, with its 2024 Distinguished Service Award in a ceremony that also included scholarship announcements for two Elon Law students.

Surprise! Elon Law student wins $25,000 scholarship

April 17, 2024

Courtney Latourrette L’24 was among a half dozen students nationwide randomly selected in a prize drawing for participants of a personal finance program offered through AccessLex Institute.

Elon Law hosts visit by N.C. Court of Appeals

April 16, 2024

Judges visited with legal writing classes and dined with students interested in clerkships before oral arguments in two cases soon to be decided: the first involving a drug trafficking conviction, and the other a question of attorney fees in a lawsuit brought against an employer.

A road trip to Washington to watch history unfold

February 16, 2024

Elon Law’s Landon Eckard L’25 is still in awe of his “surreal” experience attending oral arguments before a U.S. Supreme Court that will decide whether Colorado erred in banning Donald Trump from its ballots.