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December 9, 2020
The 2021 edition of the popular college guide cites student accolades about Elon Law’s highly experiential 2.5-year curriculum, its professors, and the resources available from the library and the Office of Academic Success.
November 30, 2020
Christopher Schroeder L’20 took first place in the inaugural Mock Opening Intern Competition for more than two dozen law students working over the summer at bases across the United States.
November 24, 2020
Executive board members and class representatives help lead an umbrella organization that governs other law school student groups and committees.
November 19, 2020
The parent of a 2016 alumna of Elon University, Chief Judge Roger L. Gregory of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit will deliver remarks to graduates in the Class of 2020 in a December online ceremony.
November 10, 2020
A strong showing in a regional round of the National Moot Court Competition earned Kim Clark L’21 and Jessica Leach L’21 a berth in the winter finals of a prestigious event co-hosted by the New York City Bar Association and the American College of Trial Lawyers.
November 5, 2020
Fifteen of Elon University School of Law's top students will guide the publication next year of the student-run and student-edited scholarly journal.
October 28, 2020
A team from George Mason University took top honors in the 11th Billings, Exum & Frye National Moot Court Competition, which welcomed 48 teams from 31 law schools across the United States, making it the largest moot court contest ever hosted by Elon Law.
October 22, 2020
Students performed original works on October 15, 2020, during the second annual “High Rhymes & Misdemeanors” Poetry Slam hosted by Elon Law’s Legal Method & Communication Program.
October 12, 2020
McCathern Painter L’20 and Megan Wilson-Bost L’20 also reached the quarterfinals of the 20th Annual Leroy R. Hassell, Sr. National Constitutional Law Moot Court Competition hosted virtually by Regent University School of Law.
September 30, 2020
The director of the ACLU’s Voting Rights Project was joined by practicing attorneys and some of the nation’s top legal scholars on election law in a virtual program on the ways in which access to the ballot box has been expanded - and limited - throughout history.