March 2015 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law
Five enterprising students and their implantable device for pets won first place at the 2015 Georgia Tech Startup Competition. The first-year TI:GER® team beat out 11 other finalists with their pitch for a device that will monitor and, ultimately, regulate blood glucose levels in cats and dogs.
The Emory Law Black Law Students Association mock trial team recently scored a second-place trophy at the National BLSA Thurgood Marshal Mock Trial Competition.
Emory Law has once again been ranked 19th in U.S. News & World Report's assessment of U.S. law schools
General John F. Kelly, Commander of the U. S. Southern Command, visited Emory University School of Law to offer insight on the role of law in military and security operations.
Emory University School of Law has introduced a new law review to explore the relationship between the corporation and its stakeholders in the United States and abroad.
Mental and physical wellness lead directly to academic success. In the case of law students, who experience higher levels of stress due to the nature of their studies and their chosen profession, a focus on wellness becomes even more important. In February, Emory Law observed its annual Wellness Week, featuring activities to introduce students to methods of self-care that will help them stay below their thresholds of stress and anxiety.
Leia Clement 15L has been named the 2015 Distinguished Bankruptcy Law Student for the 11th Circuit by the American College of Bankruptcy. The award includes a trip to Washington, D.C., to attend the college's annual meeting and induction ceremony on March 13-14. Clement said she is both honored and grateful for the award, and thanked Robert T. Thompson Professor of Law Rafael Pardo for nominating her.
Emory Law's transactional law program negotiation teams won Best Negotiator (Seller's side) titles in both the Southeastern and the Midwestern Regional LawMeets® competitions.