May 2015 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law
UnitedLex has announced an innovative "legal residency" program with Emory Law and three other top U. S. law schools.
Three hundred ninety-one students received diplomas in Emory Law's diploma ceremony today.
Rita Sheffey, Emory Law's assistant dean for public service, received the Ben F. Johnson Jr. Public Service Award from Georgia State University College of Law. The award is given each year to a Georgia attorney whose accomplishments reflect selfless public service.
John Dowd 65L gave his record of one of baseball's biggest scandals to Emory Law, and a related exhibit will run from July 1-30.
A delegation of law professors from URAL State University in Yekaterinburg, Russia, will attend Emory Law's spring session of the Kessler-Eidson Trial Techniques program, a learn-by-doing program required of all second-year law students.