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May 2016 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Q&A with Boston Marathon bombing prosecutor Aloke Chakravarty 97L

Q&A with Boston Marathon bombing prosecutor Aloke Chakravarty 97L

In a case watched around the world, Aloke Chakravarty 97L won a death-penalty verdict in May 2015 against the surviving brother responsible for the Boston Marathon bombing.

Randall Kessler 88L: At the top of his game

Randall Kessler 88L: At the top of his game

For a man who handles divorces all day, Randall Kessler 88L is surprisingly good at relationships. In fact, it¿s what his firm is founded on.

The business of running a law school: What you know - or don't - about endowments

The business of running a law school: What you know - or don't - about endowments

Although Emory Law's $43 million endowment is pooled with the University's for investment purposes, the law school's own endowment earnings inform its annual budget and fundraising targets.

Emory faculty comment on recent SCOTUS moves

Emory faculty comment on recent SCOTUS moves

Robert A. Schapiro, Dean and Asa Griggs Candler Professor of Law and Timothy R. Holbrook, Professor of Law comment on recent US Supreme Court moves.

IHL Clinic shines brighter for finding two mates

IHL Clinic shines brighter for finding two mates

Emory Law's International Humanitarian Law (IHL) Clinic helps start an international exchange program with other humanitarian law clinics to help build the next generation of international lawyers.

Witte to receive prestigious award from German university

Witte to receive prestigious award from German university

John Witte, Jr., director of the Center for the Study of Law and Religion, will receive the James W.C. Pennington Award from the Heidelberg Center for American Studies and the University of Heidelberg Department of Theology.

The enduring value of a legal education

The enduring value of a legal education

Three alumni credit their legal education for their success outside the profession.

Freer to graduates: You've earned the right to believe in yourself

Freer to graduates: You've earned the right to believe in yourself

Emory Law graduates received their diplomas during ceremonies held midday on the lawn of Gambrell Hall.

Emory Law student travels the world to find his calling at home

Emory Law student travels the world to find his calling at home

A profile of Will Eye 16L who graduates with the class of 2016 on Monday, May 9, 2016.