Emory Law News Center

November 2016 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

Brewton new director of alumni relations

Brewton new director of alumni relations

Jacynta Brewton is Emory Law's new director of alumni relations. She joins the law school from the University of Maryland's School of Medicine.

Emory Law advances to National Moot Court Competition

Emory Law advances to National Moot Court Competition

Emory Law advances to National Moot Court Competition

Professor Teemu Ruskola wins Distinguished Book Award

Professor Teemu Ruskola wins Distinguished Book Award

Emory Law Professor Teemu Ruskola's book, Legal Orientalism: China, the United States, and Modern Law wins first-ever Distinguished Book Award from The Section on East Asian Law and Society for the Association of American Law Schools (AALS).

Volunteer law clinic helps veterans with disability benefits claims

Volunteer law clinic helps veterans with disability benefits claims

Founded in 2013, the Emory Law Volunteer Clinic for Veterans provides pro bono legal services for U.S. veterans and their families, assisting them with negotiating the often-overwhelming bureaucracy of seeking disability benefit claims.

Barton Center's Waldman named `Champion of Justice'

Barton Center's Waldman named `Champion of Justice'

Randee J. Waldman, director of Emory Law's Barton Juvenile Defender Clinic, was recognized with the Champion of Justice Award.

Sherburne 16L named first Buchsbaum fellow

Sherburne 16L named first Buchsbaum fellow

Claire Sherburne 16L has been named the first recipient of the Aaron L. Buchsbaum Fellowship, which was established in 2014 by the late Buchsbaum and his wife, Esther.

How Emory Law honors veterans every day

How Emory Law honors veterans every day

Emory Law continues its important work on behalf of Georgia veterans seeking the benefits earned by their service, thanks to the excellent work of the Volunteer Clinic for Veterans, founded by two Emory Law students in 2013.