Emory Law News Center

January 2018 News Release Archive | Emory University School of Law

EPIC announces Inspiration Award winners

EPIC announces Inspiration Award winners

The Emory Public Interest Committee has announced the recipients of the 22nd EPIC Inspiration Awards. EPIC annually honors a student and three community members for their outstanding contributions to public service.

Broyde wins Fulbright to Study Religious Arbitration

Broyde wins Fulbright to Study Religious Arbitration

Michael Broyde, CSLR Fellow and Professor of Law at Emory, has won a Fulbright award to spend the 2018-2019 school year at Hebrew University in Israel, studying religious arbitration in diverse western democracies.

Emory Law launches LGBTQ Legal Services

Emory Law launches LGBTQ Legal Services

Emory Law launches Emory LGBTQ Legal Services (ELLS), an organization created to provide pro bono legal assistance to members of the LGBTQ community in the Atlanta area.

Message from Dean Hughes on Dr. King's Legacy

Message from Dean Hughes on Dr. King's Legacy

Interim Dean James B. Hughes, Jr.'s message of diversity and service at Emory University Schoo of Law on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Warnock to MLK lecture crowd: The work we do will be finished by others

Warnock to MLK lecture crowd: The work we do will be finished by others

Rev. Raphael G. Warnock PhD, senior pastor of Historic Ebenezer Baptist Church, addressed the Emory Law community Thursday night as part of the university's Martin Luther King Jr. Day celebratory activities.

Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor discussion rescheduled at Emory Law

Supreme Court Justice Sotomayor discussion rescheduled at Emory Law

Sonia Sotomayor, Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, will participate in a discussion with Emory Law professor Fred Smith Jr., at an event for the law school community on Tuesday, Feb. 6.