Emory Law School

Recent Emory graduate Edward Cortez Adams (17L), a newly minted corporate law attorney with a penchant for books and helping others, died Sept. 25, according to a Sept. 29 email to Law School staff members sent on behalf of Interim ...

During his two-year term, Emory School of Law Interim Dean James B. Hughes Jr. said that he plans to advance the school’s five-year strategic plan, which includes improving transactional law programs and building upon the school’s success in diversity recruiting ...

Several Emory University graduate schools and programs, notably Emory’s nursing, business and medical schools, improved or maintained their previous year’s rankings in  U.S. News & World Report’s 2017 edition of its “Best Graduate Schools” guide. Graduate Schools Emory’s schools of ...

Back to the books and back to the show, Emory Law students came back from spring break and got to work on their annual Emory Follies show, an event that allows law students to perform skits that parody their professors ...

Retired Emory School of Law Professor William J. Carney and his wife, Jane Carney, have donated $1 million to the school’s Center for Transactional Law and Practice, the largest given to the University by a professor, according to Dean of ...

“War is hell. Law is better than war.” Benjamin Ferencz, the only surviving chief prosecutor from the Nuremberg Tribunals, hosted a talk where he discussed international criminal justice at the Emory School of Law yesterday. The lead prosecutor in the ...