Emory Law Students Chosen for Publication by Education Law Consortium
Four Emory law students have been selected for publication this fall by the Education Law Consortium. Caroline E. Branch, Catherine G. Brandt, Shakira O’Kane and Rena B. Purohit submitted papers on the topic of education law and policy that will be published in the third volume of the Education Law and Policy Forum. The Forum identifies the best student work at the intersection of education, law, and policy, and it selects papers written by graduate and professional students from across the country. This year, 18 students were selected for publication from 11 universities.
The four Emory law students also will present their papers to a distinguished group of education law experts at the third annual National Student Conference in Athens, Ga., September 21-22, hosted by the Institute of High Education at the University of Georgia.
The Education Law Consortium (ELC) is a multi-disciplinary organization of leading scholars, policy analysts and practitioners committed to improving education law and policy. The ELC is housed at the University of Georgia and is co-directed by John Dayton of the UGA College of Education and Anne Dupre of the UGA College of Law. For more information, visit the ELC Web site.List: <- Back to: News Releases