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Emory Law Commencement

Join us on Monday, May 11, for Emory’s 175th Commencement. The ceremonies will take place in an online format that blends some of the university’s most cherished traditions with digital experiences and an interactive address from our 2020 Commencement speaker, Bryan Stevenson, acclaimed human rights lawyer, activist, founder and executive director of the Montgomery, Alabama-based Equal Justice Initiative.

Emory Law Commencement


After the Emory University Commencement presentation, Emory Law will post elements of our traditional ceremony:

- Dean’s greeting to all graduates
- Most Outstanding Professor message by Professor Richard Freer
- Remarks from Emory Law Alumni Association President Annalisa Bloodworth 04L
- Most Outstanding Third-Year Student message by Amneh Minkara 20L
- A scrolling list and reading of the names of each law graduate
- A downloadable Degree Candidate booklet

Degree?Candidate booklet

Graduate Stories

Cody Long 20L is the graduate recipient of this year’s Marion Luther Brittain Award

Brittain Award recipient leaves Emory Law as a practiced advocate for vulnerable populations

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Cody Long 20L

Captain of his own destiny: Eric Johnson 20L

Eric Johnson 20L will walk out of Emory Law with his juris doctor with high honors and march into a unique career as a judge advocate.

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Eric Johnson 20L

Anti-human trafficking experience led Newsom 20L to pursue JM

Madeline Newsom 20L learned a lot about international human rights in a compressed timeframe—from the faculty of a top-ranked law school, and in the intellectually competitive company of 3Ls.

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Madeline Newsom 20L

So much to do – and so well done: Catherine Zhu 20L, LLM grad

As a lawyer, Catherine Zhu 20L most enjoys her ability to effect meaningful change in people’s lives.

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Catherine Zhu 20L