This site was originally created back in 2006 as PresLaw.net and was part of a project I needed to complete as a requirement for a Cyberlaw class during my years of study with Concord Law School. After a few years, the site disappeared but has now been resurrected as PresLaw.info.
When Elvis Presley died on August 16, 1977, he left not only an incredible musical legacy, he also left a future of litigation, covering topics from Intellectual Property to Civil Procedure. This site is dedicated to the Elvis-related legal cases, governmental papers, news stories and articles that have unfolded since the death of Elvis Aaron Presley as well as some legal issues and various official documents arising during his lifetime.
PresLaw.info was developed to make available information on the many Elvis-related lawsuits in a single location. In doing so, we hope that it will be of interest to Elvis’ fans, to members of the legal profession, and to those undertaking the study of law … and if you are a lawyer or law student AND an Elvis fan, all the better! Before exploring the site, please review our Terms and Conditions.
Ian Feavearyear J.D. is a graduate of Concord Law School and proud recipient of the Jack R. Goetz Award (June 2005), presented to the valedictorian of the J.D. graduating class. It is named in honor of founding Dean of Concord Law School, Jack R. Goetz.