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Bumpers College, School of Law Help Quapaw Tribe With Processing Plant
The meat processing plant in Miami, Oklahoma, will also create opportunities for animal science and food science students to get training and experience.
Video Features U of A's Connections to Trail of Tears, 'Remember the Removal' Bike Ride
Dean Stacy Leeds of the University of Arkansas School of Law joined the Cherokee heritage ride and described the life-changing experience.
Law Professor Appointed Immigration Judge
Judge Elizabeth Young leaves the classroom for the courtroom to adjudicate immigration cases for the U.S. Department of Justice.
National Labor Relations Board Chairman to Speak at Law School
Mark Gaston Pearce, chairman of the National Labor Relations Board, will present "The NLRB In Changing Times" at 4 p.m. Monday, Nov. 21, at the School of Law.
Alumnus to Talk About Transactional Law Monday
Jonathan Macke, an attorney who concentrates on the tax aspects of corporate transactions, will give a lecture to the Business Law Society at noon Monday, Nov. 14, in Waterman Hall 324.
Alumnus, Teacher, Scholar Joins School of Law Leadership Team
Associate professor of law and alumnus William E. Foster appointed associate dean for academic affairs for the School of Law.
Prosecutor Turned Death Penalty Critic to Keynote Law Review Symposium
A.M. "Marty" Stroud will be the keynote speaker for a death-penalty symposium from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, at the School of Law.
Native Students Dive into Food and Agriculture Systems
The Native Youth in Food and Agriculture Leadership Summit is a hands-on experience that develops future agricultural leaders.
Experts on Campus to Discuss the Future of the Death Penalty in America
The annual Arkansas Law Review symposium will be held from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 21, in the law school's E.J. Ball Courtroom.
School of Law Named Among Top Five Best Values in Legal Education
University of Arkansas School of Law’s No. 5 ranking by National Jurist magazine marks six years in the top 20 and four years in the top 10.