Student Bar Association to Host Annual Golf Scramble
One of the teams from the 2016 Student Bar Association Golf Scramble.
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The University of Arkansas School of Law Student Bar Association will hold its annual Golf Scramble at 1 p.m. Friday, April 14, at Stonebridge Meadows Golf Course in Fayetteville.
The event will benefit the Arkansas Judges and Lawyers Assistance Program, which was created by the Arkansas Supreme Court in 2000 to provide mental health and substance abuse services to Arkansas' judges, lawyers and their family members. The program helps address problems before they jeopardize a lawyer's practice, a judge's career or a student's academic pursuits.
To register, please send an email to Rachel Carney at email@example.com. The message must include:
- Team name
- Name and handicap of each team member
- Contact person's name and email address
- Name of associated firm or business (if applicable)
A registration fee of $200 for a team of four must be received by Monday, April 10, and includes green fees, cart, lunch and the chance to win prizes. Mail checks to:
University of Arkansas School of Law
1045 W. Maple Street
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Rachel Carney, public service officer
Bar Student Association
Darinda Sharp, director of communications
School of Law
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