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Summer Pre-Law Program Students Join Campus Through June 9
The University of Arkansas School of Law admitted 24 students from 16 undergraduate institutions for its annual Summer Pre-law Program, known as SPPARK.
Smith Named Inaugural Distinguished Scholar by Division of American Society of Criminology
Brent Smith, distinguished professor, was named the recipient of the inaugural Distinguished Scholar Award from the American Society of Criminology's Division of Terrorism and Bias Crimes.
Leeds Named to Law School Admissions Council Board of Trustees
Stacy Leeds, dean of the University of Arkansas School of Law, has been appointed to a two-year term on the Law School Admissions Council board of trustees.
Sacharoff Named Arkansas Bar Foundation Professor of Law
Associate professor Laurent Sacharoff of the School of Law has been named the 2017 Arkansas Bar Foundation Professor of Law.
UAPD Conducts Online Survey, Wants to Hear From Campus Community
Changes to the annual University of Arkansas Police Department survey will allow more campus voices to be heard.
Postponed: Dean Leeds Talk on Politics, Law and the Cherokee Experience
Postponed: U of A School of Law Dean Stacy Leeds was to have presented “The Art of Law and Politics: The Cherokee Experience” today but the talk has been postponed.
Criminology, Policing to Be Topics April 18 at Science Café
Panelists will discuss criminology and policing from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 18, at Powerhouse restaurant in Fayetteville.
Learn About Juvenile Justice at Law School on April 20
The Black Law Students Association will host a Juvenile Justice Program from noon to 1 p.m. Thursday, April 20, at the Leflar Law Center.
Scholars, Activists, Experts to Discuss Confronting Honor-Based Violence in International Symposium
The King Fahd Center and the School of Law will host an international symposium addressing the current issues of honor killings, forced marriage and other honor-based acts of violence on April 13-14.
Honors College Pulse Series Features Students' Experience at the Dakota Access Pipeline
Honors students Austin Jackson and Madeline Williams spent part of early March at the Sacred Stone Camp in North Dakota. They will share their experience this at 6 p.m. Thursday in GEAR 130.