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Ellis Named Distinguished Law Student by American College of Bankruptcy
The American College of Bankruptcy has recognized third-year law student Taylor Ellis as its Eighth Circuit Distinguished Law Student for 2020.
Law School Trial Team Wins Phi Alpha Delta National Trial Competition
Third-year law students Hannah Andrews, Duncan Street, Courtney Brooks, David McAnally and Garrett Rice, won the Phi Alpha Delta Annual National Trial Competition in Washington, D.C.
Symposium Honoring Justice Donald Corbin Provides Student Support
Named in honor of alumnus Donald L. Corbin, a former chief judge of the Arkansas Court of Appeals, the award helps with educational expenses such as tuition, books and fees.
New Book by Law Professor Covers Expanding World of Cryptoassets
Regulation of Cryptotransactions, University Professor Carol Goforth's new textbook published this week, covers the expanding world of cryptotransactions and how applicable laws are evolving.
Law School to Hold 15th Annual Free Winter CLE
The school will hold its 15th annual Free Winter Continuing Legal Education opportunity at 8:30 a.m. Saturday, March 7, in the E.J. Ball Courtroom. Registration begins at 8 a.m.
Carroll Wins 2020 Altheimer Moot Court Competition
Law student Alex Carroll successfully represented his client against students Arthur Jefferson and Ashley Wofford Spinazze in the final round of the 2020 Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition.
Women Law Students Honor Alumnae With Annual Gayle Pettus Pontz Award
The University of Arkansas School of Law Women's Law Student Association will honor Karen Roberts, J.D.'95, and Christy Jones, B.A.'74, J.D.'77, with the Gayle Pettus Pontz Award.
Professor Helps Free Death Row Inmate Who Spent 35 Years in Prison
After seven years representing a falsely convicted Oklahoma man, Tiffany Murphy, associate professor of law, and her client, Karl Fontenot, were able to celebrate his freedom in December 2019.
Can Universities Dismiss Professors for Posts to Personal Blogs?
The final round of the 2020 Ben J. Altheimer Moot Court Competition will take up the question of blogs at noon Thursday, Feb. 20, in the E.J. Ball Courtroom of the School of Law.
Law Faculty, Students Attend Arkansas Bar Foundation Scholarship Dinner in Little Rock
The foundation awards approximately 40 endowed law school scholarships annually to students at the University of Arkansas School of Law and the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law.