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Atkinson Remembered Through Newly Established Law and Sexuality Fund
A $500,000 planned gift from Michael Hollomon and Eric Wailes will create better understanding of, and advocacy in, sexuality and the law.
4,830 Graduates to Be Recognized With Commencement Site, Stadium Lighting
The University of Arkansas is celebrating its 4,830 spring graduates through a commencement website and lighting of Razorback Stadium.
U of A Encourages Graduates, Faculty, Staff, Families, Friends to 'Go Red' Today
The campus community as well as family members of graduates and friends are encouraged to wear Razorback Red today in honor of this semester's degree recipients. #GoRedforGrads2020
Flaccus Remembered for Love of Students, Colleagues, Flowers, Law
Alumni, faculty and members of the School of Law and university communities are mourning the loss of professor of law Janet Flaccus, 70, who died Tuesday, March 3, in Fayetteville.
Law School Announces 2020 Summer Public Service Fellows
The 2020 fellows are Kara Butler, Taylor Carpenter, Marcus Clouse, Marion Humphrey, Jessica Kloss, Dana McGee, Martha-Kay Mettler, Madison Miller, Zachary Joseph Rivera and Ciera Runner.
Law School Team Wins 2020 Transactional LawMeet Competition
School of Law students Isabel Thoma, Erin James and Julian Sharp won the 2020 Transactional LawMeet hosted by the University of Denver Sturm College of Law on April 3.
Law Students Step Up to Help With Pro Bono Legal Services
U of A School of Law students are taking their public service virtual by providing pro bono legal services in the wake COVID-19.
School of Law Celebrates Students, Benefactors at 10th Annual Luncheon
Dean Margaret Sova McCabe welcomed scholarship recipients, donors, faculty and guests at the University of Arkansas School of Law's 10th annual scholarship luncheon Friday, March 6.
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.