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Journal of Food Law and Policy Launches Website
The University of Arkansas School of Law Journal of Food Law and Policy has gone digital. The new site launched this week and features the journal's vol. 13, no. 1 issue.
Agricultural Economics and Law Grad Campbell Writes Book on Historical Tennessee Trial
Alumnus Mac Campbell, who has U of A degrees in agricultural economics and law, has written a book about a historical murder case in Tennessee involving Andrew Jackson.
More Than 1,200 Students Expected for U of A Fall Commencement
Bud Walton Arena doors open at 7:30 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, for family and friends of graduating students. The ceremony starts at 9 a.m.
Honors College Pulse Series to Hold Open Forum on Hate Violence and Hate Crimes
Join law professor Jordan Woods from 6-8 p.m. this Wednesday, Nov. 29, in Gearhart Hall Room 130 for discussion about the rise in the number of hate crimes in America.
Arkansas Law Review Launches New Website to Improve Access, Availability
The University of Arkansas School of Law Arkansas Law Review has launched a new website to increase the publication's prominence through better accessibility.
University of Arkansas School of Law Celebrates Pro Bono
Students in the U of A School of Law are participating in a nationwide celebration of pro bono through participating in two local events during Pro Bono Week, Oct. 22-28.
University of Arkansas Begins Search for School of Law Dean
A search committee has been appointed to seek new School of Law leader after Stacy Leeds, who has served as dean since 2011, steps down while continuing her role in economic development.
Ferguson, Foster Win 2017 Sutton Barristers' Union Trial Competition
Third-year law students Leland Ferguson and Bryan Foster were the winners of the 2017 William H. Sutton Barristers' Union Trial Competition.
Experts on Campus to Discuss Private Initiatives to Promote Sustainability
Sutton Barristers' Union Trial Competition Final Round This Friday
The final round of the 2017 William H. Sutton Barristers' Union Trial Competition will be held at 4 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20, in the E.J. Ball Courtroom, located on the second floor of Waterman Hall.