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Weatherby's Law Article Offers Legal Framework to Examine School Discipline Reform
Associate professor Danielle Weatherby's new article, "Student Discipline and the Active Avoidance Doctrine," has been published in the newest issue of the University of California Davis Law Review.
Murphy Joins School of Law Leadership Team
Tiffany Murphy, associate professor of law and director of the Criminal Practice Clinic, has been appointed as the school's associate dean for academic affairs.
2020 Graduates Honored With Stadium Lighting and Commencement Website
The commencement website will feature personalized profiles of each graduate as well as ways to view each commencement ceremony.
Parker Named Director of Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative
Erin Parker has been named director of the University of Arkansas Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative in the School of Law.
Three Employees Named to Civil Rights Committee
Cynthia Nance, Danielle Weatherby and Danielle L. Williams were appointed to the Arkansas Advisory Committee for the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights to provide counsel and guidance.
U of A Set to Celebrate 2020 Graduating Class With In-Person Commencement
All ceremonies will be streamed live on the university’s official YouTube channel. In-person attendance is limited and tickets are required.
National Experts Collaborate to Examine Food, Law and COVID-19
Susan Schneider, director of the Master of Laws program in agricultural and food law, and professors nationwide taught a course to examine issues around food, law and COVID-19.
Rose Law Firm Establishes Public Service, Pro Bono Student Fellowships
Rose Law Firm has established the award to promote and provide experiential opportunities for U of A School of Law students with public service and pro bono interest.
Edwards, Verhoek Win 2020 Sutton Barrister's Union Trial Competition
Arkansas Supreme Court Chief Justice John Dan Kemp, U.S. District Court Judge Timothy Brooks and U.S. public defender Anna Williams presided over the final round.
United Way Campaign Extended Through Friday, Nov. 6
Your help is needed to meet the goal of $100,000 for children and families in Northwest Arkansas.