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Law School Welcomes 23 Students for Intensive Summer Pre-law Program
The University of Arkansas School of Law admitted 23 students from 11 undergraduate institutions for its annual Summer Pre-law Program, known as SPPARK.
Caple Gift to Fund Upgrade for Arkansas Law Review's Office Space
A $100,000 gift from Steve and Tracey Caple will fund the renovation of the Arkansas Law Review office space in the School of Law.
Three Alumni Honored With Chancellor's Medals
Gerald B. Alley, Troy C. Alley Jr. and Rick Massey were celebrated at the 2019 Towers of Old Main event held at the Walton Arts Center.
Sexual Assault Survivor Brings Her Story and Book to U of A
Chessy Prout’s memoir, I Have the Right To is the One Book, One Community selection for the fall 2019 semester.
Payne Earns Collegiate Conference and Events Professional Certification
Michele Payne, director of special events and continuing legal education in the University of Arkansas School of Law, has earned the Collegiate Conference and Events Professional Certification
Law Students Spend Spring Break on Road to Justice with Legal Aid
University of Arkansas School of Law students Andrew Dixon, Sara Koch and Julian Sharp participated in Legal Aid of Arkansas' annual Spring Break on the Road to Justice.
Sport Law Scholar to Relate His Field to Business Ethics
Adam Epstein, a professor at Central Michigan University will discuss incorporating sport into business ethics at 8:15 a.m. April 9 in Room 218 of Willard J. Walker Hall.
Arkansas Law Notes Launches Online Edition to Focus on Current Legal News
The Arkansas Law Review has relaunched Arkansas Law Notes as its online edition to deliver a quick publication turnaround for timely, relevant scholarship relating to current Arkansas and national legal issues.
Law Dean Initiates Summer Public Service Fellowship Program
The program provides paid public service fellowships to promising law students interested in public service careers and is part of the law school's broader effort to fulfill the university's land-grant mission.
Angie Smith-Nix Elected President of the Sport and Recreation Law Association
Angie Smith-Nix, a clinical assistant professor in the Health, Human Performance and Recreation department at the U of A, was recently elected president of the Sport and Recreation Law Association at the SRLA Annual Conference in Philadelphia.