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Law Student Travels to Singapore for Human Trafficking Case
Nicholas Linn, a second-year law student, recently returned from a five-day trip to Singapore as part of his work in the University of Arkansas School of Law's Human Trafficking Clinic.
Altheimer Moot Court Competition Final Round to Be Held Thursday
Nancy Smith and Maggie Geren will represent the respondent while Peyton Hildebrand, Josie Graves and Kelsey Broaddrick will represent the petitioner.
'This is What Would Happen Here'; Criminology Instructor Discusses 'True Detective' Experience
John Brooks, a criminology instructor, served as a "police tech advisor" on the recent HBO series, True Detective, set and filmed in Northwest Arkansas.
Distinguished Lecture Series Hosts Laura Bush, Tarana Burke this Spring
University of Arkansas Distinguished Lecture Series will feature a civil rights activist in March and a former first lady in April.
International Students Can Learn about Immigration Laws at Friday Seminar
International students and scholars are encouraged to attend an immigration law seminar from 4-5:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 15, in Gearhart Hall 026.
Summer Pre-Law Program Accepting Applications: March 1 Deadline
Applications are open for SPPARK, the School of Law's Summer Pre-Law Program. The residential program will run from May 20-June 10. Applications are due Friday, March 1.
Pence Scholarship Created for Law Students From Arkansas
A $100,000 planned gift from alumnus B. Jeffery Pence will provide scholarship support for Arkansas students with financial need.
Libraries Launch Digital Collection on American Old West
The collection includes diaries of Deputy Marshall Addison Beck and his wife, Sarah "Said" Beck, about their life on the Arkansas frontier during the tenure of Judge Isaac Parker of Fort Smith.
Experts to Discuss Connections Between Law and Education Reform
The symposium will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. Friday, Nov. 2, in the E.J. Ball Courtroom of the School of Law.
Education Agencies' Use of Evidence Lecture Topic
Cara Jackson, an associate partner with the national nonprofit Bellwether Education Partners, will discuss "Evidence Use in Federal, Local and Non-Profit Education Agencies" on Nov. 2.