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School of Law to Host Second Session of the Arkansas Public Service Academy
Members of the inaugural class of 24 lawyers and 12 students were announced in October 2019 after a selection process that included an essay on the applicant's vision for public service.
Erron and Libby Smith Establish Arkansas Law Review Endowment
Alumni Erron and Libby Smith of Rogers have established an endowed fund to support the Arkansas Law Review in the School of Law.
McCabe Discusses the Future of Meat at Food Law and Policy Conference
Dean Margaret Sova McCabe and professor Susan Schneider were among the experts who
UAPD Honors Fallen Officers With Christmas Memorial
To honor police officers who gave their lives in the line of duty in 2019, UAPD will house a special holiday memorial display in its lobby.
Legal Clinic Students Provide Human Trafficking Training, Expertise
University of Arkansas law students shared their knowledge about human trafficking with the Marshallese community in Northwest Arkansas and health care providers this semester.
Summer Pre-Law Program Accepting Applications: March 13 Deadline
Applications are open for SPPARK, the University of Arkansas School of Law's Summer Pre-Law Program, which will be conducted May 17 to June 8.
Law Scholar Publishes Book on How Construction Industry Shaped the Law
A new book by law professor Carl Circo chronicles how contract cases from the construction industry have influenced, solidified, refined and particularized U.S. contract law.
Honors College Pulse Panel to Discuss Whether Arkansas Act Limits Free Speech
Does Arkansas Act 710 of 2017 limit your First Amendment rights? An Honors Colleg Pulse panel will discuss the act at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Honors Student Lounge of Gearhart Hall.
Law School Celebrates Inaugural Public Service Fellows, Prepares for 2020
The first group of Summer Public Service Fellows have completed their projects and are helping to recruit fellow students for the summer of 2020.
Justin Driver to Give Fall Hartman Hotz Lecture
Justin Driver of Yale University will deliver "Are Public Schools Becoming Constitution-Free Zones," the fall Hartman Hotz Lecture in Law and Liberal Arts at 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 1, in the E.J. Ball Courtroom.