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Women Working as Police Detectives
Not many women went undercover to snare famous criminals in the early 20th century. Isabella Goodwin, New York City's first woman police detective, did exactly that.
Fall 2021 Honors College 'Retro Readings' Courses to Focus on Harry Potter, Supreme Court
Next fall, honors students can delve into the Harry Potter books or study the inner workings of the Supreme Court, one of the most misunderstood branches of our government. Register soon.
New Social Impact Series Explores Policing and Race in International Perspective
Experts Adrienne Milner and Gareth Newham will discuss international policing and race in the U.S., U.K. and South Africa from 8-9:30 a.m. (CT) Friday, Feb. 26, via Zoom.
Arrington and Hines Win 2021 Altheimer Moot Court Competition
Third-year law students Nate Arrington and Hannah Hines won the 2021 Altheimer Moot Court Competition on Feb. 11.
U of A Community Invited to Silas Hunt Documentary Screening and Panel Discussion
University of Arkansas faculty, staff and students are invited to a virtual screening of Christopher Erwin's Silas Hunt: A Documentary followed by a panel discussion from noon to 2 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 18
Libraries to Present Fair Use Week Workshops
Join Lora Lennertz, data services librarian, for two virtual workshops in observation of Fair Use Week Feb. 22-26. These events are free and open to the public, and registration is required.
School of Law Names New Director of Communications
Yusra Sultana has joined the School of Law as its new director of communications and will oversee comprehensive communications and marketing efforts of the school.
Tort Claim Could Ensure Doctors Inform Women of Risk of Stillbirth
In a new article, law professor Jill Wieber Lens argues that patients have a right to know. Such a change could help prevent stillbirths and reduce medical malpractice suits.
U of A Law Team Advances to National Moot Court Quarterfinals
U of A School of Law students Taylor Spillers, Brian Thomas and Madison Miller qualified for the Quarterfinals in the National Online Moot Court Competition
Students, Faculty, Staff Invited to Honor the Legacy of Silas Hunt
The campus community is invited to a virtual lunch and learn with Judge Wiley A. Branton Jr. on Tuesday, Feb. 2, from 12:15 p.m. to 1:15 p.m. to honor the legacy of Silas Hunt.