Professor Theresa Beinerâ€™s paper, â€śThe Many Lanes Out of Court: Against Privatization of Employment Discrimination Disputes” was recently listed on SSRNâ€™s Top Ten download list for the topic of Employment Discrimination and Legislation subtopic of private law-discrimination.
Bowen’s Lynn Foster, Arkansas Bar Foundation Professor of Law, received a Presidential Award of Excellence for her work as chair of Editorial Board for Handbooks and contributions to the Legal Forms Committee.
Several Bowen alumni were recognized in Arkansas Businessâ€™ annual â€ś40 under 40â€ť edition. The 2013 honorees who graduated from Bowen are: Amber Wilson Bagley,…
This Spring the Young Alumni Committee of the Alumni Board created a new campaign to engage graduates from 2008 through 2012 – the â€śBenjamins for Bowenâ€ť Initiative.
Please join us from 5 to 6:30 p.m. June 20 as we honor Interim Dean Paula Casey as she retires from the law school.
The UALR William H. Bowen School of Law will host the 2013 American Society of Comparative Law annual meeting Oct. 10-12.
Bowen Professor Josh Silverstein’s article “A Case for Grade Inflation in Legal Education” has received much national attention from legal and education scholars and mainstream media for its assertion that law schools should set their “good academic standing grade point average at the B- level.”
Winners of the 2013-2014 privately funded scholarships at UALR William H. Bowen School of Law have been announced.
Professor Lindsey Gustafson’s paper, â€śTexting and the Friction of Writing” was recently listed on SSRNâ€™s Top Ten download list.
At the inaugural GRAD Awards, which recognize faculty and staff efforts to increase the graduation and retention rates of students, four members of the Bowen community were recognized.