Sara Morshedi, 2012 Bowen graduate, composed this essay about her experience with public service.
Lindsay Kuehn of Minneapolis has been selected as one of the first summer interns in UALR’s Shepherd Poverty Studies Program.
When 2011 Bowen graduate Michael Anthony Salorio went home to the southern California desert to practice law, he knew he wanted to open his own practice.
Feb. 29, the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law launched the Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service. The multi-disciplinary publication will be published exclusively online.
For the fourth year in a row, Bowen will serve as host for the Practical Animal Law continuing legal education program.
Clinics at the UALR Bowen School of Law will receive $500,000 from Arkansas’ portion of the landmark multibillion dollar settlement with five of the nation’s largest banks over allegations of fraud and abuse within the mortgage servicing industry.
The first interactive pro bono mobile app is now available to Arkansas pro bono attorneys free of charge through iTunes. The app will help connect Arkansans in need of representation to greater access to the justice system.
Bowen’s top-ranked Reasoning, Writing, and Advocacy classes provide the first hint at what judges and fellow attorneys will expect when students enter the working world.
The National Jurist magazine has named the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law a top school in its rankings for preparing law students for public service.
Nov. 15, the newest edition of the Legal Guide for Arkansas Nonprofit and Volunteer Organizations was released to the public.