Bernie Burk

Bernard A. Burk, Visiting Associate Professor of Law at UALR William H. Bowen School of Law, is photographed by Steve Exum on September 19, 2011. [#Beginning of Shooting Data Section] Nikon D3 2011/09/19 14:00:51.75 World Time: UTC-5, DST:ON Lossless Compressed RAW (12-bit) Image Size: L (4256 x 2832), FX Lens: VR 70-200mm F/2.8G Artist: Steve Exum Copyright: EXUMPHOTO.COM Focal Length: 102mm Exposure Mode: Manual Metering: Matrix Shutter Speed: 1/400s Aperture: F/4.5 Exposure Comp.: 0EV Exposure Tuning: ISO Sensitivity: ISO 800 Optimize Image: White Balance: Auto, 0, 0 Focus Mode: AF-S AF-Area Mode: Single AF Fine Tune: OFF VR: ON Long Exposure NR: OFF High ISO NR: OFF Color Mode: Color Space: sRGB Tone Comp.: Hue Adjustment: Saturation: Sharpening: Active D-Lighting: Normal Vignette Control: Normal Auto Distortion Control: Picture Control: [SD] STANDARD Base: [SD] STANDARD Quick Adjust: 0 Sharpening: 3 Contrast: Active D-Lighting Brightness: Active D-Lighting Saturation: 0 Hue: 0 Filter Effects: Toning: Flash Mode: Flash Exposure Comp.: Flash Sync Mode: Colored Gel Filter: Map Datum: Image Authentication: OFF Dust Removal: Image Comment: [#End of Shooting Data Section]Visiting Associate Professor of Law
BA, 1980, Yale College; JD, 1983, Stanford Law School

Bernie Burk directs the second-year Lawyering Skills program, teaches Advanced Litigation Skills, and coaches Bowen’s Trial Team.  He comes to UALR after four years at the University of North Carolina School of Law, and a one-year visit at Campbell University Norman Adrian Wiggins School of Law.  Before that, he spent 25 years in practice in San Francisco at the Howard Rice firm (now Arnold & Porter LLP).  Professor Burk graduated from Stanford Law School (first in his class) and Yale College (summa cum laude).  He clerked for the Hon. William W Schwarzer in the United States District Court for the Northern District of California.  He does empirical scholarship concerning the legal profession and the legal academy, and also writes on legal ethics and professional responsibility.

Telephone: 501.324.9936

Professor Burk’s CV