May 29-30, the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law will partner with the Arkansas Access to Justice Commission and the Clinton School of Public Service to host the 2012 Access to Justice conference.
The UALR William H. Bowen School of Law will sponsor a free health law program focused on breast cancer on April 26 in the Friday Courtroom.
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.
Nov. 15, the newest edition of the Legal Guide for Arkansas Nonprofit and Volunteer Organizations was released to the public.
The UALR Bowen School of Law invites members of the class of 2011 to submit a 750-word, typed essay outlining your thoughts and plans…
For many of the almost 3 million people in the state of Arkansas, access to an attorney, and therefore to the justice system, is hard to come by.
On his most recent trip to Zambia, Nick Kahn-Fogel not only completed work on several research articles, he helped form a non-governmental organization (NGO)…
Bowen Visiting Assistant Professor Nick Kahn-Fogel focused on teaching, scholarship, and service while he served in Zambia during the past academic year as a Bowen Research Fellow.