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.
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 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.
Students at the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law need strong examples of professionalism. Bowen alumni often serve as a great example of this core value.