Zac is in his final year as a concurrent student at the Bowen School of Law and the Clinton School of Public Service. He works as a clerk for the Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office, and is completing a Capstone Project with Landesa, Inc., a land-rights NGO based in Seattle, WA. He is also active in the legal tech space as a writer, developer, and project manager. His areas of interest include intellectual property, human rights, and economic justice.
Casey is a third year law student at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law. Casey is passionate about public service and local government. She specifically has an interest in youth advocacy, foster care, and the criminal justice system. Having worked for a prosecuting attorney’s office in Louisiana prior to law school, Casey now has a desire to pursue a career as a prosecuting attorney upon gradating in December of 2017. Currently, Casey is a Rule XV law clerk for the Pulaski County Prosecuting Attorney’s Office.
Presley is a second year law student from Texas. Presley received her BSW at University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and is a licensed social worker. During her time at University ofArkansas she was very involved in campus life, including writing for two different student publications. She also interned at the Behavioral Health Unit at Northwest Medical Center, and for Court Appointed Special Advocates of Northwest Arkansas. Presley just began her second year at William H. Bowen School of Law, and recently completed an Americorps JD position for the Medical-Legal Partnership at Arkansas Children’s. She holds multiple student organization executive positions, including President for the Business and Tax Law Society and the Public Interest Law Society. She is also on the Advisory Board of Lucie’s Place.
Mark is a Texas entrepreneur turned 2L at UALR Bowen School of Law, and President of Pulaski County Bar Association / Student Division. Mark and his two youngest daughters moved to Little Rock in 2015 so he could study law at a well-respected law school in a capital city near the Lone Star State. He desires to close the civil justice gap and to play a part in writing Gideon v. Wainwright: The Civil Law Sequel. In a prior life, Mark was a successful entrepreneur offering financial services and redeveloping commercial real estate in Historic Downtown McKinney
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