Access to Justice Conference Planned May 29-30

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 bring together members of the legal, medical, education, business, government, and nonprofit sectors to develop strategies for how the legal system can address issues that perpetuate poverty.

“Representing Hope: New Paradigms for Access to Justice” will be a day-long conference featuring an opening plenary keynote address from retired U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens held at the Statehouse Convention Center. Following Stevens’ address, participants will convene in the Friday Courtroom at Bowen for speakers and work groups that will focus on such topics as education, health, housing, and hunger.

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