Bowen professor joins ARC advisory council

Head shot Terrance Cain

A law professor at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock has been named a member of the Alliance for Responsible Consumer Legal Funding (ARC) advisory council.

“The ARC sought my input to help it respond to regulatory attempts by the various states and to provide my opinion on the merits of those attempts and how the ARC should respond to those attempts,” said Terrence Cain, an associate professor at UALR’s William H. Bowen School of Law.

Cain joined the faculty in fall 2007. He has taught classes on employment discrimination and civil liberties over the last decade and is a published scholar on the topic of legal funding. He also holds a private practice, where he specializes in criminal defense, employment discrimination, and domestic relations.

ARC is a coalition established to promote practices and regulations that lead to informed decisions between individuals and their attorneys. ARC members include legal funding providers, academics, community activists, public policy experts, and consumers who believe that families should have more options when they have been in an accident.

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