Bowen students selected to attend American Bar Association conference

UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law

Two University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law students have been selected to attend the 25th anniversary of the American Bar Association Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources Fall Conference. 

Bowen students Chancie Coomer and Madison Pitts will join lawyers and other law students in Baltimore, Maryland, where they will participate in cutting-edge continuing legal education programming.

Beginning Wednesday, Oct. 18, with an afternoon of public service and an evening welcome reception, the conference will offer two full days of continuing legal education programming. One session will provide attendees with insider perspectives on how the federal government is addressing key issues including public lands, climate change, and conservation.

Both students received full scholarships from the American Bar Association to attend the conference.

“We are both very excited about many of the lectures we will be attending, including a session on food law and several regarding environmental law under the Trump administration,” Coomer said.

Pitts and Coomer will give a presentation about the conference during an upcoming meeting of the Environmental Law Society at Bowen.

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