Bowen students named apprentices to UA Little Rock Law Review

UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law

The University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law has selected 27 students to serve as apprentices for the 2018-19 UA Little Rock Law Review. 

The apprentices include Michael Berry, Tucker Brackins, Richelle Brittain, Danna Bullitt, Kalen Coleman, Caleb Conrad, Ashleigh Creed, Sarah Fendley, Raeanne Gardner, Daniel Hall, Patrick Hickman, Zachary Hill, Caleb Hollinger, Jacob Jankovsky, Austin Kempker, William Lawrence, Glenn Larkin, Edward Mader, Christine Massey, Amanda Partridge, Jessica Roach, April Rogers, Lucy Porter Shackelford, Shelby Shelton, Madhav Shroff, Joseph Stepina, and Jacob Wickliffe.

The UA Little Rock Law Review is a quarterly publication that has three primary objectives: to publish articles, surveys, and essays that are timely and useful to Arkansas practitioners, the judiciary, and other members of the state’s legal community; to publish material which reaches national and international legal audiences; and to provide a forum for outstanding student work of both local and national interest, as well as an opportunity for students to gain experience editing scholarly articles.

Students who have completed their first year of law school are eligible to participate in the UA Little Rock Law Review if they are in the top 10 percent of their class or have successfully passed the write-on competition.

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