exterior photo of UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law

Law school concludes judicial listening series

The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law Center for Racial Justice and Criminal Justice Reform together with the Arkansas Judicial Council hosted a Judicial Listening Series from March 28 through April 14. Events were held in each corner of the state and Little Rock, bringing together communities in these areas and the judges serving them. Continue reading “Law school concludes judicial listening series”

Edith Chavez De Oseguera

Bowen grad dedicates career to immigration law and public service

A fall 2020 graduate of the William H. Bowen of School of Law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock with a passion for public service plans to put her law degree to use in immigration law and a life of service.  Continue reading “Bowen grad dedicates career to immigration law and public service”

Cara Tomlinson Butler. Photo by Ben Krain.

Bowen Law graduate continues to demonstrate mastery with highest bar exam score in state

Achievement is no stranger to University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law summa cum laude graduate Cara Tomlinson Butler. Making the highest score among all statewide participants on the Arkansas Bar Examination in July 2019 was just one of her many accomplishments.  Continue reading “Bowen Law graduate continues to demonstrate mastery with highest bar exam score in state”

2019 Bowen School of Law student service project at Booker T. Washington Elementary School Aug. 10

Law students’ elbow grease makes a big impact

Incoming students at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law began their first fall semester on Aug. 10 with a day of public service at Booker T. Washington Elementary School on South Main Street in Little Rock.  Continue reading “Law students’ elbow grease makes a big impact”

Arkansas law students travel on the road to provide pro bono legal services to rural communities in Arkansas with Legal Aid of Arkansas. Front row (L to R): Andrew Rodgers, Abby Brenneman, and Libby Nelson. Back row: LIsa Roam, Andrew Dixon, Sarah Koch, and Julian Sharp.

Bowen Law Students Help Provide Legal Services for Rural Arkansans

After spending her spring break providing pro bono legal services to rural Arkansas residents, a recent graduate of the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law is more committed than ever to providing legal help for state residents that have restricted access to lawyers.  Continue reading “Bowen Law Students Help Provide Legal Services for Rural Arkansans”