The University of Arkansas at Little Rock will celebrate its spring 2022 graduates with three commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 14, at the Jack Stephens Center. More than 1,250 students are eligible to graduate during the spring 2022 semester. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Celebrates Spring Commencement May 14”
UA Little Rock Staff Senate has honored three of the university’s outstanding staff members for excellence in the areas of service to the university, personal growth, and community service. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Honors Weigel, Loftus, Willis with 2022 Staff Achievement Awards”
Caleb Alexander-McKinzie, a third-year student at the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law, has been recognized by National Jurist Magazine as one of the top 10 law students of the year. Continue reading “Bowen Law Student Recognized as Top 10 Law Student of the Year”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock has chosen Joshua Silverstein, Noureen Siraj, and John Kirk as the 2022 winners of the Faculty Excellence Awards. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Selects Silverstein, Siraj, Kirk as 2022 Faculty Excellence Award Winners”
The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law’s Center for Racial Justice and Criminal Justice Reform announced that Walmart Inc. has contributed $210,000 to the Center to develop an enhanced community policing project. The program aims to foster greater collaboration between local law enforcement and the communities they serve and protect. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Bowen School of Law Announces Financial Gift from Walmart to Create Enhanced Community Policing Project”
In honor of First-Generation College Student Celebration Month, UA Little Rock is profiling some of its outstanding first-generation students.
Jeramy Ashton is a first-generation student from Salt Lake City, Utah. He is currently a second-year law student working towards his Juris Doctor degree. Continue reading “First-Generation Student Spotlight: Jeramy Ashton”
The Duckett Family has made a donation to the University of Arkansas at Little Rock to create an endowed student support fund in honor of UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law alumna Stacy Duckett. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Receives Donation to Create Endowed Student Support Fund in Honor of Stacy Duckett”
The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law has received a $1 million grant from Walmart, Inc. The grant will fund a Court Observation Project through Bowen’s new Center for Racial Justice and Criminal Justice Reform. Read Walmart’s full announcement here. Continue reading “Bowen Law School Receives $1 million from Walmart to Fund Court Observation Project”
Robert Steinbuch, a professor of law at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock’s William H. Bowen School of Law, will serve another term on Arkansas’s Freedom of Information Act Task Force. Continue reading “Steinbuch Appointed to Arkansas Freedom of Information Act Task Force”
The University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law now offers a new graduate degree.
The Master of Studies in Law (M.S.L.) will provide legal training for non-lawyers who wish to develop legal expertise in a specific area of the law that will aid them in their current jobs or facilitate career advancement. Continue reading “UA Little Rock Bowen Law School Offers New Master of Studies in Law Degree”