Kaylyn Presley Hager
Presley is a third year law student from Texas. Presley received her BSW at University of Arkansas in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and is a licensed social worker. During her time at University ofArkansas she was very involved in campus life, including writing for two different student publications. She also interned at the Behavioral Health Unit at Northwest Medical Center, and for Court Appointed Special Advocates of Northwest Arkansas. Presley just finished her second year at William H. Bowen School of Law. She is currently a law clerk for the Department of Human Services. She holds multiple student organization executive positions, including President of the Public Interest Law Society, Student Wellness Society, Pulaski County Bar Association- Student Division, and Business and Tax Law Society. She is also on the Equal Justice Works National Advisory Committee, and an active member of the Junior League of Little Rock.
Kyla Bishop is a third-year law student from Dennard, Arkansas. She received her B.A. with honors from Arkansas Tech University with minors in Criminal Justice and Pre-Law. She currently clerks at a firm that focuses on family law and criminal defense. In the past, Kyla has clerked at the Center for Arkansas Legal Services and the ACLU of Arkansas. She is currently the Vice President of the Bowen Young Democrats, Online Editor for the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review, and the Arkansas Bar Representative for the Bowen Student Bar Association
Simon is a third-year law student from Kentucky, President of the Student Veterans Organization and Vice President of the Student Chapter of the Arkansas Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers. Simon and his wife moved to Little Rock in 2016, so he could study law at a veteran-friendly university. Simon served seven years in the military and deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. He is currently externing for the Pulaski County Public Defenders Office and desires to improve the criminal justice system.
Ashleigh is a second year law student and merit scholarship recipient at the University of Arkansas, William H. Bowen School of Law. At Bowen, Ashleigh is on the Editorial Board of the Arkansas Journal of Social Change and Public Service, and she is an apprentice to the UA Little Rock Law Review. Ashleigh graduated with honors from Arkansas State University in 2015 where she studied Communication Studies and English. Before making the decision to attend Law School, Ashleigh worked as an executive manager for Michael Kors, where her passion for leadership and interest in public policy developed into a desire to pursue a Juris Doctor. In her free time, Ashleigh enjoys being outdoors and on the lake.
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