University of Arkansas School of Law


The Arkansas Alumni Association will honor the exceptional achievements of alumni and faculty at the 70th annual Alumni Awards Celebration.

70th Annual Awards Celebration to Honor Faculty and Alumni


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According to Conley Meredith, each decision made in life is a stepping stone.

University of Arkansas Was a Stepping Stone for Conley Meredith


Andrea Webster and Latosha Wilkes would like to thank the Black Alumni Society for awarding them scholarships for the 2011-2012 school year. Webster received the BAS Endowed Scholarship and Wilkes received the BAS Challenge Scholarship.   Dear Black Alumni Society members, I would like to thank all of the Black Alumni [...]

Pay It Forward: Scholars Say Thank You



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Reflecting back on his time spent at the University of Arkansas, alumnus Earnest Brown sums up his feelings with one sentence, “College is a decision I will never regret.” Living in Pine Bluff, Ark., Brown credits the university and its faculty for supplying him with the knowledge, experience and confidence [...]

Earnest Brown Conveys His Passion for the University of Arkansas ...


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Springdale native Regina Hopper B.A.'81, J.D. '85 will return to the University of Arkansas campus on Feb. 28-March1 as the Arkansas Alumni Association's 2011 Johnson Fellow. Hopper, who resides in Alexandria, Va., is president and CEO of America's Natural Gas Alliance, which is dedicated to increasing appreciation of the environmental, economic and national security benefits of clean, abundant and affordable North American natural gas.

2011 Johnson Fellow Regina Hopper Returning to University of Arkansas ...


Silas Hunt was the first black student in modern times to attend a major Southern public university when he was admitted to the University of Arkansas School of Law in February of 1948. Though his experiences were not like those of students today, Hunt was a trailblazer for many and an inspiration to those who followed in his footsteps.

Silas Hunt Legacy Alive on the Web



On Saturday, December 4, 2010 over 80 alumni and friends came for a book signing by Dr. Charles Robinson and Dr. Lonnie Williams of their new book "Remembrances In Black: Personal perspectives on the African-American Experience at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville".

"Remembrances In Black" Book Signing


"A new adventure" describes how Arkansas alumna Justine Middleton feels about her life. After graduating from the University of Arkansas School of Law in May 2009, she has gone on to become the Animal Services superintendent in Fayetteville, where she organizes events and fundraisers, all while handling the budget and payroll for the shelter and its staff. She attributes her time spent at the University of Arkansas to the different opportunities she experienced and people she met, all of which have helped her to get where she is today.

University of Arkansas Prepared Justine Middleton for Life's Adventures


Congratulations to Dean Cynthia Nance's University of Arkansas School of Law office staff for going Whole Hog. The office staff has 100% membership participation in the Arkansas Alumni Association. Your group, whether it's your book club, business, department or tailgate group, just to name a few ideas, can do the same.

University of Arkansas Law School Dean's Office Goes Whole Hog




This year the Homecoming Pre-Game Rally was a real treat for members and their guests. Although a late game or Trick-or-treating was right around the corner the Janelle Y. Hembree Alumni House overflowed with Pride & Passion as over 600 Razorback fans joined us for the Eastern Michigan vs. Arkansas Homecoming Pre-Game Rally and Membership Appreciation Day.

Eastern Michigan vs. Arkansas Homecoming Pre-Game Rally A Treat For ...


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The Arkansas Alumni Association proudly announces its 2009 award recipients, all of whom personify the University of Arkansas' tradition of excellence through service and leadership. These individuals continue to bring national and local prominence to the University and the Arkansas Alumni Association through their research, exemplary public and community service, and valued leadership.

2009 Distinguished Alumni and Faculty Award Recipients Announced