Tag: University of Arkansas School of Law

Looking Forward to Another Year

Today the campus is buzzing with activity as Rock Camp students and sorority rushees have arrived. Traffic is moving slowly and the parking lots are filling up. It is the beginning of another year – and we are looking forward to an exciting year.

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2011 Johnson Fellow Regina Hopper Returning to University of Arkansas Campus

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.

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Silas Hunt Legacy Alive on the Web

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.

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"Remembrances In Black" Book Signing

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”.

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University of Arkansas Prepared Justine Middleton for Life's Adventures

“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.

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