Paul Butler, a nationally recognized expert on issues of race and criminal justice, will deliver the 2015 Charles H. Miller Lecture in Professional Responsibility at UT’s College of Law.
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Fifty-one students from the University of Tennessee College of Law will work on 12 volunteer projects during this year’s spring break, providing pro bono legal services to the community in Knoxville and other nearby cities.
The Wall Street Journal’s Law Blog describes UT’s College of Law as a ‘big mover’ with its jump in rankings from U.S. News and World Report. UT jumped 20 spots, moving from 72nd to 52nd, in a tie with University of Richmond.
UT’s graduate programs in nuclear engineering, supply chain management, and clinical law training are in the top ten among all public universities in the nation, according to the 2016 U.S. News and World Report graduate rankings released today.
The College of Law invites alumni and other legal professionals to register for a new domestic violence continuing legal education program, “Taming the Tiger: Professionally Representing Your Client in Domestic Violence Cases and Navigating Order of Protection Court,” to be held Friday, March 27.
The UT College of Law invites lawyers, health care providers, students, faculty, and members of the community to gather on Friday, March 6, for a one-day symposium on health care law and policy issues and solutions.
The UT College of Law was awarded the Harrison Tweed Bowl for best brief at the 2015 National Moot Court Competition in New York City.
Wendy Bach, associate professor, and Carol Parker, professor, are faculty trailblazers in the College of Law.
Students weighing their law school options are invited to experience the UT College of Law community firsthand at Vol Visit 2015.
As part of the IRS Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program, UT Law students will offer free tax preparation help to members of the community, including staff members.