On Tuesday, March 21, at noon in Wade Auditorium, Jim Emison, a renowned and award winning courtroom lawyer of 43 years, will present, "Cold Case: Justice for Elbert Williams." Lunch will be provided for attendees. The program is sponsored by the Memphis Law Office of Diversity and the Black Law Students Association. Click here to read more.
Memphis Law, in collaboration and partnership with Neighborhood Preservation, Inc. and support from The Kresge Foundation, will launch the new Strategic Code Enforcement Academy in May. The new program will examine ways to streamline the process of cleaning up vacant and blighted properties. Click here to read more.
The 2017 Institute for Health Law & Policy Symposium will strive to give an overview of the accomplishments and challenges of the Affordable Care Act, an update on its status and a brief summary of "repeal and replace" options. A number of local and national experts will discuss what "repeal and replace" means locally and what leaders from various key perspectives consider critical elements to any efforts to amend or replace the current law.
Memphis Law professor Katharine Traylor Schaffzin has been selected by the University of Memphis Faculty Senate to serve as the faculty representative on the inaugural Board of Trustees for the University of Memphis. Professor Schaffzin will serve as a Trustee for a two-year term. Please click here to read more.
ADVANCED MOOT COURT PROBLEM WINS NATIONAL AWARD
Introducing a new way to experience Memphis Law. Take a virtual tour of our historic home and see for yourself why we were recognized as having the "Best Law School Facilities" in the nation by preLaw magazine. CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE FULL VIRTUAL TOUR.
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