Associate Dean and Professor of Law Steve Mulroy spoke with several media outlets
regarding a number of recent issues in the news, such as the recent Supreme Court
of the United States decisions regarding the Affordable Healthcare Act, the Court's
ruling on gay marriage equality, the removal of a Confederate statue from a local
park and several issues surrounding the recent deaths of citizens in the Mid-South
who were in police custody at the time of their passing. Click here
to read a full round-up of the coverage.
Community members and Memphis Law students, in a candlelight vigil organized by our
BLSA chapter, gathered in Tom Lee Park to honor and remember the victims of the Charleston
shooting. Great work by Regina Thompson and BLSA members on this touching tribute.
to view the full news clip.
Professor Daniel Kiel has received a fellowship from the Core Fulbright U.S. Scholar
Program which will enable him spend the fall 2015 semester at the University of the
Free State (UFS) in Bloemfontein, South Africa, working on his project, "Comparative
Analysis of Educational Remedies in Destratifying Societies." Click here to read more
MEMPHIS LAW ALUM NOMINATED FOR FEDERAL JUDGESHIP
University of Memphis School of Law alumni Edward Stanton III, the U.S. Attorney for
the Western District of Tennessee, has been named by President Obama to become a U.S.
District Judge for the Western District of Tennessee. Click here to read more
Memphis Law was ranked as the the 6th best law school for Bar Preparation in the most
recent issue of preLaw Magazine. Click here to read more.
Orientation for the incoming Class of 2018 will take place on Thursday, August 13
and Friday, August 14 at the law school. Please visit the Orientation webpage
for more information as it becomes available.