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clinic signCLEA OUTSTANDING CLINIC & EXTERNSHIP STUDENTS SELECTED 
The faculty of the UofM School of Law Legal Clinic and Externship courses have selected Alexia Butler ('21) as the CLEA Outstanding Clinic Student and Malik Luckett (’21) as the CLEA Outstanding Externship Student for the 2020-21 academic year. Click here to read more about these students and the achievements that led to their recent awards. 
ronniePROFESSOR RONNIE GIPSON PENS SERIES OF OP-EDS ON QUALIFIED IMMUNITY
Memphis Law professor Ronnie Gipson recently authored several op-ed pieces focused on the issue of eliminating qualified immunity for police officers. Read his work in The Daily Memphian, The Commercial Appeal, and The Conversation.
Memphis Law is pleased to announce the roundup of winners for all of our 2021 Advocacy Awards. Please click here to see a list of winners and description of awards.
ralphPROFESSOR RALPH BRASHIER RECEIVES ALUMNI ASSOCIATION DISTINGUISHED TEACHING AWARD
Memphis Law Professor and Cecil C. Humphreys Chair Ralph Brashier has been named as a recipient of the University of Memphis Alumni Association Distinguished Teaching Award for 2021. 
We are pleased to announce the winners of a number of awards presented to members of our faculty for the 2020-2021 academic year. Please click here to learn more about the winners of the 2021 Fariss Bobango PLC Faculty Scholarship Award, the MLK50 Faculty Service Award, and the Patricia and Dan Murrell Ethics and Professionalism Teaching Award.
The 2022 University of Memphis Law Review Symposium, "Competition in the 21st Century: Can Existing Antitrust Laws Govern a 21st Century Digital Economy?," seeks papers and presenters to explore whether existing antitrust law is sufficient to govern a 21st Century digital economy. For discussion topics and more information, please visit this informative webpage.
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Memphis Law 2L Gerald Bradner has won the Tennessee Bar Association Law Student Volunteer of the Year Award for his work with the Eviction Settlement Program for Shelby County. Click here to read more.
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The University of Memphis School of Law has been ranked in the Top 25 for Law Degrees Awarded to African Americans in Diverse Education Magazine's compiled rankings of the Top 100 Producers of Minority Graduate Degrees in the country. Click here to see the full list of schools ranked.
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 Building" in the nation by preLaw magazine. CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE FULL VIRTUAL TOUR.

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