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    US Supreme Court Justice Scalia Visits UT Law

    US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia delivered the annual Rose Lecture and visited with UT Law students and faculty on April 14 and 15. In his lecture, Scalia discussed his originalist interpretation of the US Constitution.

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    UT College of Law grads did well at landing top firm jobs in 2013

    The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Law is 34th on the National Law Journal’s most recent “Go-To Law Schools” list, which ranks the top 50 law schools by the percentage of  2013 graduates who landed jobs at the country’s

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    Comedy Central

    For two alums jokes abound By Larisa Brass Lawyer jokes abound—lawyers making jokes? Not so much. But two UT Law School alums have improbably found themselves in the funny business. Bill Bronner has made his career in comedy since graduating

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    UT Law’s Blackshear Gala held on Feb. 28

    The University of Tennessee College of Law hosted the 14th annual Julian Blackshear, Jr., Scholarship Gala on Friday, Feb. 28. The event began with a reception at 6 p.m. at the Holiday Inn World’s Fair Park in Knoxville, Tenn. The

  • Portrait of Penny White at the University of Tennessee College of Law for an Annual Report about UTK on May 5, 2013. Photo by Steven Bridges - http://stevenbridges.com

    A Scholar and an Advocate

    If there’s one thing Penny White knows without a doubt, it’s that the UT College of Law has long been a leader in preparing its students. As the director of the Center for Advocacy and Dispute Resolution and the Elvin

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UT Law Graduates Fare Well in ABA Employment Survey

Recent UT College of Law graduates fare better than law graduates nationwide when it comes to being employed in full-time jobs requiring bar passage. UT law graduates are also more likely than their counterparts nationwide to be employed in private

US Supreme Court Justice Scalia Visits UT Law

US Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia delivered the annual Rose Lecture and visited with UT Law students and faculty on April 14 and 15. In his lecture, Scalia discussed his originalist interpretation of the US Constitution.

UT Law shows strong post-graduation employment

Law students nationwide have looked for signs of a stronger pulse in the ailing legal job market, and the  vital signs of Tennessee’s Class of 2013 graduates are strong based on the College of Law’s posting of its report of

Transfer application period April 1- July 1

First-year law students are invited to consider the University of Tennessee College of Law to complete their legal education.  Second- and third-year students may take advantage of the college’s academic concentrations in transactional law and advocacy and dispute resolution, its highly regarded clinical programs,

Professor Radice comments on juvenile interrogation

The Chattanooga Time’s story discusses the issue of juvenile police interrogation on school grounds without parental notification. In the story, Professor Joy Radice identifies problems associated with police interrogation of minors with and without a parent present. The full story

UT Law alumnus recognized as 2014 Woman of Influence

Lisa Ramsay Cole, a 1993 graduate of the UT College of Law, was named the 2014 Woman of Influence by the Nashville Business Journal at its annual awards luncheon on February 11.  Cole is  president/managing shareholder of Lewis Thomason and

Application deadline extended for 2014

The College of Law welcomes applications for admission to its 2014 entering class. The college will consider candidates who took the February LSAT, who plan to take the June 2014 test and others who were unable to complete the application