• Dean Doug Blaze with students at Blackshear Gala

    A dean committed to diversity

    The Black Law Students Association presented this video at the 2015 Blackshear Scholarship Gala to thank  Doug Blaze for his leadership as dean and his commitment to making UT Law a diverse, welcoming community. (Produced by 2L Patrick Morrison.)

    Video: A dean committed to diversity

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    UT Law symposium to tackle health care law and policy issues

    The University of Tennessee College of Law will present in March a one-day symposium on health care law and policy issues and solutions, bringing together lawyers, health care providers, students, faculty, and members of the community. The symposium, “Prognosis: Examining

  • UT Law wins Best Brief at National Moot Court Competition in NYC

    UT Law wins Best Brief at National Moot Court Competition in NYC

    The University of Tennessee College of Law was awarded the Harrison Tweed Bowl for best brief at the 2015 National Moot Court Competition in New York City. The award was a first for UT Law, whose team competed in the

  • Glenn Reynolds

    Irrepressible Contrarian

    Glenn Reynolds is a big thinker with a big audience, thanks to his highly influential political blog Instapundit. His first appearance in the blogosphere occurred in August 2001 when Reynolds, the Beauchamp Brogan Distinguished Professor of Law, was teaching a

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    Long named UT Law associate dean for academic affairs

    Alex Long, professor of law, has been named the College of Law’s new associate dean for academic affairs. Long began his duties January 1. His predecessor is Carol Parker, the Elvin E. Overton Distinguished Professor of Law, who had served

News & Events

CANCELED: Vol Visit event for prospective/admitted students

Vol Visit is canceled for Friday, February 27, due to inclement weather and safety concerns for all participants. Admitted candidates are encouraged to attend Law Preview Day on March 27. (More specific details about Law Preview Day will be available

UT Law offering free income tax preparation assistance

UPDATE 2/25/15: Due to inclement weather, the College of Law will not host the VITA program on Wednesday, February 25. UPDATE 2/13/15: Please arrive for assistance by 6:45 p.m. so we may assist you in a timely fashion. If you’re

UT Law symposium to tackle health care law and policy issues

The University of Tennessee College of Law will present in March a one-day symposium on health care law and policy issues and solutions, bringing together lawyers, health care providers, students, faculty, and members of the community. The symposium, “Prognosis: Examining

Tennessee Law Review to host Third Amendment symposium

The Tennessee Law Review will host a symposium at the University of Tennessee College of Law focusing on the Third Amendment of the United States Constitution, which forbids the quartering of military soldiers in private homes without the owners’ consent.

UT Law wins Best Brief at National Moot Court Competition in NYC

The University of Tennessee College of Law was awarded the Harrison Tweed Bowl for best brief at the 2015 National Moot Court Competition in New York City.

‘Discovering the Law’ program to give students a taste of law school

Students are invited to explore the benefits of a legal education in an informal setting at “Discovering the Law,” an event sponsored by the University of Tennessee College of Law in conjunction with DiscoverLaw.org, a campaign directed by the Law

UT Law students discuss diversity, learn leadership skills at TBA institute

Five students from the University of Tennessee College of Law recently took their first steps toward improving their leadership skills at a two-day retreat in Nashville in early January. The retreat is the first part of the Tennessee Bar Association

Memphis mayor to deliver keynote at fifteenth Blackshear Gala

City of Memphis Mayor A C Wharton will deliver the keynote address at the fifteenth annual Julian Blackshear Jr. Scholarship Gala, which recognizes and celebrates students and alumni who have positively impacted the University of Tennessee College of Law through

UT Law students learn from, work with attorneys general

Students have had the opportunity to pursue judicial externships and gain other forms of hands-on experience while at the University of Tennessee College of Law for years, and in the spring of 2012, attorney Robert R. Hopper introduced at UT

Champion for the disabled

Corbin Payne has a head for business and a heart for justice. By Robert S. Benchley. Originally published in Tennessee Law, fall 2014.