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Rothey and Kumi prevail in Advocates’ Prize

Two second-year law students dominated their peers to win top honors in the Advocates’ Prize Moot Court Competition at the College of Law this week. Evan Rothey won for best brief and best team, while Sharon Kumi won as best oralist. Read more

The Closer

Former minor league pitcher and recent law alumnus Bobby Bramhall may have left the world of professional baseball behind years ago, but he remains a closer. Read more

Environmental law conference set for Oct. 20-22

The University of Tennessee College of Law will host the eighth annual Appalachian Public Interest Environmental Law Conference later this month. Lawyers, activists, students, scientists, faculty, and members of the community are invited to the international, three-day conference that centers upon achieving environmental and social justice throughout the Appalachian bioregion and surrounding areas. Read more

Stephanie Neal joins UT Law as the Director of Development

Before joining UT Law, Stephanie Neal worked in healthcare philanthropy serving as the director of major and planned gifts for Porter Hills Foundation in Grand Rapids, Mich. In her position, Neal will implement the strategic direction for the College of Law including identifying, cultivating, strategizing, soliciting, negotiating, and stewarding donor prospects. Read more

College awards first Hardwick-Woods fellowship

Third-year law student Sloane Lynch has been named the University of Tennessee College of Law’s first Hardwick-Woods Fellowship recipient. As the fellowship recipient, Lynch will work closely with the Institute for Professional Leadership as a teaching assistant for the Institute’s curricular offerings. Read more

Making a Difference

In rural Louisiana sits a dull gray building surrounded by a fence topped with barbed wire. Technically it’s not a prison, but it might as well be. It was also a destination for David Samples and Jared Allen, students at the University of Tennessee College of Law. Read more

We have reason to celebrate

For 70 years, the University of Tennessee College of Law Legal Clinic has helped law students develop lawyering skills while advancing the cause of justice by serving thousands of indigent clients unable to afford legal representation. Join us as we celebrate our 70th Anniversary with a series of events taking place throughout the fall semester. Read more