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Holly Caraway: Serving the State

Holly Caraway (’10) serves as chief counsel in the Office of the Senate Minority Leader in the Alabama legislature and is careful not to fall into the partisan divide. She prefers ... More

Law Students Secure Federal, State Clerkships

Caroline Cease (’15) is starting her legal career with three federal clerkships. She is clerking for Judge L. Scott Coogler on the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Alabama ... More

Law Student Named Schweitzer Fellow

Frances Isbell (’17) has been selected as one of 16 graduate students of the inaugural class of the Albert Schweitzer Fellows. The fellows will receive $2,500 and spend the next year ... More

In the Media

Professor Elliott Weighs in on Role Reversal on Immigration

Professor Heather Elliott recently told Politico the result of liberals and conservatives swapping sides on the issue of when states ... More

Professor Fair Says Fetal Heartbeat Bill Wouldn’t Survive a Legal Challenge

Professor Bryan Fair told WVUA 23 a proposed Fetal Heartbeat Bill that has passed the House in the state legislature wouldn't ... More

Professor Carroll Comments on Whether Gov. Robert Bentley Tapes Were Legally Obtained

Professor Jenny Carroll recently told Al.com Alabama is a one-party recording state, meaning one of the people in the conversation ... More

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