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Professor Carodine, Chief Judge Write About Law Clerk and Judge Relationships

Professor Montre′ Carodine and Chief Judge Carl E. Stewart say clerking is more than just a job in the September/October 2014 issue of The Bencher. "The judicial clerkship is in a ... More

John Grisham Wins the 2014 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction

For his work in Sycamore Row, New York Times bestselling author, lawyer and previous Harper Lee Prize winner John Grisham received the 2014 Harper Lee Prize for Legal Fiction. ... More

Professor Rosen Serves as a National Reporter at Vienna Congress

Ken Rosen, associate professor of law, is in Vienna, Austria, serving as the United States National Reporter on Company Law and the Law of Succession as part of the 19th ... More

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Fox6 WBRC Features Law School, Legal Clinic

More than 40,000 low-income residents in Tuscaloosa County need help coping with civil legal challenges, Glory McLaughlin, Assistant Dean for ... More

Professor Joyner Provides Insight On IAEA Report

After an extensive 11-year investigation, it remains unclear whether Iran sought nuclear weapons, said Yukiya Amano, director general for the ... More

Professor Carodine Featured On NPR’s Morning Edition

Professor Montrè Carodine recently provided insight for two stories featured on NPR's Morning Edition after a federal judge ruled ... More

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