Tom Clancy, director, National Center for Justice and the Rule of Law and research professor of law, was featured recently
A New York Times story quoted Professor Mercer Bullard on the effect of recent 401k litigation on other investment vehicles.
Bradley hopes fund creates opportunities, continues commitment to diversity in law Generations of attorneys, judges, teachers and statesmen have been
Beginning July 2, the University of Mississippi School of Law will undertake a new radio program, In Legal Terms, with
RALEIGH, NC– On April 5, the North Carolina State Bar Board of Legal Specialization presented John Narron (J.D. 77) with
Michele Alexandre, associate professor, was named among Lawyers of Color magazine’s “Most Influential Minority Law Professors 50 Years of Age
University of Mississippi School of Law alumna Debra Brown has been nominated to be a federal judge for the U.S.
Mississippi Innocence Project’s work is mentioned in a Washington Post article, which discusses the validity of forensic testimony used in the
ABA President Lauren Bellows cited Air and Space Law as an exciting, new and relevant area of practice in the
Professor Joanne Gabrynowicz provided expertise to The Irish Times recently, discussing space tourism and its legal implications. Gabrynowicz is the the director