On November 22, Niki Pace participated a workshop hosted by Georgetown Climate Center discussing nature-based adaptation strategies. During the meeting,
OXFORD, Miss.–The School of Law will undertake its second Skill Session January 6-17, 2014, with 22 adjuncts lined up to teach
Ole Miss Law School invites you to participate in the 2014 Spring Recruiting program, facilitated by the Career Services office.
Ole Miss Law School deans will answer questions from prospective students in a Dial-a-Dean program Dec. 16 from 3-5 p.m.
Students from the Criminal Appeals Clinic presented oral arguments on Wednesday in front of the Mississippi Court of Appeals on
Students Get Networking Opportunities with Practitioners OXFORD, Miss.—The Business Law Institute’s (BLI) mission is to train great business lawyers. And
The Wall Street Journal included Professor Mercer Bullard’s comments in a recent article on mutual funds. The article discussed information
Debra Brown, Ole Miss Law alumna (JD 97) and Jackson attorney, was confirmed by the U.S. Senate for a federal
Michèle Alexandre, associate professor of law and Jessie D. Puckett, Jr., lecturer, was named to Ebony magazine’s “Power 100” list, which
Student lawyers Adrienne S. Moore and Rashawn N. Jones (JD 12) won a reversal from the Mississippi Court of Appeals on