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Greenberg Traurig Shareholder and Alumna Elizabeth Ross Hadley Board Certified by Texas Board of Legal Specialization

Elizabeth Ross Hadley, a shareholder in global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Government Law & Policy and Litigation Practices, was recently recognized as Board Certified in legislative and campaign law by The Texas Board of…Continued

2020 Graduate Luke Phillips Cited by Justice Gorsuch in Opinion

Luke Phillips, a 2020 graduate of the University of Mississippi School of Law from Cape Girardeau, Missouri, wrote a journal article that was cited by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil…Continued

2022 LL.M. Graduate Francesca Morschbach Wins IATA Writing Award

Francesca Morschbach, who graduated with an LL.M. from the University of Mississippi School of Law in August, is this year’s winner of the Constance O’Keefe Aviation Law Writing Award, presented…Continued

Dunagin’s $1M Estate Gift Will Benefit Students of Accountancy and Law

A $1 million bequest continues a University of Mississippi graduate’s dedication to helping others succeed. The late Martin Dunagin of Houston, Texas, and Oxford, Mississippi, wanted students in the Patterson School…Continued

Law School to Host Screening of ‘You Asked for the Facts’ Monday, Sept. 26

Documentary examines Robert F. Kennedy's visit to the university OXFORD, Miss. – In conjunction with the week of events marking 60 years of integration at the University of Mississippi, the School of…Continued

Gamot Estate Gift Creates Oral Advocacy Endowment

Two Florida trial lawyers who were passionate about their work will be remembered through the Gamot Oral Advocacy Endowment at the University of Mississippi School of Law. An estate gift…Continued

Constance Slaughter-Harvey Named UM Law Alumna of the Year

University of Mississippi alumna Constance Slaughter-Harvey has been named the School of Law‘s Alumna of the Year, becoming the first African American female to receive the award. She accepted the award July…Continued

Harry Allen Remembered with Scholarship for UM Law Students

The late Harry Allen enjoyed practicing law because of the potential it provided him to help people. And when he succeeded, he shared, “You go out, help people and pay…Continued

Building Roads and Bridges: Jacorius Williams Plans to Help Others Achieve

For Jacorius Williams, personal achievements have always been about much more than just himself. Originally from Lumberton, Mississippi, Williams’ father moved the family to Biloxi for better opportunities. After graduating…Continued

Gift to Law School Expands Helene Thompson’s Family Legacy

For Helene Thompson and those close to her, the University of Mississippi’s School of Law has become something of a familial rite of passage. Thompson, a 1968 graduate of the…Continued

Gift Reflects William Krucks’ Love for Ole Miss School of Law

A new scholarship in the University of Mississippi School of Law stands as a testament to the experiences its namesake enjoyed at Ole Miss. Established with a gift of $150,000,…Continued

Alumnus Julio Cazares Recognized with National Student Leadership Award from LGBTQ+ Bar

OXFORD, Miss. - The National LGBTQ+ Bar Association recognized 2021 University of Mississippi School of Law graduate Julio Cazares with the Student Leadership Award. The award is the organization’s highest…Continued