Making History at the Mississippi Law Journal: Nivory Gordon Passes the Torch to Taylor Davis

Nivory Gordon, current Editor-in-Chief of the Mississippi Law Journal, became the first Black student elected to lead the publication. As his term ends this Spring, he hands off the title…Continued

Negotiation Board’s Camille Atkins and Summie Carlay Named Runner-Up in California Sports Lawyer Competition

The University of Mississippi School of Law Negotiation Board team of 3L Camille Atkins and 2L Summie Carlay were named as the National Runner-Up at the conclusion of the 2024…Continued

UM Law Student Mac McMullan Places in Speaker’s Edge Competition

OXFORD, Miss. –“Attitude, assistance, preparation, and authenticity” were the words Rebecca McCarty, first Speaker’s Edge winner in 2005, said to the 2024 Speaker’s Edge class of graduate students. Celebrating the…Continued

UM Law Hosts 3rd HBCU Law Preview Day

The University of Mississippi School of Law hosted its 3rd annual HBCU Law Preview Day, where 38 attendees got a glimpse into law school life. The day included tours of…Continued

Students Tre’on Dozier, Sabrina Milos Selected for John Paul Stevens Public Interest Fellowship

University of Mississippi School of Law Students Tre’on Dozier and Sabrina Milos were selected as 2023 Justice John Paul Stevens Foundation Fellows. The foundation’s national fellowship programs partners with 38…Continued

Savannah Whittemore (J.D. 23) Receives Fulbright Award

OXFORD, Miss. – University of Mississippi School of Law 2023 graduate Savannah Whittemore is one of eight UM students to earn the Fulbright Student Program awards, the most ever in…Continued

Writing Her Legacy: 2023 Grad Serves at 3rd Gen Editor of the MS Law Journal

Following in the footsteps of your family members is no uncommon when it comes to a profession. In many instances, that’s how interest in a field begins. “Growing up around…Continued

Mary Anna Brand’s Paper Selected for Publication by the Review of Litigation

University of Mississippi School of Law third-year student Mary Anna Brand recently had an article selected for publication by the Review of Litigation at the University of Texas School of…Continued

Wintersession Course Provides Overview of College Sports Law

While most students were wrapping up their winter break, a group of students were immersed in college athletics as part of the College Sports Law Practicum winter intersession course at…Continued

Two UM Law Students Earn Awards in Speaker’s Edge Competition

The 19th annual contest helps students develop career-relevant skills OXFORD, Miss. – Costco as a mini-market, remote work technology, virtual passports and artificial intelligence in the food industry were among…Continued

Q&A with LL.M. Student, Active-Duty JAG Aaron Brynildson

Major Aaron Brynildson is an active-duty Judge Advocate in the United States Air Force. He has been in the Air Force since 2016, having been previously assigned as a prosecutor…Continued

3L Channing Curtis Publishes Journal Article with NC Central Law Review

Third-year law student Channing Curtis’s article “State Court Structure and Precedent,” will be published in Volume 45 of the North Carolina Central Law Review. Curtis wrote the article as part of…Continued