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1L Class Provides Meals for Local Healthcare Workers During Winter Weather

OXFORD, Miss. —Winter weather is common in many states, but not Mississippi. A slight wintry mix or snow can create hazardous road conditions and make it very difficult to travel.…Continued

Professor Farish Percy Elected to American Law Institute

OXFORD, Miss. — University of Mississippi School of Law Professor Farish Percy is one of 24 newly elected members of the American Law Institute. The American Law Institute, or ALI,…Continued

Government Law Student Association Hosts Inaugural Policy Competition

OXFORD, Miss. — The Government Law Student Association at the University of Mississippi School of Law hosted its inaugural policy competition last month, where students demonstrated legislative writing, oral advocacy…Continued

Southern Classic Trial Advocacy Competition

The University of Mississippi Trial Advocacy Board invites you to join us for a competition of infidelity, deception, and some good old-fashioned southern story telling. The 2022 Southern Classic "Lonely…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

Two UM Law Students Land Steiger Fellowship

Two UM Law Students Land Steiger Fellowship Natalie Lowry OXFORD, Miss. – Two University of Mississippi law students are spending their summer in state attorney general offices as part of the prestigious…Continued

Sandra Cox-McCarty Named UM Staff Member of the Month

OXFORD, Miss. — Sandra Cox-McCarty, associate dean for administration and diversity initiatives, has been named Staff Council’s Staff Member of the Month for June. To help us get to know…Continued

Dean Susan Duncan’s Gift Supports School of Law Fund

OXFORD, Miss. – University of Mississippi law student Ethan Booker, of Oxford, is spending his summer working with the Queens District Attorney’s Office-Homicide Unit in New York, an opportunity made possible by…Continued

UM Law Announces 2021 Cohort of Business Law Fellows

OXFORD, Miss. – The University of Mississippi School of Law selected nine students to participate in the 2021 Business Law Fellowship program. This year’s Business Law Fellows are: Carter Babaz,…Continued

UM Law Climbs 13 Spots in U.S. News Law School Rankings

OXFORD, Miss–The University of Mississippi School of Law climbed 13 spots in the 2022 U.S. News and World Report Law School Rankings, released on Tuesday. The increase in rank is…Continued

UM Black Law Student Association Builds a Home for a Client in Need

OXFORD, Miss. — By training, lawyers aren’t architects, engineers, or builders. But in the service of their clients, lawyers do bring such people together. And, as a consequence and in…Continued

Landlord Evicts Tenant, Keeps Everything – Even Her Vaseline

Mississippi Law Allows Landlords To Kick Tenants Out And Keep All Their Personal Property OXFORD, Miss. – Last year, Columbus resident Samantha Conner was evicted from her apartment and had…Continued