Each year, the provides two third-year students with the opportunity to brief and argue an appeal before a federal appellate court, under the supervision of Professor Dustin Buehler. Students review and analyze the trial court record, research legal issues, draft sections of the opening and reply briefs, and then present oral argument.
School of Law
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University of Arkansas
Fayetteville, AR 72701
Phone: (479) 575-5601
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Faculty in the News
Associate Dean Don Judges provided expert commentary to the Bloomberg story “New Abortion Restrictions in States Are 0 for 8 in Courts.”
Professor Laurent Sacharoff was prominently quoted in the Associated Press story “Candidates: Fix procedure, keep death penalty” which has been reposted on The Stand Down Texas Project.
Dean Stacy Leeds was profiled in Sunday’s statewide edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Professor Laurent Sacharoff published a guest column on Arkansas “open carry” in the Sunday, July 21 statewide edition of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.
Robert B. Moberly
Professor Robert Moberly teaches courses in alternative dispute resolution and labor arbitration. He earned his bachelor's in economics and his J.D. from the University of Wisconsin. Prior to his service as dean of the University of Arkansas...