Conversations with the Academy explores the scholarship and background of some of the nation’s leading legal scholars. This monthly show, brought to you by the University of Arkansas School of Law, features wide-ranging interviews with renowned legal academics from all over the country. Co-hosted by School of Law Director of Communications Darinda Sharp and Academic Programs Coordinator Collin Hesse.
Nationwide Injunctions featuring Alan Trammell
Alan Trammell, assistant professor at the University of Arkansas School of Law, discusses his work on nationwide injunctions. The conversation was recorded in September 2018 about research he conducted over the previous summer.
Financing Legal Education featuring Fidel Calero
Fidel Calero, manger of education services for the AccessLex Institute Southwest Territory, discusses financing legal education. Calero was on campus in October of 2018 to launch a partnership between AccessLex and the law school and to give a presentation to students on financial planning.
Meet the New Dean featuring Margaret Sova McCabe
Margaret Sova McCabe, the 13th dean of the University of Arkansas School of Law, discusses her research interests and transition to Fayetteville. McCabe began her deanship during the summer of 2018. The interview was recorded in September of that year.
Personal Jurisdiction and the Internet featuring Zoe Niesel
Zoe Niesel, assistant professor, director of the Law Success Program and co-director of the Legal Research and Writing Program at St. Mary’s University School of Law, discusses her research on defining personal jurisdiction in the age of internet contacts. She was on campus in March of 2018 as part of the law school's speaker exchange.
The Myth of Autonomy featuring Lua Kamal Yuille
Lua Kamal Yuille, associate professor at the University of Kansas School of Law, discusses her research on "The Myth of Autonomy." She was on campus in March of 2018 as part of the law school's speaker exchange.
Retalitation Against Black Work Matters featuring Michael Green
Michael Green, professor at Texas A & M University School of Law, discusses his research on retaliation against Black Work Matters. He was on campus in April of 2018 as part of the law school's speaker exchange.
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