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Mizzou Law Student Chosen for National Fellowship, Scholarship

Second-year Mizzou Law student Samantha Groark was recently chosen as a 2017 Fellow through the Peggy Browning Fund Fellowship Program. This summer she will spend 10 weeks working as a law clerk at Hammond & Shinners, P.C., a St. Louis firm specializing in labor and employee benefits law. As a fellow, she will be working to advance the cause of…

Mizzou Law Student Wins National Dispute Resolution Writing Competition

Third-year Mizzou Law student Theresa Mullineaux recently won the Joseph T. McLaughlin Original Student Article Award in a national student writing competition sponsored by the International Institute for Conflict Prevention and Resolution (CPR). This award is endowed in honor of Joseph T. McLaughlin, a former CPR board member, long-time CPR supporter and prolific advocate for effective conflict resolution practices, and…

Mizzou Law Students Advance to ABA Client Counseling National Competition

Two Mizzou Law students – 2Ls John Brooks and Emma Tracy — won their American Bar Association Client Counseling Regional Competition and will advance to the national competition at the University of Oklahoma College of Law in March. The law school participated in Region 10, which includes 7 states, at the regional competition, hosted by the University of Missouri-Kansas City…

Mizzou Law Team Advances to Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Competition

Mizzou Law recently sent two teams to regionals of the Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Competition. The law school was the only school, out of 28 in its region, to advance two teams to the regional semifinal. We are proud to announce that Mizzou Law won its regional competition and will advance to compete in the Texas Young Lawyers…

School of Law to Co-Host Inaugural Southeastern Regional Tax Challenge

The School of Law will join with the MU School of Accountancy to host the Inaugural Southeastern Regional Tax Challenge at Hulston Hall on February 10 and 11. Fourteen teams of law and accounting students from throughout the Southeastern Conference (SEC) will travel to Columbia to present their solutions to a complicated tax transaction in front of a panel of…