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    Dean's Weekly Newsletter

    Week of Nov. 17: A snapshot for students, staff and faculty.

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    2014 First Place Team, National Trial Advocacy Competition

    First Place, 15th Annual National Trial Advocacy Competition

    2014-10-16 Choose a contact name Choose a contact phone Choose a contact phone First Place, 15th Annual National Trial Advocacy Competition From Oct. 8-11, members of Cumberland School of Law’s national trial team competed in and won the 15th Annual National Trial Advocacy Competition hosted by Michiga

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    Semi Final Florida National Trial Advocacy Tournament

    Semi Final Round, Florida National Trial Advocacy Tournament

    2014-10-16 Choose a contact name Choose a contact phone Choose a contact phone Semi Final Round, Florida National Trial Advocacy Tournament From Oct. 2-5, 2014, Cumberland School of Law students participated in the first trial tournament of the 2014-15 academic year at the University of Florida, Gaine

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    2014 Pro Bono Honorees

    Celebrate 2014 Pro Bono

    2014-10-16 Choose a contact name Choose a contact phone Choose a contact phone Celebrate 2014 Pro Bono In recognition of Celebrate Pro Bono 2014, Cumberland School of Law salutes the following law students and alumna for their ongoing commitment to pro bono work: Law Student Honoree (left): Rae Bol

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    First-Year Class Provides 100s of Volunteer Hours at Six Service Projects Across Birmingham

    The first-year class at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law embarked on a class service project Friday, August 15, from 1-5 pm, across six Birmingham locations providing more than 500 volunteer hours.

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    Judge Carroll assumes the Role of Acting Director of the Alabama Ethics Commission

    Judge John L. Carroll, professor of law, becomes acting director of the Alabama Ethics Commission on October 1 when Jim Sumner ’74 steps down after 17 years. 

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    Cumberland School of Law Provides Innovative Response to the Evolving Legal Market

    A Nashville, Tenn.-based company, cicayda provides eDiscovery software applications, professional managed litigation support services, and eDiscovery consulting and auditing, according to Henry Strickland, Cumberland School of Law dean.

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    Michael DeBow

    Prof. DeBow brings His Knowledge to The Center for College Affordability & Productivity

    Michael DeBow, law professor at Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law, recently joined The Center for College Affordability & Productivity (CCAP) as an associate director.

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    Woodrow Hartzog Congressional Testimony

    Prof. Hartzog Provides Testimony at a Congressional Oversight Committee Hearing

    Woodrow Hartzog of Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law brought his legal expertise to Washington, D.C., July 24 for an Oversight and Government Reform Committee Congressional hearing on the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) and its Section 5 Authority: Prosecutor, Judge and Jury.

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    Photo of 2014 Trial Advocacy Team Members

    Cumberland Among U.S. News' Top 10 Schools in Trial Advocacy

    Samford University's Cumberland School of Law tied for sixth place in "U.S. News and World Report's" 2014 list of schools with the best programs in trial advocacy training.

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