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  • CPICS 2015-05

    Law School Service Organization Receives Pro Bono Award

    A community service organization in Samford's Cumberland School of Law has been honored by the Alabama Bar Association.

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    CPICS 2015 Newsletter

    Dean's Weekly Newsletter

    Week of Apr. 27, 2015

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    Prof. Woody Hartzog, China, Apr 2015

    Cumberland Professor Woody Hartzog Participates in First Delegation of Golden Key Workshop in China

    Professor Woody Hartzog recently traveled to China through The Chinese People’s Association for Friendship with Foreign Countries as part of the first delegation of the Golden Key Workshop.

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    Prof. Wendy Greene

    Professor D. Wendy Greene awarded LSA John Hope Franklin Prize (March 24, 2015)

    Professor D. Wendy Greene’s latest article, “Categorically Black, White, or Wrong: ‘Misperception Discrimination’ and the State of Title VII Protection” published in the Michigan Journal of Law Reform, is the recipient of the Law and Society Association's 2015 John Hope Franklin Prize.

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    Cumberland Places in Top Four of the NTC Finals

    A team from Cumberland School of Law  recently made the final four of the National Trial Competition national finals in Houston, Texas. Over 325 teams participated in this competition at the regional level with the top two teams from each region winning the right to participate in the national finals.

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