Cordell Hull Speakers Forum hosts ABA President Paulette Brown
Week of Sept. 28, 2015
Herbert W. Peterson National Trial Team Selected
During the last two weekends in August, 36 second- and third-year students participated in the Herbert W. Peterson Trial Team Competition at Cumberland School of Law.
Cumberland School of Law Welcomes Class of 2018
Cumberland School of Law welcomed 150 new law students tocampus for first-year orientation from Monday, August 10 – Friday, August14.
Cumberland School of Law Freshmen Cap Orientation Week with Community Service
First-year students of Samford University's Cumberland School of Law capped a week of orientation with their annual Service Day Aug. 14, volunteering at Turkey Creek Nature Preserve, Ronald McDonald House, EasterSeals of Alabama, Pathways Women’s Shelter, Grace House Ministries, RedMountain Park and Children’s Village. The class provided hundreds of hours of work to assist the organizations.
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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.
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.