Progress Report: An Update on Cumberland’s Innocence and Jefferson County Defender Clinics
Cumberland School of Law has launched several hands-on clinical opportunities for students during the 2020-2021 academic year. Here, professor of law and director of clinics LaJuana Davis provides and update on the Cumberland Innocence Clinic, the Criminal Appeals Clinic and the Capital Defense Clinic.
Practitioner’s Perspective: Job Security for Regulatory Compliance Roles Under a New Administration
As a new federal administration gets underway, some in the regulatory compliance roles may wonder how the change may affect their job. Here, Kerry McInerney ’98 provides a practitioner’s perspective on job security for regulatory compliance roles under a new administration.
2020 Members of the Bishop Society
Thanks to your membership, Cumberland School of Law’s Bishop Society has collected nearly $300,000 since January 2018. We are grateful for your support as we continue in our quest to provide a supreme legal education for our students.
Cumberland School of Law Announces Cambridge Study Abroad Annual Scholarship
This spring, Cumberland School of Law announced a newly established scholarship that will help financially support students planning to participate in its study abroad program in Cambridge, England. Learn how to support the new scholarship here.
Cumberland School of Law Maintains Top 10 Ranking Despite Pandemic Hurdles
Despite hurdles caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Samford University’s Cumberland School of Law has maintained its top 10 ranking for trial advocacy training by U.S. News & World Report. The 2022 rankings released March 30 list Cumberland’s program as #8 in the nation out of 186 law schools.
Why I Give: Ted Mann Shares Why He and His Wife Support Cumberland School of Law
Ted L. Mann '85, partner with Mann & Potter PC, shares his Cumberland School of Law story, and why he and his wife give back, in this letter to alumni.