News & Events

Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Law & Inequality

Center for Legal Studies is excited to offer a full time, two-year, non-renewable teaching and research post-doctoral fellowship beginning fall 2018. The purpose of the fellowship is to recognize and support original interdisciplinary research and teaching in the study of law and inequality in race, crime, policing, mass incarceration, civil rights, and related subject areas. Applications are due April 15th.

The Legal Studies Standalone Major

As of Fall 2016 Legal Studies is shifting from an adjunct major to a standalone major. Review the differences between the two - applications will open in Winter 2018!

Updated Minor Requirements

Current students can now complete the Legal Studies minor under these revised rules - take a look at the changes (Fall 2016).

Leeds is a former dean of law at the University of Arkansas and has also served as a Cherokee Nation Supreme Court Justice. Legal Studies is cosponsoring this event with the Colloquium of Indigeneity and Native American Studies (CINAS), the Buffett Institute, Weinberg College, and a TGS Mellon Grant.