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Faculty in the News

Professor Joseph Yockey continues the rich legacy of David H. Vernon

Thursday, March 24, 2022
Joseph Yockey was one of seven professors named to endowed positions including chairs, professorships, and fellows last fall. This spring we held his investiture ceremony to celebrate his new position as the David H. Vernon Professor of Law and honor the legacy of David H. Vernon.

Undergraduate certificate in Human Rights creates pipeline to law school

Tuesday, March 15, 2022
Over the past several years, a small but steady flow of UI graduates have matriculated into law school having earned the College’s undergraduate Certificate in Human Rights offered through the Center for Human Rights. This unique opportunity has often been found to spark interest in students choosing to pursue the study of law.

Derek Muller presents on how voting rights impact minorities for CLE

Thursday, February 17, 2022

Author and attorney, Bryan Porter (20JD), shares his love of writing

Thursday, February 17, 2022
Iowa Law alum Bryan Porter (20JD) shares his love of writing and his childhood dream to become a lawyer. Bryan published his first book in 2020 and is currently an attorney at the Rock Island County State's Attorney's Office.

Derek Muller features on panel to discuss the Electoral Count Act

Wednesday, February 16, 2022

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