Thomas Goode Jones

Faulkner University Jones School of Law celebrates 90 years of legal education

By Dean Charles Campbell Faulkner University’s Jones School of Law is celebrating its 90th anniversary this year after being established in 1928.  The school is named in memory of Thomas Goode Jones (1844-1914) and continues to be an important piece…
Lauren James is awarded the Pro Bono Award. Photo credit, Alabama State Bar

Alabama State Bar Awards Faulkner's Jones School of Law Graduate, Lauren James with Pro Bono Award

MONTGOMERY, Ala. –  One of Thomas Goode Jones School of Law’s most recent graduates, Lauren James, was recently awarded the Alabama State Bar Pro Bono Award for her extensive public service work. The award for the Law Student Category was…

The Importance of Making Time to Help Pro Bono Clients and Non-profits post-graduation

The term pro bono comes from the Latin pro bono publico, which means “for the public good.” Many law professionals find time to help others with pro bono services. However, it seems that there are never enough experienced lawyers to cover the need for…

Faulkner Law: Caring about the intellectual, spiritual, and physical health of our students for 90 years

For 90 years Faulkner Law has been making an impact in the community. We have a history as leaders in diversity, and our alumni have gone on to serve their communities in many ways. As a law school with Christian values, our…
Ernestine S. Sapp Chapter of NBLSA, Faulkner Law: 2018-2019 Executive BoardL to R: Noelle Sillmon (Secretary), Donavon McGuire (President), Kymberly Porter (Treasurer), and Shevon Thomas II (Vice President)

Jones School of Law’s Black Law Students Association named National Chapter of the Year

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Faulkner University ‘s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law is proud to announce their Ernestine S. Sapp Chapter of Black Law Students Association (BLSA) was named as the National BLSA Medium Chapter of the Year. Black Law Students…