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Faulkner Law Professor Publishes Three New Articles

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Faulkner Law Professor Adam J. MacLeod, an expert in property law, intellectual property, and jurisprudence, has recently added three articles to his lengthy list of published works. Additionally, he was recently appointed as the State Liaison Officer to serve as the…
John Browning

Faulkner Law Professor Receives Maurice Merrill Golden Quill Award

Faulkner Law’s John G. Browning was recently honored by the Oklahoma Bar Association (OBA) with the Maurice Merrill Golden Quill Award. The OBA gives this award to “the author of the best-written article published this year in the Oklahoma Bar Journal.” His award-winning article “Blazing…
Lauren James

BEASLEY ALLEN ATTORNEY LAUREN JAMES SERVING THROUGH PRO BONO WORK

As a Staff Attorney at Beasley Allen Law Firm, Lauren James strives to treat each client with compassion and help them feel supported while also serving the needs of her community through pro bono work.   From Mobile, Alabama, James earned her Bachelor…
Jeffrey Hammond

Cambridge University Press publishes new book by Faulkner Law professor

Faulkner Law’s Jeffrey B. Hammond and Helen M. Alvaré of George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School have just had their newest book, Christianity and the Laws of Conscience: An Introduction, published by Cambridge University Press. This book is the…
l-r Commissioner Rick Pate, Faulkner President Mike Williams, Federation President Jimmy Parnell, and NALC Director Harrison Pittman pose after signing a memorandum of understanding to establish a three-year Alabama Ag Law Pathway.

Faulkner Law establishes 3-year Alabama Ag Law Pathway

MONTGOMERY, Ala. – Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law entered into an agreement with the Alabama Farmers Federation, the Alabama Department of Agriculture and Industry (ADAI) and the National Agricultural Law Center (NALC) on June 1, 2021, to provide Faulkner Law students with opportunities…
Contributed ASB, Judge Terri Bozeman Lovell

Faulkner Law alumna, Judge Terri Bozeman Lovell named Alabama State Bar Executive Director

MONTGOMERY, Ala.  – Faulkner Law alumna, Judge Terri Bozeman Lovell made history as the first woman selected to serve as Executive Director of the Alabama State Bar since the organization’s founding in 1879. Graduating from Faulkner University’s Thomas Goode Jones School of Law in 1995 with her…