Professor Stephanie Williams Presents "You Had Me at Hello: Engaging Brief Introductions and Theories of the Case" -- University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Professor Stephanie Williams presented "You Had Me at Hello: Engaging Brief Introductions and Theories of the Case" at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock Third Annual Corbin Appellate Symposium. The national symposium, which honors the late Justice Donald L. Corbin of the Arkansas Supreme and Appellate Courts, was held on March 30-31.
The presenters featured many members of the appellate bench, including a United States Court of Appeals panel discussion with Judge Michael Y. Scudder of the Seventh Circuit, Chief Judge Lavenski R. Smith of the Eight Circuit, and Judge Jane Kelly of the Eight Circuit; Judge Morris S. "Buzz" Arnold, United States Court of Appeals for the Eighth Circuit, speaking on ethics; a state Supreme Court panel discussion with Justice Courtney R. Hudson of the Arkansas Supreme Court, Justice Holly Kirby of the Tennessee Supreme Court, and Justice Piper D. Griffin of the Louisiana Supreme Court; Justice Annabelle Imber Tuck (Retired), Arkansas Supreme Court, speaking on oral argument; an Arkansas Court of Appeals panel discussion with Judges Cindy Thyer, Wendy S. Wood, and Stephanie P. Barrett; and Robert S. Peck, of the Centers for Constitutional Litigation.
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