Law School Spotlight: Memphis, UT Focus on Local Communities

Each issue of TYL will include news about two of Tennessee’s six law schools. This issue features news from the Cecil C. Humphreys School of Law at the University of Memphis and the University of Tennessee College of Law. Amy T. Campbell, the new director of the Health Law Institute and associate professor of law at the University of Memphis School of Law, writes about a new health law and policy program being launched at the school in 2014, while Brad Morgan, access to justice and mentoring coordinator at UT Law, writes about the impact the Pro Bono Society is having at the school and in the greater Knoxville community. Read more