TBA Law Blog


Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Mar 5, 2019
A group of nearly 70 Knoxville high school students from underrepresented groups recently heard a presentation from Sawyers Belk, attorney and adjunct professor at the University of Tennessee College of Law, about the career opportunities that exist with a legal degree. The event was a part of the Diversity Pipeline Program. Over the course of the students’ day-long visit, they attended a typical law class with criminal law Professor Joy Radice, engaged in a question and answer session with current students, learned about resources that aid student success, and heard from alumni about how to avoid common pitfalls in their careers.