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Good luck on finals from Scott Childs, Michael Higdon and Maria Saez Tatman!

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Good luck on finals from Zack Buck, Greg Stein and Brian Krumm!

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Good luck on finals from Briana Rosenbaum, Joe Christian and Michelle Kwon!

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Good luck on finals from Paula Schaefer, Ben Barton and Celisse Lambert!

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Good luck on finals from Lucy Jewel, Eric Franklin Amarante and Doug Blaze!

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Good luck on finals from Joy Radice, Alex Long and Becky Jacobs!

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Good luck on finals from Melanie Wilson, Christie Laird and Joan Heminway!

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Good luck on finals from Teri Baxter, Glenn Reynolds and Charisse Heath!

How Did We Get Here: Professor Penny White on jury selection
Those convicted of crimes are entitled to jury trials, but juries often do not reflect the racial diversity of the community from which jurists are selected. Professor Penny White, a former Tennessee Supreme Court judge, discusses how this impacts ou...

How Did We Get Here: Professor Zack Buck on systemic racism in healthcare
Beginning with an explanation of the 40-year-long Tuskegee Syphilis Study, Professor Buck examines how the U.S. healthcare system has fostered systemic racism through disparate treatment of blacks.

How Did We Get Here: Professor Lucy Jewel on legal reasoning related to inequality
How have legal reasoning and accepted historical theories of persuasion perpetuated legal inequality in the United States? Professor Lucy Jewel of the University of Tennessee College of Law explores the problem in this discussion.

How Did We Get Here: Professor Eric Franklin Amarante on unfair federal housing policies
How did federal housing policies of the 20th century helped create a staggering wealth gap between black and white families? Learn more from this discussion with Professor Amarante of the University of Tennessee College of Law.

How Did We Get Here: Professor Ben Barton on unjust incarceration of black citizens
How is it possible that criminals are willing to plead guilty and go to prison for crimes they didn't commit? Our Professor Ben Barton discusses how we got here in this series of videos from the University of Tennessee College of Law.

Inside UT Law - VFL Marquez North
After a college career with the Tennessee Vols and playing professional football in the NFL, Marquez North has traded football for law school.

Six Pack Series: Tyvi Small
University of Tennessee Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Engagement Tyvi Small discusses his leadership philosophy in this installment of the Institute for Professional Leadership's "Six-Pack Series," featuring prominent leaders answering questions ...

Inside UT Law - Student Sallie Papajohn
Third-year law student Sallie Papajohn is grateful for the education and the support she's receiving from professors, donors and alumni.

University of Tennessee Chancellor Donde Plowman
The "Six-Pack Series," produced by UT Law's Institute for Professional Leadership, features prominent leaders answering the same six questions about leadership, and passing along their lessons and philosophies towards leadership and service on to the...

Six-Pack Series: Lee Bussart
General Sessions Court Judge Lee Bussart discusses her leadership philosophy in this installment of the Institute for Professional Leadership's "Six-Pack Series," featuring prominent leaders answering questions about leadership.

Six-Pack Series: Ursula Bailey
Attorney Ursula Bailey discusses her leadership philosophy in this installment of the Institute for Professional Leadership's "Six-Pack Series," featuring prominent leaders answering questions about leadership.

Six-Pack Series: Beth Ford
Beth Ford has served for 18 years as the federal community defender for Federal Defender Services of East Tennessee. She discusses her leadership philosophy in this installment of the Institute for Professional Leadership's "Six-Pack Series.”

Six-Pack Series: CJ Fayton
CJ Fayton, the director of VFL programming for Tennessee Athletics, is a former UT football wide receiver. His career has centered in collegiate athletics administration since earning a master's degree in recreation administration and a Juris Doctora...

Six-Pack Series: Joan Cronan
Joan Cronan, the former director of women’s athletics at the University of Tennessee, discusses her leadership philosophy in this installment of the Institute for Professional Leadership's "Six-Pack Series." The series features prominent leaders an...

Six-Pack Series: Doug Overbey
Doug Overbey, the U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of Tennessee, discusses his philosophies about leadership in this installment of the Institute for Professional Leadership's "Six-Pack Series."

2018-19 Year in Review
A look back at the highlights of our academic year at the University of Tennessee College of Law.

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