University of Arkansas at Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law
The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law provides a high-quality legal education that equips students with the knowledge, skills, and ethical concepts to not only function as competent attorneys, public officials, business persons, and other professionals, but also to think critically about the efficacy of the law and legal institutions and to work for their improvement. Located in Arkansas’s capital city, the hub of Arkansas business, government and non-profit enterprises, Bowen was established by the Arkansas General Assembly in 1975. Since then, the law school has become a leader in practice-ready and skills-focused learning. The law school offers an innovative, nationally-respected, high-quality legal education focused on hands-on learning. And we offer it at less than half the tuition that most law schools charge. We have both a full-time (day) program and a part-time (evening) program, and we make sure all our students have the benefit of our expert, full-time faculty and our close relationship with the Little Rock bench and bar.