The UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law has received a gift from Rose Law Firm as part of its 200th anniversary philanthropic initiative. The law school will use the funds to create two public interest fellowships.
“Rose Law Firm has been blessed to survive and thrive for two centuries. It is in that spirit of gratitude that we have committed to give back to our community in honor of our 200th anniversary. These gifts will benefit several legal aid, nonprofit and educational institutions in our state, including the UA Little Rock William H. Bowen School of Law,” said managing member Robyn Allmendinger.
The public interest fellowship is an emerging initiative at Bowen. Through these fellowships, the school will provide monetary stipends to student fellows filling unpaid positions providing public service during the summer semester. The program supports Bowen’s core values of access to justice, public service,