August 20, 2020
Terri Beiner: Bowen School of Law

Just days away from the start of fall classes, the UALR William H. Bowen School of Law and Dean Terri Beiner remain confident about their hybrid structure for the semester and its ability to continue to provide hands-on practice for students. 

“In some ways, we got lucky because we’ve been doing this since March,” Beiner said. “Once we had that experience, we put our faculty through numerous different types of training for online teaching. I’m looking at it as an opportunity.” 

Beiner shared more with host Natalie Ghidotti on the latest episode of The Ghidotti Podcast, including how Bowen’s learning experience differs from other law schools and her thoughts on the notion that there are too many law students and not enough jobs. 

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