For the second day in a row, Bailey and Oliver Law Firm were invited to speak to students at the University of Arkansas School of Law. Frank Bailey traveled to Fayetteville to speak to students in a solo-practice lecture series course.
Frank was able to offer valuable lessons to the next generation of Arkansas’s lawyers. Frank lectured students on the methodology of selecting which cases to accept. Bruce lectured on the art of discovery and the importance of “digging” in litigation matters.
Professor Kathryn Sampson, Associate Clinical Professor and Director of Competitions and Capstone Courses, said the following regarding the recent visit, “Thank you to Frank Bailey… for giving a room full of second and third year law students a bird’s eye view of what the practice of law is like. Mr. Bailey offered an excellent view of what makes a good client in the eyes of a jury, and in the eyes of a practicing attorney.”
Bailey and Oliver Law Firm is always thrilled when they get the opportunity to speak at the University of Arkansas School of Law and look forward to future engagements with the students. Reaching out to the future members of the Arkansas legal community is part Bailey and Oliver Law Firm’s greater mission of making this community and the state a safer place.