Renee Price, Esq., an attorney in Padgett Law Group's Little Rock, Arkansas office has been appointed by the Arkansas Bar Association to its Legal Related Education Super Committee and the Law School Committee and Mock Trial sub-committee. The appointment was effective July 1, 2018.
According to the bar association's statement, the committee works to promote "the practical understanding of, and respect for, the law through the development, coordination, and implementation of quality civics education materials, legal educational programs, and Mock Trial. The sub-committee also works with Arkansas law schools to understand law school concerns and serve as an independent voice with the university administration."
"We're thrilled with Renee's appoint to the association's committee. She's a vital part of our Arkansas operation and I'm confident she'll make great contributions to the committee's work. At Padgett, we encourage our attorneys to volunteer in the communities we serve and Renee sets a great example," said Chief Development Officer Robyn S. Padgett.
The Arkansas Bar Association is a voluntary, statewide Association with more than 5,000 attorney members. The Association and its members participate in a variety of programs and services for the legal profession and society. Among the purposes of the Association are advancing the administration of justice in Arkansas and fostering high ideals of integrity, learning and public service among its members. The Arkansas Bar Association was founded in 1898.
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