Alumni Spotlight: Pooja Chowla
A native of India, she graduated from the University of Delhi with a major in English in 1998 and also has a post-graduate diploma in the French language. She came to the United States in 2001 and began law school in 2005…
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Faculty Spotlight: John L. Bodie
Bodie encourages his students to stay on top of course information. “They need to know enough information to pass the bar exam,” he says. “Study early and study frequently, because you can’t learn enough in the two months before the exam. I tell them if they stay up to date on class materials and cover the lessons each week, they should be in good shape.”… Read More
100 Years of Service
In 1915, Judge Hugh A. Locke had a vision for a non-traditional law school that would serve men and women who wanted to pursue a legal education but didn’t have either the time or money that a full-time law school required. His vision became a reality, and 100 years later Birmingham School of Law still serves students who otherwise could not pursue a career in law. Its long and storied history is a testament to Locke’s dream and to those who have continued to further its success.