University of Regulation Announces 2023-24 LeMay Organization Law Fellows


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3rd-yr legislation pupils Ellen Womack and Travis Linn have been selected as the 2023-24 Ron and Casondra LeMay Business enterprise Law Fellows. They had been picked primarily based on their desire in and commitment to small business law, considerable management opportunity and prior efficiency in the organization legislation plan.

Womack and Linn will serve as pupil leaders of the regulation school’s Company Regulation Concentration Method and Small business Legislation Culture. The fellows will attend outreach situations with other law college students, take part in software offerings, aid with recruitment of law students for the business regulation system, help with the program’s social media existence and interact in planning and analysis linked to the plan.

The fellows will coordinate their attempts beneath the advisement of Will Foster, the Arkansas Bar Basis Professor of Law. “I am delighted Ellen and Travis received this recognition for their critical work with the enterprise law method,” Foster said. “I look forward to working with these new fellows as we continue to structure and develop chances for learners to discover about symbolizing firms and business people.”

The Ron and Casondra LeMay Organization Legislation Fellowship was proven to figure out and support exemplary law pupils committed to enterprise regulation who are dedicated to marketing the software to fellow students and the greater small business and authorized communities. The fellowship plan is component of a more substantial reward to the Faculty of Legislation from the LeMays that established the Ron and Casondra LeMay Endowment for Entrepreneurial Regulation.


“I’m honored to have the option to work together with Travis and Professor Foster as a LeMay Organization Law Fellow,” Womack stated. “I seem ahead to connecting the Northwest Arkansas company community with what we have likely on below at the legislation college.”

Womack is the 2023-24 vice president of the Business enterprise Regulation Modern society and has been in leadership positions because signing up for her 1L year. She is also a member of the Women’s Regulation Student Affiliation, served as a exploration assistant and was a member of 1 of two groups who tied for the “Best Scoring Protection Staff” in the 2023 Demo Advocacy program. Womack acquired a Bachelor of Small business Administration in advertising with a small in communications from Texas A&M University in 2021. As an undergraduate, she was energetic with the Aggie Marketing Club, College student Retailing Affiliation, Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority and Court Appointed Exclusive Advocates (CASA).


“I am honored to get the job done with Ellen and professor Foster as a LeMay Enterprise Regulation Fellow. I am enthusiastic to provide my classmates in this capability and glimpse forward to contributing to an enhance in the range of programming and networking opportunities within just the Enterprise Legislation Program. I am really grateful to Ron and Casondra LeMay for providing this prospect to my classmates and me,” Linn explained.

Linn is the president of the Small business Legislation Society, managing editor for the Arkansas Law Review and vice president of the Legislation University student Wellness Culture. He is a investigate assistant for professor Daniel Rice and formerly served as an extern for the U of A Common Counsel’s Place of work. Linn graduated summa cum laude from Pittsburg Condition University in 2021, earning his Bachelor of Science in legal justice with a slight in psychology.

About the College of Arkansas College of Legislation: The legislation school provides a aggressive J.D. and is dwelling to the nation’s very first LL.M. method in agriculture and food regulation. Led by nationally regarded faculty, the faculty gives pupils pro bono function, live client clinics, community company fellowships, competitions, and a lot much more. College students also advantage from our place in one of the swiftest escalating, most livable, and economically vibrant locations in the U.S., and from our corporate externship partnerships with Fortune 500 organizations. Our alumni have absent on to develop into judges, senators, and governors, and we serve communities throughout our state and country by systems this sort of as the Indigenous Food stuff and Agriculture Initiative. Our longstanding motivation to variety and inclusion is exemplified by the Six Pioneers, the 1st Black pupils to attend regulation faculty in the South. Follow us at @uarklaw.