The Pulaski County Bar Foundation was created by Pulaski County lawyers who voluntarily give their time and resources to serve the citizens of Pulaski County. The mission of the Pulaski County Bar Foundation is to support charitable and educational activities which help promote the ideals of the Pulaski County Bar Association and the community by providing financial support to enhance the cause of justice. Grants may be awarded to groups or individuals for projects that carry out the mission of the Pulaski County Bar Foundation. Such projects may include, for example, educational events to help children and the general public to understand the legal system, scholarships for Arkansas law school students, continuing education for lawyers and judges, assistance to the courts by providing grants to enhance the functioning of the judicial system, assistance to our Arkansas law schools by providing grants to enhance legal education, or other acts that are proper to carry out the purposes of our organization.


3rd Annual Justice Donald L. Corbin Appellate Symposium

Thursday, April 16 – Friday, April 17, 2020

Bowen School of Law

The Symposium was created to honor Justice Donald L. Corbin’s contributions to the legal profession and to honor his memory. The proceeds raised by the Symposium are used to endow scholarships at the University of Fayetteville, Leflar Law Center and the University of Little Rock, Bowen School of Law, and to encourage training and education in the area of Appellate Advocacy.

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