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U of A Law School to Dedicate Trial Classroom Named after Jonesboro Attorney

FAYETTEVILLE, AR - The University of Arkansas School of Law will dedicate one of its classrooms in honor of alumnus Bobby McDaniel, a longtime Jonesboro attorney, Monday afternoon (April 7) in the LeFlar Law Center.

His sons, Attorney General Dustin McDaniel and Denver attorney Brett McDaniels will both be on hand for the event.

During the event, Bobby McDaniel, a 1972 law school graduate, will make a trial skills presentation using the advanced technology available in the Bobby McDaniel Trial Practice Classroom.

McDaniel was recently the Arkansas feature lawyer in the 2007 Mid-South Super Lawyers magazine.  He is the only attorney to be named to be twice named the Outstanding Trial Lawyer by the Arkansas Trial Lawyers Association. 

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