Chief Justice Howard Brill

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Date Elected or Appointed to Current Position: 
2015
Education: 
A.B., Duke University (1965) J.D., University of Florida (1970); Order of the Coif; Editor-in-Chief, University of Florida Law Review LL.M., University of Illinois (1979)
Law Practice or Teaching Areas: 
Civil Procedure Professional Responsibility Remedies (Damages, Equity, Restitution) Arkansas Constitutional Law The Law and Baseball Family Law State and Local Government Legal Writing & Appellate Advocacy
Awards: 
Lewis E. Epley, Jr. Award for Excellence in Teaching, (selected by Class of 2010) Lewis E. Epley, Jr. Award for Excellence in Teaching, (selected by Class of 2007) Professor of the Year (selected by class of 2001) Lewis E. Epley, Jr., Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching (selected by students), May 1997 Burlington-Northern Award for Outstanding Teacher at the University of Arkansas, May 1993 Professor of the Year (for Upperclassmen, selected by Student Bar Association), April 1992 Law Faculty Nominee for Outstanding Teaching Award at the University of Arkansas, April 1992 Professor of the Year (selected by Student Bar Association), April 1991 Commencement Speaker, School of Law (selected by graduating class), May 1990 Professor of the Year (selected by Student Bar Association), March 1987 Law Faculty Candidate for Burlington-Northern Outstanding Teacher Award, March 1987 Professor of the Year (selected by Student Bar Association), April 1980 Commencement Speaker, School of Law (selected by graduating class), May 1978 Outstanding Teacher Award (Arkansas Law Review), November 1977