Greg Allen, who is one of our lawyers, has been honored by his alma mater. A new addition to the Thomas Goode Jones School of Law will be named in his honor. A groundbreaking ceremony was held recently for the Allen Law Center on the campus of Faulkner University. The new facility will add approximately 17,000 square feet to the existing law school building, and will include additional study space in the law library, a classroom, faculty office space, a courtroom, and space for the school’s three law clinics. Dean Charles I. Nelson had this to say:
The Allen Law Center will be a major addition to Jones School of Law. This is another major step forward for the law school in its effort to become an excellent regional law school in the Southeast. The unfailing support of alumni like Greg Allen is an essential part of that progress and we are very grateful for him.
Greg, who has been a consistent supporter of the school, served as chairman of the steering committee in Jones School of Law’s effort to obtain full accreditation from the American Bar Association. This was accomplished in December 2009. Greg is a member of the advisory board for the school and teaches products liability seminars at the school.
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