January/February 2007 issue
Justice Thomas Gives 2007 UALR Arnold Lecture
On February 26th, the
Honorable Justice Clarence
Thomas paid a visit to the
University of Arkansas Little
Rock Bowen School of Law,
where he visited with students
and also gave the second annual Arnold Lecture.
Justice Thomas met with students for a
question-and-answer session that touched on
issues such as affirmative action and what he
reads when he is away from the court. He said
the most frustrating part of his job is the oral
arguments, because he feels that the Court as a
whole asks too many questions, rather than
allowing adequate time for attorneys to state their
Shortly after the Q & A,
he presented the second
annual Arnold Lecture.
This lecture is hosted by
the Law School in
memory of Judge Richard
Arnold and in honor of
Judge Morris Arnold.
Justice Thomas’ lecture
was a well-received tribute to the Arnold family
and particularly to the late Judge Richard Arnold.
Following the lecture, the Justice and Judge
Arnold attended a reception in the Law School
You can read more about the visit and see more
pictures on the UALR School of Law web site.