Alena Allen, a former interim dean at the University of Arkansas (Fayetteville) School of Law and “nationally recognized figure in legal education,” will become deputy director at the Association of American Law Schools on Aug. 1.

She will remain a tenured professor at the university on the faculty with a reduced teaching and service load, but concluded her role as interim dean on June 30.

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