There weren't many cases today, but there was a lot of discussion of the few that were there. We had ten participants, which is pretty good for December. Participation seems to drop off in December, but apparently not this year, at least not yet.
There was a lot of interest in the Arkansas Supreme Court's decision upholding the constitutionality of the Freedom of Information Act. That decision got a lot of press coverage as well.
There was interest in the Arkansas Supreme Court's decision interpreting an inter vivos trust. A lot of us felt like we had gone back to law school.
The Court of Appeals decided an important case on charitable immunity. One of the participants of our group has some cases pending involving the same issue, so we were able to get a lot of insigh
Gerry Schulze is a lawyer in Little Rock, Arkansas and one of the members of the Arkansas Advance Sheets Study Group. He created this webpage and blog. We hope that in the future other members of the group will participate, but for right now, this is it.