Danielle D. Weatherby

Associate Professor of Law

School of Law


Danielle Weatherby, associate professor, joined the University of Arkansas School of Law faculty in 2013. Her scholarship, which focuses on the intersection between religious exercise and public accommodation laws, First Amendment jurisprudence and its impact on student speech, education law, and emerging legal protections for transgender individuals, has been published in some of the nation’s top law journals, and she is regularly interviewed by local, state and national media for her expertise. In addition to her teaching and research, Weatherby co-directs the school’s student competitions program, oversees the school’s three annual internal competitions and serves as co-coach of the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition teams.

A full publications listing is available at https://works.bepress.com/danielle_weatherby.

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