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About Beth Zilberman

Assistant Professor Beth Zilberman joined the University of Arkansas School of Law in fall 2018 where she directs the Immigration Law Clinic. Prior to her arrival in Arkansas, Professor Zilberman served as the Teaching Fellow at the Michigan State University College of Law where she co-taught the Immigration Law Clinic. She has also served as a Clinical Fellow with the Boston College Law School Immigration Clinic. She has also held an Equal Justice Works fellowship, sponsored by Microsoft and the Sidley Austin Foundation, with Kids in Need of Defense’s (KIND) Boston office working with unaccompanied minors facing deportation who survived gender-based violence. 

Professor Zilberman is a graduate of Boston College Law School where she was a Public Service Scholar and received the Aviam Soifer Award for Public Service Achievement and Leadership. 


Present Assistant Professor of Law, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville School of Law

Curriculum Vitae



Research Interests

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Professional Service and Affiliations

2015 - Present Fellowship Reader, Equal Justice Works
2013 - Present Member, American Bar Association
2013 - Present Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
2013 - 2015 Member, Boston Bar Association
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Honors and Awards

  • Public Service Scholarship
  • Aviam Soifer Award for Public Service Achievement & Leadership
  • Public Interest Designation
  • Pro Bono Certificate Recipient


  • Immigration Practice
  • Immigration Clinic Seminar
  • Refugee and Asylum Law Seminar


2012 J.D., Boston College Law School
2007 B.A., International Relations & Political Science, University of California, Davis

Contact Information

Phone: 479-575-5615