Tim Davis (right), visited the Department on December 4, 2013, as the second returning grad in our new “There and Back Again: A Grad’s Tale” speakers’ series. Tim graduated from UA in 2006, taught high school Spanish for two years, before returning to UA for law school. He is now practicing law, with an emphasis in civil litigation, in St. Clair County, AL. Continue reading
Tim Davis earned his B.A. in Religious Studies and Spanish in 2006. He went on to earn his J.D. at UA’s School of Law. He is now practices law, with an emphasis in civil litigation, in St. Clair County, AL. Tim wrote this piece for new REL students shortly before graduating.
As an entering freshman at The University of Alabama I knew that my older sister, a junior at the time, was a Religious Studies major but I had no clue as to what she studied. Because she told me that she had taken courses in Tibetan Buddhism and the Hebrew Bible, I assumed that Religious Studies majors did all of their coursework studying descriptive information about the different religions that are found throughout the world. Continue reading