Shundra Nicole Crumpton of Pine Bluff will graduate from law school at Vanderbilt University at Nashville, Tennessee, Friday, May 11.

She will receive a Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) degree and join the litigation group at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings at Nashville, according to a news release.

Crumpton was a 2011 Pine Bluff High School graduate, where she was valedictorian. She is the daughter of Shunn and Linda Love Crumpton of Pine Bluff and granddaughter of Eliza Love of McGehee.

Crumpton is a Vanderbilt Law Dean’s Scholar, Mary Polk Green Scholar, Minority Corporate Counsel LMJ Scholar, and three time Senator Avon N. Williams Jr. and Honorable Robert Lillard Scholar.

She is also a member of Phi Delta Phi Legal Honor Society and a 2018 Ms. J.D. Writer in Residence. During law school, Crumpton served on the board of Students for Innocence and Prisoner’s Rights, Legal Aid Society, Re-Entry Entrepreneurial Program, and the Black Law Students Association.

She was also a 2017 Bass, Berry, & Sims Moot Court Competition Octo-finalist and an inaugural student attorney of the Turner Family Community Enterprise Clinic, according to the release.