Our Faculty Texas Law
A law school’s greatness begins with its faculty. Texas Law has one of the most talented and honored faculties in the nation, with 27 members of the American Law Institute and six members of the University of Texas’ prestigious Academy of Distinguished Teachers.
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(Just Now) Criminal law aspects are addressed within the role of protective orders, prosecution, and defense (including self-defense for victims and ethical representation of batterers). We next view how civil family law recognizes domestic violence in custody, divorce, visitation, and child protection matters.
Faculty Beck Center Texas Law
(1 days ago) Ed Dawson teaches legal research and writing. Before joining the legal writing faculty in 2020, Ed was an assistant and then associate professor at Southern Illinois University School of Law, where he taught civil rights, constitutional law, criminal procedure, federal courts, and legislation.
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Tarlton Law Library
(2 days ago) Robert Linn Lawrence (1851—1921) was born into a prominent legal family, in Sparta, New Jersey. He graduated from Princeton College in 1873, read law with Thomas Anderson, of Newton, and was admitted to the New Jersey Bar in 1876. He soon had a prosperous legal practice and wrote a number of articles. Editing the Criminal Law Magazine first
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(Just Now) Lee received her J.D. from Rutgers University School of Law, where she was a Senior Editor of the Rutgers Law Record. Ms. Lee served on Asian American Bar Association of New York’s Board of Directors from 2010 to 2016 and as its President in 2012.
Reconciling Offspring and Maternal Interests During
(Just Now) Full Citation. John A. Robertson, Reconciling Offspring and Maternal Interests During Pregnancy, in Reproductive Laws for the 1990s 259 (Sherrill Cohen & Nadine Taub eds.; Clifton, NJ: Humana Press, 1989). Details Publication Date 1989 Periodical Reproductive Laws for the 1990s Page 259. Log In. Contact Texas Law
Corporate Summer 2015 & Postgraduate
(6 days ago) Below is a list of corporate summer 2015 clerkship and postgraduate opportunities that are not featured on the CSO Job Bank. Please note that some may be eligible for course credit. Interstate Batteries (Dallas, TX) is seeking a summer 2015 legal intern. Shell (Houston, TX) is seeking a summer 2015 law clerk. Tesoro (San Antonio, […]
Law School Foundation About Texas Law
(1 days ago) Law School Foundation. The University of Texas Law School Foundation was established in 1952. It is an educational foundation, the sole purpose of which is to support The University of Texas School of Law. The Law School Foundation manages many of the endowments and privately-sponsored funds that support the Law School.
Equity and Inclusion Texas Law
(4 days ago) At Texas Law, we are committed to fostering an academic and professional community that values diversity, multiculturalism, inclusion, and equity. On this page, we aim to provide our students, faculty, and staff with extensive resources related to diversity, equity, access and inclusion. Resources.
Meet the Class of 2024 Texas Law News Texas Law
(2 days ago) Texas Law welcomes the Class of 2024 as its newest cohort of future leaders in law, business, and public service! This group of resilient students, bringing together a wide range of ages, backgrounds, and interests, is ready to make their mark on the world. For the first time in Texas Law history, there are more […]
Scholarship Opportunities Master of Laws (LL.M.) Texas Law
(4 days ago) Law school students for the current academic year are eligible to receive scholarships. The scholarship can only be used in connection with a degree program sponsored by a law school which is a Member of the Energy & Mineral Law Foundation. Law students must demonstrate an interest in the study of natural resources, energy or mineral law.
Amending America’s Unwritten Constitution
(7 days ago) Amanda Shanor. Amanda Shanor is an Assistant Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Her scholarship focuses on constitutional law, particularly the First Amendment and economic ordering. Shanor is a graduate of Yale Law School and Yale College, and a …
The Juris Doctor Program
(8 days ago) The Juris Doctor Program. Our academic program. The three-year academic program at Texas Law is intense and transformative. The first year is spent on the study of foundational topics in our legal system, such as constitutional law and civil procedure, that are essential for every lawyer to master.
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(6 days ago) Law School 101: Exam Prep and Taking In our last 101 session of the semester, we'll focus on how to prepare for exams. Keeping in mind that your study methods can/will change based on the course and professor, we'll discuss study strategies and how to approach preparing for exams.
Student Bar Association Student Affairs Texas Law
(7 days ago) The Student Bar Association (SBA) is the student government at the Texas Law. All law students are members of the SBA and elect the members of the SBA Board of Governors. The Board acts as a liaison between the student body, the law school administration, and the U. of Texas student government and administration. The […]
Law Firm Careers Career Services Texas Law
(6 days ago) Law Firm Careers. A majority of Texas Law graduates began their careers in private practice, going to work for large, midsize, and small private firms. Private practice encompasses many areas of law and includes virtually every area of the law.
Tarlton Law Library: Texas Legislative History Research
(9 days ago) Once you've located the session law chapter, you will find the bill number via the Legislative Reference Library's Legislative Archive System or by looking at the text of the Act itself. The bill number is included directly under the chapter number on the first page. A bill number is the citation a piece of legislation had as it worked its way
D Theodore Rave Faculty Texas Law
(6 days ago) He began his academic career as a Furman Fellow at New York University School of Law. Before joining the Texas faculty in 2021, he was the George A. Butler Research Professor at the University of Houston Law Center, where he received the university-wide Teaching Excellence Award in 2018. In fall 2020, he was the Austin Wakeman Scott Visiting
Mission About Texas Law
(7 days ago) The University of Texas School of Law is dedicated to the professional training of future lawyers, to the deeper understanding of law and legal institutions, and to the improved administration of justice. Texas Law seeks to advance these objectives through excellence in teaching, scholarship, and public service. Learning Outcomes Texas Law has established learning outcomes […]
John Sutton Society Student Affairs Texas Law
(6 days ago) John Sutton Society. John Sutton (1918-2013) graduated from the University of Texas School of Law in 1941 with honors. He became an associate with the San Antonio firm Brooks, Napier, Brown and Matthews. In March 1942, Sutton left the practice and joined the Federal Bureau of Investigation as a …
Tracy W McCormack Faculty Texas Law
(8 days ago) Biography. Tracy Walters McCormack is a lecturer and Director of Advocacy at The University of Texas School of Law. Professor McCormack practiced as a trial lawyer for 14 years in Austin before joining the faculty full time in 2000. She spent most of her time in private practice with the firms of Akin, Gump, Strauss, Hauer & Feld and Clark
Celebrating Black History Month and Our World
(4 days ago) She was the recipient of Texas Law’s 2018 Outstanding Alumna Award and serves on the board of directors for the YWCA USA, United Way of Metropolitan Dallas, and the University of Texas Law School Foundation. Ronald Kirk was the 57th Mayor of Dallas from 1995-2002, the first African American to hold that office. Prior to that, from 1994 to
Six Graduates Awarded Postgraduate Public
(2 days ago) Texas Law has awarded postgraduate public interest fellowships to four graduating students. Each fellow will receive funding through the law school to support their first year of employment at a nonprofit or public defense organization. A graduating student and a member of the class of 2020 also have been selected for postgraduate fellowships by the […]
Career Services — October 17, 2021–October 30, 2021
(6 days ago) Monday October. 25 Today. 9:00am. 2021-10-25T10:00-05:00. Ace Your Legal Interviews | Virtual. Open to 1Ls. Please RSVP by Sunday, October 24, on Symplicity. The Zoom link will be sent before the event. Join us for this interactive workshop designed to prepare you to ace your upcoming legal …
Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month and
(4 days ago) Vianei Lopez Braun heads the labor and employment law group for Decker Jones, P.C. and serves as the firm’s Chief Development Officer. She is a frequent author and speaker on employment law issues. She is also a member of the Board of Directors of …
Lucille D Wood Faculty Texas Law
(5 days ago) Professor Wood teaches in the fields of disability law and nonprofit law. She is the founder and director of the INCLUDE Disability Law Project at Texas Law, which allows students interested in disability law to build practical lawyering skills through the provision of direct legal services to …
Chancellors Texas Law News Texas Law
(4 days ago) The Law School congratulates the members of the Class of 2013 who have been admitted to Chancellors, the Law School’s most prestigious honor society. Since 1912, Chancellors has recognized the law students who have achieved the highest grade point averages in their class through their second year of school.
LS4BL x ACS ‘Alternative Curriculum’ Discussion 1: Con Law
(7 days ago) LS4BL x ACS ‘Alternative Curriculum’ Discussion 1: Con Law. LS4BL x ACS's Alternative Curriculum Series are hour-long discussions attempting to integrate principles of racial justice into the 1L core curriculum. The discussions seek not only to shed light on the extent of the permeation of racial inequalities in every aspect of the law, but
Class Notes Page 2 Alumni & Giving Texas Law
(9 days ago) After law school, Keel practiced commercial litigation for 13 years with Baker Botts LLP, where he was a partner in the firm’s trial department and hiring partner for the firm’s Austin office. Read More. Patrick Henry “Harry” Swearingen, Jr. Class of 1950. July 1, 2021.
Susan R Klein Faculty Texas Law
(5 days ago) Biography. Susan Riva Klein is the Alice McKean Young Regents Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law. Upon graduation from Boalt Hall School of Law second in her class, she clerked for Judge Cynthia H. Hall on the Ninth Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals and spent four years as a federal criminal prosecutor with the U.S. Dept. of Justice through the Attorney General's Honor Program.
Class Notes Alumni & Giving Texas Law
(2 days ago) Kenneth “Ken” Hawari passed away on Aug. 22, 2021 at the age of 62 in Houston, Texas. He was a double Longhorn and worked 17 years for Hughes and Luce Law Firm, in Dallas, Texas, where he had become a partner. He became in-house counsel for ANS Medical Device in Plano, Texas, and later served as board director for private companies.
Alumni Master of Laws (LL.M.) Texas Law
(5 days ago) Alumni Scholarships. The University of Texas School of Law champions ideas and programs that have the power to change the world. The LL.M. Program helps us maintain our status as a world-class law school and is an opportunity for your immediate investment in The University of Texas School of Law.