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Rapoport Center for Human Rights Launches New Initiative

In the face of alarming headlines about income and wealth inequality and a growing gap between the “haves” and the “have nots,” Texas Law’s Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice has taken on the task of bridging the divide between human rights advocates and policy analysts.
William Sage

William Sage on the ACA: Hearts, Minds and Health Care Reform

Professor William Sage penned a thoughtful—and deeply personal—essay about his reaction to the Supreme Court's verdict in King v. Burwell, for the widely-read and widely-admired Health Affairs Blog. It was one of their most popular posts of the month.
Barbara Bintliff

Texas Law Welcomes the Uniform Law Commission Archives

One of the world’s most important legal archives now has a permanent home at one of the world’s premier law libraries. The archives of the Uniform Law Commission are now part of the permanent collection of Texas Law’s Tarlton Law Library, thanks to the library's director, Professor Barbara Bintliff.

Texas Law Students and Alumni Selected for Prestigious Fellowships

Texas Law students and alumni are off to a number of remarkable fellowships in 2015, including two of the nation’s most prestigious placements for new lawyers: the Fried Frank-MALDEF Fellowship, and the Gideon’s Promise Fellowship. Those highly coveted opportunities went to Alejandra Avila ’14, and Paul McDaniel ’15, respectively.

Mechele Dickerson Named to University’s Academy of Distinguished Teachers

Texas Law Professor Mechele Dickerson has been named to the 2015 University of Texas Academy of Distinguished Teachers. It is the highest honor the University bestows on tenured faculty members, recognizing those who, throughout their careers, have maintained significant contributions to education.

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