Law School Principles

School of Law Principles

If you believe a Texas Law employee to be an exceptional example of the values listed below, please recognize them with an Employee of the Month/Year Nomination.

Please select which principle(s) this nominee exemplifies the most:

  1. Supporting university practices, procedures and policies

    • Bringing about significant positive change in support of the University’s mission
    • Eliminating obstacles to achieving the University’s mission
  2. Innovation and proactive leadership

    • Utilizing highly effective practices to inspire and lead others to contribute constructively to the University’s mission
    • Proactively identifying and resolving challenges that interfere with School of Law activities to further the University’s mission
  3. Extraordinary service to community

    • Supporting the campus and/or the School of Law community in ways that exceed expectations and result in unexpected positive outcomes that support the university’s mission
  4. Leadership and cost-consciousness

    • Identifying improvements to policies, practices and/or program designs that result in substantial cost savings or financial gain to the University while supporting the University’s mission
  5. Building partnerships

    • Developing and utilizing strong, constructive, and productive relationships that enable the goals to be met in support of the University’s mission
    • Improving the School of Law’s morale through action(s) exceeding job expectations

To nominate someone for exemplifying one or more of the above principles, visit the Law School Staff Recognition page.

If you have any questions, please contact the Employee Recognition Program at