A DACA Recipient And A Legal Scholar Say SCOTUS Decision A Victory For Dreamers, But Also Temporary
Marketplace: Will more renters be evicted now that bans are lifting?
The Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic at The University of Texas School of Law has launched a new website that tracks policies adopted by the federal government, State of Texas, and local jurisdictions to help Texas residents stay in their homes during the COVID-19 pandemic and accompanying financial crisis. The site covers renter protections, foreclosure […]
April 2020: The Clinic along with attorneys from Texas RioGrande Legal Aid represented six women who are medically vulnerable due to their age and medical conditions in a lawsuit against U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, seeking release from a civil immigration detention facility in El Paso that had several confirmed cases of COVID-19. The women […]
Texas Tribune: Texas halted evictions, giving renters some relief. But what happens when the moratorium ends?
Houston Chronicle: Opinion: Rent is due. Texas must do more to protect tenants during the COVID-19 crisis
The Entrepreneurship and Community Development Clinic was an awesome experience. It allowed me to develop practical lawyering skills and put into practice a lot of the knowledge I’ve gained from my legal education. I was able to counsel a client on intellectual property, contract, and entity formation matters as well as assist a family in an […]
The Supreme Court Clinic is one of the most unique and fulfilling experiences Texas Law offers. Not only do you work with some of your brightest peers, but you are led by three brilliant professors who immerse themselves as part of the team, putting in just as much work as you do (if not more). […]
The Criminal Defense Clinic is my best law-school experience. I say that for so many reasons. The experience that you get in the Clinic is unparalleled, especially for someone who wants to pursue public defense as a career. My first semester in the clinic prepared me for a summer in a public defender’s office. I […]