Notable Archives

This archive contains past stories and notable highlights relevant to diversity, equity, and inclusion at Texas Law.
Photo montage of Texas Law Alumni recognized during Black History Month

Black History Month: Our World-Changing Alumni

During Black History Month, we are recognizing the excellence and achievements of Texas Law alumni who are impacting society today in Texas and beyond! Read on to learn more about some of our remarkable alumni who started here and are changing the world.

Published February 24, 2021
Cover graphic of Katrina Bradford coloring book

Gloria Katrina Bradford Educational Coloring Book

A coloring book celebrating the life of Texas legal pioneer Gloria Bradford shares Gloria’s experiences as a student on the newly integrated UT Law School campus and the early years of her career. Born in 1930 in Houston, Gloria was the first African American woman to graduate from the University of Texas School of Law.

Published February 25, 2021
Headshot: Bill Mahomes, Jr.

Bill Mahomes, Jr. Reappointed

Bill Mahomes, Jr. (’72) was recently reappointed to the Texas A&M University System Board of Regents by the governor for a six-year term.

Published April 15, 2021
Headshots: Keegan Warren-Clem and Kassandra Gonzalez

Supreme Court Clinic Teams Up with Alumni

The Supreme Court Clinic partnered with alumni Keegan Warren-Clem (’12) and Kassandra Gonzalez (’19) as co-counsel representing the TLSC MLPs as amici curiae.

Published April 7, 2021
Headshot: Tracy McCormack

Alumni News

Professor Tracy McCormack ('86), the longtime director of Texas Law’s award-winning Advocacy Programs, is now using her skills as a volunteer for the National Institute for Trial Advocacy, teaching judges and prosecutors in several African countries.

Published April 12, 2021