Jordan Long is a third-year student at Texas Law. Prior to law school, he worked as legislative staff in the Texas House of Representatives. At UT Law, Jordan is a member of the Texas Law Review, the Texas Federalist Society, the Texas Review of Law & Politics, and the Texas Law Aggie Society. He also interned for the Hon. Jimmy Blacklock of the Supreme Court of Texas. Jordan is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where he earned dual degrees in history and political science. In his spare time, Jordan enjoys road trips, book collecting, and exploring Austin’s unique food and drink scene.
James Sutherland is a second-year student at Texas Law. He attended Grove City College as an undergraduate and graduated with a B.A. in Political Science, with a minor in Philosophy. He spent this summer working with Storzer & Associates, a boutique litigation firm which focuses on land use discrimination against religious minorities. He will be interning next summer in the Houston office of Vinson & Elkins. James also works as a Staff Editor for The Review of Litigation. In his free time, James enjoys reading, watching basketball, and listening to Bob Dylan.