Texas Law’s Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice has launched a five-year initiative to study growing economic inequality and human rights.
Professor H.W. Perry was one of eleven faculty members from The University of Texas at Austin have been chosen to receive 2015 Regents' Outstanding Teaching Awards by the Board of Regents.
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 and Gideon's Promise Fellowships.
One of the world's most important legal archives now has a permanent home at one of the world's premier law libraries.
On March 21, 2010, my wife and I gathered our children in front of the television in our bedroom to hear the last arguments about the Affordable Care Act. My family knew that I had spent my entire professional life working toward that moment.
Texas Law Professor Mechele Dickerson has been named to the 2015 University of Texas Academy of Distinguished Teachers. The Academy recognizes tenured faculty members who, throughout their careers, have maintained significant contributions to education.