Prof. Jeffrey Abramson, a nationally recognized expert on juries and the jury system, took to the opinion pages of the March 15 Dallas Morning News to react to the recent Supreme Court ruling in Pena-Rodriguez v. Colorado.
Prof. Charles Silver published a a new opinion piece in the March 3 Dallas News, the online platform of the Dallas Morning News. In it, he tackles the real reasons prescription drugs cost so much in America: patents and monopolies.
Andrew Jackson "Jack" Pope, a member of the Texas Law Class of 1937, passed away on Saturday, February 25, 2017. He spent over two decades on the Texas Supreme Court and was Chief Justice from 1982 to 1985.
Prof. Angela Littwin, reacting to a spate of news stories out of Washington confirming that two of Texas' most powerful elected officials are sharpening their knives for the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, has penned a forceful new op-ed defending that agency and explaining all the good it does for Texans and, indeed, all Americans.
A team from Texas Law spent Friday in Dallas taking on regional competition at the 2017 Transactional LawMeet. They won Best Draft and Best Seller and now advance to the National finals at the end of March.