Prof. Michele Deitch, a Senior Lecturer at the School of Law and the LBJ School, serves as Chair of the Travis County Sheriff’s Advisory Committee on the Women’s Jail. Her work is now the subject of an extensive, thoughtful profile in the Washington Post Magazine by Houston Chronicle criminal justice reporter and former inmate, Keri Blakinger.
A look back at a moment in history when Dean Page Keeton had to stick up for academic freedom for the Texas Law Review.
The John Robertson Alcove, created in memory of the longtime and beloved professor, is now open on the fifth floor of Jones Hall.
Arleas Upton Kea ’82, the Chief Operating Officer of the FDIC in Washington, D.C., and the Immediate Past President of the Law Alumni Association, has just authored a powerful essay for American Banker magazine’s online platform.
The Texas International Law Journal (TILJ) ranked fourth in the world on this year's Washington & Lee Journal Rankings for international law, moving up 12 spots from the previous year.