Isaac B. Villarreal ‘18, Texas Law’s first LL.M. to clerk for a federal court, has just received another clerkship with the Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman.
Professor Richard Albert has a new op-ed in The Hill arguing that the Constitution's gendered and racist language "weakens rather than enhances the feeling of belonging that a constitution should generate among a country’s citizens."
Recognizing that "in recent days… the arc of the coronavirus has changed," the deans of the ten Texas law schools have issued a new letter to the Texas Supreme Court and the Texas Board of Law Examiners "respectfully offer(ing) three alternatives" to this year's bar exam plans.
Ford Foundation President Darren Walker ’86—a double Longhorn, a two-time Law Alumni Award winner, and a Texas Exes Distinguished Alumnus Awardee—has a new New York Times op-ed arguing that, to preserve the American dream of upward mobility, the beneficiaries of an existentially flawed system must be willing to give up some of the benefits.
Six Texas Law alumni were honored by the Texas Bar Foundation for personifying the highest standards in the legal profession.