Christopher Roberts

IN MEMORIAM: Richard Page Keeton ’63

Richard Page Keeton ’63, the well-known and much-loved Houston attorney and the son of longtime School of Law Dean Page Keeton, passed away on April 20 at age 81. The news was announced by his son, John Keeton. Richard Keeton was a double Longhorn, receiving his B.A. in 1959. That year, he was the star […]

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Dr. Melynda Price ’02 Named Gaines Center Director

Congratulations are due to Dr. Melynda Price ’02 on her historic appointment to the directorship of the John R. Gaines Center for the Humanities at the University of Kentucky. Dr. Price becomes the first woman and the first African American to lead the center. In addition to her J.D. from Texas Law, the ninth-generation Houstonian […]

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IN MEMORIAM: Wales H. Madden, Jr. ’52

Wales H Madden ’52, a Senior Life Trustee of the University of Texas Law School Foundation as well as a former President of the Texas Exes and a former U.T. System Regent, passed away on Christmas Eve. He was 91 years old. Madden was a renowned business and civic leader in his native Amarillo, a […]

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Addison ’76 Appointed to KPMG U.S. Board of Directors

Law School Foundation Trustee Linda L. Addison ’76 has been appointed to the U.S. Board of Directors of KPMG, LLP, the audit, tax, and advisory firm. She will serve as one of the board’s two independent directors. Addison, who is the immediate past U.S. Managing Partner of Norton Rose Fulbright, has long been a highly […]

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Dickerson: The Cost of Emergency Evacuation

Texans watching the news of Hurricane Florence making landfall in the Carolinas can be forgiven for experiencing a severe case of déjà vu. It was just over a year ago that Texans saw themselves in those news stories, and were faced with similar challenges of preparing for a natural disaster. Many of the stories, both today […]

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