Author: Dale Whitaker

  • Barbara Bintliff headshot
    Barbara Bintliff, the Joseph C. Hutcheson Professor Emeritus in Law and former director of the Tarlton Law Library/Jamail Center for Legal Research, has been selected to receive the 2022 Marian Gould Gallagher Distinguished Service Award by the American Association of Law Libraries (AALL). Bintliff retired in January 2022 after more than a decade with Texas […]
  • Hendricks and Strother headshots
    Texas Law staff members, Sylvia Hendricks and Alissa Strother, were honored with Outstanding Staff Awards by The University of Texas at Austin President Jay Hartzell. The Outstanding Staff Awards Program honors and recognizes the invaluable contributions of eligible non-teaching employees whose outstanding dedication, competence, conscientious performance, excellent customer service, and ingenuity/innovation has had a significant […]
  • Advocate awards winners
    The Texas Law student Board of Advocates celebrated the year’s end with a recent banquet, recognizing officers and law students who excelled in advocacy. The Board of Advocates is a student-run honorary advocacy organization composed of the best student advocates at The University of Texas School of Law. Three major awards were presented to graduating […]
  • Six headshots of Moot Court team
    Texas Law students received honorable mention for two submissions at the 19th Willem C. Vis East International Commercial Arbitration Moot. The team was honored for both the Claimant’s Memo and the Respondent’s Memo, making Texas Law the only school receiving awards in two categories; two other U.S. law schools received recognition in one area. A […]
  • Elrod and Welch headshots
    The Texas Law team of Elizabeth Elrod (1L) and Paige Welch (2L) reached semifinals at the 2022 Giles Sutherland Rich (GSR) Moot Court national competition.  The annual event was held virtually for the third year in a row. This prestigious and rigorous competition is sponsored by the American Intellectual Property Law Association (AIPLA), the premier […]
  • Students who won Transactional Law Competition
    Texas Law students took top honors at the 2022 Interscholastic Transactional Law Competition hosted by Duke University School of Law on March 26. The team of Gwendelyn Butler (1L), Gaurav Mankotia (LLM) and Sri Vaisakhi Muddana (LLM) placed first in the “sellers” category of the overall competition; an overall award was also given for buyers. […]
  • TLR group at banquet
    In honor of the 100th anniversary of the prestigious Texas Law Review (TLR), more than 900 TLR students, alumni, and friends gathered to celebrate at the Centennial Year Banquet. Students and alumni joined in an evening of camaraderie and celebration on March 26, 2022, with all 63 classes since 1961 represented, as well as the Class […]
  • Benedict & Badore at Admiralty Moot Court Competition
    Texas Law students Zachary Badore (2L) and Anna Kate Benedict (1L) reached the final round and were awarded “Best Brief” at the 29th Annual Judge John R. Brown Admiralty Moot Court Competition. The team of Mason Currah (3L) and Olivia Horton (2L) also represented Texas Law at the competition, which was co-hosted by Texas Law […]
  • Portrait of Prof. Lori Duke
    Professor Lori Duke ’95, Texas Law’s Co-Director of the Children’s Rights Clinic, was awarded the Fairy Davenport Rutland Award for Distinguished Service to Children and Families by The State Bar of Texas Child Abuse and Neglect Committee. To be considered for this award, candidates must have made a substantial contribution to the field of advocacy […]
  • Addison and Award with Chancelllor
    Texas Law Alumna Linda Addison ’76 has received the Shirley Bird Perry Longhorn Citizenship Award presented by the University of Texas Moody College of Communications Annette Strauss Institute for Civic Life. This annual award recognizes UT alumni, students, and employees for individual or collective acts that bring honor to the University community and positively impact […]
  • 2022-03 Women's History Month_portraits
    As we recognize Women’s History Month during March, we celebrate the outstanding achievements of several Texas Law alumnae whose careers have followed many different paths. This month we highlight 10 women in the legal profession who have had positive impacts in their various roles that include working at law firms, corporate settings, education, healthcare, government […]
  • Professor Elizabeth Sepper
    Texas Law professor Elizabeth Sepper has been honored with the 2022 McDonald-Merrill-Ketcham Memorial Lectureship and Award for Excellence presented by the Hall Center for Law and Health at the Indiana University Robert H. McKinney School of Law. This lectureship and award program brings leading scholars and policy makers in the fields of law and medicine […]