Robyn Lindenberg

Women’s History at Texas Law 2020

As this year’s Women’s History Month comes to an end, we reflect on the remarkable women who shaped and continue to shape Texas Law. Check out this presentation to learn about and celebrate just a few of our many accomplished alumnae and students who continue to raise the bar for excellence in the legal world […]

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Black History Month 2020

During Black History Month we are recognizing excellence and the pioneering spirit of Texas Law alumni who changed the world and made history. Read on to meet some of the first African-American graduates of Texas Law. You can learn about their lives and accomplishments in more detail here.   The case of Sweatt v. Painter […]

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Lawyers in Love 2020

Texas Law didn’t just give these couples a world-class legal education- it gave them their families! Happy Valentine’s Day from Texas Law and from these lawyers in love! Did you meet your significant other at the Law School? Send your story to communications@law.utexas.edu! Ann Gill Howard & John Howard, Class of 1988 We met the […]

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🤘STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Annabeth Reeb ’20

For this edition of Texas Law’s Student Spotlight series, meet 3L Annabeth Reeb, who serves as Student Bar Association President! Q: How has serving as the Student Bar Association President impacted your experience in the Texas Law community? I am so incredibly thankful for this position. It has given me the opportunity to get to […]

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Justice Center Announces Chris Marshall Scholars

Texas Law is proud to share that the class of 2020 Chris Marshall Endowed Presidential Scholarships were awarded to four outstanding students. These scholarships are given annually to third-year students who have distinguished themselves academically and plan to remain in Texas after graduation to practice public service law in non-profit, government or legislative positions. We […]

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IN MEMORIAM: Prof. J. Leon Lebowitz

J. Leon Lebowitz, the brilliant and well-loved professor of law, passed away peacefully at home on January 11 at age 98. Professor Lebowitz became a member of the Texas Law faculty in 1956. For over four decades he educated and guided thousands of aspiring Texas lawyers on the Forty Acres. Though he formally retired as […]

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🤘STUDENT SPOTLIGHT: Dustin Farahnak ’20

Fans of Texas Law’s Instagram and Facebook accounts have already enjoyed getting to know some of our remarkable students through the new Student Spotlight series. Our students have much to say, and, in order to allow them more space than a social media caption, we are bringing the series here to the Texas Law News […]

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Dr. Teresa Lozano Long to Receive National Humanities Medal in White House Ceremony

Long-time friend to the Law School, Dr. Teresa Lozano Long will be honored during a White House ceremony on Thursday, November 21 with the National Humanities Medal. The National Humanities Medal, inaugurated in 1997, honors individuals or groups whose work has deepened the nation’s understanding of the humanities and broadened our citizens’ engagement with history, […]

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Classes Begin for New Academic Year

A new academic year is underway at Texas Law and we’ve welcomed 288 1Ls and 35 LLMs to The Forty Acres. To mark the occasion, we had cameras rolling during Orientation and have produced this brief video to mark today’s milestone. The video was sent this morning to all 24,000+ Texas Law alumni and shared […]

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