Every year since 1998, alumni and their families look forward to Eduardo Rodriguez’s tailgate and delicious BBQ. It’s not just the hundreds of pounds of chicken, beef, quail, and sausage that attract attendees. It’s the sense of community and care that Rodriguez, with his family and friends, inspires. Learn more about Rodriguez and how Texas […]
Fried Frank, a New York-based law firm with offices in Washington, D.C., London, Paris, and Frankfurt, has awarded Texas Law graduate Daniel Hatoum, ’16, its 2017 Civil Rights Fellowship. Hatoum will work for two years in New York as a Fried Frank litigator and then two years as a staff attorney with the Mexican-American Legal […]
Six of Texas Law’s most accomplished and illustrious alumni are being honored this October by the Texas Law Alumni Association and Dean Ward Farnsworth. Legendary Austin lawyer and civic leader Frank Denius ’49 will receive the Association’s Award for Lifetime Achievement. Houston-based JoAnn Lee ’83, an Assistant General Counsel for Exxon Mobil, will be honored as Outstanding […]
In a unanimous vote (97-0), the U.S. Senate confirmed in May loyal Longhorn Gregg Costa, ’99, to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit. The second youngest judge currently serving on a federal court of appeals bench, Costa brings unique perspective to his new role.
When Bowers, ’91, said “I’m wearing jeans right now” during a Monday morning call from her corporate office, it personified her No. 1 priority as the new CEO of CST Brands — she wants to create an environment that prioritizes company morale, and build a robust retail culture.
Darren Walker, ’86, attributes his journey into the world of philanthropy to serendipity, but with years of hard work and dedication, Walker has proven that drive, determination and passion for public service can, and will, carry you to a career at the top.