Alumni Focus

A Natural Evolution

Scott Dahl, ’88, is the new inspector general at the Smithsonian Institution, whose collections—and zoo!—he has loved since he was a child.

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An Open Mind

Allison Lerner, ’89, inspector general for the National Science Foundation, has found meaning in a legal career that’s taken her from Washington, D.C., to Antarctica and back.

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Full Circle

Oliver Luck, ’87, earned his JD while playing professional football with the Houston Oilers before going on to politics and a business career and finally returning to West Virginia to head its athletics department.

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Making the Case

As senior litigation counsel for Shell Oil, environmental lawyer Cisselon Nichols Hurd, ’91, works on cases that shape the future of industry.

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Bravo del Norte

David Hall, ’69, executive director of Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, turned his youthful passion for helping the poor into a distinguished and influential public-interest legal career.

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Over There

Dan Mangis’s career as a Foreign Service officer has taken him far from Austin to Baghdad’s Green Zone.

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Woman of the Year

Lulu Flores, ’80, was recently named National Latina Lawyer of the Year by the Hispanic National Bar Association, a new height in a career defined by public service.

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A Supreme Opportunity

Scott Keller, ’07, is the latest Law School alumnus to clerk on the Supreme Court, under Justice Anthony Kennedy.

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A Passion for Policy

Julia Massimino, ’99, followed her interest in legislative lawyering to a position as chief of staff for California congressman Howard Berman.

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Father T.J. Martinez, '96
A Different Path

As president of Cristo Rey Jesuit, the Rev. TJ Martinez, ’96, prepares underprivileged children for a better future

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