Category: Clinic News

  • Students in the Law & Religion clinic pose outside the law school.
    Law and Religion Clinic students act as practitioners representing individuals and groups of all faiths.
  • Six students
    Students devote time to assist immigrants and asylum-seekers.
  • Erin Gaines stands outside the Connally Center for Justice
    Erin Gaines ’13 brings a wealth of experience to her new role as clinical professor.
  • Woman standing next to window with scales of justice in background.
    Arielle Allen 3L won protection and obtained comprehensive relief for her client, a Texas school student.
  • Portrait of Thea Posel
    Posel, who teaches in the Capital Punishment Clinic and serves as the dual degree advisor, enjoys a joint appointment with the Steve Hicks School of Social Work.
  • Portraits of Vasu Behara, René Gaitan, and Nicole Simmons
    Judge Vasu Behara ’05 and Professors René Gaitan and Nicole Simmons ’07 will support students in our clinical and internship programs.
  • Kelly Haragan and Frances Leos Martinez portrait
    Kelly Haragan ’95 and Frances Leos Martinez, long-time clinical faculty members, will now lead Texas Law’s acclaimed program, the home of 17 clinics and 8 internship offerings.
  • Kensy's unique path has included military service, motherhood, and successful representation of her client working with Texas Law's Domestic Violence Clinic.
  • Jeana Lungwitz
    For victims of domestic violence, one of the most effective legal remedies is a protective order. A recent case handled by Texas Law’s Domestic Violence Clinic enabled a woman and her children to obtain an unusual lifetime protective order thanks to the efforts of 3L Emily Ogden and Daniela Castro, a senior in the Steve […]
  • Three students working
    It’s been more than a year since U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan, but vast numbers of Afghans forced to flee the country once the Taliban regained control are still seeking legal standing to make new lives for themselves in the United States. Of those who managed to make the 7,800-mile journey from Kabul to Texas, […]
  • Three students: Mary Jones, Nicole Shilling, and Brad Steel
    The Texas Law Disability Rights Clinic took its first case to trial this fall, walking away with a successful outcome on behalf of its client. 3Ls Mary Jones, Nicole Schilling, and Brad Steel represented a girl with autism, arguing that she had been denied a free, appropriate public education in her sixth-grade year. The three Texas Law […]
  • Alyse Munrose
    At Texas Law, students change the world through real-life learning opportunities. Recently, 3L Alyse Munrose – working through the Law School’s Children’s Rights Clinic and under the supervision of Lori Duke ’95 – successfully represented her clients in a five-day trial. The trial culminated nearly a year of working on behalf of siblings who had […]