Events

Five people honored at Alumni Awards 2022 Dinner
Law School Celebrates 2021-22 Alumni Award Winners with Spring Gala

The Texas Law Alumni Association presented its annual Alumni Awards at a gala ceremony on April 28, 2022 at the Four Seasons Hotel in downtown Austin, following a two-year pause due to the pandemic. Recognized at the event were David Beck ’65 for Lifetime Achievement, Karen Seymour ’86 as the Outstanding Alumna, and the Hon. […]

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Law School Kicks Off What Starts Here Campaign

The University of Texas at Austin launched its most ambitious capital campaign ever on March 4, 2022. As a part of a weekend series of events signaling the public phase of the University’s $6 billion What Starts Here campaign, the Law School celebrated its own kickoff to the campaign by hosting an inspiring look into […]

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The Honorable Brandy Mueller, Travis County Court at Law #6, with award recipient Noorulanne Jan, ‘21 and The Honorable Orlinda Naranjo standing in a courtroom
Noorulanne Jan ’21 Awarded Access to Justice Scholarship

The William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law hosted its annual “Color of Justice” program on Wednesday, February 5 in the Eidman Courtroom. There the National Association of Women Judges, co-sponsor of the program, awarded second-year Texas Law student Noorulanne Jan with the Access to Justice scholarship. The scholarship is awarded annually to a […]

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“The Federalist in the 21st Century” Conference Kicks Off

A three-day conference hosted by Texas Law Professor Sanford Levinson began last night in the Eidman Courtroom. “The Federalist in the 21st Century” gathers more than twenty of the nation’s leading constitutional scholars in Austin for a series of talks and panels inspired by—though not necessarily about—Levinson’s forthcoming book, “An Argument Open to All: Reading […]

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“A Noble Citizen” Examines the Life and Work of Frances “Sissy” Farenthold

The Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice at the University of Texas School of Law is pleased to announce its eleventh annual conference, to take place April 23-24, 2015. The conference is free and open to the public. Registration is strongly encouraged. The culmination of a three-year project on Sissy Farenthold funded by […]

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Rock, Paper, Gavel: Science Challenges for Law and Policy

We are pleased to announce that the Texas Law Review is hosting some of the nation’s top science and law scholars for a two-day symposium on the search for cross-cutting themes emerging at the intersection of science and law, with particular focus on issues arising in criminal justice, bioethics, and the environment. The symposium takes place on […]

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Civil Rights Summit, Presidents Leave Mark on Campus

The University of Texas at Austin was at the center of a national conversation on civil rights during the LBJ Presidential Library’s Civil Rights Summit April 8-10, 2014. The summit brought four U.S. presidents and a program full of civil rights leaders, scholars and activists to campus to commemorate the 50th anniversary of President Lyndon […]

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Civil Rights Summit Student Events April 8–10

The University of Texas School of Law and the LBJ School of Public Affairs will host a series of student-focused events to encourage dialogue around today’s civil rights issues at the center of the LBJ Presidential Library Civil Rights Summit, April 8-10. These events will be open to the UT Law and LBJ School communities […]

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Public Interest Scholar Douglas Laycock Lectures at UT Law March 27-28

The William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law at The University of Texas School of Law presents talks by Douglas Laycock, one of the nation’s leading constitutional law scholars, March 27 and 28 at the law school. Laycock is UT Law’s third G. Rollie White Public Interest Scholar in Residence. On Thursday, March 27, […]

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