Category: Faculty News

  • Head shot of David Anderson wearing a blue blazer and an off-white button-down shirt
    The faculty member and alumnus will be recognized by the AALS in January.
  • Portraits of Calvin Johnson, Bob Bone, and Scott McCown.
    A look at the careers of Calvin Johnson, Bob Bone, and Scott McCown.
  • Portrait of Steve Vladeck and book cover of The Shadow Docket
    Prof. Stephen Vladeck discusses his new book on the nation’s highest court, current work, and future plans.
  • 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.
  • Kristin Hickman, Jamein Cunningham, and Joshua Sellers
    Jamein Cunningham, Kristin Hickman, and Joshua Sellers are renowned for their teaching and scholarly rigor, with expertise in topics including administrative law, tax, civil rights, elections, and criminal justice.
  • 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.
  • Portraits of two women smilling
    The Zoom webinar, led by Prof. Tara Grove and moderated by Associate Dean Melissa Wasserman, will take place July 6 at 12 p.m. and is open to all.
  • portrait of George E. Dix
    On the faculty from 1972 to his retirement in 2018, Dix taught criminal law and criminal procedure and was a prolific author of many leading textbooks, articles, and treatises.
  • Minister Marlene Malahoo Forte and Professor Richard Albert
    Albert will be helping Jamaica in its transition from a constitutional monarchy to a republic as a member of the country's Constitution Reform Committee.
  • Sir Basil Markesinis, former Jamail Regents Professor at the School of Law, has passed away at the age of 78. Basil Markesinis was born in Athens. He was educated at the University of Cambridge and taught there afterwards, as well as at Michigan, Cornell, and many other universities in addition to Texas. His scholarship was […]
  • Prof. Lynn Baker stands behind a podium wearing a black shirt underneath a red leather jacket.
    Multidistrict litigation, the increasingly common practice of transferring related civil actions that start out in diverse federal courts to a single judge for coordinated pre-trial development, has been making eye-popping headlines with billion-dollar settlements and proceedings involving hundreds of thousands of claims. Some of the best known of the recent proceedings, which are commonly referred […]
  • David Rabban headshot
    Longtime Texas Law faculty member David Rabban has been selected to deliver the highly prestigious Hugo L. Black Lecture on Freedom of Expression at Wesleyan University this March 30. The lecture will be presented at Wesleyan’s Allbritton Center for the Study of Public Life and will be moderated by Demetrius Eudell, Wesleyan’s Dean of the […]