Faculty News

Rabban honored with dual fellowships 

Texas Law Prof. David Rabban is wrapping up an extraordinary year in which he was honored with two of the most prestigious fellowships for academics and leading thinkers in the country. Rabban, the Jamail Regents Chair at the School of Law, is the recipient of both a Guggenheim Fellowship, and of a fellowship from the […]

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Admiralitas: An Interview with Michael Sturley

The current issue of the Federal Bar Association’s Admiralty Law eNewsletter — Admiralitas — turns its “Member Spotlight” on Texas Law Prof. Michael F. Sturley. Prof. Sturley is a founding member of the Admiralty Section of the FBA, as well as one of the directors on the Board of Directors. The interview below, reprinted with permission, covers Prof. […]

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Michele Deitch: Research Says “Raise the Age”

The following article was published by The LBJ School of Public Affairs, with whom the law school shares several faculty members and research projects, a dual-degree program, and the interdisciplinary Robert Strauss Center. It covers the remarkable research conducted by Prof. Michele Deitch, a senior lecturer at the law school and a Soros Senior Justice […]

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Prof. Richard Albert to Join Texas Law Faculty From Boston College

Professor Richard Albert of Boston College has accepted an offer to join Texas Law in January 2018.  Prof. Albert will be teaching a 1L Constitutional Law section, among other courses. His scholarship focuses on constitutional amendment in comparative, doctrinal, historical and theoretical perspectives. He is currently completing a book on constitutional amendment, to be published by Oxford University Press. […]

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Bob Peroni Honored With John Minor Wisdom Award

A major article by Prof. Bob Peroni in last November’s Tulane Law Review was awarded the John Minor Wisdom Award for Academic Excellence in Legal Scholarship. The award is given annually to the authors of the best lead article in the current volume of the Review. Prof. Peroni shares the honor with his two co-authors, J. Clifton […]

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Karen Engle’s “Anti-Impunity and the Human Rights Agenda”: From Conference to Book

Karen Engle, the Minerva House Drysdale Regents Chair in Law and Founder and Co-director of the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice—and, for the 2016-17 academic year, the Deborah Lunder and Alan Ezekiel Founders’ Circle member at the Institute for Advanced Study at Princeton—is the primary editor of an important new book, “Anti-Impunity […]

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Barbara Bintliff Delivers Commencement Address to Kuwait International Law School

On Thursday, February 9, 2017, Professor Barbara Bintliff gave the commencement address at the annual graduation ceremony of Kuwait International Law School (KILAW) in Doha-Kuwait City, Kuwait. Approximately 2,000 family members and friends gathered to watch 295 students receive their LL.B. degrees and 15 receive LL.M. degrees. The event was under the sponsorship of His […]

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Bookfest: Celebrating Jordan Steiker’s Newest Publication

The law school is taking an afternoon this week to celebrate Prof. Jordan Steiker, along with his sister and co-author, Harvard Law School Prof. Carol Steiker, and their new book, Courting Death: The Supreme Court and Capital Punishment. A gala barbeque lunch (with veggie options) will be held this Friday, with special guests David Sklansky, of […]

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