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  • Kathryn Fuller, ’76, Ford Foundation Chair
  • Rodney Ellis, ’79, Texas State Senator
  • The Tarlton Law Library displays patent models, giving a glimpse into the inventions and copyright law of the past.
  • Centenarian Jack Borden, ’36, continues to practice law in his home town.
  • U.S. Magistrate Judge Diana Saldaña, ’97, first envisioned a legal career while traveling the country with her family as a migrant worker.
  • UT Law Seize the Day
    Through a generous gift by Jim Perkins, ’63, the Law School will offer two fellowships to qualifying graduates this year to work in East Texas.
  • UT Law Seize the Day
    The Law School has expanded its visiting scholars program to include a constitutional scholar who will teach and conduct research for one year.
  • UT Law Seize the Day
    With a gift of $ 300,000, Ed Knight, ’76, has established the Edward S. Knight Professorship in Law, Innovation, and Entrepreneurialism, which will be used to support the scholarly research of a member of the faculty at the intersection of law and capital markets.
  • UT Law Seize the Day
    Seven women have recently signed on as founders of the Law School’s Center for Women in Law, with each making a gift to the Center’s work of $50,000.
  • David J. Beck, '65
    A generous gift from David J. Beck, ’65, establishes David J. Beck Center for Advocacy and allows the Law School to make its legal writing program stronger
  • Six Law School students collaborate with Columbia Law School students on the National Black Law Journal
  • The Immigration Clinic’s work proved instrumental in the decision to end imprisonment of immigrant families at an Austin-area detention center.