More than fifty Texas counties have adopted a juvenile justice–policy plan designed by Hannah Miller, ’09
Tag: Summer 2009
The Capital Punishment Clinic enters its third decade of providing representation to indigent men and women facing the death penalty in Texas.
A Law School grant helps second-year law student Andrés Durá carry out original research on an 1813 execution for fraudulent bankruptcy in the United Kingdom
Law students organize legal clinics for Central Texas Veterans
In fall 2009, the Law School will launch the Center for Global Energy, International Arbitration, and Environmental Law to help create a new generation of lawyers and scholars to navigate the legal terrain between these three vital fields in a changing world.
Bryan Garner, ’84, founder and president of LawProse, Inc.
Kathryn Fuller, ’76, Ford Foundation Chair
Rodney Ellis, ’79, Texas State Senator