Tag: Summer 2009

  • More than fifty Texas counties have adopted a juvenile justice–policy plan designed by Hannah Miller, ’09
  • 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