The Tarlton Law Library displays patent models, giving a glimpse into the inventions and copyright law of the past.
Tag: Winter 2009
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.
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.
The Law School has expanded its visiting scholars program to include a constitutional scholar who will teach and conduct research for one year.
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.
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.
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.