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University of Miami School of Law Dean Varona encourages UH Law Center students to forge cross-diversity alliances

Oct. 28, 2020 – University of Miami School of Law Dean Anthony Varona discussed diversity and inclusion as a strength with University of Houston Law students in a talk last week titled, “Navigating the Legal Field as a Diverse Student.”



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Career Development Office provides primer on finding legal employment amidst pandemic

Oct. 27, 2020 - Recent alumni of the University of Houston Law Center learned about successful job search activities and strategies for securing post-graduate positions during the Career Development Office's presentation, “Recent Grad Training: Job Searching in the Era of COVID-19," on Oct. 12 held on Zoom.



Frankel Lecture keynote speaker Onwuachi-Willig describes cultural trauma caused by police brutality at Houston Law Review's 25th Annual Frankel Lecture

Oct. 23, 2020 - Boston University School of Law Dean and Professor Angela Onwuachi-Willig used the deaths of Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Tamir Rice and most recently Houston native George Floyd, as examples of how the legal system has normalized violence committed against the Black community by law enforcement officers.


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