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Leonard M Baynes
Leonard M. Baynes

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Renee KnakeWith Congress once again unable to pass a balanced budget amendment, Texas is among many states calling for a constitutional convention. Professor Renee Knake teaches constitutional law and explains why lawmakers across the country are considering this unusual move. more...

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University of Houston Law Center alumnus Shannon Quadros ‘10UH Law Center alum Quadros '10 named partner at Houston-based law firm more...

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University of Houston Law Center student Kevin Locke.National organization taps UH Law Center student Kevin Locke for leadership role more…

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