Reception

 Rededicating Engravings
From The 1742 Atlas Coelestis

In Memory Of  
Professor Emeritus Stephen Zamora
 Thursday, October 19, 2017

10:30 a.m. | UH Law Center, John O'Quinn Law Library
Visitor parking available in the UH Campus Welcome Center Garage

Please join us for a champagne toast and light bites to commemorate the occasion and celebrate Professor Emeritus Zamora's legacy as Dean.

These ten copperplate engravings from the the 1742 Atlas Coelestis were donated to the Law Center in 1998 by Jan and Suzanne Baker as a result of discussions with then Dean Zamora, who determined that the plates should be hung in the Law Center Library.  Accordingly, the plates are being rededicated in his memory and in recognition of his many contributions to the Law Center.

 The Atlas Coelestis is a famous collection of astronomical charts by Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr a prominent eighteenth century astronomer, mathematician, and cartographer.

R.S.V.P. by Wednesday, October 18th
to 713.743.2107 or online at www.law.uh.edu/alumni/rsvp/

 


Professor Emeritus Stephen Zamora
joined the Law Center faculty in 1978, and served as the Law Center's dean from 1995 to 2000. He founded and continued to direct the Center for U.S. and Mexican Law at the law school, served as director of the North American Consortium on Legal Education, and as an adviser to the Houston Journal of International Law. He retired in November 2014 from the classroom where he taught courses on International Business Transactions, International Trade, NAFTA and others.