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December 2013

UHLC debuts ‘Choose Houston Law’ video

Choose Houston LawThe University of Houston Law Center has just released its latest video for prospective law students called ‘Choose Houston Law.’ more...

Perry names former regent, Nandita Berry ’95, Secretary of State

Nandita BerryGov. Rick Perry on Thursday appointed Nandita Berry, Law Center graduate and former University of Houston System regent, as the 109th Texas Secretary of State effective Jan. 7. more...

Prof Willis co-hosts reception honoring judges 

Houston Bar AssociationMore than 300 members of the Harris County bench and bar gathered Wednesday night to celebrate the season and recognize federal, state and county court at law judges at the Houston Bar Association’s 19th annual Holiday Reception Honoring the Judiciary. more...

Holiday Cheer! 

2013 The Annual Holiday CoffeeAlumni, faculty, staff and supporters of the University of Law Center gathered Saturday to renew acquaintances and celebrate the spirit of the season during the annual Holiday Party hosted by Interim Dean Richard M. Alderman. more...

US-Mexico Center at UHLC makes progress in bi-national relations  

Stephen ZamoraThe Center for U.S. and Mexico Law at the University of Houston Law Center has made great strides since its founding 18 months ago, undertaking two major research projects, conducting timely briefings on important international events, and fostering internships and graduate studies. more...

A.A. White Center hosts family arbitration seminar at UHLC

Jeff KilgoreFamily law experts and practitioners will conduct a CLE seminar Friday on family arbitration sponsored by the A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center at the University of Houston Law Center. more...

November 2013

Judge stresses human factors in federal sentencing reform at UHLC conference

Hon. William K. SessionsThe Hon. William K. Sessions III opened a recent University of Houston Law Center symposium on federal sentencing guidelines arguing for greater emphasis on human characteristics, discretion, and flexibility for judges within the guideline structure. more...

16 moot court teams will vie for national championship

Moot CourtUH Law Center’s Blakely Advocacy Institute and Andrews Kurth sponsor sixth annual tournament more...

UHLC alums tell students space law is a vibrant specialty as many legal frontiers lie ahead

AlumsTwo University of Houston Law Center alums whose career paths pointed them toward the law of outer space say the future of that legal specialty is bright because of continual advances in space-related research and exploration. more...

Smooch a Pooch event raises $1,000 for animals over past year

Smooch a PoochThe UHLC's Student Animal Legal Defense chapter held Smooch a Pooch, its biannual fundraiser. more...

ADL honors Marvin Nathan ’66 for lifelong fight against discrimination

NathanUniversity of Houston Law Center alum Marvin D. Nathan ’66 was honored by the Anti-Defamation League’s Southwest Region Thursday with its Centennial Award for his lifelong commitment to civil rights and battle against racial and religious intolerance. more...

Former EPA counsel sees stronger partnership with government, industry and public

FultonEnlightened by self-interest and pressured by social media and community involvement, industry is stepping up and playing a greater role in protecting the environment in partnership with a government agency facing long-term budget cutbacks, according to the former general counsel of the EPA. more...

Justice Scalia swears in UHLC’s Brown to Texas Supreme Court 

BrownUniversity of Houston Law Center alumnus Jeff Brown was ceremonially sworn in as a Justice of the Texas Supreme Court today by U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. more...

Experts say storytelling crucial for successful advocacy

From left:  Jim Perdue, Jr., Jim Perdue, Sr., Richard M. Alderman, and Jim Lawrence.The University of Houston Law Center presented The Art and Science of Persuasive Advocacy as part of its alumni free CLE series last Friday. more...

UHLC team wins regional ABA Negotiation Competition; heads to National finals in Chicago 

The winning Law Center team in the regional ABA Negotiation Competition and their coaches are Lucy Tyson, left,  Brandon Schrecengost 2L, Niki Roberts 4L, and Jim Lawrence, director of the Blakely Advocacy Institute and a team coach.A University of Houston Law Center team beat 23 other teams to win the five-state regional ABA Negotiation Competition this past weekend and will go on to the national competition in Chicago next Spring. more...

Cyber-espionage a growing threat to businesses, expert says at IPIL Fall Lecture 

Elizabeth RoweThe technological revolution of recent years has been driven more by information than the industrialized processes of years past, and it is getting increasingly difficult for companies to safeguard that proprietary information, a leading authority on intellectual property law said Thursday at the annual IPIL Fall Lecture. more...

AA White Dispute Resolution Center brings all-star lineup to UHLC for family arbitration CLE seminar Dec. 6 

The A.A. White Dispute Resolution Center at the University of Houston Law Center is sponsoring a seminar Dec. 6 on various aspects of family arbitration with a line-up of family law experts and experienced practitioners. more...

Despite startup problems, Frankel Lecture experts agree it’s too early to judge ‘Obamacare.’

UHLC Speaker SeriesLeading scholars at the 18th Annual Frankel Lecture agreed Thursday on three points concerning the Affordable Care Act:  It remains very confusing to the public; more data are needed to determine whether it is succeeding; and patience is required to see if it will meet its goals and gain public acceptance. more...

October 2013

Climate policy experts say EPA’s social cost of carbon estimates will likely trigger high-stakes litigation

UHLC Speaker SeriesLeading experts on climate change policy agree that the social cost of carbon is a linchpin for future regulation of greenhouse gas emissions. David Bookbinder, former chief climate counsel of the Sierra Club, and David Bailey, former global climate policy manager for ExxonMobil, both spoke at the University of Houston Law Center on Wednesday to kick off the Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Center Fall Speaker Series. more...

Perry appoints Peter Taafe ’97 to Board of Regents

Peter Taffe Gov. Rick Perry today appointed University of Houston Law Center alum Peter Taaffe ’97 to the University of Houston System Board of Regents for a term ending Aug. 31, 2019. more...

UHLC students told pro bono work is satisfying and helpful to career

Peter Taffe Pro bono work is not only a means of helping people in the community, but an excellent way of developing skills and building a successful career, University of Houston Law Center students were advised recently. more...

LL.M. tax law alums celebrate program’s 30th anniversary  

Alumni of the LL.M. Tax Law ProgramAlumni of the LL.M. Tax Law Program at the University of Houston Law Center filled the Hendricks Heritage Room Friday afternoon to celebrate the program’s 30th anniversary with the group’s first-ever reunion. more...

UH Law Center Hosts Pre-Law Conference

ZamoraThe University of Houston Law Center brought together legal educators, pre-law advisers, administrators, lawyers, and students in wide-ranging discussions of issues facing legal education today as part of the “B.A. to J.D. Pipeline Program.” more...

Veronica Bernal 3L presents paper at national migration conference 

Bernal, VeronicaUniversity of Houston Law Center student Veronica Bernal 3L received a travel grant to present her paper on immigration and human rights during the Migration Without Boundaries Conference Oct. 5 at Michigan State University. more...

Three UHLC scholarship winners head to Austin for Health Law Conference

Texas Health Law ConferenceThree University of Houston Law Center students have been awarded scholarships to attend the Annual Texas Health Law Conference on Oct. 13-15 in Austin. more...

The People’s Law School educates hundreds

AldermanHouston area residents seeking information about their legal rights filled Krost Hall Saturday as more than 40 volunteer judges, practitioners, and law professors taught classes during the annual People’s Law School at the University of Houston Law Center. more...

Jeff Brown ’95 sworn in as Texas Supreme Court Justice

ScalesThe University of Houston Law Center was well represented Oct. 3 at the swearing-in of Jeff Brown ’95 as justice of the Supreme Court of Texas. more...

UHLC welcomes foreign scholars 

University of Houston Law Center Interim Dean Richard Alderman and Peggy Fortner, director of Graduate Legal Studies, welcome visiting scholars who will be conducting research and studying in various areas of the law during the 2013-14 school year.  Since 2007, the Law Center has hosted 38 scholars from 15 countries. Clockwise from left are Haci Acikgul from Turkey, who will work in the area of Consumer Law; Alderman; Xiaojing Chen, China, Energy and Environmental Law; Yangbing Wang, China, International Investments and Environmental Protection; Camilla Sciume, Italy, Contract Law; Milosz Hodun, Iceland, Doctrine of Implied Powers and Necessary and Proper Clause; Fortner; and Luz Sanchez, Spain, Nanopatents.University of Houston Law Center Interim Dean Richard Alderman and Peggy Fortner, director of Graduate Legal Studies, welcome visiting scholars who will be conducting research and studying in various areas of the law during the 2013-14 school year. more...

UH Law Center ranks as ‘Best Value’ among nation’s law schools

National JuristThe University of Houston Law Center has once again been recognized in the annual “Best Value” survey of law schools conducted by The National Jurist. more...

UHLC students ‘Talk to the Dean’ in wide-ranging session

AldermanUniversity of Houston Law Center Interim Dean Richard M. Alderman brought students up to speed on developments in and around the Law Center and tackled some questions from the audience in an hour-long discussion Tuesday. more...

UH Law Center Professors Look to Future of ‘Genetics Revolution’ in Panel Discussion Oct. 29

GenomeScientific advances affect a wide range of sectors and legal issues beyond medicine more...

 

UH Law Center hosts leading climate change experts Wednesday to discuss ‘Social Cost of Carbon’

ScalesU.S. Supreme Court agrees to review EPA’s greenhouse gas program more...

 

September 2013

UHLC alums return to class for free CLE seminar on consumer law 

Interim Dean and Director of the Center for Consumer Law Richard M. Alderman welcomes alumnae to the first in a series of free CLE seminars. At least 135 attorneys attended the program on Consumer Law Practice & Strategies. An overflow crowd of alumnae filled a lecture hall Friday at the University of Houston Law Center to learn how to improve their consumer law practice from a lineup of veteran practitioners and law professors. more...

Perry appoints UHLC alum Jeff Brown ’95 to Texas Supreme Court

Jeff BrownGov. Rick Perry Thursday appointed University of Houston Law Center alumnus Jeff Brown ’95 to the Texas Supreme Court. Brown, who has served as a justice on the 14th Court of Appeals since 2007, will serve on the high court until the next general election. more...

People’s Law School convenes Oct. 5 at UH Law Center

PLS LogoHouston area residents will have a chance to learn more about their legal rights when The People’s Law School opens its doors on Oct. 5. more...

Indian MP traces historical path of secular democracy for UHLC students

Hon Ram JethmaliniA member of the Indian Parliament, elder statesman, renowned attorney, and self-professed “loose cannon” in his own country captivated University of Houston Law Center students Tuesday more...

CLEO non-profit honors UHLC for support of greater diversity in legal profession    

CLEOThe University of Houston Law Center is being recognized for its support of the Council on Legal Education Opportunity, a non-profit organization dedicated to expanding the practice of law to more minorities and low-income students. more...

ADL honors lifelong civil rights champion Marvin Nathan ’66  

Marvin NathanThe Anti-Defamation League’s Southwest Region is honoring University of Houston Law Center alum Marvin D. Nathan ’66 more...

UH Law Center’s Criminal Justice Institute and Houston Law Review host symposium on federal sentencing

Experts examine changes in criminal sentences since Supreme Court relaxed guidelines more...

Olivas discusses incident that sparked civil rights movement in PBS Latino series

LogoUniversity of Houston Law Center Professor Michael A. Olivas is among nearly 100 prominent Latinos interviewed for a six-hour documentary more...

Mayor tells UHLC students she is most excited by the quality of life in Houston

mayor ParkerParker discusses the ins and outs of running the nation’s 4th largest city more...

 

UH Law Center’s Environment, Energy & Natural Resources Center announces its Fall speaker series examining climate change, water and EPA regulation

WaterDebate over cost of carbon’s footprint launches program on Oct. 16 more...

 

International arbitrator shares tips with UHLC students

LorraineA career specialist in complex, international arbitration gave University of Houston Law Center students hard-learned tips more...

UHLC Immigration Clinic team assists in asylum case before Fifth Circuit  

HoffmanAn appellate team of University of Houston Law Center professors and students traveled to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit in New Orleans more...

UH Law Center Hosts Citywide Forum on Insurance Options Under New Health Care Program

Center for Children, Law & PolicyUH Law Center hosts citywide forum on insurance options under new healthcare program more...

August 2013

UH Law Center’s home page ranks 3rd in nation.

homepageThe University of Houston Law Center’s Internet home page ranks third best among those of the nation’s 201 ABA accredited law schools, according to an annual survey conducted by library staff members at the Georgetown University Law Center. more...

Adjunct professor developing corporate compliance database

McConnellA University of Houston Law Center adjunct professor and his students are developing a first-of-its-kind database detailing codes of conduct for Fortune 500 companies. more...

Olivas rejects calls for cutting law school hours 

Michael OlivasRising costs and a sluggish legal market are causing some law educators and law firms to reevaluate the age-old model of three years of graduate schooling followed by on the job training. more…

Professor Willis earns Transnational Commercial Practice LL.M.

Tasha WillisVisiting Assistant Professor Tasha Willis recently completed a multi-year program more...

 

Fall Semester kicks off

UH Law Center Professor Jim Hawkins and his 1L Contracts class during the first day of the Fall Semester.Get to know the Class of 2016 with these fun facts. more...

 

Nimmer named Houston’s Copyright Law “Lawyer of the Year”

NimemrFormer UHLC Dean Raymond T. Nimmer has been named Best Lawyers’ 2014 Houston’s Copyright Law “Lawyer of the Year.” more…

 

Law Center welcomes Class of ’16

StudentsThe University of Houston Law Center Class of 2016 received an introduction to life at the Law Center during today’s orientation that included a campus tour, a luncheon, and section meetings. more…

UHLC announces 2014 Ethics and Compliance Symposium Steering Committee

CourtA diverse group of industry professionals from across the country have joined the Steering Committee for the 2014 Ethics and Compliance Symposium at the University of Houston Law Center. more…

UH Law Center welcomes Foreign LL.M. Class of ’13

foreign LLMsUH Law Center welcomes attorneys from 22 countries who join the Foreign LL.M. Class of ’13 . more…

July 2013

Good Luck!

Eating LunchUHLC grads test their legal knowledge in Texas Bar exam more…

 

UHLC professor takes the stage at Carnegie Hall

University of Houston Law Center Visiting Assistant Professor Julian Cardenas Garcia recently performed with the Texas Medical Center Orchestra of Houston at Carnegie Hall in New York City. more…

Law Center welcomes Class of '16

StudentsFuture classmates meet and greet at a reception for incoming members of the Class of '16. more…

 

UHLC student wins international writing competition

John Riggs, 3LEntries explore petroleum negotiation issues such as contract, law, or policy more …

June 2013

UHLC Interim Dean addresses State Bar Consumer and Commercial Law Section

University of Houston Law Center Interim Dean Richard Alderman delivered a consumer law update last Friday at the Annual Meeting of the Texas State Bar held in Dallas. more...

UH Law Center professor expects appeals court to uphold UT's race-conscious admittance policy

Michael OlivasU.S. Supreme Court orders greater scrutiny, leaving future of affirmative action plans unsettled more...

 

Shepard receives 'Outstanding Tax Lawyer' award

Ira ShepardState Bar section honors professor emeritus with highest tax law award. more…

 

Mental competency crucial to fair immigration proceedings, experts agree

workshopUH Law Center hosts annual Joseph A. Vail immigration workshop more…

 

Former federal official urges reform of foreign bribery law

Leading experts discuss issues ranging from data security to operating in Latin America  UHLC symposium covers wide range of ethics and compliance challenges. more …

 

UHLC alumni named Presidential Management Fellows finalists

UH Law Center alumni Kieone H. Cochran LL.M. '13, Michaiah Chatman '12, and David Valdez '13 Applicants undergo a rigorous, multistage assessment and testing process. more …

 

May 2013

UHLC provides free mediation training for 4th year

CenterLaw students obtain practice skills to become better at coming up with effective and efficient solutions for future clients. more...

National ethics and compliance experts to convene at UHLC

CenterThe 2nd Annual Ethics and Compliance Symposium to be held June 6 more...

University of Houston Law Center announces Alumni Awards recipients

Alumni12 cited for exceptional efforts on behalf of the Law Center and legal profession more...

 

Olivas tracks changing nature of higher ed lawsuits in latest book

OlivasSuing Alma Mater examines growing trend of students filing suit over issues great and small. more…

Law Alumni Association to honor UHLC's finest

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12 cited for exceptional efforts on behalf of the Law Center and legal profession. more…

Mayor Parker says juvenile clients need strong advocates to get back on track

PhotoThe Center for Children, Law & Policy’s conference addresses juvenile rights, education and juvenile defense standards more…

Experts say quality education is key to keeping children out of juvenile justice system

PhotoNational juvenile justice conference is underway at UH Law Center more…

 

UHLC's Hawkins to present title lending research at Yale forum

Jim HawkinsPaper selected from nearly 200 submissions for annual event. more…

 

UHLC Class of '13 told law degree can lead to many career paths

LawsonCommencement speakers stress pride in degree, school, and legal profession. more…

 

UH Law Center kicks-off 100% Challenge

100 PercentLaw school's success hinges on the financial support from its alumni more …

 

Perry names UHLC student to Board of Regent

UHBenjamin Wells becomes 5th Law Center regent since program began in ’06. more…

 

Olivas donates book royalties for scholarship

OlivasEdits essays on pioneering Mexican-American lawyer/activist. more…

 

Nearly 90% of UHLC first-timers pass the February bar

TBA LogoCongratulations to the new attorneys! more...

 

April 2013

UHLC student and organization receive leadership awards

Campus LeaderMegan Daic and The Federalist Society have been recognized for their outstanding achievements more...

Expert says borders are opportunities, not barriers

ZamoraUHLC Prof. Stephen Zamora addresses international trade to conclude Legal Excellence speaker series more...

Energy scholars assess Lex Petrolea in UHLC discussion

CardenasComplex international system of laws governs petroleum transactions. more…

 

UHLC Dean's Awards honor outstanding students

Dean's AwardsWinners recognized for their academic achievements and personal qualities more…

 

UH Law Center professor sees Internet domain name expansion as major tests

LiptonWeb users may soon see .lawyer, .bible, or .sex along with .com and .net. more...

 

Center for Children, Law & Policy to Bring National Juvenile Justice Advocates to Houston for Professional Development Training

Center for Children, Law & PolicyThe two-day Zealous Advocacy Conference takes place May 16-17 at the University of Houston Law Center more...

Federal judge tells UHLC students how he became 'The Accidental Jurist'

Gray H. MillerGray H. Miller describes choices made on career path from ship to bench. more…

 

UH Law Center professor to address global gas conference

Susan SakmarSakmar sees 'golden age' of liquefied natural gas (LNG) as a foundation fuel for the future. more...

Federal Judge to offer career insights

Gray H MillerJudge Gray H. Miller '78 will present "The Accidental Jurist" April 11 in 109 BLB more …

 

Law students elect Kumar 'Faculty of the Year'

Sapna KumarCited for dedication to students' success. more…

 

UHLC's Prof. Crump publishes third novel

Book CoverMurder in Sugar Land praised as a superb courtroom drama. more…

 

UHLC grads are 'Super Lawyers' and 'Rising Stars'

Super LawyersAnnual ratings based on peer recognition and career achievement. more…

 

March 2013

Law Center takes part in puppy play date

Smooch a PoochThe "Smooch a Pooch" event raises money for a local animal shelter more …

 

People's Law School back in session April 6

PLS LogoUH Center for Consumer Law program will teach you about your legal rights more …

 

Worldwide persecution brought home to UHLC students

Worldwide persecution brought home to UHLC studentsAsylum cases difficult, but well worth the effort, panelists say. more…

 

PILO's Silent Auction raises $4,500

PILOUH Law Center staff and professor involvement makes the fundraiser a success more…

Expert says GHG reduction measures will pose long-term challenge to energy businesses

HesterUHLC Assistant Prof. Tracy Hester addressed energy and environmental law as part of Legal Excellence speaker series more …

Jarvis Hollingsworth '93 spotlighted at UHLC Gala

Jarvis HollingsworthRegent cited for commitment to University and Law Center.  more…

 

Is Roberts Court 'pro-business,' or not?

Ilya Shapiro of the Cato Institute states his case while Law Center Professor Aaron Bruhl takes notes during a debate on whether the Roberts Court is justifiably considered “pro-business.”  Experts disagree during UHLC discussion, but agree it's hard to categorize many decisions. more…

Professor Shepard Named 2013 Outstanding Texas Tax Lawyer

ShepardHighest honor given by the State Bar more...

 

Panel to discuss Do's and Don'ts of construction mediation

CLE presentation at UHLC examines unique problems in building disputes. more...

Hester to address energy and environmental law

Prof Tracy HesterThe lecture is the latest installment of the Legal Excellence Speaker series more…

 

UHLC library hosts legal research workshop

CLE LogoFree, CLE program will discuss tips and technology for advanced research skills. more…

 

Olivas’ book reviewed in LexisNexis immigration bulletin

Olivas Book CoverNo Undocumented Child Left Behind provides an in depth account of Plyler v. Doe more…

 

Is high court 'pro-business' or 'something else?'

Ilya ShapiroFederalist Society speaker examines Roberts Court in UHLC lecture. more…

 

UH Law Center moving up in national rankings

Places in top 50 while two specialty programs hold top 10 positions. more…

UHLC to host immigration and human rights talk

ScalesDiscussion will be March 25 from noon to 1 p.m. in room 240 BLB more…

UHLC hosts Law Luau

Fun DayLaw Center community enjoys fun in the sun more…

 

Alderman sets priorities, names associate dean

Richard AldermanLonny HoffmanInterim leadership team looks to build on UHLC success during search for new dean. more…

 

First Court of Appeals to convene at UHLC

ScalesThe arguments offer students an opportunity to observe appellate lawyers and judges at work more…

 

IPIL hosts 10th Annual Baker Botts Lecture

David McGowanTopic: How well have markets and the law adapted to technological change? more…

 

UHLC Philanthropy Day a success

UnknownLaw Center takes time to thank donors for philanthropic efforts and investments more …

 

Major healthcare changes ahead for Texans

Patricia GrayUHLC Health Law & Policy Research Director Patricia Gray addressed the Affordable Care Act as part of Legal Excellence speaker series more …

Numbers fuel UHLC climate change debate

EarthGlobal warming:  Manmade or computer-generated? more…

 

February 2013

University of Houston Law Center dean resigns after seven-year tenure

Raymond NimmerGoals achieved, Raymond T. Nimmer will return to the classroom after one-year sabbatical more...

 

UHLC moves up as 'Go To' school for nation's top firms

The national Law JournalRanking of first-year associates hired by largest 250 firms rises to 29th. more…

Experts to examine cause of climate change

First Year CarbonThe event will be Feb. 28 in room 240 BLB at the UH Law Center more…

 

UHLC to host 2nd Annual Ethics and Compliance Symposium

CCL Logo Experts will share practical advice on challenges in the changing regulatory landscape more …

Professor Mixon retires after 60 years

MixonWitnessed many changes in school, students, and the law. more...

 

Stephen Susman honored with Torch of Learning Award

Stephen SusmanUHLC Foundation Board Member recognized for exceptional leadership and scholarship more …

 

Olivas chosen as Author of the Month

Michael OlivasArte Público Press and Classical 91.7 showcase UHLC professor and new book in radio interview more …

Environmental advocate to speak at EENR Spring Lecture

eenrEPA's Director of the Office of Environmental Justice will examine air quality, permitting, and enforcement more...

Researchers find energy companies vary widely on policies seeking input and informing those affected by major developments

OxfamAuthors will present their 'Community Consent Index' at UH Law Center Feb. 12 more...

 

Incorporation may be answer for small business

Champions with trophyUHLC Prof. Bret Wells addressed tax reform as part of Legal Excellence speaker series more...

January 2013

UHLC's Blakely Advocacy Institute hosts Andrews Kurth tournament

Moot CourtThe top moot court programs vie for national championship now underway more…

 

Georgetown wins 2013 Andrews Kurth Moot Court National Championship

Champions with trophyUniversity of Houston Law Center hosts advocacy competition more...

 

Center for U.S. and Mexican Law awarded $20,000 grant

P Twenty-OneP Twenty-One Foundation offers support for cross-border legal services research project more…

Forensic expert examines resistance to science

David HarrisProf tells UHLC students today’s law enforcement isn’t like on TV more...

 

Forensic Science expert to speak at UHLC Jan. 22

David HarrisProfessor David Harris will discuss his new book on law enforcement and forensic science more...

Thompson to explore exoneration cases

handsUHLC criminal justice prof lends expertise to Law and the Media Seminar. more...

UHLC earns silver and bronze marketing awards

LogoNew brochure and website are recognized in national competition more…

 

Houston’s ‘buying power’ ranks 3rd for new associates

Buying PowerUHLC grads do well by staying close to home, NALP survey finds. more…

UHLC's global reach showcased in latest Briefcase

Cover The newest edition of the Law Center's annual alumni magazine is hot off the press more…

 

UHLC hosts Legal Excellence Speaker Series

Lady JusticeJanuary lecture looks at taxes and small business. more…

 

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