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The UH Law Center’s influence extends
                                locally, nationally, and internationally.








                                WHO WE ARE




                                Established in 1947, the University of Houston Law Center is the leading law school in the nation’s fourth-largest city. It
                                offers one of the broadest curricula in the United States and is cited as a “best value” in legal education. The UH Law
                                Center boasts leadership from nationally and globally recognized faculty who offer expertise in fields such as health
                                law, intellectual property law, business and commercial law, immigration law, antitrust, international law, energy and
                                environmental law, tax law, family law, constitutional law, and clinical education. The UH Law Center also utilizes nearly
                                130 part-time and adjunct instructors from the Houston bar, one of the most sophisticated and diverse bars in the country.
                                Together, they generate a rigorous, enriching curriculum for approximately 600 full-time J.D. students, nearly 100 part-time
                                J.D. students, and approximately 100 LL.M. students each year.

                                The UH Law Center’s influence extends locally, nationally, and internationally, encompassing business, legal, and education
                                communities. The international activities of its faculty include hosting visiting professors, publishing articles in foreign
                                journals, and participating in international symposia and conferences.

                                The UH Law Center’s dynamic alumni have propelled their careers to work at the top of the law profession in private
                                practice, government service, business, the judiciary, and public interest.
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