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May 2015

Barbara Stalder, staff attorney in UHLC’s civil practice clinic, named ‘Top Lawyer’

Barbara StalderBarbara J. Stalder, a supervising attorney in the University of Houston Law Center civil practice clinic, has been named by “HTexas” magazine as one of Houston’s Top Lawyers in family law for 2015. more...

UH Law Center Class of ‘15 urged to base their careers on character and helping others

Texas Supreme Court Justice Eva GuzmanTexas Supreme Court Justice Eva Guzman on Saturday urged the 322 graduates of the University of Houston Law Center to look to their future in the law with a strong moral compass and a commitment to service to the community. more...

Business group honors UHLC prof and entrepreneur Tony Chase for community service  

Anthony ChaseUniversity of Houston Law Center professor and businessman Anthony R. Chase will be honored tonight by the Houston Technology Center as part of its annual “Celebration of Entrepreneurs” at the Hyatt Regency Hotel downtown. more...

UHLC alumna handles legal issues as UH team wins $10,000 energy challenge

A University of Houston Law Center alumna is part of a team that took top honors recently in a statewide competition to formulate the most creative and cost-effective way to recycle water used in hydraulic fracturing. more...

Federal appeals judge urges UHLC students to avoid “shut up” style of debate 

Federal appeals judge urges UHLC students to avoid “shut up” style of debate  More…
May 8, 2015 - Americans on all sides of the political spectrum need to work toward more reasoned discourse that avoids the coarseness and “political correctness” that tends to shut down debate, a federal circuit court judge told students recently at the University of Houston Law Center.
Americans on all sides of the political spectrum need to work toward more reasoned discourse that avoids the coarseness and “political correctness” that tends to shut down debate, a federal circuit court judge told students recently at the University of Houston Law Center. more...

UHLC kicks off 2015 100% Challenge fundraising campaign with goal of increasing scholarships

Dean BaynesUniversity of Houston Law Center alumni from across the metropolitan area filled a large banquet room in the downtown offices of Bracewell & Giuliani LLP on Wednesday as the school launched its annual 100% Challenge fundraising effort. more...

UHLC meet and greet for new LL.M. class

UHLC meet and greet for new LL.M. classThe University of Houston Law Center welcomed admitted LL.M. students at a reception on Friday, May 1.  The students, with law degrees from  universities in the U.S. and 10 countries, will begin their LL.M. studies in August. more...

Blondie, Bartok, and La Mafia:  UH Law Center celebrates World Intellectual Property Day 

World IP dayHow “copyright-able” is a four-word phrase like “Who let the dogs out?” In the often-treacherous legal waters of the modern music industry, that question is not merely academic, a noted authority said recently in observance of World Intellectual Property Day at the University of Houston Law Center. more...

UC Irvine law student wins grant from UHLC’s IPIL Institute

A third-year student at the University of California, Irvine School of Law is the 2015 winner of a grant awarded annually by the University of Houston Law Center’s Institute for Intellectual Property & Information Law.A third-year student at the University of California, Irvine School of Law is the 2015 winner of a grant awarded annually by the University of Houston Law Center’s Institute for Intellectual Property & Information Law. more...

Provost honors UHLC professors for their outstanding service to students, school, and community

ProvostTen members of the University of Houston Law Center faculty were honored recently at a luncheon hosted by the university provost to recognize their outstanding contributions to the law school and UH. more...

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