Student Spotlights

Eglantine Pauvarel Moss 2L

University of Houston Law Center student Eglantine Pauvarel Moss 2L is the winner of the Houston Bar Auxiliary Charitable Fund scholarship more...

Eglantine Pauvarel Moss 2L

Bo Schwerin 2L

Second career path brings writer to UHLC, Law Review, and federal clerkship  more...

Bo Schwerin

Veronica Bernal 3L

Veronica Bernal received a travel grant to present her paper on immigration and human rights more...

Veronica Bernal

Alissa Gipson, 1L

Dancing has been a lifelong passion for University of Houston Law Center student Alissa Gipson. more...

Alissa Gipson

Ben Wells, 3L

Third-year law students are generally preoccupied with finishing school, passing the bar, and landing that first job to launch their legal careers. more...

Ben wells

Lauren Fisher, 2L

University of Houston Law Center student Lauren Fisher, 2L, has been appointed to a 2-year position on the National Advisory Committee of the Equal Justice Works, a prominent public interest law organization based in Washington, D.C. more...

Lauren Fisher

Kelly Rae Ferrell, 2L
Maryann Zaki, 3L

University of Houston Law Center students Kelly Rae Ferrell, 2L, and Maryann Zaki, 3L, have been awarded $2,500 and $3,500 scholarships, respectively, from the Association of Women Attorneys - Houston. Ferrell and Zaki were recognized for their commitment to excellence and an aptitude for leadership and philanthropy. more...

Kelly Rae Ferrell, 2L

Emiliano Fragoso, 3L

After months of intense training, Emiliano Fragoso, 3L, laced up his running shoes and accomplished a feat not many people have achieved. He recently completed the grueling 26.2 mile run in the Chevron Houston Marathon. more...

Emiliano Fragoso, 3L

Barrett Schitka

Barrett Schitka has a pipeline to study in two North American energy capitals and to earn two law degrees. He is the first law student in the new International Energy Lawyers Program (IELP), a dual program sponsored by the University of Houston Law Center and the University of Calgary Faculty of Law. IELP allows graduates to earn American and Canadian law degrees and to sit for bar exams in both countries. more...

Barrett Schitka