A Houston Fox affiliate quoted Professor Chandler on the solvency of insurance policies issued by the Texas Windstorm Association.
Professor Hawkins was quoted in an article on TireReview.com, commenting on tire rentals.
KUHF Houston Public Radio quoted Professor Kumar discussing the Supreme Court’s rejection of patents on naturally-occurring genes.
Professor Mixon is quoted in an article from the Washington Post web site regarding banks suing for deficiency judgments after they have foreclosed on the home in question.
Professor Thompson was quoted in an article on The Daily Cougar’s website, commenting on the verdict from the first round of the penalty phase of the Jodi Arias trial.
The ProfNet Network identified Professor Evans and Professor Kumar as experts on health and patent law, and quoted them discussing the Supreme Court’s recent decision on gene patents. This item was published by multiple news sources.
Professor Evans was quoted in an entry on the Houston Business Journal's Houston BizBlog regarding the US Supreme Court's recent decision on the patentability of human genes. Professor Evans remarks on the possible impact of the decision on the business expectations of biotech firms.
Dean Alderman and Associate Director of the Center for Consumer Law Robert Johnson were identified as experts available to comment on legal issues related to hurricanes and tropical storms in a press release issued by the University of Houston.
Professor Bush was quoted in an article in today's Houston Chronicle regarding a dispute between St. Luke's Health System and the Texas Heart Institute.
Professor Schuwerk was quoted in an article in today's Houston Chronicle regarding requests from death row inmates that U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Edith Jones recuse herself from hearing their appeals. Professor Schuwerk remarks on the impact a judicial misconduct complaint against Judge Jones has on the inmates' requests.
Professor Hawkins was quoted in a Los Angeles Times article on the rapidly expanding tire rental business.
A quote from Professor Nimmer’s treatise, The Law of Computer Technology: Rights, Licenses, Liabilities was included in an article published in the Texas Lawyer and available on Law.com.
Interim Dean Richard Alderman was cited in an article published by CardHub regarding medical pricing discrepancies.
Professor Hester was quoted in an article published in today's Houston Chronicle and available on HoustonChronicle.com, commenting on the impact of the Chemical Safety Improvement Act that is pending before Congress.
Professor Vetter was interviewed by KPFT (90.1 FM-Houston) regarding a patent infringement dispute involving 18-year old high school senior, Eesha Khare and Solaroad Technologies, LLC. The news show is available at http://archive.kpft.org (look for “KPFT News,” Tuesday, June 4, 2013, 4:00 pm).
Professor Evans was cited in an article from the Guardian Express website regarding problems associated with direct to consumer genetic testing.
A Houston Fox affiliate quoted Professor Chandler concerning the occurrence and consequences of TWIA’s failure to gain regulatory borrowing approval this past week.
Professor Chase was quoted in an article in Sunday’s Houston Chronicle regarding UH President and System Chancellor Renu Khator.
Professor Olivas' latest book, In Defense of My People: Alonso S. Perales and the Development of Mexican-American Public Intellectuals, was reviewed in an article that was posted to the website of the Monitor (McAllen, TX).
Professor Hawkins is quoted in an article on the San Francisco Chronicle web site regarding the continued marketing of credit cards to college students.
Professor Chandler was interviewed by Texas Public Radio’s Texas Matters show and quoted in an article regarding the impact of the Texas State legislature’s failure to fix the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association.
Professor Hester was quoted in an article on Law360 commenting on pursuing climate change tort litigation at the state level.
Dean Alderman was quoted in a press release distributed through PR Newswire and available on the Sacramento Bee’s website, regarding the 2nd Annual Ethics and Compliance Symposium to be held on June 6 at the University of Houston Law Center.
An article available on Truthout.org includes a quote from Professor Dow’s op-ed column on life without parole posted to the Daily Beast’s website.
Professor Schuwerk was interviewed for a news story that aired on Fox 26 (Houston) and was quoted in an article available on the station’s website, commenting on indicted Galveston County Judge Christopher Dupuy.
Professor Bush was interviewed by KUHF Houston Public Radio on May 23, 2013 regarding Texas' decision to join a multi-state settlement in an e-book price fixing case against Penguin Group.
Professor Bush was quoted in an article published in today's Houston Chronicle discussing strategic reasons for opting out of class-action antitrust lawsuits.
KUHF Houston Public Radio interviewed Professor Gray regarding a proposed Texas law that would require welfare recipients to take drug tests.
Dean Alderman was mentioned as a speaker in a story from the Your Houston News web site regarding events that have occurred at the Lone Star College-CyFair Branch Library, which is celebrating its 10 millionth item.
Professor Wells is quoted in an article from the Bloomberg news web site regarding the issue of tax inversions in the context of Actavis' acquisition of Warner Chilcott PLC, both pharmaceutical companies.
Professor Chandler was interviewed for a news segment that aired today on KRIV FOX 26 and he was quoted in an article available on the station's website. Professor Chandler comments on the state insurance commissioner's option of placing the Texas Windstorm Association into receivership.
Professor Chandler was quoted by the My Fox Houston website, discussing prospects for replenishing the TWIA.
Professor Lipton was quoted in an entry on the World Trademark Review Blog regarding recommendations on safeguards applicable to broad categories of new gTLDs. Professor Lipton questions the timing of the new recommendations.
Professor Gray was quoted extensively in a Fox 26 News web site on a May 13, 2013 report regarding the different coverage of the Affordable Care Act for particular Houstonians. Video of the story is also included.
Professor Dow was quoted in an article on the Thomson Reuters News & Insight website on May 13, 2013 regarding a new measure of mental retardation that could allow courts to execute convicted criminals with IQ scores below 70 more easily.
Professor Dow was quoted in an article on the Texas Tribune website about a 60-day reprieve for a death row inmate who filed a request for DNA testing. Professor Dow remarks on advancements in DNA testing and on the changing stories of other inmates.
Professor Olivas is quoted regarding In Defense of My People: Alonso S. Perales and the Development of Mexican-American Public Intellectuals, (Arte Público Press, 2013), which he has edited, in an article available on the University of Houston’s website. The royalties from book purchases will be donated to a scholarship benefitting “a member in good standing of the UH Law Center’s Hispanic Law Student Association who has academic merit and a record of involvement in the Houston Latino community.”
Professor Lipton has published an article regarding trademarks and brand names being used as top-level domain names appearing to the right of the dot. The article appeared on the Xconomy.com web site.
Professor Olivas is quoted extensively in a review of his new book Suing Alma Mater. The review appeared on the Metro.us web site.
A Houston Fox affiliate quoted Professor Chandler in an article concerning proposals to re-fund the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association by doubling coastal premiums.
The Washington Internet Daily posted an article quoting Professor Jacqueline Lipton on a proposed new ICANN contract relating to its new generic top-level domain program.
Dean Alderman is quoted in a report from radio station KUHF in regards to how Houston area law school graduate employment rates are well above the national average. A link to the radio broadcast is available at http://app1.kuhf.org/articles/1367232044-Houston-Bucks-National-Trend-On-Law-School-Grad-Employment.html
Amazon vs. the actual Amazon in domain name smackdown NBC Latino "They always knew this was going to be a tricky issue," says University of Houston Law Center professor Jacqueline D. Lipton, the author of "Internet Domain ...
Professor Chandler was interviewed for a news report regarding the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association that aired yesterday on KRIV FOX 26 on Thursday. The video of the report is available online at http://www.myfoxhouston.com/story/22082018/2013/04/25/economic-disaster-possible-without-wind-storm-coverage
Professor Mixon is praised by Senator Elizabeth Warren for his help to her as a beginning professor in an interview published in the Spring 2013 issue of the University of Houston Magazine.
The KPRC Houston website quoted Professor Hester in an article discussing governmental response to the recent explosion in West, Texas. UHLC alumnus Anthony Buzbee was also quoted in the article.
An article at the website Culturemap Houston covered the 2013 Gala. Dean Alderman and Professors Mixon and Nimmer were mentioned in the article.
Professor Kumar has been elected "Faculty of the Year" by UHLC students, according to a story that appeared on the Daily Cougar web site.
Professor Lipton was quoted in a press release on the Herald (Pa.) web site regarding the appearance of new top level domain names. Professor Lipton was speaking at the Second Annual International Intellectual Property Law Scholar's Roundtable.
Dean Alderman was quoted in an article from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch web site regarding privacy and data protection when checking into a hotel.
Professor Bush was quoted in an Aspen Daily News article, commenting on the settlement deal made by Gunnison Energy and SG Interests, the two natural gas companies implicated in a 2005 collusion scheme to buy federal leases in Colorado.
Professor Olivas was interviewed on the ACLU of Texas radio program, "Give Me Liberty", on KPFT-Houston, 90.1FM. The interview aired on Sunday, April 21 at 7:00 pm. Professor Olivas spoke about Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals and Comprehensive Immigration Reform. You can listen to the interview at: http://archive.kpft.org/mp3/kpft_130421_190000liberty.mp3
Professor Olivas will give the opening plenary address for the American Educational Research Association's 2013 Annual Meeting according to an announcement posted to the AERA website. Professor Olivas' address, titled "Immigrant DREAMS Deferred", will be delivered at the Hilton Union Square in San Francisco on Saturday, April 27, 2013.
Dean Alderman was quoted in an article on the Dallas Morning News website concerning the job market for law students in Texas. He also comments on upcoming UHLC events that may provide opportunities for students to network.
Professor Olivas was quoted in an article on the International Business Times website regarding the benefits of immigration reform.
Professor Chandler was interviewed by KRIV-Houston (Fox 26) and was quoted in an article available on the station's website on Friday, April 12, 2013, commenting on a federal tax credit available to offset health insurance premiums. The video clip is available at the following link.
Professor Olivas co-wrote an article, At Issue: Should Law Schools Offer a Two Year Option for a Degree? Michael A. Olivas (UHLC) answers NO, while Stephen Gillers (NYU) says YES, published in the April 19, 2013 issue of the CQ Researcher. In the article, Professor Olivas argues against shortening the traditional six-semester JD program, while Professor Gillers of NYU argues in favor of a shortened program.
Professor Paust presented a lecture titled "Some Seventy Years after Nuremberg: Laws of War and Human Rights Violations during the Bush-Cheney Era" at Michigan State University College of Law, according to a news release issued by Michigan State University.
Professor Olivas presented "58,000 minutes: An essay on law majors and emerging proposals for the third year of law study," at the McGeorge Law Review's symposium on "The State and Future of Legal Education" on April 5, 2013.
The Daily Cougar published a feature on Dean Richard Alderman and the UHLC People's Law School program.
The Heritage Foundation published an article that cited Professor Jordan Paust's work discussing the use of force against non-state actors.
PR Newswire published a press release stating that Professor Susan Sakmar will be addressing the LNG 17 global gas conference later this month.
Professor Olivas was quoted extensively in a post on the Frugal Dad web site on Tuesday, April 9, 2013 regarding young undocumented immigrants, the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, and the DREAM Act.
Professor Jim Hawkins was quoted in an article from the Fort Worth-Star Telegram website on April 5, 2013 regarding a proposed Texas Senate bill that would put new limits on payday and auto title loans.
Professor Olivas was quoted in an article from La Voz de Houston, the Houston Chronicle's Spanish language newspaper, on April 7, 2013 concerning the challenges faced by the children of undocumented individuals.
Professor Dow authored an article on the Daily Beast website. Professor Dow discusses why the death penalty is the wrong punishment for James Holmes, who is charged with murdering 12 people in a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado, last July.
Professor Hester was interviewed by State Impact Texas regarding the Texas Environmental Enforcement Task Force’s use of a search warrant to obtain documents from the Houston office of the Texas Railroad Commission in 2010. Professor Hester comments on the unusual nature of such a search warrant.
Professor Hawkins was quoted on the Loans.org website regarding the findings of his co-authored research paper, Dude, Where’s My Car Title?: The Law, Behavior, and Economics of Title Lending Markets, to be published later this year in the University of Illinois Law Review. Professor Hawkins also offered advice for potential borrowers.
Professor Chandler is quoted in a story that appeared on the KUT web site on Tuesday, April 02, 2013 regarding the issue of whether the State of Texas should accept federal money for expanding Medicaid.
Professor Hawkins is co-author of a paper titled “Dude, Where’s My Car Title?: The Law, Behavior and Economics of Title Lending Markets” to be published in the University of Illinois Law Review according to a story that appeared on the Vanderbilt University web site.
Professors Bruhl and Professor Geoffrey Hoffman appeared as guests this Sunday on KPRC's Houston Newsmakers show with Khambrel Marshall, where they discussed the potential outcomes same-sex marriage cases before the Supreme Court, as well as their impact on immigration cases. The archived video can be viewed on the KPRC website at: http://www.click2houston.com/news/March-30-Houston-Astros-hope-for-stellar-season/-/1735978/19509968/-/8eo6ln/-/index.html
The segment featuring Professors Bruhl and Hoffman begins at 7:57.
Dean Alderman was quoted in an article in the May 2013 issue of Consumer Reports, also available on Consumerreports.com, regarding the impact of warranties on the rights of consumers.
Dean Alderman was quoted in an article on the Washington Post's website, commenting on the difficulty of understanding data protection policies posted online by hotels and that customers should continue to deal with hotels as they have in the past.
Professor Bruhl and Professor Geoffrey Hoffman were mentioned as guests on an upcoming KPRC's Houston Newsmakers show with Khambrel Marshall, to be aired on Sunday, March 30, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. They will be talking about this week's Supreme Court arguments on same sex marriage.
The South Carolina online newspaper The Herald identified Professors Bruhl, Geoffrey Hoffman, and Oldham as experts available for comment in its "expert roundup."
A Houston Fox News affiliate quoted Professor Darren Bush in an article on airline business practices.
Professor Bruhl was interviewed by Houston’s KPRC Local 2 regarding the same-sex marriage cases currently before the U.S. Supreme Court .
Professor Linzer was interviewed by 88.7 KUHF-FM on Tuesday, March 26, 2013 about the U.S Supreme Court’s decision not to review the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals’ rejection of a challenge to the Texas Open Meetings Act.
Professor Bruhl was interviewed by KTRK (ABC-13, Houston) and quoted in an article available on the station’s website regarding the legal arguments pertaining to the first of two same-sex marriage cases pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.
Professor Chandler was quoted in an article available on Caller.com (Corpus Christi). The article reports that the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association’s board voted against placing itself into receivership, but offered a resolution calling on the insurance commissioner to pursue settlement discussions with lawsuit claimants. Professor Chandler’s comments reference Texas legislation repealing the authority that would have allowed for assessments specific to Hurricane Ike.
Professor Hawkins was quoted in an article on the Fox Business website regarding the consumer risks associated with medical credit cards.
Professor Schuwerk was quoted in an article in the March 25, 2013 issue of the Texas Lawyer concerning a lawyer who has resigned from the Plaintiffs' Steering Committee for the Deepwater Horizon oil spill litigation amid an investigation. Professor Schuwerk discusses the benefits associated with sitting on a steering committee.
Professor Wells and a proposal in his article, "What Corporate Inversions Teach about International Tax Reform," Tax Notes International, July 26, 2010, were mentioned in an article on Huffingtonpost.com about whether foreign multinational corporations are paying their fair share of tax.
Rice University announced that Professor Olivas will be speaking on education and immigration at its Immigration Reform Conference on April 9, 2013.
Boston College announced that Professor Olivas will participate in a panel discussion on race and class in US immigration at its Migration Conference on March 22, 2013.
Dean Alderman and Dean Hoffman are quoted regarding the Law Center’s rise in the U.S News and World Reports law school rankings in an article in today’s Daily Cougar.
Dean Alderman was quoted in an article from the March 18, 2013 issue of the Texas Lawyer concerning the Law Center’s recent rise in the annual U.S. News and World Report law school rankings.
Professor Olivas’ book, No Undocumented Child Left Behind: Plyler v. Doe and the Education of Undocumented Schoolchildren, was reviewed in the Lexis Communities, Immigration Law forum by Daniel M. Kowalski.
Professor Chandler's testimony on March 12 before the Senate Business and Commerce Committee on S.B. 18 is now available (minutes 1:36 - 1:44) at http://www.senate.state.tx.us/avarchive
/ramav.php?ram=00005768 A copy of his written testimony is available at http://catrisk.net/?p=922
A Reuters article on the antitrust lawsuit Dahl v. Bain Capital Partners LLC quoted Professor Bush on recent developments in the case. This article was published by multiple sources.
An expert witness testifying before the House Subcommittee on Constitution and Civil Justice cited Dean Hoffman’s work in his forthcoming article “Rulemaking in the age of Twombly and Iqbal. “
The American Educational Research Association announced that Professor Olivas will present the Opening Plenary Address at its annual meeting this April.
According to the latest law school rankings published by U.S. News & World Report, the University of Houston Law Center's tax program ranks #18 among those of all law schools nationally. According to Professor Paul Caron's TaxProf Blog, this ranking places the UHLC tax program as the 10th highest-rated tax program among all United States Law Schools offering LL.M. degrees in taxation.
The Law Center's ranking as the 48th best law school by U.S News and World Reports, as well as the rankings of the Law Center's Health Law Program (8th) and Intellectual Property Law Program (7th) were mentioned in a Baylor College of Medicine news release on Tuesday, March 12, 2013.
The Law Center's #48 ranking by U.S News and World Reports, as well as the rankings for its Health Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Part-Time programs were mentioned in a post on Texas Lawyer's Tex Parte Blog on Tuesday, March 12, 2013.
Climate change may be a settled science for many researchers, but as a recent forum at the University of Houston Law Center showed, the debate among some ...
Dr. Willie Soon at a climate change debate at the University of Houston Law Center. Dr. John Nielson-Gammon (back to camera) awaits his turn. Listen to them in our Radio Story.
Texas law schools move in US News rankings, UH goes up The loved and loathed U.S. News and World Report's law school rankings are out. Yale, Stanford and Harvard are at the top, nothing much new there. There was a lot of movement lower down though and UH came up nine schools to tie for #48 with SMU and others ...
Professor Dow had his letter-to-the-editor published in today's New York Times. The letter was written in response to an article on the killing of U.S. citizen Answar al-Awlaki.
Professor Hester is quoted in an article in today's Houston Chronicle regarding the new EPA Administrator for the Texas region.
Professor Chase was interviewed on the Houston Culture Map web site on Monday, March 4, 2013.
Professor Hawkins was introduced as a guest blogger for the blog “The Faculty Lounge” for the month of March.
Dean Nimmer’s resignation and Dean Alderman’s new responsibility were reported in the Texas Lawyer’s Tex Parte Blog.
The recent issue (v. 50, no. 2) of the Houston Law Review was mentioned in PatentlyO, a patent law blog. It also mentions that Professor Janicke and Professor Vetter have published articles in the same issue.
Professor Bush is quoted in an article on the Chicago Tribune web site regarding a lawsuit filed by a landowner against Chesapeake Energy and Encana Corp. for antitrust violations.
Professor Zamora was interviewed by the editor of Metro Corporate Counsel regarding the UHLC's Center for US-Mexican law and other issues regarding US-Mexican relations.
Professor Hawkins was quoted in an article on the website of the Virginian-Pilot (Norfolk, VA). The article, in discussing a noncredit financial literacy course offered at Old Dominion University, quotes Professor Hawkins and recites some of his findings regarding credit offers to college students.
Professor Hawkins was interviewed by the Huffington Post Live for a news segment regarding fertility care bias.
Professor Dow was mentioned in a blog posting on the Daily Telegraph (U.K.) web site regarding death row inmate Willie E. Poindexter.
Professor Thompson was quoted extensively in a story that appeared on the Dallas News.com web site, regarding Dallas County D.A. Craig Watkins being called to testify in a prosecutorial misconduct hearing.
Dean Alderman commented on the rights and responsibilities of tenants and the duties of landlords with respect to bed bug infestations in an article published in the Houston Chronicle and available on HoustonChronicle.com. The Texas Consumer Complaint Center and the Center for Consumer Law were mentioned in the article.
Professor Olivas will be a panelist at a symposium sponsored by the McGeorge Law Review on “The State and Future of Legal Education”, which will be held at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law on April 5, 2013.
Professor Linzer was interviewed by Houston’s KPRC Local 2 regarding secession efforts by the Texas Nationalist Movement.
Dean Alderman is quoted in a news story on the KPRC web site regarding ATMs at the Toyota Center over-charging customers for withdrawals.
Professor Olivas has been selected as this month's Classical 91.7 (KUHA-FM)/Arte Público Press Author of the Month. Professor Olivas was interviewed regarding his new book, In Defense of My People: Alonso S. Perales and the Development of Mexican-American Public Intellectuals.
Professor Hester was quoted in a press release issued by the University of Houston Law Center regarding an upcoming presentation by researchers from Oxfam America on what the policies of energy companies say about community input and consent. Professor Hester remarks on the study and stresses the importance of keeping affected communities fully informed and involved. The presentation is sponsored in part by the UHLC’s Environment, Energy and Natural Resources Center.
Professor Schuwerk was quoted in an article on the Wall Street Journal online site regarding the court of inquiry being held in Georgetown, Texas for a prosecutor (now a judge) who allegedly withheld evidence in a 1987 murder trial. DNA evidence later showed the accused to have been wrongfully convicted and imprisoned.
Professor Thompson was quoted in an article on the Texas Tribune web site regarding a bill introduced in the Texas Legislature that would allow Texas courts to overturn convictions in cases where the forensic science that originally led to the verdict has subsequently changed.
Dean Alderman was interviewed by StateImpact Texas regarding bills introduced in the Texas legislature that would give utility companies protection from liability should someone get hurt on company property while using it for recreation.
Professor Olivas was mentioned in an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education concerning the impact immigration reform may have on students. Professor Olivas provided information for the story regarding the number of deferred action applications that have been tentatively approved or rejected.
Professor Paust authored an Op-Ed on the Jurist.org website discussing the case of Bond v. United States, which was recently accepted for review by the US Supreme Court. The case deals with a criminal conviction with implications under the 10th Amendment and the Chemical Weapons Convention.
Professor Hester was quoted in an article in today’s Houston Chronicle regarding the appointment of Larry Soward to head the Air Alliance of Houston.
Professor Olivas was quoted in an article on the Inside Higher Ed website concerning the impact of deferred action on undocumented students and whether the DREAM Act may be included as part of more comprehensive immigration reform.
Professor Olivas was mentioned as a contributor to the book American Higher Education in the Twenty-First Century: Social, Political, and Economic Challenges in a book review that appeared on the Reform & Policy 2020 web log.
Professor Wells was quoted in an article published in the Wall Street Journal. The article discusses the unforeseen tax liabilities that can be incurred by investors when “corporate inversions” occur. Professor Wells remarks on why an American company might convert to or merge with a foreign company.
Professor Chase was quoted in an article in today’s Houston Chronicle regarding the Greater Houston Partnership’s plans for the future.
Professor Melissa Hamilton was interviewed by Huffington Post Live, commenting on the civil commitment of sexual predators.
Professor Paust authored an op-ed that appeared on the Jurist.org website. The op-ed, entitled "Iran's Nuclear Weapons Program and Lawful Israeli Self-Defense," discusses whether or not Israel would have legal justification to engage in self-defense measures against Iran if Iran continues its pursuit of a nuclear warhead to use against Israel.
Professor Thompson authored an op-ed that appeared in today's Houston Chronicle. In the op-ed, with the headline "Area Police are Ignoring Science on Eyewitnesses," Professor Thompson discusses the problems with eyewitness identification and the decision by the Houston Police Department and the Harris County Sheriff's Department not to follow the model policy on eyewitness identifications adopted by the Texas Legislature.
Professor Thompson will serve as a panelist February 2 in the 27th Law and the Media Seminar as it examines "Crimes Against Humanity: Science, Smugglers and Survivors," according to a press release issued by the Law Center.
Professor Janicke was quoted in an article on the Thomson Reuters News and Insight web site regarding the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Texas reclaiming the spot as the top venue for patent lawsuits.
Professor Thompson’s law review article “Daubert gatekeeping for eyewitness identification” was noted on the 31(b)log.
Professor Bruhl's new article in the Fall 2012 issues of the University of Chicago Law Review, Elected Judges and Statutory Interpretation, was mentioned on the appellate law blog "How Appealing."
Professor Olivas was quoted extensive in the INSIDE HIGHER ED article Women Blocked at Deep Springs today on the power and duty of the trustees of an institution. The article also mentions Professor Olivas’ casebook, The Law and Higher Education: Cases and Materials on Colleges in Court.
Professor Hawkins is quoted in an article on the CreditHub website about what happens when healthcare professionals recommend financial products
Professor Dow was mentioned in a posting on the Off the Kuff web log. Professor Dow is quoted from a story on possible appointments to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.
Professor Hoffman is quoted in an article on the La Voz website, stating that the reason that Texas has become the core of deportation of citizens' parents is owed, in part, to undocumented arrestees from other parts of the country coming to the ICE detention centers in the area.
Professor Olivas is quoted in an article on the La Voz website about Dreamers broadening their efforts in order to benefit other undocumented persons. Professor Olivas notes the courage of the Dreamers, observes that the Dreamers may be extending the push deferred action has given them beyond what the law permits, and that effort should go into obtaining broader immigration reform. He cautions the Dreamers that they should be very careful .
Professor Schuwerk was quoted in an article in the Chronicle of Higher Education concerning law student responses to the pressures of law school.
Professor Thompson will be speaking on forensic science in exonerations at the 2013 Law & Media Seminar to be held Saturday, February 2, 2013 at South Texas College of Law, according to a story that appeared in the January/February 2013 issue of the Houston Bar Bulletin.
Dean Nimmer was mentioned in an item in the January/February 2013 issue of the Houston Bar Bulletin regarding the 50th anniversary celebration of the Houston Law Review. Also mentioned in the story were UHLC alums UH Regent Jarvis Hollingsworth and Justice Jeff Brown of the 14th Court of Appeals.
Dean Alderman made a presentation to the Houston Bar Association Commercial and Consumer Law section, according to an item in the January/February 2013 issue of the Houston Bar Bulletin.
Professor Bush was quoted in a Reuters article that appeared on the Financial Post website. Professor Bush comment on the federal inquiry of Chesapeake Energy Corp. and Canadian rival Encana Corp. by the Antitrust Division of the DOJ after evidence that the corporations worked to suppress land prices in Michigan in 2010 surfaced.
Professor Chandler was quoted in an article published in the Corpus Christi Caller-Times, commenting on the potential funding shortage of the Texas Windstorm Insurance Association in the event of a major hurricane and legislative proposals that would create a bond structure to replenish the TWIA's cash reserves.
Professor Dow was quoted in an Associated Press article that was published in the Houston Chronicle. Professor Dow comments on the ideological makeup of the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the possibility that President Obama may have the opportunity to nominate several judges to the court during his second term in office.
Professor Hawkins was quoted in an article published by the Wall Street Journal. Professor Hawkins comments on the potential fiscal cliff tax increases and their effect on consumers' credit card spending and payment rates.