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University of Houston Law Center Professor Emeritus Michael A. Olivas

University of Houston Law Center hosts 25th annual Frankel Lecture virtually on Oct. 9

Sept. 25, 2020 – The Houston Law Review at the University of Houston Law Center will present a discussion via Zoom about law, society and the frequency of African Americans being fatally shot by law enforcement and individuals impersonating officers, drawing on the murders of Emmett Till and George Floyd to explain how these actions have developed over time at the 25th annual Frankel Lecture on Oct. 9.

 

UH Law Center webinar to examine antitrust violations in Hewlett-Packard vs. Quanta Storage case

Dean’s Distinguished Speaker Frank Wu describes connection between diversity and democracy during UH Law Center presentation

Sept. 18, 2020 - Frank H. Wu, president of Queens College, City University of New York discussed his perspective on the Asian-American experience and how it must lead to allyship with the historic struggle for Black equality as part of the Dean's Distinguished Speaker Series. His talk, "Asian Americans at a Crossroads During COVID-19: Allyship and the Future of Civil Rights" was held via Zoom on Tuesday.

 

UH Law Center webinar to examine antitrust violations in Hewlett-Packard vs. Quanta Storage case

UH Law Center webinar to examine antitrust violations in Hewlett-Packard vs. Quanta Storage case

Sept 16, 2020 - The University of Houston Law Center and Beck Redden will present an analysis of a landmark price-fixing case recently decided by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit.

 

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