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UH Law Center's inaugural English and Spanish ADR competition to crown winner Friday

April 14, 2021 - Students from the University of Houston Law Center and Mexico's Universidad Anáhuac will face off in a livestreamed championship round of the Bilingual Dispute Resolution Competition on Friday.



Professor Ruqaiijah Yearby

UH Law Center Spring 2021 External Workshop Series: Healthcare and race scholar from Saint Louis University School of Law discusses inequities and racism in the government’s pandemic response

April 14, 2021 - Professor Ruqaiijah Yearby of the Saint Louis University School of Law was the most recent speaker in the 2021 University of Houston Law Center Spring Workshop Series, “Race, Social Change, and the Law,” last week.



Nicholas Martinez and Matthew Rando

UH Law Center 2Ls Martinez and Rando successfully mediate case involving international parental child abduction

April 14, 2021 - Through the Hague Convention Mediation Program, second-year University of Houston Law Center students Nicholas Martinez and Matthew Rando recently resolved a case involving a parent who breached custody rights by illegally removing a child outside of their country of habitual residence.


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