UH Law Center alumni take their case for a new building to Austin 

University of Houston University of Houston Law Center alumni William P. Swenson ’87, left, Richard F. Whiteley, ’99, and Susan L. Bickley, ’84, accompanied by Dean Leonard M. Baynes, recently traveled to Austin to meet with legislators to provide information on and show support for state funding of a proposed five-story, $90 million facility. Active supporters of the Law Center and major donors to the on-going building campaign, the alumni stressed the need to replace the current time-worn and outdated 50-year-old facility and explained what a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility would mean to students, faculty, the community, and the city itself.

Feb. 14, 2019 — University of Houston Law Center alumni William P. Swenson ’87, left, Richard F. Whiteley, ’99, and Susan L. Bickley, ’84, accompanied by Dean Leonard M. Baynes, traveled to Austin this week to meet with legislators to provide information on and show support for state funding of a proposed five-story, $90 million facility. Active supporters of the Law Center and major donors to the on-going building campaign, the alumni stressed the need to replace the current time-worn and outdated 50-year-old facility and explained what a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose facility would mean to students, faculty, the community, and the city itself.

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