Law School News

Aseel Alawadhi

Former Kuwaiti Parliament Member Discusses Democracy

Dr. Aseel Alawadhi, one of the first women in the Kuwaiti Parliament, presented “The Stumbling Democracy in the Middle East: Challenges & Prospects.” Read more.
Matthew Masek

Student Named Dallas County Big Brother of the Year

1L Matthew Masek, named Big Brother of the Year for Dallas County, became involved with Big Brothers Big Sisters because he "wanted to give something back." Read more.
Gina Morgan

Best Advocate & International Top 5 Finish for Advocacy

3L Gina Morgan named Best Advocate at the ABA National Appellate Advocacy Competition regional and TAMU Law took 4th at the International Law School Mediation Tournament. Read more.
Joakim Soederbaum

Student Published in Sports Law Journal

3L Joakim Soederbaum's winning article was published in the Marquette Sports Law Journal. Soederbaum won the 2013 National Sports Law Student Writing Competition. Read more.


Faculty Highlights

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Michael Z. Green

Presented “Is Retaliation a Viable Challenge to Employer-Mandated Arbitration?” at the ABA Labor & Employment Section’s National Conference on Equal Employment Opportunity Law program on “Arbitration: A Universal Remedy.”
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Tanya Pierce

Presented “How Expanded Pretrial Consolidation Can Discourage Duplicative Litigation and Facilitate Global Settlements in Mass Torts” at Southern University Law Center, part of a faculty exchange through the Southern Central Association of Law Schools.

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Peter R. Reilly

Accepted an offer to publish his article, “Ralph Lauren, Transnational Bribery, and Voluntary Disclosure Under the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act: When is it Strategically Wise (or Not) to Self-Report FCPA Violations to the SEC?” in the Harvard Business Law Review.