• Advocacy Success at National Finals

    April 24, 2017
    NBLSA moot court
    Texas A&M Law advocacy teams celebrate a Best Advocate Award, top four finishes in both moot court and mock trial at NBLSA national finals competitions, along with a second place finish for the ADR team at the ABA regional mediation meet.
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  • Aggie Law Students Serve Throughout Texas for Pro Bono Spring Break

    April 19, 2017
    Pro Bono Spring Break 2017
    Aggie Law students spent spring break volunteering their time throughout the state in legal aid agencies serving Texans as part of the Texas Access to Justice Commission “Pro Bono Spring Break” program while gaining valuable hands-on legal experience.
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  • Texas A&M Law Review to Host Immigration Symposium

    April 10, 2017
    Law Review immigration symposium logo
    Texas A&M Law Review will host its spring symposium, “American Immigration Law: The New Colossus,” on Friday, April 21 for interactions with members of the community, academics and practitioners and the opportunity to bring together people with differing opinions to have respectful discussions and gain perspective on what immigration law changes mean locally and in the greater community.
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  • Prof. Eckstein Meets Pope Francis At Right To Water Seminar

    March 31, 2017
    Prof Gabriel Eckstein and Pope Francis
    Professor Gabriel Eckstein served as a legal commentator at the Pontifical Academy of Sciences Seminar on the Human Right to Water at the Vatican on Feb. 23-24, 2017, to focus on how to persuade nations around the world to pursue and implement the human right to water.
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  • 2017 Aggie Law Big Event

    March 30, 2017
    Texas A&M Law students, faculty and staff and their families volunteered around Fort Worth as part of the Big Event to promote campus and community unity through service projects.
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  • Prof. Sobol Testifies Before Commission on Civil Rights

    March 28, 2017
    Professor Neil Sobol
    Professor Neil Sobol testified at a briefing, “Targeted Fines and Fees against Low-Income Minorities: Civil Rights and Constitutional Implications,” before the United States Commission on Civil Rights in Washington, D.C. on March 17, 2017.
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  • Prof. Trujillo’s Book on Trade, Sustainable Development to be Published by Cambridge University Press

    March 22, 2017
    Elizabeth Trujillo
    Prof. Elizabeth Trujillo’s book, “Reframing the Trade and Environment Linkage for Sustainable Development in a Fragmented World,” revisits the trade and environment linkage, one that historically has been in tension, but which, due to increased energy demand and concerns for climate change, is shifting and finding common ground.
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  • Prof. Aziz to Speak at Harvard Human Rights Symposium

    March 21, 2017
    Prof. Aziz will serve on the “Equal Justice and Equal Protection in Criminal Justice and Technology” panel at the Harvard Law 5th Annual Human Rights Symposium "Justice for Whom? Equal Justice and Equal Protection" in April.
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  • Spring Break in Mexico Studying the Water-Energy-Food Nexus

    March 20, 2017
    mexico spring break
    Students studied the water-energy-food nexus in Guanajuato, Mexico, over Spring Break 2017 for a field trip course led by Professor Gabriel Eckstein.
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  • Lynne Nash Named a National Jurist Law Student of the Year

    March 8, 2017
    Texas A&M Law student Lynne Nash
    Texas A&M Law's Lynne Nash has been named a Law Student of the Year by "The National Jurist" for her success in the face of adversity and unrelenting passion for helping others as a mother, wife, entrepreneur and law student.
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