• Texas A&M Reaches Milestone: Expands Its Network to 500,000+ at Graduation

    May 1, 2019
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    In commencement ceremonies this May, Texas A&M University will surpass 500,000 former students and record more than 500,000 degrees granted since its opening in the fall of 1876.
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  • Texas A&M School of Law Graduates to Serve as Judicial Law Clerks

    April 23, 2019
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    Newly-appointed judicial law clerks and class of 2019 students Lynda Charleson, Jordan Curry, Isabelle Hutchinson, and Luis Suarez credit the strong, supportive clerkship program resources at Texas A&M Law, led by the faculty and Office of Career Services, as vital to their success.
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  • Advocacy Teams Win ABA National Semifinalist Honors

    April 22, 2019
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    The Texas A&M University School of Law Advocacy Program ​moot court team of Heather Nichols, John Robinson and Grant Schauer and the mediation team of Kaitlyn Pound and Derek McKee won ABA national semifinalist honors.
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  • Nonprofit Law Pioneer Applauds ‘Low Bono’ Growth

    April 17, 2019
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    In an ABA Legal Rebel podcast, "legal pioneer" Professor Luz Herrera, Associate Dean for Experiential Education, discusses different models to address the access to justice gap, such as subsidizing low bono legal representation and nonprofit law firms, and how this work impacts communities and the individual lawyers.
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  • Prof. Murphy Receives Distinguished Achievement Award

    April 5, 2019
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    Texas A&M University School of Law Instructional Associate Professor John Murphy has been selected to receive a Texas A&M University Distinguished Achievement Award in the category of teaching.
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  • Clinic Students Help Win Case for Detained Immigrant

    April 3, 2019
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    Texas A&M University School of Law Immigrant Rights Clinic students won protection under the Convention Against Torture for a client from Somalia. Students and advisers obtained an emergency stay of removal, reopened his case and won it.
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  • Prof. Sobol Testifies Before Texas House Committee

    March 30, 2019
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    Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Neil Sobol testified in support of Texas House Bill 996 before the Texas House Committee on ​Pensions, ​Investments and ​Financial ​Services. The bill aims to prevent "zombie debt" and require debt buyers to provide notice when collecting on time-barred debts.
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  • Basketball background: Texas A&M student has a legal goal

    March 18, 2019
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    Texas A&M University School of Law first-year law student Lora Naismith, great-great-granddaughter of basketball's inventor, Dr. James Naismith, shares her thoughts on her famous family, basketball and international intellectual property.
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  • Harvard Latinx Law Review Publishes Student Article

    March 13, 2019
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    Kevin Hernandez, Texas A&M Journal of Property Law editor-in-chief, has accepted an offer from the Harvard Latinx Law Review to publish his article "The Implications of Environmental Law and Latino Property Rights on Modern-Age Border Security: Rejecting a Physical Border and Embracing a Virtual Wall."
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  • Students Explore Borderlands, Perform Pro Bono Work in Rio Grande Valley

    March 7, 2019
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    Texas A&M University School of Law students, faculty and staff, along with history and engineering undergraduate and graduate students from College Station, traveled to the Rio Grande Valley to gain a better understanding of the border region.
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