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Celebration and colloquium on UT-Austin Government Professor Gary Jacobsohn’s book, Constitutional Identity, March 23, 2012

Gary Jacobsohn, Malcolm Macdonald Professor in Constitutional and Comparative Law in the Department of Government at the University of Texas at Austin, will take part in a colloquium and celebration of his recently published book, Constitutional Identity, on Friday, March 23, from 11:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. in the Sheffield Room at the Law School.


Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Ray Bonner to discuss recent book, Anatomy of Injustice, March 5, 2012

Pulitzer Prize–winning journalist Ray Bonner will discuss his recent book, Anatomy of Injustice, at the University of Texas School of Law on March 5, 2012, from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. in TNH 3.142. Bonner’s book recounts the efforts of Diana Holt, ’94, who represented a young mentally disabled man, Edward Lee Elmore, who had been convicted of murdering an elderly woman in Greenwood, South Carolina, in 1982.


WEBCAST: The Honorable Stephen Breyer visits UT Law, discusses Making Our Democracy Work

The Law School welcomed Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to campus on April 4, 2011, for a series of events, including a lively colloquium about his most recent book, Making our Democracy Work. The colloquium was recorded and can be watched on the Law School’s website.


Opinion: Assistant Professor Justin Driver reviews Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion in the New Republic

Justin Driver, an assistant professor at the Law School, has written a review of Seth Stern and Stephen Wermiel’s Justice Brennan: Liberal Champion in the New Republic.


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Law School to host book talk on Tested: How Twelve Wrongly Imprisoned Men Held onto Hope, February 22, 2011

The Law School’s Actual Innocence Clinic and William Wayne Justice Center for Public Interest Law will co-present a book talk with Dorothy Budd, author of Tested: How Twelve Wrongly Imprisoned Men Held onto Hope, on Tuesday, February 22, 2011, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the Sheffield Room at the Law School. Christopher Scott, one of the men profiled in the book, will join her.


An Interview with Karen Engle on her new book on indigenous rights and international law, The Elusive Promise of Indigenous Development: Rights, Culture, Strategy

Read an interview with Karen L. Engle, Cecil D. Redford Professor in Law and director of the Bernard and Audre Rapoport Center for Human Rights and Justice, about her new book, The Elusive Promise of Indigenous Development: Rights, Culture, Strategy. The book was published in fall 2010 by Duke University Press.


Professor Julius Getman’s new book chosen as best on union organizing by AFL-CIO

University of Texas School of Law Professor Julius G. Getman’s new book, Restoring the Power of Unions: It Takes a Movement, has been chosen as the best book on labor organizing in the private sector by Union Privilege, the member benefits arm of the AFL-CIO. The book, published by Yale University Press, will be released on June 27.