Welcome to UT Law News, our monthly electronic newsletter. The News is sent to help keep you informed about current events at the University of Texas School of Law.
Professor Ernest Smith, renowned energy law scholar, will teach the nation’s first-ever Wind Law course this spring. Learn more: http://www.utexas.edu/law/news/2007/12212007_smith.html
Join Dean Larry Sager and members of the law faculty at alumni receptions around the country. Formal invitations will be mailed to alumni in these areas, and RSVP’s are requested. You can check online for details as the dates draw closer at http://utdirect.utexas.edu/localn/cal.WBX?search_audience=A, or contact Maria Allen at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|January 17th||McAllen Alumni Luncheon at Casa de Palmas|
Brownsville Alumni Reception at Rodriguez, Colvin, Chaney & Saenz
|March 5th||Orange County Alumni Luncheon|
LA Alumni Reception
|March 6th||San Francisco Alumni Reception|
|March 20th||Tex Lezar Memorial Lecture in Dallas|
|March 25th||New York Prospective Student Reception|
|March 26th||Washington DC Prospective Student Reception|
|April 3rd||Dallas Alumni Reception|
Reunion 2008 at the Law School
NOTE: Special Reunion Alumni Panel Discussion:
My Life Outside the Law
Join us for a panel discussion of UT law grads happily living outside the law. Our panelists, John Massey, ’66, Chairman of the Lehman Private Equity Funds Group in Dallas, Regina Rogoff, ’73, Executive Director of People’s Community Clinic in Austin, Kathryn Holt Richardson, ’95, owner of HR Legal Search in Austin, and Lowell Feldman, ’96, a successful entrepreneur and an adjunct professor at the Law School, will discuss the importance and value of their law degrees in their professions outside the practice of law.
|April 16th||Houston Alumni Reception|
|May 15th||Austin Alumni Reception|
Student Journal Symposia
This listing is current as of January 1, 2008. Go online for registration and other information, as well as updates on other student-organized symposia at http://www.utexas.edu/law/publications/symposia/index.html.
January 24-25, 2008
The Law School’s newest journal will continue its successful run of annual discussion topics with the following: “Investment in Domestic Projects” and “International Issues”
February 1-2, 2008
“Harnessing the Power of Information for the Next Generation of Environmental Law”
February 8, 2008
“The Ninth Annual IP Law Symposium: Bridging the Gap to Future Innovations”
March 3-7, 2008
Texas Journal on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights & The Individual Rights & Responsibilities Section of the Texas State Bar
“The Roberts Court and the Future of the Fourth Amendment”
March 27-28, 2008
Texas International Law Journal & The United States Department of State
“Transport Law for the 21st Century: The New UNCITRAL Convention”
We wish you a happy and prosperous new year!
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