UTLaw News

December 2010

Podcast: “Same Sex Marriage in the U.S.: Anatomy of a Legal Controversy,” presented by Professor Daniel B. Rodriguez

Professor Dan Rodriguez discusses gay marriage litigation from the last decade and previews potential outcomes of California’s Proposition 8 case. To view the video podcast or download the audio, please visit the Rodriguez podcast page on the Law School’s website.

Events at the School of Law

Ninth Circuit oral arguments in Perry v. Schwarzenegger—the challenge to California’s Proposition 8—broadcast live at UT Law, Monday, December 6, 2010, at noon.

Oral arguments in Kristin M. Perry, et al. v. Arnold Schwarzenegger, et al. will be heard by a panel of three judges of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit on Monday, December 6, 2010. The panel has given consent for live broadcast of the proceeding and the School of Law will make this broadcast available in room 5.206 of the Susman Academic Center in Jones Hall. For more information, please visit the event announcement page on the Law School’s website. Media Services will need to connect to the CSPAN feed.

Law School News

Sculpture honoring the late Honorable James DeAnda, ’50, unveiled at UT Law

Professor Emily Kadens awarded the Sutherland Prize, recognizing best article in English Legal History

Photo of Professors Jane Stapleton and Peter Cane

Professors Jane Stapleton and Peter Cane elected to prestigious Arthur Goodhart Visiting Professorship of Legal Science at Cambridge University

The Massey Prize: Accepting Nominations until December 3, 2010

The School of Law is accepting nominations for the Massey Prize in Law, Innovation, and Capital Markets. $50,000 will be awarded to the scholarly book, article, or body of work that has made a significant contribution to the understanding of law, innovation, and capital markets. The winner of the inaugural Prize will be honored at a major academic conference at the School of Law in the fall of 2011.

Graphic for The UT Law Alumni Association Reunion 2011, Fridday April 15-Saturday April 16 in Austin, TX

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