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STCL Houston Earns National Acclaim for In-Person Commencement Ceremonies Despite COVID-19

South Texas College of Law Houston recently earned national acclaim for its innovation in providing in-person commencement ceremonies for new graduates despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Reporter Karen Sloan lauded Houston’s oldest law school in a Law.com article titled, “Bust Out Those Caps and Gowns. In-Person Commencement is Back at Some Law Schools.” In the story, […]
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FACULTY IN THE NEWS

KVUE-TV interviewed Professor Kenneth Williams for a story titled, “Travis County DA believes enough evidence to prove Rosa Jimenez ‘likely innocent.’”

News Radio 740 (KTRH) quoted Professor Josh Blackman in an article titled, “Ruling to the Right: Supreme Court Settles In.”

Professor Njeri Mathis Rutledge published an editorial in USA Today titled, “Weary but undaunted: Black women made the Joe Biden-Kamala Harris inauguration happen.”

Professor Charles “Rocky” Rhodes was a guest on Houston Public Media’s “Town Square with Ernie Manouse” show to discuss, “How History May View Donald J. Trump.”

The Houston Chronicle quoted Professor Richard Carlson in an article titled, “Can you be required to get a COVID-19 vaccine before going back to work?”

MSN quoted Associate Dean and Professor Catherine Greene Burnett in an article titled, “Eviction crisis looms as millions rely on federal moratorium expiring this month.”

Fox 26 Houston quoted Staff Attorney Eric Kwartler in an article titled, “Constable offers free legal help as Houston has 2nd highest eviction cases in country.”

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Our 19 clinics offer students the chance to learn valuable, real-world legal skills by providing critical legal representation to traditionally under-represented populations.