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Alumnus Funds Distinguished Faculty Professorship at STCL Houston, Challenges Other South Texas Graduates to Follow His Lead

Houston attorney Alexander A. Kuiper ’13 has established an endowed distinguished professorship of national security law at South Texas College of Law Houston (STCL Houston) in anticipation of the law school’s centennial year in 2023. With a substantial gift, Kuiper and his wife, Hillary, established the Gary A. Kuiper Distinguished Professorship of National Security Law […]
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FACULTY IN THE NEWS

The Washington Examiner and MSN quoted Professor Josh Blackman in an article titled, “Jewish leaders sue over Andrew Cuomo’s ‘blatantly anti-Semitic’ coronavirus orders.”

TheHour quoted Professor Amanda Peters in an article titled, “Netflix’s ‘Cuties’ Sparks a Culture War in a Tiny Texas Town.”

World Magazine referenced Visiting Scholar Andrew Kim in an article titled, “Mistaken Identity.”

Houston Public Media quoted Professor Charles “Rocky” Rhodes in an article titled, “Hey Voter, the Texas Supreme Court has Seats to Fill Too.”

Professor Geoffrey S. Corn and Professor Njeri Rutledge co-published an editorial in The Hill titled, “The ‘end of the beginning’ in the search for justice for Breonna Taylor.”

CNBC quoted Randall O. Sorrels Legal Clinics Staff Attorney Eric Kwartler in an article titled, “How the CARES Act failed to protect tenants from eviction.”

The Texas Tribune, KPRC (Click2Houston), and KSAT quoted South Texas College of Law Houston President and Dean Michael F. Barry in an article titled, “Upcoming Texas bar exam has law students, deans asking for in-person testing to be scrapped.”

The Christian Science Monitor quoted Professor Kenneth Williams in an article titled, “What happens to rule of law if the law keeps changing?”

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