South Texas College of Law Houston

Involvement in the legal community helps the Clinic team stay current with practice trends, identify legal needs in the community, and expand student opportunities. During the Spring and Summer 2016 semesters, that professional involvement took many forms: Board and Committee Participation Boat People SOS, Houston Executive Committee, Vinh Ho Fe y Justicia Worker Center Board […]

This spring, South Texas College of Law Houston hosted the state’s first Marshall-Brennan moot court competition, in which more than 30 high school students from the West and North Central campuses of Yes Prep argued a fictional First Amendment case in courtrooms throughout the Law School. Judges, comprised of South Texas Law faculty, practitioners, judges, […]

Carlos Calderon, Clinical Teaching Fellow Carlos Andres Villejo Calderon earned his JD from Cornell in 2012 and his undergraduate degree in government from the University of Texas at Austin in 2004. A native of Houston, Carlos joins our clinical teaching community after several lengthy stints in Austin with the Texas Legislature. Between undergraduate and law […]

• Thirteen South Texas College of Law Houston students gave more than 40 hours of service each in the Texas Access to Justice Commission’s Pro Bono Spring Break project. • South Texas Law sponsored its third annual VITA tax program, serving more than 100 clients with help from more than 10 students and Associate Dean […]

 Immigration Clinic Asylum/Human Trafficking Clinic Veterans Clinic Family Law Clinics Intellectual Property Clinics Marshall-Brennan Constitutional Literacy Clinic Domestic Violence Clinic Probate and Estate Planning Clinics   Immigration Clinic Sponsoring an onsite immigration clinic had long been on students’ wish lists. The clinic completed its second semester of operation with a full student enrollment and waiting […]