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Distinguished Attorney Gives Back to His Law School Alma Mater, Donating $3 Million to Establish The Benny Agosto, Jr. Diversity Center at South Texas College of Law HoustonHouston trial attorney Benny Agosto, Jr.’s recent gift to establish a diversity center at his alma mater, South Texas College of Law Houston, combined two of his life passions: giving […] More »
FACULTY IN THE NEWS
Law360.com interviewed and quoted Professor Bruce McGovern in an article titled “Top Federal Tax Cases Of 2021” discussing if a taxpayer has a seriously delinquent tax debt (as defined by statute), then the IRS is authorized to certify that fact to the State Department, which is then authorized to revoke or deny the individual’s U.S. passport.
Professor Charles “Rocky” Rhodes, the Charles Weigel II Research Professor of State and Federal Constitutional Law, explains what happened in a challenge to Roe v. Wade at the U.S. Supreme Court during an interview with Houston Public Media.
ABC 13 interviewed Professor Ken Williams in a story titled, “Teen claims he was asleep when he stabbed twin sister to death.”
The Washington Times quoted Professor Josh Blackman in an article titled, “Legislation would add more than 75 federal judges to help alleviate court backlogs.”
Community Impact Newspaper quoted Professor Matthew Festa in an article titled, “Houston petition circulators concerned proposals will be left off November ballot.”
Courthouse News Service quoted Professor Dru Stevenson in an article titled, “Federal judge dismisses gunmaker’s suit over New Jersey AG’s subpoena.”
The Texas Standard quoted Staff Attorney Eric Kwartler in an article titled, “Thousands of Houston Evictions Paused During the Pandemic Could Resume in Coming Weeks.”