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For more than 32 years, Denise Bradley ’86 served the citizens of Harris County as an assistant district attorney and then as judge of the Texas 262nd Criminal District Court. As a prosecutor, she tried over 200 cases, including three capital murder cases related to the deaths of Houston police officers. She served as the […]
Through the use of technology we have been able to update our procedure for replacing lost ID cards. In the past, we have had to take photographs in-person as well as receive payment for replacement ID cards. This process has been automated for greater convenience. Please CLICK HERE to request your replacement ID card. […]
We’d like to send you something special. We have a tradition that every new in-coming student at South Texas gets a unique t-shirt, designed exclusively for our 1L students. To get your t-shirt, just let us know your mailing address for the upcoming month, and what size you’d like for us to send to you. […]
Laura Edstrom, collections coordinator in the Fred Parks Law Library at South Texas College of Law Houston, is skilled at helping students access key library resources. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has revealed another of her admirable skills: finding blessings among the many challenges of this unprecedented experience. Edstrom’s positive outlook is especially impressive given the […]
You are “making it work in the age of COVID-19” and WE WANT TO HEAR YOUR STORIES! Despite hardships and modified schedules, the South Texas family is overcoming challenges, altering routines, and creating a new “normal” as you balance distance learning, studying, working from home, parenting, caring for loved ones, exercising, socializing, and more! We […]