LAW SCHOOL NEWS
South Texas College of Law Houston Recognized By The Princeton Review for Quality Learning Environment and Accessible, Interesting Professors
The Princeton Review has named South Texas College of Law Houston to its 2023 Best Law Schools list. Citing the law school’s “outstanding academics,” The Princeton Review noted that South […] More »
FACULTY IN THE NEWS
STCL Houston Dean Burnett and Ashley Cromika ’21 were recently featured on “Houston Matters” on Houston Public Media, and discussed playing a role in petitioning the U.S. Army to restore honor to 110 Black U.S. Army soldiers involved in the 1917 Houston riots. Listen to the interview and read more here.
Numerous local and national media outlets have covered the Camp Logan story, and the story continues to gain momentum. Here are just a few of the story links: NY Times, Houston Chronicle, KHOU, BET, The Root, San Antonio, KIRO, ABC News, LA Times, WFMJ, Black Enterprise, The Guardian, People Magazine.
STCL Houston Professor Josh Blackman spoke with The New York Ledger about one of the latest Supreme Court hearings, read more here.
STCL Houston Assistant Dean of Admissions and Student Engagement Alicia Cramer sat on a panel for aspiring law school students at Prairie View A&M University, read more here.
STCL Houston Professor Rocky Rhodes spoke with Houston Public Media about Galveston County voting maps, listen here.
STCL Houston student Clayton Rainey wins immigration law scholarship, read more here.
ABC13 and Houston Public Media recently featured ABC News veteran John Quiñones, who presented this year’s Agosto Diversity Lecture, hosted by South Texas Law’s Benny Agosto, Jr. Diversity Center.
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