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 Professor Amanda Peters was recently interviewed by the Houston Chronicle regarding the Ken Paxton impeachment trial. Peters stated, “For me, this trial goes beyond just the facts of Paxton’s actions or even the credibility of the witnesses; it’s about establishing a limit to their support.” Read the full article here.
STCL Houston Professor Josh Blackman engaged in a discussion with KPRC Channel 2 concerning the ongoing legal dispute regarding buoys in the Rio Grande Valley. You can view the interview here.
Professor Josh Blackman spoke with the Washington Times about the Jan. 6 cases, suggesting, “The court’s decisions may directly or indirectly impact Trump. I anticipate the court will stay out of the fray unless the United States files an appeal.” Read more here.
STCL Houston Professor Dru Stevenson offered insights to the Washington Times on the gun charges facing Hunter Biden. Find more details here.
STCL Houston Professor Josh Blackman discussed Trump’s Jan. 6-related criminal case with The Messenger. He stated, “I think it is very unlikely that the Supreme Court intervenes before a final judgment.” Read the article here.
STCL Houston Professor Charles “Rocky” Rhodes, featured on Texas Public Radio this month, discussed the new Texas law that imposes extensive limitations on local ordinances passed by cities and counties. He commented, “There is effectively no judgment now that the law is unconstitutional.” Learn more here.
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