Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Lisa Alexander is among the 21 recipients honored for the second annual Presidential Impact Fellows award presented in late October. The award is given to faculty members within the Texas A&M system who embrace grand challenges, commit to core values and embody the unique “can-do” spirit that distinguishes Texas Aggies in service through education.
Soon after Joshua R. Ramirez, recent graduate of Texas A&M University School of Law, found out he passed the Texas Bar Examination, he wanted nothing more than to celebrate this accomplishment by having a private swearing-in ceremony at the law school. In the law school’s courtroom, he was surrounded by his immediate family, a few Aggie friends and Judge Joe Spurlock II, a professor who he admires.
Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Peter Yu contributes an essay to the Yale Journal on Regulation online symposium titled, “Key Insights from Intellectual Property and the New International Economic Order.” The Yale Journal on Regulation is one of the nation’s top-ranked administrative and corporate law journals. This particular symposium critically examines Professor Sam Halabi's new book, “Intellectual Property and the New International Economic Order,”published by Cambridge University Press.
Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Glynn Lunney's book,"Copyright's Excess: Money and Music in the US Recording Industry," was the focal point of discussion for renown copyright scholars from the United States and Canada. This event was hosted by Professors Stephen Yelderman and Stephanie Bair of the University of Notre Dame Law School. The Intellectual Property (IP) scholars met at Notre Dame Law School to discuss Professor Lunney's book.
Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Felix Mormann was the commentator for the Third Annual Research Roundtable on Energy Regulation, Technology, and Transaction Costs: Cross-Cutting Perspectives held at Northwestern Law School early November.
Civil rights attorney Dexter Wimbish met with Texas A&M University School of Law Community Development Clinic students who facilitated the installation of a Heritage Trail Marker commemorating Dr. King's 1959 visit to Fort Worth. Read more.
Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Felix Mormann discusses Exxon Mobil Corporation's move to give one million dollars to make climate change a priority with Knowledge@Wharton, a live broadcasting radio show on SiriusXM channel 132.
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Texas A&M University and the Women Former Students' Network selects Texas A&M University Law Professor Huyen Pham for the Eminent Scholar Award.