Convened by law professors Lynne Rambo, Meg Penrose and Brian Holland, 26 Texas A&M University School of Law students, staff and faculty including Dean Robert B. Ahdieh read the U.S. Constitution for more than one hour on September 17. The day marked the document's 232nd birthday. Texas A&M University and other federally-funded, education institutions are required every year to commemorate the U.S. Constitution on or around its signing date.
Only in America can a person's story that could affect a major decision be heard before an audience of high-ranking officials, says Texas A&M University Law Professor Lynne Rambo during an interview with KRLD news radio 1080 reporter Andrew Greenstein. A professor of constitutional law and Supreme Court law, Rambo has required one of her classes to watch coverage of the Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh hearings. Students must provide 500-800-word commentaries on whom they find more credible. She stresses to students that members of the judiciary committee should "reserve judgement" before hearing testimony.