The National Jurist has released its list ofthe 20 Most Influential People in Legal Education, and Texas A&M School of Law Dean Robert B. Ahdieh took the fifth-place spot. The list features national figures in legal practice and education,whoare advancing positive changein the field. The list is cultivated and narrowed down through a nomination process and voting by law school deans nationwide.
With an ever-growing list of milestones under its belt, Texas A&M UniversitySchool of Law iscommemoratingthe 10thanniversary of joining the Aggie family. Since theuniversity’s 2013 acquisition of the law school,Texas A&M Law has produced hundreds ofAggie legal professionals, brought together a world-class faculty,and taken its place as one of the nation’s leading law schools.
The Texas A&M School of Law Alumni Board has established a new scholarship honoring Lynne Rambo, who retired from the faculty in 2020. The Professor Emerita Lynne Rambo Endowed Scholarship will be awarded to qualified students who embody excellence and dedication to legal education.
Fort Worth Inc. Magazine named Dean Robert B. Ahdieh among its 2023Fort Worth 400 list. The annual listobserves 400local standouts in sectors ranging fromart, business, education, government, health, real estate, and more.This is the second time Dean Ahdieh has made the 400 list.
Texas A&M School of Law and Professor Irene Calboli co-hosted the annual IP & Innovation Researchers of Asia Conference (IPIRA)in March.The Fifth IPIRA Conferencewas held in Singapore as a collaboration between the IPIRA Network, Texas A&M Law, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Academy, the World Trade Organization (WTO), Nanyang Technological University, the Ahmad Ibrahim Kulliyyah of Laws, International Islamic University Malaysia, the Faculty of Law, Universitas Indonesia, and the Faculty of Law, University of Geneva.
On November 10, Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp announced plans to build a new Texas A&M research campus and collaborative innovation hub in downtown Fort Worth.
“The A&M System is making a Texas-sized commitment to Fort Worth,” Sharp said. “Welcome to Aggieland North.”
Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp, along with government and business leaders from Fort Worth and across Texas, announced plans today to build a new research campus and collaborative innovation hub in downtown Fort Worth.
Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP is pleased to announce the addition of three Texas A&M Law graduates to its roster of new, Fort Worth office attorneys.
Texas A&M School of Law in downtown Fort Worth celebrates alumni at its first Alumni Legacy Awards reception Saturday, September 11 from 6-8 p.m. at the Fort Worth Club. Recipients are graduates who have made noteworthy contributions to the legal field and the community. Among them is Mayor Mattie Parker, publicized as the youngest mayor of a top-25 U.S. city by KERA News.
Coordinated by the Texas A&M Law Alumni Board, the awards program is designed to honor law school graduates annually with an awards process, culminating with a celebratory event. Board president and partner at Katten Benson Zachry, LLP Dana Zachry has spent her tenure determined to keep momentum high in uncertain times.
“The Alumni Board of Directors has been able to accomplish more than I would have expected in the year of COVID,” she says. “We have succeeded in bringing the alumni community together in a big way while benefitting our community.”
The Texas A&M University School of Law Alumni Board is pleased to announce the 2021 Alumni Legacy Awards recipients. This new program has been created to recognize outstanding law school alumni for their individual achievements, contributions to their professions, service to their community, and loyalty to the law school.
Join us as we celebrate the recipients at the 2021 Alumni Legacy Awards Reception on Saturday, September 11, 2021 from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Fort Worth Club. For tickets and sponsorship information, click here.