Texas A&M University School of Law faculty members are asked to speak internationally about topics they know will impact the global community.
- March 28-30: Professor William Byrnes is a featured speaker for the Legal Ed 2030 Conference, What Does the Future Hold?
- April 10-11: Professor Gabriel Eckstein will deliver the keynote presentation at the "Binational Summit on Transboundary Groundwater at the US-Mexico Border," organized by the International Boundary and Water Commission, United States and Mexico (IBWC) in El Paso, Texas. This conference represents one of the very first efforts ever to discuss how the U.S. and Mexico should manage groundwater. https://nmwrri.nmsu.edu/IBWC/2019
- April 23-25: Professor Gabriel Eckstein is a panelist for the "Water Policy to Address Change" session at the Two Nations-One Nation Water: US-Mexico Border Water Summit 2019 in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Water scarcity, climate change and a growing population are stressing existing freshwater resources on the Mexico-US border. https://www.twonationsonewater.org
- March 2019: Professor Thomas Mitchell spoke at the University of San Francisco about the gentrification of San Francisco's iconic Fillmore district, a former center of African American activity, resulting in substantial displacement of many African Americans. Thomas was also the Spring 2019 Scholar-in-Residence at the U.C. Berkeley School of Law Thelton Henderson Center for Social Justice where he presented the Ruth Chance Lecture on Addressing Property Injustices for Disadvantaged Communities: By All Necessary Means.
- March 2019: Professor Carol Pauli delivered a presentation, Negotiation for the Poynter Institute's Leadership Academy for Women in Digital Media.