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Report: UT a Top School for Producing Millionaire Grads

This week, we learned that UT alums are some of the most employable grads around. Now we know that they’re also some of the most successful—at least when...

 
 

Anthony Graves Honors His Defender With UT Law Scholarship

In 1994, Anthony Graves was convicted of six murders that he did not commit. He spent 18 years in prison, 12 of them on death row, and he fully expected never to...

 
 

UT’s Law Degree Ranked Most Valuable

Everything’s bigger in Texas—including the value of a law degree. The University of Texas’ School of Law nabbed the No. 1 spot on U.S. News’ list of schools...

 
 

UT Law Professor Raises Pulses on Race in Admissions

In 1997, Texas Monthly called UT’s Lino Graglia “the most controversial law professor in America.” This week, he’s living up to that title by raising pulses...

 
 

Report Recommends Ending Law School Forgiveable Loans

A loan program aimed at recruiting and retaining top talent at the University of Texas Law School should end, according to a report from the UT System released Tuesday....

 
 

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Lino Graglia, Law

Photo by Jay B Sauceda Since 1966, Lino Graglia has been teaching the same two courses: constitutional law and antitrust. But consider the course names misnomers,...

 
 
 
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