Archive for: UT Law School

 

The Way Back: The Peregrinus

The story of the peregrinus, the mascot and so-called patron saint of the Law School, stretches all the way back to the Roman Empire. Sort of. Around the turn of...

 
 

Regents Order Further Investigation Into UT Law School

A narrowly divided Board of Regents has approved hiring an external party to investigate UT Law and the Law School Foundation. Less than a day after a prominent...

 
 

Introducing Ward Farnsworth, the Latest UT Law Dean

As the new dean of The University of Texas School of Law, Ward Farnsworth will see that the best and worst of outcomes have befallen his predecessors. Former law...

 
 

Interim Dean: Law School Needs Faculty Unity, New External Dean

She hesitates to call it a crisis but concedes it is a word one might use when a university president forces a dean’s resignation mid-semester. Stefanie Lindquist...

 
 

Law School Dean Resigns at President’s Request

The dean of UT’s law school, Larry Sager, has resigned—effective immediately—at the request of his predecessor, now-President Bill Powers. Sager announced...

 
 

UT Has Best Business Professors in Nation, Rankings Show

Test-preparation company the Princeton Review has published two books that are chock-full of college rankings specific to the nation’s law and business schools. In...

 
 
 
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