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April Faculty Scholarship

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April 2019

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    March Faculty Media & Scholarship

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    April 2019

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      Texas Tech Law Professors Honored for Teaching and Research Excellence

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      Features

      February 2019

      Two Texas Tech law professors added the Texas Tech University System’s highest faculty honor to their list of accolades. Read more…


        January Faculty Scholarship

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        February 2019

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          Dean Nowlin Delivers Commencement Address at Angelo State University

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          Features

          December 2018

          Dean Jack Wade Nowlin, a San Angelo native and Angelo State University alumnus, delivered the commencement addresses during ASU’s fall graduation ceremonies on Saturday, December 15, in the Junell Center/Stephens Arena. Read more…


            December Faculty Media & Scholarship

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            December 2018

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              Office of Admissions Recognized for Excellence

              Faculty / Staff

              November 2018

              On November 6, 2018, three key members of the law school’s Office of Admissions during 2016-17 were honored by Texas Tech University. Associate Dean Wendy-Adele Humphrey (’01), Assistant Dean Danielle Saavedra (’14), and Senior Admissions Counselor Donna Williams received the campus-wide Distinguished Staff “Guns Up” Award for their extraordinary service and dedication to the University during the previous academic year. More specifically, the Guns Up Award recognizes a team of employees at Texas Tech who fostered cooperation with employees, internal and external, to increase productivity and efficiency in the organization. The team also must demonstrate exemplary effort, contribute to the morale of the department or college, accept responsibility, and demonstrate a positive attitude. Read more…


                Allison Clayton (’07) of Lubbock

                Faculty / Staff

                November 2018

                The National Legal Aid and Defender Association (NLADA) honored Allison Clayton, Deputy Director of the Innocence Project of Texas (IPTX), with the prestigious Arthur von Briesen Award for her extraordinary contributions in support of civil legal aid. The award was presented during the NLADA Annual Conference on Friday, Nov. 2, in Houston.

                The Arthur von Briesen Award honors an attorney who has made substantial volunteer contributions in support of the delivery of civil legal aid and/or indigent defense representation. Started in 1961, the award celebrates the achievements of the first president of NLADA.