South Texas College of Law Houston introduces new Bar Exam Preparation Program
Success on the bar exam always has been a priority when developing curriculum, academic policies, and support services at South Texas Law. Discover what programs and services are being implemented to help our students. Get involved as an alumni mentor or learn about our new partnership with Themis Bar Review.
A Look Ahead: Q&A with incoming Alumni Association President Nick Lanza '89
A graduate of 1989, Nick Lanza is a civil trial litigation lawyer and partner at Lanza Law Firm, a statewide practice with offices in Houston and Austin. He is an avid reader who enjoys traveling and has an extensive collection of sports memorabilia.
Special bonds forged at law school last a lifetime
From preparing for mock trial competition to traveling to Spain 40 years later, Donna M. Hilsher ’79 and Jim Evans ’79 have stayed close friends. In a letter from Donna, learn about their lifelong connection.
South Texas Law Named Largest Academic Donor to Houston Food Bank’s 2016 “Share Your Holidays” Drive
Students from South Texas College of Law Houston donated approximately $38,000 to the Houston Food Bank’s 2016 “Share Your Holidays” food drive, equating to nearly 114,000 meals for hungry Houstonians.
New website for South Texas Law
Have you visited our website recently? The newly redesigned stcl.edu features a more modern look, mobile responsive capabilities, and improved navigation for a better user experience. Check it out!
New campaign invites alumni to share their pride
South Texas College of Law Houston recently launched a new campaign to highlight the features that we are most proud of as a law school community. The Points of Pride campaign is an opportunity for you to share what you think makes South Texas Law special while supporting scholarships, educational programs, and other academic opportunities.
Alumni Association awards scholarships to 11 students
This fall, the Alumni Association of South Texas College of Law Houston awarded nearly $47,000 to 11 deserving South Texas Law students. Learn more about each of the students who were selected.