September 2017


STCL Houston community responds with compassion after Hurricane Harvey

It has been only a few weeks since Hurricane Harvey struck Houston, destroying homes and upturning the lives of individuals across the city. Just days later, Florida and the rest of the Southeast faced similar challenges during Hurricane Irma. In the wake of these disasters, we have been encouraged and inspired by how our communities have united to find hope and forge a path forward. Read More


Alumni Association launches two new affinity chapters

The Alumni Association is always looking for new ways to develop, support, and enhance relationships between alumni. Recently, the Alumni Association Board of Directors approved the establishment of two new affinity chapters as another way to bring together alumni with common interests and experiences. Read More


Distinguished Alumni Award – Kim Ogg ‘86

This year’s Distinguished Alumna is Harris County District Attorney Kim Ogg ’86. A native Houstonian, Ogg has been a dedicated legal practitioner and a nationally recognized victims’ rights advocate for nearly three decades.
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Public Service Award – Marc Eichenbaum ‘08

Marc Eichenbaum ’08 is the recipient of the Alumni Association’s 2017 Public Service Award, presented each year to an STCL Houston graduate who has done significant and sustained work in a public service position. Eichenbaum chose a career in public service for the same reason he chose to study law: a desire to initiate change and help others. Read More


Young Alumni Award – Courtney Carlson '08

Courtney T. Carlson ‘08 is the recipient of the 2017 Young Alumni Award. This award honors an alumnus or alumna who has graduated in the past 10 years and has made significant contributions in leadership and service to South Texas College of Law Houston and to the legal profession. Carlson, recently named partner in the litigation section at Jackson Walker, took an interest in law from an early age. Read More


Student Summer Stories

During the summer break, South Texas College of Law students were busy. From clerkships to summer association positions, students worked to hone their professional skills and make themselves more attractive to future employers. Read More


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