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THE DEAN'S ROUNDUP
Howdy!

This issue of the Aggie Law Reporter includes news of a number of exciting accomplishments by our faculty and students, but I want to highlight one that captures what is exciting about what is going on here at Texas A&M School of Law: our students’ victory in the AALA Quiz Bowl. This is particularly exciting for several reasons. First, it was a win in our first ever appearance in this contest. Second, it captures the importance of our collaborations with other TAMU colleges. Working with the College of Agriculture, we’ve hired some outstanding faculty (Profs. Vanessa Casado Pérez and Thomas Mitchell) and produced some outstanding programs (two excellent symposia over the last two years on key issues in the intersection of law and agriculture). This is a great illustration of how the strengths of Texas A&M University are helping us make the law school a success.

I wish you and yours a joyful holiday season!

Andy
AROUND CAMPUS


Texas A&M, Tarleton State co-host nation's first consent decree conference.

Texas A&M University School of Law and Tarleton State University’s Department of Criminology, Criminal Justice and Strategic Studies sponsored a conference, “Implementation of Police Department Consent Decrees: Working Together Toward Institutional Change,” in Fort Worth on Nov. 4-5, 2016.

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FACULTY


Professor Neal Newman named 2016 Law Distinguished Achievement Recipient.


The Association of Former Students has named Texas A&M University School of Law Professor Neal Newman the law school recipient of the 2016 Distinguished Achievement Award: College Level. Faculty members across the Texas A&M system are recognized by TAFS every fall for their “talent, expertise, and devotion to conveying knowledge to students.”

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Professor Sahar Aziz Testifies before U.S. House Homeland Security Committee. 


Professor Sahar Aziz testified before the U.S. House of Representatives Homeland Security Committee, Subcommittee on Oversight and Management Efficiency on Sept. 22, 2016, in Washington, D.C. In a hearing titled “Identifying the Enemy: Radical Islamist Terror,” Aziz offered her expertise on national security and the Middle East to Congressional members. 

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Professor Gabriel Eckstein lectures in UN-EU Seminar. 


Professor Gabriel Eckstein addresed United Nations representatives from the European Union on the topic of international law and transboundary groundwater resources.


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STUDENTS






Advocacy Program celebrates nationwide success.

 

The Aggie Law Advocacy Program claims victories in nationwide mock trail, negotiation and dispute resolution competitions.

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Byron Bailey receives Dallas Bar Diversity Scholarship.

 

2L Byron Bailey was named a recipient of the Dallas Bar Foundation’s Sarah T. Hughes Diversity Scholarship. The scholarship, founded in 1981, “was established to increase the diversity of the legal community in Dallas.”

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Aggie Law Brings Home Quiz Bowl Victory.

 

Texas A&M University School of Law earned top honors in their first year of participation in the 2016 American Agricultural Law Association (AALA) Quiz Bowl competition, held Oct. 7-8, 2016 in Oklahoma City.

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FORMER STUDENT SPOTLIGHT







Sarah Cary '13 continues passion for helping children.

 

Sarah Cary was the first graduate to be hooded from Texas A&M University School of Law in December 2013. She was also awarded the Equal Justice Award for her more than 1,600 hours of pro bono work. Those hard working hours revealed her true passion: helping children. Sarah has wanted to be an advocate for neglected and abused children. Today, Sarah is an Assistant District Attorney for the Collin County District Attorney's Office. She is in the Family Justice Division, specifically in the Child Protective Services Division, which is a felony division. As one of four ADAs in her division, Sarah represents the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services. "It is the most rewarding job I have ever had," she said. "It is amazing to help protect children and help families."

 



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