School of Law Alumni
St. Mary’s Law has over 9,000 alumni across the United States and in countries around the world. Our alumni make up a network of more than 9,000 accomplished individuals practicing law, leading businesses, teaching, governing, advocating, raising families, and making their communities a better place.
The strength of this network grows through the participation and support of our alumni, who contribute their expertise and financial means. We invite you to get involved!
Gold & Blue Law Edition Magazine
School of Law professor elucidates ethics in the legal fieldJanuary 31, 2023
Legal ethics expert and professor Michael S. Ariens continuously strives to be the type of author he wants to read. He hopes to be that author who writes the book on the niche topic his readers need most.
St. Mary’s Law graduates nine alumni from one familyJanuary 31, 2023
The St. Mary’s University School of Law graduates alumni from all over the world, but the Dowd family from St. Louis produces School of Law graduates en masse.
Nationally ranked Advocacy Program prepares court-ready lawyersJanuary 31, 2023
Walking into the St. Mary’s University School of Law’s Raba Building, it’s easy to get distracted by the numerous trophies. But those awards, earned by the School of Law’s Advocacy Program, represent tournament placements and are points of pride for a program that has produced national champions.
Alumna uses her experience to create judicial clerkshipsJanuary 31, 2023
The Hon. Marina Garcia Marmolejo is using her experience to create judicial clerkship opportunities for School of Law students. She is a Laredo-based federal district judge for the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.
Pipeline program makes law school a reality for high school studentsJanuary 31, 2023
The Office of Pipeline Initiatives finds ways to demystify law school for high school students to make their law school dreams a reality.
School of Law celebrates faculty, staff who have served decadesJanuary 31, 2023
This year marks a milestone for several faculty members, celebrating decades of dedicated service to the St. Mary’s University School of Law.
Clerkships add employment security and prestige to law graduate’s repertoiresDecember 16, 2022
St. Mary’s School of Law graduates secure judicial clerkship opportunities through a new clerkship program.
M.Jur. alumnus combines forensic psychology with law studiesDecember 06, 2022
The question that drives forensic psychologist John Delatorre is why an individual commits a crime. He applies psychology to consult on criminal, civil and family law cases in his work. He’ll soon apply his Master of Jurisprudence education to his work as well.
MBA/J.D. student finds nontraditional path to successNovember 30, 2022
A single teen mom. A successful business owner. And now a dual-degree student at St. Mary’s University attaining her MBA and J.D. Vanessa Ortega has paved her own path to success and helps others find theirs.
Law student founds nonprofit group for young runnersNovember 16, 2022
For his nonprofit Running Down a Dream, Shawn Barnett led a group of 14 school-aged children and their parents through warm-up stretches. Before starting their run, Barnett, a second-year J.D. student at the St. Mary’s University School of Law, tells everyone to set a reasonable, achievable goal for themselves.
Tamales, cafecito and blessings bring the Rio Grande Valley family spirit to St. Mary’s Law studentsSeptember 26, 2022
The smell of warm tamales and hot coffee bring to mind the warmth and aroma of home for some St. Mary’s University School of Law students.
Graduating J.D. student finds her “why” at St. Mary’s LawMay 19, 2022
Rosa Peterson, scheduled to graduate from the St. Mary’s University School of Law on May 21, has donated her time to various organizations during her studies.
The Defining Moment Comprehensive Campaign funds the future of St. Mary’s LawMarch 25, 2022
Donors to the St. Mary’s Law campaign endowed transformational scholarships and professorships, funded cutting-edge facilities, enabled first-generation student programming and propelled law success efforts.
Defining Moment: Law alumnus expresses gratitude for Catholic Intellectual TraditionMarch 25, 2022
The emphasis on the Catholic Intellectual Tradition, according to Martin D. Beirne (J.D. ’69), means that St. Mary’s University focuses on developing the whole person, not just handing students a degree.
Defining Moment: Thanks to donor, program prepares first-generation students for law schoolMarch 25, 2022
Prior to starting at the St. Mary’s University School of Law, first-year J.D. student Majestad Barragan did not know who or what to expect in her classes.
Defining Moment: Law alumnus donates to nurture next generation of lawyersMarch 25, 2022
Steven Michael Peña Sr. (J.D. ’94), a partner at Davidson Troilo Ream & Garza, PC in San Antonio, feels law students who underperform are easily overlooked.
Defining Moment: Alumnus practices what he preaches through giftsMarch 25, 2022
John R. Courtney Sr. (B.A. ’61, J.D. ’67) encourages any student looking for a great leadership and educational opportunity to join the Army ROTC at St. Mary’s University.
Defining Moment: D.C. attorney promotes advocacy programMarch 25, 2022
For Erich Ferrari (J.D. ’06), founder and principal attorney of Ferrari & Associates, the St. Mary’s University School of Law was the starting point for developing his practice as a sanctions lawyer.
Defining Moment: Couple donates to support law student successMarch 25, 2022
Coll Bramblett (J.D. ’80) applied to many law schools, but only the St. Mary’s University School of Law gave him a chance to become a lawyer, so he took it.
Award-winning Texas winemaker remembers his St. Mary’s Law rootsMarch 21, 2022
Ron Yates (J.D. ’05) owns Spicewood Vineyards in the Texas Hill Country. After being in the wine-making business for 15 years, he’s learned to roll with the bunches.
New St. Mary’s Law professor shares love of puffy tacos, bullfighting and classroom funMarch 18, 2022
Even after graduating in 2017 as a new lawyer, Emilio Longoria, J.D., quickly realized that he was drawn to legal issues with no easy answer.
St. Mary’s Law launches the one and only fully online J.D. program accredited by the ABAMarch 15, 2022
This academic year, St. Mary’s Law became the first law school in the nation to have a fully online J.D. program accredited by the American Bar Association (ABA).
Law journal symposium hosts Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and national immigration expertsMarch 04, 2022
If there’s one thing Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Sonia Nazario wanted attendees of the 2022 Immigration Symposium to understand, it’s that immigrant children who come to the U.S. alone face an arduous journey.
Annual symposium emphasizes importance of ethics in the legal professionFebruary 10, 2022
During the 21st Annual Symposium on Legal Malpractice and Ethics held in late January at the Bexar County Courthouse, attendees heard topics ranging from future policies the legal profession could implement to lawyers’ perceptions of themselves.
St. Mary’s Law graduates look to the futureDecember 17, 2021
This week, the St. Mary’s University School of Law celebrated the accomplishments of 50 students. The ceremony honored 22 Master of Jurisprudence (M.Jur.) graduates, 22 Doctor of Jurisprudence (J.D.) graduates and six Master of Laws (LL.M.) graduates.
Students, faculty offer advice for overcoming imposter syndromeNovember 23, 2021
When first-year J.D. student Julia Awad received her first semester’s grades at the St. Mary’s University School of Law in Fall 2020, she thought they were a fluke.
World Kindness Day is year-round at St. Mary’sNovember 13, 2021
At St. Mary’s Law, many registered student organizations (RSOs) promote treating others with kindness , including the St. Mary’s 1L Edification Program (SM1LE), an RSO that helps first-year J.D. students adjust to law school life by connecting them with second- and third-year J.D. student mentors.
Five tips for first-year J.D. studentsAugust 20, 2021
In your first year of law school, it’s easy to feel like you’re drowning. Everything feels so different from your undergraduate experience. The assigned readings never seem to end. Here are five tips I learned as a J.D. student in the Class of 2023 that may help incoming law students find success from the very start.
J.D. students with military backgrounds click with St. Mary’s valuesJuly 28, 2021
Despite having no family or connections in San Antonio, U.S. Air Force Staff Sgt. Rachel Barr found comfort in one of the core values of the St. Mary’s University School of Law — service.
J.D. students juggle law school challenges while raising their familiesJuly 28, 2021
Law school isn’t easy, but in addition to all of the usual challenges, some students at the St. Mary’s University School of Law must also balance school life with raising a family.
St. Mary’s Law celebrates five-year anniversary of Master of Jurisprudence ProgramJuly 06, 2021
This year marks the five-year anniversary of the St. Mary’s University School of Law Master of Jurisprudence Program.
San Antonio’s City Clerk uses Master of Jurisprudence degree to advance her careerJuly 01, 2021
At age 12, desperate for healthy home life, Tina Flores (M.Jur. ’17) fought to be in foster care. Her mother was battling drug addiction, unable to care for Flores and her siblings. Her father was in prison. They had no food, electricity or hope. Even as a child, Flores knew she had to escape the toxic environment and sought emancipation from her parents to begin her life anew.
St. Mary’s lawyer heads new civil rights division in Bexar CountyJune 30, 2021
One of alumnus Daryl Harris’ favorite quotes comes from Charles Hamilton Houston, an attorney who played a role in dismantling the Jim Crow laws: “A lawyer is either a social engineer or a parasite on society.”
Mentor Circles Program connects J.D. students with the legal communityJune 30, 2021
Last fall, St. Mary’s University School of Law Dean Patricia Roberts, J.D., led the law school in a new effort to partner with its alumni and the San Antonio Bar Association and connect second- and third-year J.D. students with experienced lawyer mentors.
Legal tech CEO invents new approach to common legal serviceJune 30, 2021
Even before becoming an expert on expunctions as CEO of San Antonio-based Easy Expunctions, Yousef Kassim (J.D. ’13) was familiar with the process of removing information pertaining to an arrest, charge or conviction from a person’s record.
After a lengthy pursuit, St. Mary’s alum earns two master’s degreesJune 24, 2021
Roberto Ruiz dreamed of earning his master’s degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology (IO) from St. Mary’s University. He made many attempts to get into the program, but after 13 years, he felt the possibility slipping away.
Law student powers through COVID-19, February winter storm, to finish strongJune 07, 2021
Rising second-year J.D. student Michael Tucker, from San Antonio, was halfway through his 47-page brief in the Spring 2021 semester at the St. Mary’s University School of Law when he caught COVID-19 and was out of commission for nearly two weeks.
Recent graduate honed legal writing skills at St. Mary’s LawMay 26, 2021
For most of her undergraduate career, Rebecca Fuller (J.D. ’21) thought she wanted to go into the medical field. It wasn’t until one of her professors called her into his office and asked her to consider pursuing at least a minor in writing that she realized she had a talent for it.
Graduating J.D. student works toward expanding rights of sexual violence survivorsApril 28, 2021
In March 2020, Senate Bill 146 was signed into law in Indiana. The legislation expanded the rights of sexual violence survivors to receive trauma-informed care.
Health care professional overcomes personal obstacles to graduate law degreeFebruary 25, 2021
In 2016, Becky Keller’s (M.Jur. ’19) husband was diagnosed with cancer.
A mother of two, Keller was about to begin her graduate studies when this news hit. Though she was unsure how to balance everything occurring in her personal life, she knew what she needed to do next.
Military veteran continues to serve community through pro bono workJanuary 25, 2021
Third-year J.D. student and decorated U.S. Army veteran Tanya Burke zipped through the pro bono hour requirement for graduation in her first semester at the St. Mary’s University School of Law.
New dean to build on spirit of service at St. Mary’s LawJanuary 12, 2021
The mark of a great law school to Patricia Roberts, J.D., is weaving values of service into the educational mission, while training skilled, competent lawyers — both ethical and formed in faith.
Pivoting with excellence: St. Mary’s Law adapts in response to pandemicJanuary 12, 2021
This year, the St. Mary’s University School of Law community joined together as never before to meet the needs of its student body and the San Antonio region.
Pivoting with excellence: Law students and alumni unite to provide remote services to health care workersJanuary 12, 2021
Several St. Mary’s Law students and alumni joined an effort by the San Antonio Legal Services Association (SALSA) to draft wills for health care workers battling COVID-19 on the frontlines in San Antonio this summer.
Pivoting with excellence: Law associate dean hones sense of gratitude through online transitionJanuary 06, 2021
This fall, Ramona L. Lampley, J.D., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor of Law, kept students engaged through a hybrid of synchronous and asynchronous components, coupled with multiple assessments and a flipped classroom model.
Pivoting with excellence: Law assistant dean forges new digital connectionsJanuary 06, 2021
In some ways, going virtual has made it easier for the Office for Law Student Affairs to meet with students, said Alan K. Haynes, J.D., Assistant Dean for Law Student Affairs. Setting up meetings with students before could be difficult, especially if they lived outside
San Antonio. Even if it’s just a conversation, Haynes will use Zoom instead of the phone to talk to the student.
Pivoting with excellence: Law externship director helps prep students for virtual practiceJanuary 06, 2021
Hustling to move the law school’s Externship Program online by summer, Amanda Rivas (J.D. ’09), Director of Externships, said her main focus was on supporting externship supervisors and externs as they switched to remote working environments, ensuring that students would continue to receive challenging work and feedback.
Pivoting with excellence: Law associate dean brings legal topics into focus through online instructionJanuary 06, 2021
Even before COVID-19 hit, Colin P. Marks, J.D., Associate Dean for Graduate and Summer Programs and Ernest W. Clemens Professor of Law, was certified to teach classes online. So, when he pivoted his approach mid-semester last spring, his students continued to learn through short video lectures with quizzes and a once-a-week Zoom session to discuss learning objectives and questions.
Pivoting with excellence: All-star professor leads the way for national virtual advocacy competitionsJanuary 06, 2021
The day that A.J. Bellido de Luna, J.D., Hardy Director of Advocacy and Service Professor, was supposed to cancel the St. Mary’s University School of Law’s Lone Star Classic for the fall, three other advocacy competitions had been canceled.
Law alumna creates paths for the overlooked and underservedJanuary 05, 2021
Law alumna creates paths for the overlooked and underserved. After a 20-year law career, Raquel Tamez (J.D. ’98) set on a new course as CEO of the Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE).
Big Solve: Housing as a Human RightJuly 02, 2020
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, on any given day in the Bexar County court system, you could find a long line of unrepresented tenants and homeowners about to lose their homes. The outcome was almost certain. Tenants would be evicted. Homeowners would be foreclosed.
School of Law project aids the wrongfully convictedJune 17, 2020
It took 15 years in prison to understand who she was, but Gricelda Moreno knows — she is strong, she has found her faith and she understands what domestic abuse is.
Colorado lawyer fights to bring high-speed internet to rural AmericaJune 17, 2020
In some parts of rural Colorado, access to high-speed internet could look like a trip to the local Walmart parking lot or the public library, a barrier which can affect access to justice.
Assistant Dean of Law Admissions experiences a defining moment with new J.D. students every fallApril 22, 2020
As the School of Law’s Assistant Dean of Admissions, Cathy Casiano says her favorite time of year is seeing the new faces of each fall’s incoming J.D. class.
Donations help put School of Law vision within graspNovember 19, 2019
The St. Mary’s University School of Law challenges each of its students to become knowledgeable and skilled leaders in the law, working to improve their community through justice.
Gifts to the Law Success Program help boost legal educationNovember 19, 2019
The mission of the Law Success Program is to help prepare students for success in school, on the bar exam and in practice. To accomplish this mission, the program takes an innovative, data-driven approach to student growth by using assessments and data gathering to plan legal skills development, bar exam initiatives and individual academic counseling.
Multitalented law alum rises to the top of his fieldNovember 13, 2019
Claude Ducloux (J.D. ’76) of Austin is all these things but, most of all, he is the “Dear Abby” for lawyers who need advice on handling sensitive situations. He educates more than 900 attorneys each month through a legal education webcast.
Law professor champions civil rights, education issuesNovember 13, 2019
The public school education finance case, Edgewood ISD v. Kirby, had previously been won at the district court level, but was overturned by the Court of Appeals for the Fifth District of Texas. Now, it was before the Supreme Court of Texas in 1989.
Distinguished alumna has volunteered with St. Mary’s for more than 20 yearsJune 26, 2019
As a board-certified commercial real estate lawyer, Sara E. Dysart (B.A. ’74, J.D. ’81) is as comfortable making deals as she is baking up shellfish at Fiesta Oyster Bake year after year.
Law student who gives back surprised with custom suit in returnJune 21, 2019
When third-year St. Mary’s University School of Law student Tanisha Taylor walked into the Patel Gaines San Antonio law office for a small reception last week, the last thing she expected was that she’d be fitted for a custom-tailored suit.
Law Commencement student speaker succeeds despite personal trialsMay 13, 2019
Though John Brown’s heart is set on a future in trial law after he graduates from the St. Mary’s University School of Law this week, he will take across the commencement stage the personal trials that have been part of his journey — the loss of his brother and father.
NFL agent has represented more than 400 playersMarch 12, 2019
Jordan Woy (J.D. ’87) negotiated his first major league contract while attending St. Mary’s University School of Law. The contract was for now-retired Major League Baseball left fielder Pete Incaviglia, making Incaviglia one of a handful of players to ever get a major league contract straight out of college.
Law student launches workshop for adults with disabilities and their familiesMarch 12, 2019
For most people, adulthood is a seamless transition. When someone turns 18 in Texas, in the eyes of the law they can sign a contract, make their own medical decisions, get married and vote, among many other things.
Former college footballer leads discussions on sports law, legal civilityMarch 12, 2019
Professor of Law David Grenardo, J.D., invites students to pray before class. At the end of the prayer, he asks them to treat each other with dignity and respect.
St. Mary’s Law Journal celebrates 50th yearMarch 12, 2019
For the past 50 years, the St. Mary’s Law Journal has been punching well above its weight class, becoming one of the most influential legal journals in the nation.
LL.M. graduate fulfills his calling to help immigrantsMarch 11, 2019
His father worried when Andrei Aranda (LL.M. ’17) told him he was leaving home to further his legal education in the United States. Aranda, who grew up in Chihuahua, Mexico, was already trained as an attorney there but felt a calling to help Mexican and Latin American immigrants navigate the complex U.S. immigration system.
Assistant AG sets legal precedent in SaipanNovember 13, 2018
When Jonathan Robert “Robby” Glass Jr. graduated from the St. Mary’s University School of Law in 2012, the last place he thought he would end up was on an island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
D.C. attorney wields sanctions expertiseNovember 08, 2018
From his sanctions law practice perched on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., Erich Ferrari (J.D. ’06) is always upfront with his clients, even if he knows they won’t always be happy with what he has to say.
Fourth Court Chief Justice leads statewide committee of chief justicesNovember 08, 2018
In her first year of study at the St. Mary’s University School of Law, Chief Justice Sandee Bryan Marion (J.D. ’80) of the Fourth Court of Appeals almost dropped out. She had awful anxiety about public speaking.
Law Assistant Dean races in every stateNovember 08, 2018
After finishing his first marathon in 2002, St. Mary’s University School of Law Assistant Dean Mike Barry, J.D., swore he would never run another.
Professor leads law students in immigration courts, detention centersNovember 06, 2018
Arguing cases in immigration court. Visiting clients detained by U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement. Filing court motions. Building evidence. Reuniting families.
Runaway carnival worker becomes attorney of international reputationJuly 12, 2018
Dallas-based attorney John Barr keeps a few things on his desk: his mother’s cards, photos of his daughter, a photo of St. Louis Hall and a card from the late Rev. Louis Reile, S.M. (B.A. ’49), a former Associate Professor of English at St. Mary’s University.
Law student juggles motherhood, volunteering, workJune 12, 2018
St. Mary’s University School of Law student Aisha Denis (B.A. ’17) — a single mom and frequent volunteer — knows a bit more about time management than the average J.D. student.
Law student’s art book brightens futures for refugeesApril 16, 2018
When the Syrian refugee crisis seemed to reach its peak, future St. Mary’s University School of Law student Annie Bright felt compelled to do something. One particular scene shown on TV struck her: a mother and her children gathering necessities from the remains of an apartment, badly damaged by a bomb.
Privacy PioneerMarch 22, 2018
Before becoming a cybersecurity business lawyer in Austin, Rogers was the first chief privacy officer for the State of Texas. She created the Statewide Information Privacy Advisory Council, which is now the Statewide Information Security Advisory Committee (SISAC).
Bow ties in BurmaMarch 22, 2018
Until recently, the teaching of political science in Myanmar had been banned for five decades. That is why South Texas Professor of Law and Fulbright Scholar Vincent R. Johnson, J.D., LL.D., considers his stay in the country such a treat.
The Mighty PenMarch 22, 2018
Twenty years ago, six second-year J.D. students shared a vision: Create a law review, a scholarly journal focusing on legal issues facing minorities, to “give a voice to the voiceless,” as their mission states.
Law professor takes world of Bitcoin and blockchainDecember 14, 2017
Angela Walch, J.D., Associate Professor of Law, calls herself “a questioner and a critic” when it comes to the overhyped world of cryptocurrencies (think: Bitcoin) and the underlying record-keeping system behind them, known as blockchain technology.
Serving those who have servedDecember 14, 2017
When combat veteran Marine Sgt. Nestor Lopez returned to civilian life in his early 20s, he found himself faced with some harsh realities.
St. Mary’s Law embarks on largest campaign with UniversityDecember 13, 2017
The St. Mary’s University School of Law turned 90 years old in 2017. As we celebrate this benchmark and look ahead to our centennial, we are aware of our responsibilities to our alumni, to our students, to the law and to our Catholic and Marianist mission.
New Law Success Program carves out national nicheDecember 13, 2017
Boosting scores on law school tests. Improving bar exam results. Gaining skills to last a career. Helping students achieve academic excellence and serve justice.
Law students contribute thousands of pro bono hoursNovember 06, 2017
Even before licensure, St. Mary’s Law students have made pro bono legal aid a part of their practice.
Triple St. Mary’s alum tackles law school while leading oncology groupSeptember 11, 2017
As Patrick Magallanes walked around St. Mary’s University as a re-enrolled undergraduate student in Fall 1998, he couldn’t help but feel emotional.
Courtroom JuggernautsJuly 12, 2017
When Sophia George began her legal studies at St. Mary’s University School of Law, she was set against doing litigation work after graduation.
From Prosecutor to Priest: Law alumnus Jason Martini follows his faithMarch 15, 2017
The Rev. Jason Martini (J.D. ’02) sensed a calling to join the priesthood from an early age. He remembered first feeling the pull after First Communion when he started serving at Mass.
Unique seminar prepares law students for child abuse casesMarch 15, 2017
The St. Mary’s School of Law began piloting an innovative course this spring that teaches law students about issues related to representing clients in the abuse and neglect docket of Bexar County’s Children’s Courts Division.
Law alums use unique method to ease destructive nature of divorceDecember 01, 2016
In a perfect world, the services of John and Laura Roach would not be needed. But as a district court judge and a family law attorney, respectively, they know that’s far from reality.
Law Success Instructor plays with fireDecember 01, 2016
Clegg, a Law Success Instructor at the School of Law, said fire hooping helped keep her sane during her own law school experience.
The Law Clinics at 25: The Hon. Karin CrumpMarch 28, 2016
From inexperienced undergraduate to seasoned alumna, the Hon. Karin Crump (J.D. ’97), Presiding Judge of the 250th District Court in Travis County, credits the civil justice clinical program for the significant role it played in her transformation.
Law Clinics at 25: Attorney Marisol PérezMarch 28, 2016
On an evening in December 2000, Marisol Pérez recalled gathering in prayer for the resolution of a case the School of Law’s Immigration and Human Rights Clinic had filed on behalf of factory workers from Matamoros, Mexico.
The Law Clinics at 25: Attorneys Sam and Jeb LockMarch 28, 2016
Brothers Sam Lock (J.D. ’98) and Jeb Lock (J.D. ’05) still recall the first cases they handled while students in the St. Mary’s Law Criminal Justice Clinic — from traffic tickets to alleged assaults.
St. Mary’s Law student Eric Michael Garza’s pro bono efforts add upJanuary 04, 2016
Even among St. Mary’s University School of Law students, where a commitment to public service and social justice is the norm, Eric Michael Garza’s dedication to service stands out.
St. Mary’s Law student Stephanie Green strives to increase student engagementJanuary 04, 2016
For some students, achieving a top class ranking and taking the helm of the St. Mary’s Law Journal as editor-in-chief would be the ultimate triumph.
Law alum’s high-flying career makes for model mentorNovember 10, 2015
Her interest in corporate and securities law led her to the San Antonio law firm Oppenheimer, Rosenberg, Kelleher and Wheatley, at which she was the first woman to become a partner.
Summer Jobs for a New Generation: Luis Medina, Third-year Law StudentNovember 10, 2015
If Luis Medina learned one lesson during his summer legal clerkship with the Public Defender Service (PDS) for the District of Columbia, it would be that justice is not meted out equally without a strong defense.
Leopold makes – and breaks – the mold for law facultyJuly 22, 2015
Professor of Law Aloysius A. Leopold (B.A. ’70, J.D. ’62) espouses the firm opinion that teaching is not learned. “It’s a talent you are born with, but you can always refine it.”
St. Mary’s Students Experience the Legislative ProcessApril 27, 2015
Each year the Frank Madla & Irma Rangel Texas Legislative Internship Program at St. Mary’s University provides St. Mary’s undergraduate and graduate students with opportunities to experience the state legislative process through hands on application.
Law professor advocates for access to water as a basic human rightMarch 23, 2015
While other little girls would have been throwing tea parties for their dolls, a young Hardberger and her dad, former San Antonio Mayor Phil Hardberger, would run outside in the rain and dance in what she described as impromptu “thunder parties.”
Man of MexicoNovember 19, 2014
Roberto Rosas’ résumé is impressive: consultant to the Mexican government on public administration projects, the CEO of a business consulting firm, a business manager, a former engineer for Kodak, and a canon lawyer.