side bar
logo
Tuesday, April 25, 2017

News

UH Law prof presented with award named in his honor


The American Society of Legal History presented UH Andrews Kurth Professor of Law, Craig Joyce, with an award named in his honor on Saturday for his dedicated service to the organization.

Joyce is the founding co-director of the University of Houston Intellectual Property Program and has worked for the Society for more than 30 years. He currently serves as Chairman of the Committee on the Annual Meetings and the Committee on the History of the Society,

The award, which is titled the “Craig Joyce Award”, will be awarded “to recognize members who have given long and outstanding service to the Society.”


Back to Top ↑
  • Sign up for our Email Edition

  • Polls

    Does the construction along Spur 5, which will eventually impact the U.S. 59 north and south on-ramps from I-45, affect your commute to class?

    • Yes, my commute will be dramatically different and much longer (36%, 38 Votes)
    • My commute will be slightly impacted, but it's not too much of a nuisance (29%, 31 Votes)
    • I don't commute/ I never use I-45 or Spur 5 (23%, 24 Votes)
    • I commute but had no idea about the construction (12%, 13 Votes)

    Total Voters: 106

    Loading ... Loading ...
  • Recent articles

  • Special Sections