Judge selected as dean of new Texas law school

, The National Law Journal

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Administrators for the long-stalled University of North Texas Dallas College of the Law have announced that they have hired Judge Royal Furgeson Jr. of the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas as dean, starting in April 2013.

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  • hmm

    Why would someone spend $24 million on a space that would only be used for 3ish years?

  • Rebecca

    Just what Texas needs, another law school!! Texas Wesleyan is less than 10 years old. Northern Texas does not have the legal market to support graduates from 3 schools!! When will the law school expansion stop?!? When federal loans are no longer offered in unlimited amounts to fund these institutions.

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