Lynn Nettleton Hughes
Private practice, Houston, Texas, 1966-1979
President, Southwest Resources, Houston, Texas, 1969-1970
Judge, Harris County [Texas] One Hundred and Sixty-Fifth District Court, 1979-1980
Judge, Harris County [Texas] One Hundred and Eighty-Ninth District Court, 1981-1985
Adjunct professor, South Texas College of Law, 1973-2003
Adjunct professor, University of Texas School of Law, 1990-1991
University of Texas School of Law
Only a large law school devoted to excellence across the range of modern legal education can offer this diversity. UT manages to do so while at the same time offering students intimate settings for study and recreation. The entering class is divided into eight extracurricular Societies, which become hubs of fun and friendship. The first year curriculum includes small classes offering individual attention, and the upper class curriculum is studded with seminars, colloquia, and clinics. Large class or small, good teaching is the norm. Student satisfaction surveys place Texas at or near the top year after year; our teaching track record is seldom matched by any other law school.
University of Virginia School of Law
Virginia is justly famous for its collegial environment that bonds students and faculty, and student satisfaction is consistently cited as among the highest in American law schools. Intellectual challenges are met in a spirit of cooperation. Small first-year sections promote individual inquiry while providing support and friendship. Students learn together, reading each other's work and freely sharing course outlines and other materials, confidently relying on the nation's oldest student-run Honor System to maintain the highest ethical standards.