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1 Five Prof iles Annual Report to Donors s o u t h t e x a s c o l l e g e o f l aw / h o u s t o n

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3 Message from the Dean Why do you give to South Texas College of Law? We asked this question of five alumni, featured here in our 2013 Annual Report to Donors, from a diversity of backgrounds and a variety of legal specialties.their answers, as you ll see, run the gamut, but these alumni all have one thing in common: their rigorous education at South Texas gave them the tools to achieve great things. Whether it was perfecting their research and writing skills on our Law Review, honing their trial and appellate skills in our Advocacy Program, or learning the nuts and bolts of representing clients by serving in our clinics, these alumni began to forge their professional identities at South Texas College of Law. And in gratitude for the role South Texas has played in their distinguished careers, they give back generously to the college. Scattered throughout the world, in all walks of life, are over 13,000 graduates who, like our featured alumni, owe their success in part to South Texas College of Law. And in 2013, so many of you, like these five, provided us with generous gifts that enable us to train the next generation of leaders. In carrying out this mission, we face many challenges. The economy remains unpredictable, the job market is still tight, and enrollment is down at many law schools. But at South Texas we have weathered the storm better than most. Our unique combination of practical-skills training, highly competitive tuition (the fourth-lowest among all private law schools), and 80-plus scholarships has enabled us to thrive. In fact, in 2013 we were named one of the country s Best Value Private Law Schools by the National Jurist. Your support helped make this significant achievement possible. So if you made a gift in 2013, thank you we hope you will enjoy seeing your name listed under the giving programs, described on the following pages, that you so generously supported. Your contributions are very important to us, and this is our way to recognize your support and loyalty. Please consider making your contribution for 2014 using the enclosed envelope or through our online community at If you didn t make a gift last year you can secure your listing in the 2014 Annual Report to Donors by making a donation now through the end of December. Thanks to all of our donors, alumni and friends alike, for your outstanding contributions in Donald J. Guter President and Dean

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5 why i give 3 Mark T. Murray Class of 1990 I give to South Texas to remind myself of the tremendous educational opportunity that was provided to me. I feel lucky to have earned a South Texas College of Law education.

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7 why i give 5 Maritime Defender Mark T. Murray 90 Mark Murray is a double-board certified personal injury lawyer and a passionate maritime lawyer with great respect for the men and women who work offshore. Murray is currently listed in the Texas Top 100 and the Houston Region Top 100 lawyers. He is a Life Member of the Multi-Million Dollar Advocates Forum and a past president of the Houston Trial Lawyers Association. He also served as the South Texas College of Law Alumni Association president in , and teaches as an adjunct professor at the law school. Why did you go to law school? Despite the fact that I never actually knew a lawyer while I was growing up, I decided in high school that it was the profession best suited for my talents and attributes. I viewed college as a necessary requirement to qualify for law school. I also wanted to learn to think analytically and critically. I wanted the type of education that I could not obtain in undergraduate school and could find only in law school. Why did you choose South Texas College of Law? My decision to attend South Texas College of Law was strongly influenced by a nationally recognized advocacy program. I wanted to be trained as a trial lawyer, and there were only a few schools across the country that offered this very specialized type of training. No school had the credentials, background, and history enjoyed by South Texas College of Law. Additionally, Houston is my hometown and I wanted a school in a strong metropolitan area. What did you do before you attended law school? Before I attended law school, I spent a great deal of time wondering what it would be like to be in law school. What is your best South Texas moment or memory? One of my favorite moments from my law school career includes beating the mock trial team from the University of Texas at a national mock trial tournament held in the Midwest. It was a privilege to win a national title for South Texas College of Law and to do so by defeating a local state rival at an out-of-state venue. What do you most enjoy about being a lawyer? This is a simple question to answer. What I enjoy most about being a lawyer is helping people who are, in many circumstances, unable to help themselves. To have the privilege of representing an individual and to prosecute their claim before the jury is an honorable and worthy professional endeavor. Why do you give to South Texas? I give to South Texas to remind myself of the tremendous educational opportunity that was provided to me. I feel lucky to have earned a South Texas College of Law legal education. To acknowledge the benefit of my history, I am compelled to contribute to South Texas College of Law. What would you like to say to encourage others to give to South Texas? If your South Texas legal education has assisted you personally, professionally, or in any meaningful way, you should consider acknowledging the benefit of your experience by providing a means and an opportunity for others to have the same quality experience.

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9 why i give 7 Aimee Maldonado Class of 2004 There are people who helped me greatly in getting through law school. Now, it is my turn to help other law students and the law school.

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11 why i give 9 Champion for Better Lives Aimee Maldonado 04 Aimee Maldonado s job is focused on helping people, especially families and children. She is supervising attorney of the Unaccompanied Minors Program at the St. Francis Cabrini Center for Immigrant Legal Assistance at Catholic Charities of the Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Before working at Catholic Charities, Maldonado had her own practice for five years and worked for immigration firms in Houston and Dallas. She is fluent in Spanish and English. Why did you go to law school? It was something I always wanted to do. Ever since I was a young girl, I have wanted to be an attorney. Why did you choose South Texas College of Law? I chose South Texas because it is a really good school. Also, it is in downtown Houston, which offers great access to the courts and other legal entities that allowed me to have incredible exposure to different areas of the law. Also, I was born and raised in Houston. South Texas was the right choice for me. What is your best South Texas moment or memory? I don t really have one particular memory that I can pinpoint. But something that was very important to me was being a member of the Hispanic Law Students Association. I was honored to be involved with that organization, and I really valued the mentoring and networking opportunities it provided to me and others and I enjoyed the chance to be a mentor. What do you most enjoy about being a lawyer? In the position I am in now at Catholic Charities, I am able to help people, particularly children, on a daily basis. It is so rewarding to be able to improve the lives of others. Who was your favorite professor? My favorite professor was Professor Fran Ortiz. She was always welcoming to you if you had any questions about her class. And even when I wasn t a student of hers anymore, I still felt welcome to go and talk to her, get her counsel and guidance. Why do you give to South Texas? There are people who helped me greatly in getting through law school. Now, it is my turn to help other law students and the law school. What would you like to say to encourage others to give to South Texas? I would ask my fellow alumni to remember how South Texas helped them and how it needs our help to continue to improve its reputation and provide an excellent education to its students. Remember, as South Texas continues to build its reputation, those of us with law degrees from the school will benefit as well.

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13 why i give 11 Rick Berlin Class of 2006 I enjoyed the opportunities and relationships South Texas provided me and value the education I received as a student.

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15 why i give 13 Advocate for Consumers Rick Berlin 06 Rick Berlin is passionate about helping Texans who are victims of fraud and other deceptive practices. Berlin has been an attorney in the Texas Attorney General s Consumer Protection Division in Houston since Berlin s work involves filing lawsuits under the Deceptive Trade Practices Act and Health and Safety Code to protect consumer rights. Berlin was named a Texas Rising Star by Super Lawyers in 2009 and recorded a Top 15 Texas verdict in Berlin is grateful to South Texas Advocacy Program for teaching him how to be a trial lawyer. When he joined the Attorney General s Office, he had to go to court almost immediately and he was prepared thanks to South Texas. Why did you go to law school? I liked the idea of getting an education in something that would both benefit me as a person and provide me with the tools to make a difference in the world. I worked for the U.S. Attorney s Office shortly after 9/11 and realized that lawyers can have an important, positive impact on the lives of individuals and our community in general. Why did you choose South Texas College of Law? I knew that I wanted to be in trial almost before I knew I wanted to be a lawyer, so I wanted to find a law school with a strong advocacy program. Every lawyer I asked agreed that South Texas offered some of the best training in the country, and the school happened to be right in my hometown, so it was an easy decision. What is your best South Texas moment or memory? I met such wonderful people and had such great experiences at South Texas it s really hard to single out one memory that rises above all the others, so I ll go with my last best memory studying for the Texas bar exam. I know it sounds crazy, but it s the last time you get to see everyone you ve spent so much time with the last three years before they embark on their careers as lawyers. Don t get me wrong, preparing for and taking the bar is a tough task, but spending every day for two months with your best friends is never a bad thing. What do you most enjoy about being a lawyer? Helping people. Although we don t represent individuals, as a member of the Consumer Protection Division of the Office of the Attorney General, I m given the unique opportunity to help the people of Texas who need it most. Who was your favorite professor? What was your favorite course? My favorite professor was Susan Crump, easily one of the most brilliant, caring, thoughtful teachers I ve ever had. As for favorite class, I would have to say Constitutional Law. Not only was it one of the hardest classes I had at South Texas, but it also provided some great memories from our first year of school. Why do you give to South Texas? I enjoyed the opportunities and relationships South Texas provided me and value the education I received as a student. It s important to me to give back to a community that I feel has given a great deal to me. What would you like to say to encourage others to give to South Texas? I had a mentor in law school who would take me to lunch from time to time to talk about school, the legal profession, etc., and he would pay for lunch. At first, we would argue over who paid the bill until he explained to me that when he was a struggling student, the older attorneys at his firm would buy him lunch as long as he promised to pay it forward when he had the means. Donating to South Texas is a way for us to pay it forward.

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17 why i give 15 Marleen Bergman Class of 1980 My degree from South Texas opened the door to a unique career outside the traditional law practice arena. For that, I m very grateful and giving back is a way to say thank you.

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19 why i give 17 Master Negotiator Marleen Bergman 80 Marleen Bergman has worked as an attorney and a commercial negotiator in the international upstream industry for over 30 years. Through corporate takeovers, she worked for Getty Oil Company, Texaco, and Chevron for 20+ years. In 2008, she joined BHP Billiton Petroleum as Senior Attorney Exploration and currently is in a commercial role as Manager Exploration Negotiations. Bergman works hard and travels extensively for her job, spending a lot of time on planes and in airports around the world. She has completed the Harvard Program on Negotiation and is a member of the International Bar Association, the State Bar of Texas, the Houston Bar Association, and the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators. A native Texan, Bergman is the mother of two boys, Mason and Nick. Why did you go to law school? I was betting a law degree would widen my employment opportunities beyond what was available with a bachelor s degree in psychology. It did! And I thought it might be interesting. It is! What do you most enjoy about being a lawyer? The variety of issues that appear on a regular basis makes for an interesting and challenging career. In 30+ years in international petroleum exploration, mostly in developing countries, the issue one week might be acquiring licenses to explore for oil and gas in India and, the next week, traveling to remote areas of the Philippines to work through local community concerns around an offshore seismic program. Many times, the question is not simply legal, and there is no precedent or clear path forward. Along with an understanding of the legal and commercial issues, sorting out a practical way forward requires some creativity and an appreciation of local culture and traditions. Helping clients navigate through uncharted waters is fun and rewarding. And I ve met a lot of interesting people along the way. Why do you give to South Texas? My degree from South Texas opened the door to a unique career outside the traditional law practice arena. For that, I m very grateful and giving back is a way to say thank you. What would you like to say to encourage others to give to South Texas? South Texas has, from the start, provided well-educated, practical-minded lawyers for the Houston area and beyond to law firms, corporations, and government. Giving to South Texas helps to continue its tradition of providing an exceptional legal education, preparing graduates to serve our community and others.

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21 why i give 19 Nicholas J. Lanza Class of 1989 South Texas provided me with a tremendous educational and legal toolbox that allows me to help others in need, think outside the box, and earn a decent living.

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23 why i give 21 Life Enthusiast Nicholas J. Nick Lanza 89 A minor traffic infraction as a teenager triggered Nick Lanza s interest in the law. Helping his sister with a major move got him to Houston. Now, Lanza is a civil trial lawyer and partner in the Houston law firm of McCormick, Lanza & McNeel LLP. He has received many legal honors and awards, owns an enviable sports memorabilia collection, runs marathons, and enjoys family life with his wife and teenage son. His passion for work and life in general is reflected in his continued dedication to South Texas. Who was your favorite professor? Dean Gerald Treece. He was my professor in Torts and Constitutional Law, my Advocacy coach, and my mentor during law school. More importantly, Dean Treece remains a valued personal and professional friend to this day. Other than God, and my Dad, Dean Treece has provided the most positive influence in my life as a person and as a lawyer. I am so blessed to have been taught, trained, coached, mentored, and befriended by a true legal legend. Why did you go to law school? All because of a speeding ticket that I most certainly did not deserve. I fought it, insisted on a jury trial, cross-examined the police officer, and won my case at age 17. At that moment, I knew I wanted to be a trial lawyer. While I do not practice in traffic court, I remain undefeated at 1-0! What is your best South Texas moment or memory? Winning first place in the Garland Walker Mock Trial Competition and first place in the F. Lee Bailey National Moot Court Competition in San Diego were definitely great memories. However, remaining a part of the South Texas family after all these years has been the most rewarding experience. What three things did you learn from South Texas that you apply daily in your law practice? South Texas taught me about the 3 Hs Hard work, Humility, and Honesty and more hard work! Dean Gerald Treece told me, You will not always be the most experienced or best lawyer in every case, but you need to be the most prepared. Be ready, ahead of trial, for the unexpected: adverse court rulings, surprise testimony, uncooperative witnesses. Above all, always out-prepare your opponent. Preparation is the key to success. I never forgot those pearls of wisdom, and he was so right, not only in the practice of law, but in the day-to-day trials of life. Why do you give to South Texas? Simple South Texas provided me with a tremendous educational and legal toolbox that allows me to help others in need, think outside the box, and earn a decent living. I will be forever indebted to the law school, so in my mind, giving back my time to judge advocacy competitions, serve on the Alumni Board, and make financial donations to South Texas is the very least I can do for all the doors the school opened for me in my legal career. If not for South Texas, I might still be hand delivering phone books door-to-door! What would you like to say to encourage others to give to South Texas? I would ask each alum a question: What would you be doing today without your South Texas education and experience? If all alums really think about it hard and are brutally honest, I submit that almost all of them would agree they are far more successful for having attended South Texas than if they had not. Why should we give back? I would say to whom much is given, much is expected. South Texas has given us a lot, and we, in turn, should give back our time, talents, energy, and gifts to the institution that helped shape our lives and careers.

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25 why i give 23 Financial Highlights Fiscal Year September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2013 During fiscal year , many dedicated alumni and friends generously contributed to South Texas College of Law. Presented below is a table that breaks down, by source and purpose, gifts received by the college in , as well as pledges made to the college in that remain outstanding. Gifts Received Outstanding Pledges In * Made in Source Alumni $ 689,669 $ 771,332 Law Firms 200,450 - Businesses/Associations 79,513 5,000 Foundations 554,074 2,150,000 Friends 197, ,280 Total $ 1,721,203 $ 3,181,612 Purpose Scholarships and Academic and Program Support $ 1,371,884 $ 466,116 Construction, Renovation, and Equipment 148,004 2,694,496 Endowed Scholarships and Funds 201,315 21,000 Total $ 1,721,203 $ 3,181,612 *Reflects actual monies received from donors.

26 why i give 24 Funds Raised Fiscal Year September 1, 2012, to August 31, 2013 Source Alumni - 40% 11% Law Firms - 12% Businesses/Associations - 5% Foundations - 32% Friends - 11% 32% 40% 5% 12% Purpose $ 1,400,000 $1,371,884 $ 1,050,000 $ 700,000 $ 350,000 $ 0 $148,004 $201,315 Scholarships, Academic and Program Support Construction, Renovation, and Equipment Endowed Scholarships and Funds

27 why i give 25 Alumni Giving Results Giving Year September 1, 2012, to December 31, 2013 For many years, South Texas College of Law has reported its fundraising results on a fiscal-year basis. In 2013, however, we began reporting on a calendar-year basis to align our reporting with the tax year. As a result of this transition, we are including in this Annual Report to Donors those who gave during an extended period from September 1, 2012, through December 31, Alumni Alumni Solicited - 13,473 Alumni Who Gave - 1,014 Alumni Giving Rate - 7.5% {In Fiscal Year , Alumni Giving was at a 7.2% Participation Rate} Alumni Giving Breakdown 92.5% * Young Alumni - 44% Other Alumni - 56% 7.5% Alumni 56% 44% Alumni Giving Breakdown *Alumni donors from the classes of

28 why i give 26 Your Gift Makes a Difference Giving Programs for South Texas College of Law salutes each of our alumni and friends who supported the college during giving year 2013, which, for this Annual Report to Donors, covers a special extended period from September 1, 2012, through December 31, You may find your name in one or more listings, depending on the level, designation, program, or number of consecutive years for which you have given. Our donors give to South Texas through a variety of programs that are key to our success: Special-Giving Societies The Law Firm Challenge Offering graduates at law firms, law offices, corporations, and government agencies the chance to unite for a common cause: achieving 100 percent in alumni giving to the college. The Advocates Society Supporting our nationally renowned Advocacy Program. The Young Alumni Leadership Circle Giving graduates from the last ten years the opportunity to shape our future through their contributions. The Crimson and Gold Society Honoring our consecutive-year givers for their outstanding commitment to the college. Tribute Gifts Scholarships and Awards Providing our students with vital assistance in meeting their law school expenses. Endowments Establishing or contributing to permanent funds that support scholarships, awards, professorships, and chairs. The 1923 Society Paying tribute to our elite donors who have made substantial lifetime gifts to the college. The Annual Giving section of this Annual Report to Donors recognizes seven generous levels of support by our alumni and friends. Your participation in the crucial programs described above and your generous support of our Annual Fund are deeply appreciated. Thank you for helping us train the leaders of tomorrow.

29 why i give 27 Annual Giving Recognizing the levels of support by alumni and friends for all giving programs The generous individuals and companies who contributed to South Texas are recognized for their overall giving as well as for their support of specific programs benefiting the college.

30 why i give 28 Giving Summary Giving Year September 1, 2012, to December 31, 2013 Annual Giving by Donor Category South Texas depends upon the generosity of our alumni and friends to assist us in providing aspiring lawyers with a high-quality, affordable education. Gifts and grants to South Texas help enhance every aspect of the student experience. A gift can be unrestricted or designated to support a specific initiative within the college, such as the Annual Fund, Advocacy, the Law Review, endowments, awards, scholarships, or capital projects. South Texas is proud to present in the following section our donors, listed by the donor categories below: Spurgeon Bell Distinguished Fellows Annual donors of $25,000 and higher Spurgeon Bell Platinum-Level Fellows Annual donors of $10,000 to $24,999 Spurgeon Bell Gold-Level Fellows Annual donors of $5,000 to $9,999 Spurgeon Bell Senior Fellows Annual donors of $2,500 to $4,999 Spurgeon Bell Fellows Annual donors of $1,000 to $2,499 Garland Walker Patrons Annual donors of $250 to $999 Dean s Counselors Annual donors of up to $249 An eternity symbol ( ) next to a name signifies a member of the Crimson & Gold Society, our consecutive-year giving program. Spurgeon Bell Distinguished Fellows Donors of $25,000 and Higher Bernardino Agosto, Jr. 95 M.D. Anderson Foundation Richard H. Anderson, Jr. 82 & Susan Anderson Anonymous Commander Steve & LuAnne Bozeman Professor Sandra L. DeGraw Ephraim del Pozo 97 Michael 83 & Laurie Echevarria Equal Justice Works ExxonMobil Foundation H. Michael 71 & Nez Gross Daniel D. Horowitz III 02 Michael K. Hurst 90 Sally J. Langston 91 W. Mark Lanier The Lanier Law Firm, P.C. The Willard & Anne Levin Foundation Fred and Mabel R. Parks Foundation Rockwell Fund, Inc. Jeff E. Rusk 83 Randall O. Sorrels 87 Ann Parks Stallings Jeffrey M. Stern 82 James B. Sullivan 69 Texas Access to Justice Foundation Associate Dean T. Gerald Treece & Sue Treece Elizabeth P. and Harold R. Williams Foundation Kimberly H. Williamson Estate of John H. Winborn 69*

31 why i give 29 Spurgeon Bell Platinum-Level Fellows Donors of $10,000 to $24,999 Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend Jack Baldwin 85 Scott Baldwin, Jr. 83 Barnes & Noble College Booksellers, LLC Clayton A. Clark 90 Clark, Love & Hutson, G.P. Kate H. Easterling 05 Goforth Easterling LLP Robert Grossman 77 Dean Donald J. & Patricia A. Guter Michael S. 74 & Connie Hays Hays, McConn, Rice & Pickering, P.C. Neal W. Hirschfeld 80 Edward J. & Lynne James 02 Hudson Shelley D. Hutson 93 V. Dale Jefferson 86 Gordon R. Johnson 86 Robert E. Johnson, Jr. 79 Don D. 69 & Barbara Jordan Richard N. Laminack 87 Laminack, Pirtle & Martines, L.L.P. Kenneth A. Love 85 Marine Insurance Seminars, Inc. Martin, Disiere, Jefferson & Wisdom, L.L.P. Buffy K. Martines 02 Norton Rose Fulbright LLP Thomas W. Pirtle 90 Professor Harry L. Reed State Bar of Texas Real Estate, Probate & Trust Law Section Jeff Steen 87 Sean P. Tracey 91 Tracey Law Firm Spurgeon Bell Gold-Level Fellows Donors of $5,000 to $9,999 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation F. Kenneth Bailey, Jr. F. Kenneth Bailey Jr., PC Baker Hostetler LLP Jeffrey R. 81 & Denise M. Bale BoyarMiller Genora A. Boykins 85 Sean E. Breen 92 Fleming Endowment FosterQuan, LLP Bruce E. 87 & Julie Cain 87 Halstead Christopher P. Hanslik 95 Richard P. Hogan, Jr. 85 Randy R. Howry 85 Howry Breen & Herman, L.L.P. Pamela G. Johnson 80 Kennedy Wilson Properties Steven J. Kherkher 89 Nicholas J. Lanza 89 David P. Matthews 88 Matthews & Associates Donald B. McFall McFall, Breitbeil & Smith, P.C. Medtronic Foundation Imogen S. Papadopoulos 84 Gordon J. Quan 77 Reliant Energy, Inc. George Fred Rhodes 54*/ Stutz Partners, Ltd. G. Fred Rhodes, Jr. RM Auctions Inc. Sharon M. Schweitzer Robinson 89 Shook, Hardy & Bacon L.L.P. William T. Snypes 77 & Suzanne Suter 78 State Bar of Texas Immigration & Nationality Law Section Brant J. 06 & Jennifer A. O Brien 06 Stogner Texas Bar Foundation David Towery 79 Williams, Kherkher, Hart & Boundas, LLP Spurgeon Bell Senior Fellows Donors of $2,500 to $4,999 ABM Janitorial Services South Central, Inc. Carol & Dean Jim Alfini Nancy C. Allen Paul E. Anderson, Jr. 78 & Missy Anderson Andrews Kurth LLP Laurent A. Baillargeon 74 Baker Hughes Incorporated E. Trey Bergman 80 Gerald S. Bettman 79

32 why i give 30 Charles C. Brennig III 92 & Tammy G. Brennig 92 Terry Bryant 77 The Honorable Jay W. Burnett 73 & Associate Dean Catherine Greene Burnett J. David Cabello 83 Calley D. Callahan 96 The Honorable Hannah L. Chow 75 Kenneth D. Crews 79 Entergy District Cooling Equal Justice America, Inc. Henry Flores & Alicia Smith Frost Bank Allen M. Gelwick Robert Gordon, M.D. Paul D. & Tanya Henderson David W. Holman 85* The Holman Law Firm, P.C. Patrick L. & Cynthia Hughes Joan F. Jenkins 82 Jenkins & Kamin, L.L.P. Annette E. Johnson 01 Jacob E. Johnson 63 & The Honorable Carolyn M. Johnson 85 D. Grant Kaiser 81 Lynn Kamin 88 Mitchell Katine 85 Katine & Nechman L.L.P. Kirksey Architecture Walter J. Kronzer III 87 Beverly R. Lee 92 Elton S. Lipnick 62 Lockton Companies, LLC MABATX Foundation Michael W. Milich 97 Howard L. Nations John A. Nechman 95 The Honorable Michael L. O Brien 76 Jack C. Ogg 62 Kim Ogg 86 The Ogg Law Firm Angela Pence-England 95 Porter Hedges LLP Doug Quinn Javier A. Rey 83 J. Albert Riddle 86 Jeremy D. Rosen 13 Paul B. Rosen 79 Rocket Rosen 80 South Texas College of Law Animal Law Society State Bar of Texas Litigation Section James D. Thompson III 86 Spurgeon Bell Fellows Donors of $1,000 to $2,499 Karl W. 62 & Laura L. Adler Alliance Data American Electric Power Charles & Jana Fay Bacarisse 90 Taseer Badar Arijit Banerjee 09 The Honorable Timothy M. Basquill 83 David J. Beck The Family of Spurgeon & Hazel Bell Anthony R. Benedetto 05 Marleen Myers Bergman 80 BHP Billiton Petroleum Matched Giving Jennifer S. Brand 08 Gregory A. Brothers Keri D. Brown 06 Professor Vanessa Browne-Barbour Melina B. Cain 96 Cargill Professor Elaine A. Carlson 79 Professor Sandra J. Carnahan 86 James Wesley Christian 78 Jay Cohen 78 Jeffrey A. Compton The Honorable Charles M. Coussons 57* & Mary A. Coussons Melvin E. Cowart 52 Crain, Caton & James, P.C. Christopher A. Daniel 10 Frank de la Grana 78 Robert E. & Judith A. 89 Dunn Professor W. David East Candy 74 & Terry Lea 77 Elizondo James R. Evans, Jr. 81 Lloyd H. Falk 81 The Honorable Robert G. Fegers 83 George M. Fleming Fleming Nolen Jez, L.L.P. Taft L. Foley II Joshua L. Fuchs 00 Professor Pamela E. George Holly H. Gotcher 82 J. Weldon Granger 74 Mac A. Greco, Jr. The Honorable Guy W. Griffin 77 Halliburton Foundation, Inc. Robert L. Hayter 94 J. Marcus Marc Hill 80 William M. & Rosalie M. 90 Hitchcock Margaret Mellon Hitchcock Foundation Jane C. Hogan Houston Baptist University Harry P. Hutchens, Jr. 56 Executive Vice President Helen Bishop Jenkins

33 why i give 31 J. Ken 86 & Melissa B. Johnson Allison H. Jones 83 E. Chris Kaitson 81 James W. Kopp 78 R. Michael Larrinaga 85 F. Richard Leach 88 & Gloria A. Minnick 89 Ronald C. Lewis Leonard N. 60 & Roberta O. Martin George W. Mauzé II 83 R. Scott & Rebecca E. 95 McCay Gregg W. McClosky 80 Associate Dean Bruce A. McGovern Kenneth P. Mingledorff 79 Tina L. Mohr 75 Robert V. North 07 North Law, P.C. Sheryl W. O Briant 89 Kim Parker W. Bruce Patterson 88 Robert O.W. Pelton 75 Lylene Pilkenton Teresa K. Pitre 05 Professor Jean Fleming Powers Susan R. Pye 79 Kenneth C. Raney, Jr. 77 Joshua A. Reiss 07 Professor Jeffrey L. Rensberger Professor Gary S. Rosin The Honorable E.J. Salcines 63 & Elsa Salcines A.I. and Manet Schepps Foundation The Honorable Michael H. Schneider, Jr. 97 James D. Seegers 93 Shell Oil Company Foundation Manpreet K. Singh 01 Placido O. Solis 13 Andrew B. Sommerman 86 State Bar of Texas State Farm Companies Foundation William B. Stripling, Jr. 72 Tate Moerer & King, LLP TIAA-CREF Foundation Andrew J. Torrant 06 & Katie G. Chatterton 08 UBS Financial Services, Inc. Professor Michael E. Wheeler Dean William L. Wilks Associate Dean John J. Worley M. Kyle Wright 07 Garland Walker Patrons Donors of $250 to $999 Charles M. Aaron 79 Victoria Agosto Okey C. 99 & Doris Akpom Jessica Alexander The Honorable F. Dennis Alvarez 74 Georgia & Derek B. 97 Alvarez Abigail E. Anastasio 11 AT&T Higher Education The Honorable Nancy F. Atlas Hunter M. 99 & Kara L. 99 Barrow Robert S. Bateman Annie Beck 11 Charles A. Beckham, Jr. Michael S. Beckwith 85 Bruce E. & Candyce T. 94 Beneke Richard D. Berlin 06 John Ben Blackburn 01 Professor Joshua Blackman Gregory M. Bopp 95 Gerald E. Bourque 79 Steven S. Boyd 97 & Bashara C. Chandler Philip W. Boyko 77 Bracewell & Giuliani LLP Scott R. Brann 80 Leanne E. & D. Scott 97 Brasington J. Mark Breeding 80 Kausar Brkic 08 Alan C. Bryson 03 Darryl M. 83 & Valerie Burman Amy Zolkoski Cann 07 Professor Richard R. Carlson Brent 86 and Kathy Carpenter Brijida V. Castro Chasewood, Ltd. CME Group J. Patrick 01 & Kirsten L. 01 Cohoon Lee A. 94 & Kristy S. Collins Rowena G. Compton Professor Geoffrey Corn Mark A. Counts 99 Professor David G. Cowan Christina L. Cox 02 Michael J. Curran 94 Lisa L. Dahm 95 Helene N. Dang 02 Donna K. Davis 98 John J. Davis III 12 David B. Deaton 98 Devon H. Decker 83 John E. Deering 93 The Delta Air Lines Foundation Assistant Dean Elizabeth A. Dennis 84 T. Aaron Dobbs 05 Eric W. Doerries 76 Ronald J. Dold 82 Karen D. Donnelly 00 W. Carl 61 & Linda Dudensing Gregory A. Duffey 97 Michael J. Durrschmidt 82

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