Texas Tech Law Professor One of Best Presenters in Texas
Continuing Legal Education recognizes professor Gerry Beyer for his presentation on estate planning case law.
Written by Leslie Cranford
Gerry Beyer’s presentation, “Estate Planning Case Law Update,” will be featured in a CLE series this fall.
A Texas Tech University School of Law
professor is one of the top continuing legal education (CLE) presenters in the state, according to the Texas Bar Association.
Gerry Beyer, the Governor Preston Smith Professor of Law, was selected for his CLE presentation, “Estate Planning Case Law Update,” which he delivered at Texas Bar CLE’s 2009 Advanced Estate Planning Course. Chosen as one of the best presentations of the year, the determination was made by the State Bar CLE Program Office based on evaluations and scores submitted by registrants of that course.
The Texas Bar is compiling the highly rated speeches and will showcase them in a series of “Best of 2009” CLE video replays that will be shown in November and December in Houston, Dallas and Austin.
Dean Walter Huffman thanked Beyer for representing the Texas Tech School of Law so well. “We at Texas Tech Law already knew Beyer was one of the best in Texas, but it is an honor to have confirmation from our state organization.”
Texas Tech School of Law
The Texas Tech School of Law is a leader among Texas law schools with a 16-year average pass rate of 90 percent on the State Bar Exam.
A small student body, a diverse faculty and a low student-faculty ratio (15.3:1) promotes learning and encourages interaction between students and professors.