Texas (UT) Law School
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Mohamed Al-Hendy graduated the University of Texas School of Law in 2017 with honors. He currently works with Hunton & Williams in Dallas in their commercial litigation group.
Mohamed graduated from Vanderbilt University in 2013 with a double major in Political Science and Medicine, Health and Society, with a minor in Islamic Studies. He went on to work as a first-grade teacher in Houston, TX, as a corps member in Teach for America, before enrolling at Texas Law. He has also interned for the White House Domestic Policy Council and Freedom House, and worked for Bleacher Report as a staff writer.
While in law school, Mohamed worked with the Juvenile Lifers Project at Texas Law to help juveniles lifers secure legal representation as they work through the appeals process in Texas, and was a Brumley NextGen Fellow at the Robert Strauss Center for International Security and Law, studying pressing national security issues and meeting with experts from around the world in the national security sphere. He spent his law school summers with Hunton & Williams and Capital One’s in-house legal team, and interned for the Honorable Lee Yeakel, District Judge for the Western District of Texas, in his third year of law school. Mohamed also served as editor and Symposium Director for the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas and Energy Law.
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