Two GDHM attorneys are set to speak at the 18th Annual Advanced Texas Administrative Law Seminar, taking place on September 7th and 8th in Austin, Texas. James A. Hemphill, a first amendment expert, will be a featured speaker at the seminar’s session titled “Texas Public Information Act and Texas Open Meetings Act: How They Work.” During the presentation Hemphill will provide a comprehensive overview of the requirements and procedures under the Texas government transparency statutes and shed light on the issues.
Rudy K. Metayer will present alongside Angela Downs and address the session’s critical topic “Consideration of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion in Agency Affairs.” Metayer, who is recognized for his expertise in administrative and regulatory law, will delve into the recent developments stemming from the 88th legislature and directives from the Governor concerning offices and programs that promote diversity, equity, and inclusion at publicly funded colleges and universities.
The Seminar brings together members of the legal, judiciary, regulatory, and academic communities to engage with practitioners about the latest topics. Read about of the seminar here.