Gray Reed & McGraw attorney Ben Aderholt was profiled in the September edition of the University of Houston-Downtown's Success Stories.
The University of Houston-Downtown honored Gray Reed attorney Ben Aderholt at its 2011-2012 top faculty members awards ceremony on April 17. The event recognized the honored faculty for their outstanding contributions in the areas of teaching, service and scholarship/creativity. Aderholt received the 2012 UHD Outstanding Adjunct Award.
Aderholt joined Gray Reed in 2002 as a Member where his practice focuses on Commercial Litigation, Construction Law and Bankruptcy. Aderholt graduated from the University of Texas with a B.A. in 1964 and a J.D. in 1968. He participated in the graduate studies program at the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. He was recently awarded the Rotary International's 2009 Global Service to Humanity Award.
Located in the heart of downtown Houston, UHD is the 13th largest public university in Texas and one of the most ethnically diverse. UHD has nearly 13,000 students, and offers baccalaureate degrees in 43 areas and four master's degree programs.
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