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Texas Supreme Court Justices Hear Cases in Lubbock

Some Texas Tech law students got a chance to see courtroom proceedings at their finest Tuesday. 

The Texas Supreme Court heard two cases in Lubbock to inaugurate the opening of the Mark and Becky Lanier Professional Development Center at the Texas Tech School of Law. The new wing includes a state of the art courtroom that will allow students to learn with the latest in courtroom technology.  Mark Lanier says the courtroom is cutting edge, and the top one in the United States. 

The justices heard cases about the ownership of South Padre Island and a medical insurance case.

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