Short, Aric individual record
- Professor, School of Law, Texas A&M University
My research has focused primarily on housing rights and how existing laws can better protect vulnerable tenants against harassment. I have also written on procedural issues involving the litigation of human rights claims in U.S. courts.
education and training
- J.D. in , The University of Texas at Austin - (Austin, Texas, United States) 1996
- A.B. in American Government, Georgetown University - (Washington D.C., District of Columbia, United States) 1993
- Short, A. (2022). Infusing Leadership Competencies Into 1L Professional Identity Formation. Santa Clara Law Review. 62,
- Gustafson, L. P., Short, A., & Hamilton, N. W. (2022). Teaching and Assessing Active Listening as a Foundational Skill for Lawyers as Leaders, Counselors, Negotiators, and Advocates. Santa Clara Law Review. 62,
- Short, A. (2021). Not My Problem? Landlord Liability for Tenant-on-Tenant Harassment. HASTINGS LAW JOURNAL. 72(4), 1227-1274.
- Short, A (2019). Sane Gun Policy from Texas? A Blueprint for Balanced State Campus Carry Laws. Northeastern University Law Review. 11(2), 401-473.
- Short, A. K (2017). Guns on Campus: A Look at the First Year of Concealed Carry at Texas Universities. Texas Bar Journal. 80(8), 516-517.
awards and honors
recent teaching activities
- LAW7032 Property Instructor
- LAW7042 Torts Instructor
- LAW7110 Professional Identity Instructor
- LAW7816 Independent Study Instructor
- LAW7900 Leadership & Intp Dyn Instructor
Texas A&M University; Texas A&M University School of Law; 8500 TAMU
Fort Worth, TX 76109-2061