The new O’Quinn Law Building on the University of Houston Law Center campus opened last month—and a portion of the building now has a new name: “Len’s Landing,” named after the law school’s current dean, Leonard M. Baynes.

Baynes, dean and professor of law of Houston Law Center, announced on LinkedIn this week that “UH Law Alumni Association President and Beck Redden partner Alex Roberts signed a gift agreement to name a space in the new John M. O’Quinn Law Building after me.”

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