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The First African American Graduates of the University of Texas School of Law

Ollice Maloy, Jr., '54

Ollice Maloy, Jr., 1954 Peregrinus
Ollice Maloy, Jr.,
1954 Peregrinus

Ollice Maloy, Jr. (June 19, 1914-June 1, 1966) earned his A.B. degree from Wiley College in Marshall, Texas in 1936. He worked as a school teacher before he entered the University of Texas School of Law in the fall of 1951. He graduated in January 1954. Mr. Maloy was appointed the first African American Assistant District Attorney of Tarrant County in 1959.