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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1990

AUGUST 1990 ANNOTATIONS Page 5 PAUL MITCHELL PRODUCTS FOR APPOINTMENT 659-4500 HOURS 7:30 - 5:00 ar/jsr /cStijCe. JSfiofi City T$an(L 1021 MAIN ST. TUNNEL LEVEL PENNYE (OWNER) DIAN LISA PRISSY DOROTHY (MANICURIST) Professional Typing How to make your work look as good as it is: Professional typing gives your work that impressive, polished look. For instance, we can make it appear "typeset" and can offer technical advice, all at no extra charge. Our qualifications? Over the past thirteen years weVe typed numerous moot court competition briefs, including STCL's 1983 Benton Westinghouse brief; awarded best brief, and the 1983 ABA brief, judged second best in the nation. Associated Executive Services 6250 Westpark, Suite 110 783 1872 ☆ ☆ ☆ Discounts to students ☆ ☆ ☆ South Texas College of Law OFFICIAL CLASS RING HERFF JONES RAY BRANCH & ASSOCIATES School Services 701 Sharon Lane Office (713) 383 2006 Baytown, Texas 77251 Home (713) 421 2353 Ray Branch — STCL Rep. Ring Orders Taken ...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1990

Page 6 annotations august 1 990 Disagreement in growth plans causes split in law firm Editor's note: Annotations plans to do a series of articles covering the experiences that students may have once they become lawyers. The first in this series focuses upon the effects of a split in a law firm. By Bain Pearson The eighteen attorney firm of Shannon, Tyler, Beller and Pearson split up June 1 when litigation partners John O. Tyler and James H. Pearson broke off from the firm, taking most of the associates and all of the litigation matters. They opened their own shop. Tyler and Pearson made the decision to exit when faced with the specter of an enormous growth plan, which called for adding 50 new lawyers over the next three years. That plan also demanded the execution of a long-term lease for new space, which would have increased the personal liability of the firm's four partners by some $3 million. "The only sensible thing seemed to be an orderly exit from the firm," Pearson said, "whe...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1990

AUGUST 1990 ANNOTATIONS Page 7 HOUSTON HOUSE APARTMENTS SOUTH TEXAS /T The Houston House is your neighbor! Only 3 blocks from South Texas! ATTALAH Imagine walking to school fromvour apartment which combines an exquisite downtown location with the luxury of a high rise for a modest price! Walk to school Deli 24 hour concierge desk Assigned garage parking All bills paid/Free cable Fantastic views from all balconies In house dry cleaning, tailor shop, travel agency, & barber shop Houston House's own theatre Complete exercise/weight/sauna room with basketball, volleyball courts, pool tables, ping pong For appointment call Pam/Dana 659-4781 1 Br. $250 Effic. $250 Must present coupon at tour! Good for NO DEPOSIT When you lease at the Houston House 2 Br. $300 Studio $250 Prices start at $500 All bills paid Video movie rentals Resident activities Panoramic pool & sun area Contemporary lobby entrance Guest suites ' In house maid/laundry service Easy freeway access Dear Bar Candidate:...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1990

Page 8 ANNOTATIONS AUGUST 1990 Don can't practice LAW in Stem BAR REVIEW 1415 Fannin Houston, Texas 77002 (713) 739-9482 1-800-392-5441 (in Texas) Nancy Lusk Head Representative 558-7802 License to Practice The Supreme Court of the State of Texas acknowledges J. Q. Law Student Having met the requirements of the law and having been accepted by the State Board of Law Examiners is hereby entitled to be licensed as an attorney and counselor at law Other representatives from STCL: Michelle Williams 692-7335 Marilyn Ottoman 952-2461 Rachel Tindel 659-5489 Mickey Henry 271-5274 Sara Jordan 961-3418 Carl Hennager 488-4115 Laura Steelman 789-3359 Bruce Flanagan 367-1814 Kathy Epps 782-2922 Bill Sebesta 465-2766 Bill Burkholder 496-0316 Kim Abbey

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

Unanimous faculty vote bars lLs from advocacy participation By Raymond Daniel With two days to go before the start of the fall semester, the faculty voted 50-0 to prohibit students with fewer than 30 hours from participating in any Board of Advocates competitions. This decision was made at the faculty retreat. In a memo about the retreat, Dean Bill Wilks wrote that faculty members were concerned that "many first-year students were participating in the administration of advocacy and mock trial programs to the extent that they were missing classes and not concentrating on their courses." The faculty voted unanimously to amend the Academic Regulations so that no first year student (defined as any student who has not yet completed 30 hours of credit) is allowed to participate in any advocacy program except as required in Legal Research & Writing II or as required in the appellate advocacy course for which some students are eligible. As now structured, Legal II provides oral and appe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

PAGE 2 ANNOTATIONS SEPTEMBER 1990 DICTA By Raymond Daniel Annotations Editor Though the faculty decision to prohibit students with fewer than 30 hours credit from participating in Board of Advocates competitions was unanimous, it was a short-sighted decision. Even though there is some merit in the faculty's concern, a total prohibition on first-year participation is not the solution and the decision should be modified at the next faculty meeting. It's important to be in class, and the faculty has been concerned that first-year students missed too many classes to participate in BOA activities. Some did this in order to be members in good standing of the BOA However, many competitors turn to their friends for help (what a novel idea) when they need witnesses and timekeepers. These classmates may happen to be students with fewer than 30 hours. As currently administered, a first-year student cannot be asked to serve as a timekeeper or witness even if that 1L was not in class. However, t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

SEPTEMBER 1990 ANNOTATIONS PAGE 3 BOA alters format Being a lawyer is probably the highest calling, Haynes says By Scott R Cordes To encourage attendance at Board of Advocates meetings, which is no longer mandatory, the BOA has embarked on an ambitious program to have lecturers and important state officials speak at their meetings. As an indication that the lecture series will be a great success, criminal defense attorney Richard "Racehorse" Haynes was the guest speaker at the first BOA meeting. By emphasizing that being a lawyer is probably the highest calling a person can undertake, Haynes captivated the audience almost immediately with his down- to-earth principles and human compassion. In fact, Haynes noted that he looks for these same characteristics (inherent in any good attorney "worth his salt") when screening prospective jurors during voir dire. To do this Haynes poses the question, "From what era of your life does your best friend come?" If the juror hesitates and has a ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

PAGE 4 ANNOTATIONS SEPTEMBER 1990 The SBA Report Mid-Law senators schedule Faculty/Student Picnic and Halloween party for fall Mid-Law Senators Doug Baker and Trey Malechek have scheduled the SBA Faculty/Student Picnic for Sunday, Sept. 23 at Spott's Park. The time will be announced at a later date. As was done last year, the faculty will be asked to donate items or services which will be auctioned to raise money for the SBA Last year the SBA awarded three $250 scholarships with the proceeds, but they are not sure what they will do this year. However, the money will be used to benefit the students. The Halloween party will be held Saturday, Oct. 27 at The Houston Center Club. Tickets will go on sale the week before the party. More details will be announced later. Freshman senators assist students with car pools, study groups, mentors Freshman Senators Tracy Moore and Nick Nicholas have lists available in the SBA office for students interested in forming study groups or car pools. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

PAGE 6 ANNOTATIONS SEPTEMBER 1990 NEED A GOOD USED BOOK ? WE'VE GOT A GOOD SELECTION AT LOWEST PRICES BOOKSHELF II 1203 CAROLINE (NEXT TO JOSEPHINE'S RESTAURANT) 650-6858 SEE US FIRST AND SAVE MONEY! NEW AND USED BOOKS AND OUTLINES FOR ALL COURSES BRING COUPON BELOW TO BOOKSHELF FREE LEGAL PAD OR FREE HI-UTER WITH THIS COUPON NO PURCHASE REQUIRED South Texas College of Law OFFICIAL CLASS RING HERff JONES RAY BRANCH & ASSOCIATES School Services 701 Sharon Lane Office (713) 383-2006 Baytown, Texas 77251 Home (713) 421 -2353 Ray Branch — STCL Rep. Ring Orders Taken On Campus: September 10 -13 Orders Also Taken For: December Graduation Invitations Certificates of Appreciation SBA officers name office hours and receive committee assignments SBA officers are required to maintain office hours each week in .the SBA office, Room 333. Officers turned in their office hours last week and receive committee assignments from SBA President Moses Mercado. President Mercado lists 10-12 Monday and...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

SEPTEMBER 1990 ANNOTATIONS PAGE 7 HOUSTON HOUSE RPñRTMENTS SOUTH TEXfiS Miipisiüiisí The Houston House is your neighbor! Only 3 blocks from South Texas! ATTALAH Imagine, walking to school from vour apartment which combines an exquisite downtown location with the luxury of a high rise for a modest price! Walk to school Deli 24 hour concierge desk All bills paid/Free cable Fantastic views from all balconies In house cjry cleaning, tailor shop, travel agency, & barber shop Houston House's own theatre Complete exercise/weight/sauna room with basketball, volleyball courts, pool tables, ping pong For appointment call Pam/Dana 659-4781 1 Br. $250 Effic. $250 Must present coupon at tour! Good for NO DEPOSIT When you lease at the Houston House 2 Br. $300 Studio $250 Prices start at $500 All bills paid Video movie rentals Resident activities Panoramic pool & sun area Contemporary lobby entrance Guest suites In house maid/laundry service Easy freeway access Intellectual property attrac...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1990

PAGE 8 ANNOTATIONS SEPTEMBER 1990 BAR REVIEW 1415 Fannin Houston, Texas 77002 (713) 739-9482 1-800-392-5441 (in Texas) Nancy Lusk Head Representative 558-7802 ik License to Practice The Supreme Court of the State of Texas acknowledges J. Q. Law Student Having met the requirements of the law and having been accepted by the State Board of Law Examiners is hereby entitled to be licensed as an attorney and counselor at law. Other representatives from STCL: Michelle Williams 692-7335 Marilyn Ottoman 952-2461 Rachel Tindel 659-5489 Bill Sebesta 465-2766 Bruce Kaye 497-5868 Ufr Kim Abbey Carl Hennager 488-4115 Laura Steelman 789-3359

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1990

Bennett-Mayo team wins counseling competition W. Clark Chamberlain congratulates client counseling winners Jim Bennett (third from the left) and Larry Mayo (third from the right). Doug Bassani and Betsy Crowe (left) took second place in the competition and David Person and Bruce Kaye (right) finished third. Annotations ¿ «WM 4 It VOL. XIX NO. 5 OCTOBER 1990 )) The duo of Jim Bennett and Larry Mayo won the annual W. Clark Chamberlain Client Counseling Competition, held September 10-13. Thirty-five teams participated in the annual competition. The event was sponsored by the Board of Advocates and was organized by committee chairperson Gia Surla and BOA officer- in-charge Teresa Arguindegui. "The teams were all very professional." Arguindegui said. "The judges were impressed with our advocates, which makes the Board of Advocates a success. Because of the teams' cooperation and the huge commitment of my chairperson the competition was very much a success." The second- and third-year stu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1990

PAGE 2 ANNOTATIONS OCTOBER 1990 DICTA Letter to the Editor SBA scheduling 'error' offends student By Raymond Daniel Annotations Editor There's not much doubt in anyone's mind that South Texas has a problem with student parking. To help alleviate some of the problem students face with parking, we encourage students to address their concerns to Dean Wilks and leave them in the suggestion box located outside his office. There are three main problems which we see with the parking. First, a few students will simply not follow the rules established by the parking lot. They park their cars at the end of the row in an area that is not designated as a parking space. There's no excuse for this. Don't park on the lot unless there's a parking space available. It only creates difficulty for others. In fact, parking on the end of the compact car row makes it virtually impossible for someone who has correctly parked on the perimeter of the lot to exit. Recently, a friend of mine faced this situati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1990

OCTOBER 1990 ANNOTATIONS PAGE 3 Students stand ready to serve in Gulf crisis University Law School, which is not too far from his military base. Key's active duty orders require that he remain 50 miles within his active duty assignment. Joe Willie, a dentist and STCL student was forced to miss the first week of fall classes when he was activated last month and assigned to Eglin Air Force Base in Florida. Willie has resumed his legal studies, but he may be recalled to active duty at any time. "I can't tell you where I will go," said Willie. But Willie, a Captain in the Air Force Reserve, remains on alert status and when asked if he's prepared to go to Saudi Arabia, he said, "yes." While on active duty in Florida last month, Willie said he performed dental services ranging from oral surgery to decay prevention. Willie said the Air Force pilots and mechanics that he treated were heading for the Middle East. Willie, who practices dentistry with his father in By Steve Petrou One South Te...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1990

PAGE 4 ANNOTATIONS OCTOBER 1990 Exam tips: Whitebread informs new students on methods for law school success State Bar chair speaks here about Sunset October 10 By Karen Ball Professor Charles Whitebread attempted to diffuse some of the intimidation law school students face when taking first-year exams in a lecture at South Texas College of Law on September 13. "There is a huge difference between what you are doing day-to-day in class and what you will be called on to do on examinations," Whitebread said. "The exam you are going to take is going to assume your ability to read and brief a case. On the exam, you will be able to show to your professor you understand legal issues, that you can apply them and analyze them." Whitebread said exam preparation should not entail studying "more minutiae" about cases, but to understand the "big picture" about the course-what the professor has been trying to teach all term long. Whitebread, who teaches at Southern California and has taught at Vi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1990

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OCTOBER 1990 ANNOTATIONS PAGE 7 Speakers urge future lawyers not to bury Christian values By Ken Shortreed Mark Lanier, a partner at Vernon and Lanier, and Judge Scott Brister from the 234th Judicial District spoke on subjects involving Christians in the legal profession at the Christian Legal Society's first two meetings of the semester. Lanier told the story about Jesus and the woman who was caught in adultery (John 8). He noted that Jesus recognized the trap that the experts in the law had set for him. He turned the situation around and made the lawyers realize it was also a sin to be a malicious witness when he told them "He who is without sin cast the first stone." Lanier also stated that the law can be used maliciously, which does not end in justice or mercy and that is not the Christian way. As lawyers, he said, we will have the power to do right or wrong and there is little doubt which we are to choose. He concluded by urging the group, as busy as law students are, to take t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1990

PAGE 8 ANNOTATIONS OCTOBER 1990 Ton cant BAR REVIEW 1415 Fannin Houston, Texas 77002 (713) 739-9482 1-800-392-5441 (in Texas) Nancy Lusk Head Representative 558-7802 License to Practice The Supreme Court of the State of Texas acknowledges ¡1® J. Q. Law Student Having met the requirements of the law and having been accepted by the State Board of Law Examiners is hereby entitled to be licensed as an attorney and counselor at law Other representatives from STCL: Michelle Williams 692-7335 Marilyn Ottoman 952-2461 Rachel Tindel 659-5489 Bill Sebesta 465-2766 Bruce Kaye 497-5868 Kim Abbey Carl Hennager 488-4115 Laura Steelman 789-3359

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