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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1993

February 1993 ANNOTATIONS Page 5 Sportsperson's Corner by Erik Wollam Hopefully, all you STCL outdoor types were able to take advantage of your time away from school, holiday parties and work during the break to pursue more noble endeavors beyond the city limit. Here is a rundown of last fall's activities. Hunting The 3-D seasons (Dove, Duck & Deer) are closed. Goose season will last until Valentine's Day and Quail season a week longer, but for all intents and purposes the 92-93 hunting season is over. Dove season was the best of '92. I had some outstanding hunts in South Texas in October, one of which gave me the pleasure of introducing Todd Feder (3L) to hunting. He had a great time and Academy is now his favorite store. Barrel warming experiences were also reported by James Stringer (3L) and Steve Hudgins (1L) who also hunted South Texas doves last fall. Duck season got off to a slow start in November but the second half of the season was a hit in the marshes East of town. My...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1993

£ansJL ANNOTATIONS February 1993 by Professor Matt Mitten Over the holiday break I was thinking about ways to stimulate interaction and dialogue between faculty and students outside of the classroom at South Texas. There are occasional conferences between faculty and students to discuss questions about course material or career guidance as well as review exams. But for the most part, both faculty and students go their own separate ways after the class period ends. My objective is not to criticize the individual choices students and faculty make in budgeting their precious resource of time. Rather it is a call for more exchanges of ideas and viewpoints between faculty and students as well as more active mutual participation in school activities. Such increased interaction will help develop a greater sense of community at South Texas and enable us to better understand each other. The greatest resource that South Texas possesses is its people and the rich variety of life experiences an...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1993

February 1993 annotations Page 7 Perspective fcont. from p. 6). did not based on one's exam perfor- mance. Grading is a necessary evil. To provide an incentive to work hard and recognize achievement, as well as provide desired information to employ- ers, one must be given an evaluation of his/her efforts. Two inevitable conse- quences are that some grades will be higher than others and that probably half Red's Barber / Style Shop First City Bank Building 1021 Main Street Tunnel Level 659-4500 OPEN 7:30 - 5:00 We feature Paul Mitchell products WHEN YOU NEED A LEGAL NOTICE PUBLISHED... YOU NEED IT FAST! Qrompt and dependable service is what you expect from a daily newspaper that publishes legal notices. [|nd that is what we deliver, every business day. Salty (Ml 3\Cl)iCll) ' serving you since 1889 MAILING ADDRESS: P.O. BOX 1889, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77251-1889 EXECUTIVE OFFICES: 6807 WYNNWOOD, HOUSTON, TEXAS 77008 TELEPHONE: 713/869-5434 of the students will be happy, whereas the other half...

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teas 8 ANNOTATIONS February 1993 WhoWhatWhereWhenWhy CURRENTS Currents International Trade Law Journal has elected the editorial board for the spring semester. Denise Poulos moved to Managing Editor. Darryl Wolfe will remain Articles Editor for an additional semester. Bryan Baker and Michele Molnar were added as Research and Articles Editors, and Joyce Stevens was added as Operations Editor. Those editors remaining from fall '92 include Edwin Friesenhahn (Editor-in- Chief); Derek Larson (Business Edi- tor); Kenneth Bell and Lee Haas (Research Editors); and Sonya Aston and Mike Waters (Articles Editors). Any students interested in writing a student piece or becoming a staff member can stop by the office in room 400 (Cullen building) and complete an application. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SOCIETY The Environmental Law Society is sponsoring a CLE seminar on Environ- mental Crimes on Thursday, February 18, 1992 in Garret-Townes auditorium. Speakers will include Eva From, Fulbright & Jaworski...

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COLLEGE OF LAW Have a Great Spring Break! Spring Dance April 3rd. ANNOTATIONS volume xxi number 5 The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law march 1993 William A. Anderson, Judson Starr, Environmental Law Society President Andrew L. Strong and Professor Olga Moya visit during the seminar's reception. Photo by David Potts. Enterprising Legal Efforts In increasing numbers, attorneys are beginning to fully realize the benefits provided by a new breed of practitioners called litigation consultants. These professionals have backgrounds in areas such as psychology, social science, and communication and attempt to help attorneys understand the decision-making process used by the trier of fact to arrive at a decision. One such individual is STCL student Will Helixon, who is co- founder of Legal Communication Concepts, a Houston-based litigation consulting firm that provides services ranging from preliminary case analysis to post-verdict review. Founded in 1991 with Matt Caligur, a ...

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ANNOTATIONS "arch 1993 Courtroom Dedicated On February 1st, South Texas dedi- cated courtroom AOlin honor of Houston attorney John O'Quinn. The new O'Quinn Courtroom recog- nizes the generous contributions O'Quinn has made to the college. Recently, O'Quinn donated $125,000 to the South Texas advocacy program in honor of his close friend, Assistant Dean T. Gerald Treece. Some of the money donated was used to renovate the practice courtroom. The renovations included new furniture, carpet, paint, and art work. "My good friend John O'Quinn is best known for protecting the rights of the ordinary person, and I know him to be a generous person who truly cares about others," Treece said. "This gift will allow others to see John's true altruism." A graduate of the University of Houston Law Center, O'Quinn made legal history last year by winning a $25 million breast implant case against Bristol-Myers Squibb Company. Assistant Dean T. Gerald Treece, John O'Quinn, and Dean W. L. Wilks pose in t...

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March 1993 ANNOTATIONS Page ? A New Twist On Tax Evasion by Elisabeth Wood With the tax season upon us, one might look wistfully at the IRS of the Russian Federation and only wish that the American IRS was even half as inept at tax collection. In fact, never before have so many capitalist entrepreneurs had it so good when it comes to successful tax evasion in one country. However, a brief examination of the economic crisis in Russia conclusively demonstrates that despite our deficit, and the prospect of higher taxes, it is far better to be here than there. At present the Russian government collects only 10% of the taxes owed by Russian business entities. This manifests itself in the abundance of entrepreneurs driving Mercedes and BMWs around Moscow without having paid one ruble in taxes on them. These capitalists deftly evade tax obligations in the Russian Federation mainly because their IRS is incompetent, understaffed, and practi- cally non-functioning. It is difficult for us Amer...

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Paw 4 ANNOTATIONS March 1993 Even non-smokers Lisa Moran and David D. Brittain take time out to enjoy the new Smokers' Pavilion. The Pavilion was built in response to the building's fairly new no smoking policy. Catering Orders to go 1119 Pease 759-2001 Open Mon.-Fri. 11-2 TUESDAY & THURSDAY NIGHT CRAWFISH BOIL IS BACK!! 4:30 - 10:00 ft******************* South Louisiana Home Cookin' — Cafeteria Style — In & out in 15 minutes! Just 1 Vi blocks from Kinkos, on the corner of Pease & San Jacintos! (we're a poet & didn't know it). Students! Speak up & get a free drink with your meal. The "former law student" hangout. t * * * * t * * * * * * * * * * * * * i í $ i CURRENTS by Scott Billings Are you interested in international trade law? If you are, South Texas has a great opportunity for you to get a unique insight into the current issues and aspects of international law that most law schools do not have. Many law schools have international law journals, but these jour...

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March 199.? ANNOTATIONS Page 5 Mary Ferguson, Sean Breen, Bryan Baker and Randy Hart competed in the National Security Law Moot Court Competition at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.. The South Texas team made it to the final round where, they were ousted by Georgetown. The STCL team did, however, capture the best brief award. Unlike most moot court competitions, the teams were required to write both Petitioner's and Respondent's briefs. The final round was shown on C-Span, February 27th, as part of the "America In The Courts" series. SPECIALIZING IN LAW BOOKS AND HELPS FOR STUDENTS LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED THE BOOKSHELF II 650-6858 1203 CAROLINE NEXT TO JOSEPHINE'S HOURS: MON.-THUR. 9-9 FRI.-SAT. 10-6 WE BUY AND SELL USED LAW BOOKS Win Big Money The following writing competi- tions are being sponsored this year by various legal organizations. Students have the opportunity to win monetary prizes, have their essays published, and win recogni- tion for themsevles and fo...

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Page & ANNOTATIONS March 1993 No Place Like Home South Texas College of Law won the 1993 Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition South Central Regional held at South Texas on February 4-6. The team, consisting of David Wilson, Elisabeth Wood, David Valetutto, Tracy Jackson, and Bill Nantz went undefeated and was the top seed going into the semi-final rounds. The team defeated the University of Texas, Denver University, Southwestern University, and Texas Wesleyan Univer- sity in preliminary rounds. In the semi-finals, the team defeated the University of Oklahoma. South Texas then went on to knock off in-state rival St. Mary's University in the final round in Joe Green Auditorium. The team will now go to the International Semi-finals of the competition in Washington D.C. March 29-April 3. The team also won the award for Best Brief, while Wilson was named Best Oralist and Valetutto was named Third Best Oralist. The Jessup competition is the nation's second oldest ...

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March 1993 ANNOTATIONS Page 7 wd I get approval to Post this notice about our pup's party, please *> U—lomCE OF STUOEMT "AFFAIAS" OFFICE OF STUDENT 'AFFAJRS If there are graphics, do they include goblet- shaped vessels or beverages with discernible ell, first just a few questions. Does it contain oam? • V > any four-letter words uch as "beer" or "wine ? oes the word hour appear preceded by an\\ djective Annotations would like to know how you think our new U.S. President is doing. Please write down your enlightening opinions and share them with the masses. No anonymous or profane opinions, please! Just slip it under our office door. Thanks! By Helen Flores Collegiate Crossword R WÜL ACROSS 1 Sort of block- shaped Jf"I wouldn't for the world" 15 Fancy flourish in handwriting 16 Hydrocarbon found in natural gas 17 Creator of X"Gargantua" Reddish-brown pi gment 19 Pulpy fruit 20 California live oaks Total 23 Swampy areas 25 Andronicus 26 out a living 27^0under of psycho analysis 2...

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Paw 8 ANNOTATIONS M?rth I??? Law Review Editor Jay Seegers chats with Professor Siegel and Professor Weigold at the February Law Review Party. The spring semester welcomed twenty-two new members to the Law Review Staff. Congratulations to: Sarah Bay Scott Billings Ray Black Greg Bopp Lee Collins Jeffrey Gilman Mitchell Ginsburg Ebon Holt Clint Jones David Jarrett Neal Kaminsky Shelly Leibman Shannon Manning Tim McDonough Daniel Pellar Joanne Resh Jantha Reynolds Carol Rusciano Cindi Shafer Charles Schweppe Michael Telle David Weaver IT'S A NUMBERS GAME GETTING A JOB means getting your resume and cover letter to the maximum number of contacts possible. • In 1991 1,474 resumes were mailed per job secured. • Over 85% of all jobs were not even advertised. Our highly specialized database allows you to: • Identify specific law firms by specialty, size and city • Target the right contacts: hiring partners, recruiters, etc. • Distribute your resume/cover letter quickly and inexpensively All...

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Match 1993 ANNOTATIONS Pafle 9 SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW 1992 CAMPUS CRIME STATISTICS YEAR ENDED DECEMBER 31. MONTH OF INCREASE CRIMES REPORTED: JAN. 1993 1992 1991 (DECREASE) -MURDER & NON-NEGLIGENT 0 0 0 0 MANSLAUGHTER -RAPE 0 0 0 0 -ROBBERY 0 2 3 (1) -AGGRAVATED ASSAULT 0 1 1 (0) -BURGLARY 0 1 0 1 -MOTOR VEHICLE THEFT 0 15 27 (12) ARRESTS MADE: -LIQUOR LAW VIOLATIONS 0 0 0 0 -DRUG ABUSE VIOLATIONS 0 0 0 0 -WEAPONS POSSESSIONS 0 0 0 0 SOURCE: Houston Police Department Dean's List Certificates - Orders taken un- til March 12th in Room 219. Hurry! HB HOUSTON BAR €| CENTER J Serving the downtown community since 1918 Convenience and amenities for the budget conscious professional Professional on-site leasing and management Highly competitive rental rates Accommodations for those needing small offices, entire floors, or full service executive suites Within walking distance to courts, recreation, and a complement of services On-site security For leasing information please contact: ...

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Paqe 10 ANNOTATIONS Mar<;h 199? Will Kline's big catch-of-the-day begs to be eaten. Sportsperson's Corner By Erik Wollam Now is the "offseason" for true outdoors types. However, all is not lost. You can take advantage of this idletime by starting to clear out all the ziplock baggies that have accumulated in your freezer before next fall rolls around and you have no idea what each bag contains or for that matter what the contents used to be. Cooking and eating everything you bagged last fall is not only fun, it is the finale of the hunting or fishing trip which should not be neglected. If you're throwing out game in September because of freezer burn, that's waste. Cooking the fresh fish like the one pictured is easy, not to mention the fact that most people like to eat it. Making the goose or the venison roast that's been staring you in the face every time you reach for an ice cube is usually a matter of time and lots of it. I usually find myself cooking these time-consuming meats...

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Marnh 1933 ANNOTATIONS Pag? 11 The television in the lounge draws a big crowd in the evening hours. Are they watching Meet the Press or Nightline? Of course not, it's The Simpsons! BLIND RLLEV CHUCK PETTllPOGaER PALSGRAF FINALLY CATCHES CARD020 CARRION ON IN HIS ZONE OF DANGER. SOUTH TEXAS C O LLEGE OF LAW BOOKSTORE A service of Barnes & Noble Bookstores WEEKLY Shipments of Law In a Flash, Casenotes, Legalines, and NUMEROUS Study Aids Check Out Your On Campus Bookstore For All ffiQíññvSl Your Study Needs!! HOURS: Mon. - Thur. 9:00 a.m. - 7:30 p.m. Friday 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. (New Hours) We Buy Books Back Every Day!! 646-1756 SALE That's right, a sale! Clean out those closets and donate any books, cassettes, records or videos to the Library Book Sale. The sale is being held on March 25th and 26th in the History Room on the third floor (the long, narrow room parallel to Caroline). Donations can be dropped off at the Circulation Desk betwen now and March 22nd. Last year's sale rai...

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Page 12 ANNOTATIONS Man* 1993 WhoWhatWhereWhenWhy Environmental Law Society We conducted a full day Enviromental Crimes Seminar on February 18th. At that time, we handed out an Enviromental Law Journal. We hope the Journal will become a tradition here at STCL. A general meeting was held on Monday, March 1st. Items discussed included the next major event, pro-bono work, proposals to STCL on an envi- ronmental course curriculum, and upcoming elections on April 5th, at 4:30 in room 221E. Phi Alpha Delta An atrium party was held on March 1st. A general meeting will be held soon. Look for dates and times! PAD will have its monthly night out on Friday, March 12th. Talk to one of our members if you are interested in coming along. Come find out what PAD can do for you! Initiation is scheduled for Fri- day, March 26th. U,T,-Exes For only $20.00 in dues, you can have a U.T. shirt with the U.T. logo on it and more fun than you can handle. Be on the look out for meeting dates and times. If you ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1993

Happy Graduation! SOUTH TEXAS ■SfCtr GoodLuck On finals! ANNOTATIONS VOLUME XXI NUMBER 6 The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law April 1993 Moonlighting Magician Frank Price is a visiting appellate and state district judge as well as a practicing magician. Photo by Anne White. by Ruth Filler If he's not the Southern version of television's "Night Court," replete with magic and humor, he definitely comes close. Either way, he may be the first judge to openly boast of the tricks he has up his sleeves. By day, Frank Price is a visiting tribunal -- as a justice upstairs in Houston's 1st or 14th Courts of Appeals, or as a judge in one of dozens of Harris County's state district criminal and civil courts. But after hours, the self-described shy, soft-spoken judge foregos the judicial robe in favor of a tuxedo. Price is a magician who performs at Magic Island and at private parties. His specialty, he says, is sleight of hand. "The greatest compliment to me is when people don't ...

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Pa°e 2 J'JI C ANNOTATIONS APril 1993 Congratulations to the 1993-94 Law Review Editorial Board: (Standing-L to R) Mark Patterson, Kay Brown, David Brittain, Stephen Lee, Greg Bopp, Shelly Leibham, Patrick Traylor, and Liz Binig. (Seated-L to R) Pat Wadlington, Craig Estlinbaum, and Will Anderson. Photo by David Potts. Dear Annotations, A Word to the Dean Had the elevator incident occurred as you described, I would be embarrassed for all of us. However, I have heard that there is another side to this story. There is almost always a second side to any story - we, lawyers and lawyers-to-be, should know this better than most. And there are many more examples of inappropriate behavior and many more stories to be told. For example, many of the night students have trouble, on occasion, in getting to 5:30 p.m. classes on time but you have left us entirely to the mercy(?) of the professors. While it would be rude and disrespectful to be consistently late to class, being counted absent becaus...

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April 1993 ANNOTATIONS Page_l Is Bar/Bri Really Enough For The MBE? FACT FACT FACT The mean raw score on the 1991 Multistate Bar Exam was only 117 correct!* The overwhelming majority of students taking the bar were enrolled in Bar/Bri! Last year, over 21,000 students nationwide failed the bar exam primarily due to low MBE scores! 'Statistics furnished by the. National Conference of Bar Examiners for the February 1991 MBE. \ti Ohio- est ^atvuar/ 22, 1992 ipshirej up0tl *2^ 80 lion tot fre 1 ioUli L to ^uie l!fre qae^i0ns q station a¿- 1U ptadice q prepatau , ■-*- T/"# to°k the V rece/ve i „ M^uie Bar f Pretoratíon ac< By ^ way T „ thee*^. _ y> * Will . . """«-y / , —r—- maaa. Absolutely, Positively A Necessary Multistate Supplement! MULTISTATE SPECIALIST bfe fa, ih. flAuJblixfiJfat NATIONWIDE TOLL FREE NUMBER: (800) 523-0777

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Page 4 ANNOTATIONS Aoril 1993 Repertory & Reciting by Lynne Lamb Bryant "When it comes to class recitation, other students perceive that I'm not nervous, when, in fact, I am," says Tere Myers, 2L, who literally acts her way through school. "I'm just as nervous as the next person in class; I'm on as unfamiliar territory as they are," she insists. "I don't perceive that I have any advantage." The real difference between how Tere acts her way through school compared to how the rest of us fumble through is that she also also acts when she's not in class. Tere currently stars in a two-woman play, Always ... Patsy Cline, which is being showcased in cities across the country. She describes Patsy Cline as "a country music icon: one of those people who, had she lived, would have led the charge of those entertainers who crossed over from country to rockabilly." Among Patsy Cline's hits were "Crazy" and "I Fall to Pieces". Like Case Law: Based on True Story Written and directed by Ted Swin...

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