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

October 1993 Page 5 Weigel continued from page I at the prime point of screening, the community's emergency rooms, he said. In many cases of child abuse, the abuser is the person who delivers the child to the emergency room. If the child has been abused before, the abuser often will choose to take the child to different hospitals or clinics. Thus, a child who appears with a simple fracture or single apparent injury is not necessarily evaluated for diagnostic indicators of child abuse trauma by an overworked emergency-room nurse or attend- ing physician. Moreover, the amount of paperwork and red tape involved make it easier to over- look a possible pattern. Also, Weigel said, even if maltreatment is observed or suspected, there are instances where some emergency personnel are reluctant or unwilling to become involved in unfortunate and often unsettling proceedings. He said he also believes that health care providers always have the nagging worry over becoming the target of a retaliat...

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

Page 6 October 1993 whowlxitwherewhenwhywh^^ CHRISTIAN LEGAL SOCIETY Where is the life we have lost in living? Where is the wis- dom we have lost in knowledge? Where is the knowledge we have lost in the information? T.S. Elliot Inquiring minds cannot grow stale. In the spiritual realm, is there a need for holy curiosity? Valid curiosity leads to maturity. Everyone is invited to join in fellowship with the Christian Legal Society as we read and study the gospels of Christ. CLS meets every Friday morning from 8 to 8:30 a.m. An afternoon meeting is also held weekly on Tuesdays from 12:10 to 12:40 p.m. Please check the bulle- tin boards weekly for room loca- tion. This semester's community project is taking off. CLS is spon- soring "The Angel Tree." (Please see ad, page 4.) We are encourag- ing all students to participate individually or in groups to share the spirit of giving during the holiday seasons with local commu- nity children who have special needs. More information will be ann...

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

October 1993 Page 7 whowhcrtwherewhenwhywho^^ The PTSA office is staffed Mon- secretary Debbie Davis were days from 2 to 5:30 p.m.; Tues- selected to attend a Texas Nature days from 5:30 to 7 p.m.; Wednes- Conservancy breakfast meeting at days from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m. and Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. There is a proposal to schedule a meeting during the week the tentative spring schedule comes out, in order for our mem- bers to advise each other about various courses and instructors. Please let your officers know if this is something that would be helpful to you. In addition, there has also been discussion of begin- ning a newsletter exclusively directed toward the needs of the part-time students. If anyone is interested in participating, please contact one of the officers of the organization. ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SOCIETY The Environmental Law Society is more active than ever this semester. Three events were held in September alone. ELS member Stephanie Angel and the Four Seasons Hotel. ...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1993

Page 8 ■ October 1993 : : continued from page 7 laude, from the University of Houston in 1982, where he was a member of the Order of the Bar- ons. Mr. Lukin has an extensive technical background, having worked as an electrical engineer for Westinghouse Electric Corp. and Fluor Corp. He attended law school while employed by Fluor and subsequently joined the legal department of Exxon Production Research Co. He joined Baker & Botts, L.L.P. in 1984. Mr. Lukin is a member of the State Bar of Texas and is licensed to practice before the U.S. Patent and Trade- mark Office. Mr. Headley graduated with honors from the University of Houston honors program with a bachelor of science in electrical engineering in 1971. He also received his J.D. with honors from the University of Houston in 1984. Mr. Headley has past employment experience as an engineer for both McDermott and Fluor. He is experienced in the preparation and prosecution of patent applications in both the electrical and mechanica...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1993

October 1993 Page 9 Intervention continued from page 3 been large as well. Question: So did Kissinger's bon mot have it wrong? Answer: No, it was Reagan who had it wrong ~ there is noth- ing "academic" about the role of the World Court. It counts. Where the court is counting these days is in Bosnia & Herzegovina v. Yugoslavia (Serbia & Montenegro), a case filed in March of this year. The only thing academic about this one is in the vocation of the contending coun- sel. Both are law professors: Francis Boyle of the University of Illinois for Bosnia and Shabtai Rosenne of Bar-Ilan University in Israel for Yugoslavia. In something of a switch on the David and Goliath figures, it is the professor from the land of Israel who is the giant, author of such intimidating works as "The Law and Practice of the International Court of Justice." And so far, the giant is losing. The gravamen of Bosnia's complaint is violation of the Genocide Convention, ratified by the former Yugoslavia in ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1993

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1993

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1993

Page 12 October 1993 Is Bar/Bri Really Enough For The MBE? FACT: FACT: FACT: FACT: The mean raw score on the 1992 Multistate Bar Exam was only 124 correct!* The overwhelming majority of students taking the bar were enrolled in Bar/Bri! Last year, 19,635 students nationwide failed the bar exam primarily due to low MBE score! In 1991, 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 1992 MBE. Inc fease Ids Ofp assing. C^weDlrecwr Ssr—" Ir> Yb, '^634 i vjaa ver/ W"60"'' ! «o W « ,oor ^riuni 1 ^ last. «•*!„, ir>w> few 11 ">r . ««!• vorrl,fo*w>-w"' oorfiden". «> o0l tse 1«• portion ev«rtW1M!\ o for t ° „ 8„4S '°r t * kAAA A a p*dBn Cerritos Jerry, CA 1847 Santa 6t¿ St. lonjea 90?0i CA SC vrt Dear 9040i ^ "«Un. E' Stro^ reco^ 'Ved in Yi - >fcfcáá<< - r Absolutely, Positively A Necessary Multistate Supplement! MULTISTATE SPECIALIST urwfes-tíuL.b...

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

Another STCL winner Page 4 SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW What's new on campus Pages 6-7 ANNOTATIONS Volume xxii number 2 The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law September 1993 Student hopes to help others learn By RUTH PILLER Annotations Editor The biggest worry facing first-year student George William Walls Jr. is tardiness. Not his. Rather, he fears the Metrolift drivers who bring him to South Texas College of Law each day won't keep to their schedules. Walls, who answers to Bill, began law school Aug. 16. Like many other lLs, he accepts studying tips from 2Ls and 3Ls, and he isn't really thrilled about taking Legal Research and Writ- ing. He's just like all other students — except for his mode of transportation. Walls maneuvers through the hallowed halls of South Texas in a wheelchair. Walls, 31, broke two vertebrae in his neck in a diving accident seven years ago. Since then, he has been paralyzed from the chest down. Walls, who is enrolled in contracts, torts, civil pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

ANNOTATIONS Editor Asstistant Editor Business Manager Faculty Sponsor Senior Writer Staff Writers Sportswriters Photographer Ruth Piller Jeri Wechsler Patricia Hernandez R. Randall Kelso Lee Keller King Kathleen Carney Lisa Holland Steven Hudgins Scott Smith Mei Pagliaro Annotations is the student newspaper of South Texas College of Law, Annotations will be published eight times during the 1993-94 school year. The paper is scheduled for publication during the first weeks of September, October, November and December 1993, and the first weeks of February, March, April and May 1994. Annotations welcomes contributions from students, faculty, alumni and staff of South Texas College of Law. Annotations will publish signed letters to the editor, but a phone number must be in- cluded with all letters for verification purposes. Annotations may cut a letter or other contribution because of space constraints. Advertising and copy deadlines are the 15th of the month before each scheduled public...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

September 1^3 Plain talk: SBA launches new year By CLINT E. JONES I would like to take this opportunity to welcome those continuing students who are back for the Fall semester, as well as those who are entering their first semester at South Texas. By the time that you read this article, you should have already started classes or new clerkships, and some of you first-year students will have already had the pleasure of reciting for the first time in class. But, whether 01 not you like being back in school, the SBA officers and I hope that we can make your stay a little more enjoyable by providing various activities for you during the semester. Before I inform you of the current plans for the SBA, let me tell you about some things that occurred during the summer, most of which was mentioned in the summer edition of Annota- tions. We began the summer by dividing the past SBA activities into various committees. By now, most of you have seen a list of these committees on the large poster ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

Page 4 September 1993 Finals, flight and other fish tales South Texas students fish South Texas' Laguna Madre By STEVEN HUDGINS and SCOTT SMITH Annotations Sports Reporters While most lLs were celebrating the end of their first year of law school at the nearest bar last spring, your two sports columnists and 2L Shaun Roberts were invited by 2L Richard Morrison to fish South Texas' Laguna Madre. The flight left Hobby Airport an hour after our Property I final and landed in Harlingen a short time later. From there, Port Mansfield is a short, 30-mile trip to the north. Richard's father was gracious enough to let us use his boat and fishing gear, thus enabling us to reach some of the finest speckled trout and redfishing on the Texas coast. After waking up well before daylight, the first stop was only a five-minute boat ride from the marina. We parked the boat on the leeward side of some islands created by the Army Corps of Engineers when they dredged the Intercoastal Waterway. Because m...

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

September 1993 Page 5 Collegiate Crossword 26 27 31 3d 39 | 43 MbO 54 55 56 M 65 ¿A h n~ iF~ ?3- L Pa- cí 993 Crow word Magazine Inc. For a fres crossword puzzle catalogue, cal or write: Crossword Magazine. Inc., PO Box 909-A. Bellmore. NY 11710 (516) 826-9479 ACROSS 1 Bondholders, 8 C PA. 10 Java neighbor 14 Smokestack sight 15 Concert or theater follower 16 Five-star name 17 Author Havelock 18 Make a decision 19 Fad 20 Washington city Washington city? 22 Author of many poems? 23 Rig 24 PC application 26 Toe preceder 28 Tight position? 30 Man (Emilio Estevez 31 Onetime basketball org. 32 Chimney- sweep's target 34 Go over the fine print 38 Cheesy magazine 40 Route 42 Aunicydehas one 43 Emulates Rickey Henderson 46 California 49 Dim- constructing agcy. 50 Thousands of bucks 52 Office-seeker 53 Headed for thehils 54 Repeal 58 Exclamation of amusement 60 Answering- machine sound 61 German city German city? 65 Fugitiva Torn a Chain Gang 66 Actress Moran 67 Take for (deceive) 68 Slip a ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

Pase 6 September 1993 whowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwher ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SOCIETY The Environmental Law Society has its goals set high this semester, with the reintroduction of Lex Terra, an environmental publication. The Lex Terra Edito- rial Board is striving to publish an environmental law journal for South Texas. This semester the journal will be in its starting phase for proving itself worthy of this tremendous task. The editorial board has been meeting this summer and will be shifting into high gear as this semester begins. Participating in Lex Terra is an wonderful opportunity for students to be part of the birth of a publica- tion which will bring South Texas once again into the limelight. The Environmental Law Society also will host an environ- mental crimes seminar in the spring. Last spring, ELS first hosted the one-day seminar, during which speakers from all over the country spoke about this hot topic. It was a great success, with lawyers and business peo...

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

■SuHuiihu 1VV3 Page 7 whowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwherewhenwhywhowhatwher office hours and volunteer mem- bers/officers to be in the office during office hours. STCL is in the process of establishing an IF internship program in the federal courts, clerkships with many major local IP law firms and a resume book directed at the local IP firms. How about this: having a formal joint program with the University of Houston Intellectual Property Law Institute, where STCL and UH work together for the common good of the IP law students in Houston. Other ideas: establish an IP Law Review group to assist local federal judges in keeping up with the trend of the patent decisions of the federal circuit, the chief appellate body which interprets patent laws. There are many positions available a the STCL IPL&T. So come in, be an active member and share the experience. ASIAN PACIFIC AMERICAN LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION APALSA and the Houston Asian-American Bar Association are sponsoring the first ann...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

PaUc8 September 1993 Danger: Crazed students ahead, families warned By RUTH PILLER Annotations Editor When he was in the U.S. Navy, the ship on which Prof. Charles Weigel served sailed, one day, into port. On that day, the ship allowed wives and sweethearts of the sailors to board the ship and cruise the waters around San Diego. "It was very significant because it gave these other people ... a chance to share our world," he said. Embarking on the Paper Chase version of that voyage, more than 90 friends and relatives of South Texas College of Law's newest 1 Ls packed Garrett- Townes Auditorium on Aug. 14 to learn what they could expect — and should expect -- from the new law students in their lives. The program, planned and hosted by the Part-Time Students' Association, kept those lLs' companions and acquaintances occupied during new-student orientatiwhile STCL's newest students attended simulated classes. Along with Weigel, speak- ers were Prof. Helen Jenkins, STCL graduate Sherry V...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

Stntimhir 1993 Ginsberg continued from payo 1 more cautious jurist during her past 13 years on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals. As one liberal commentator noted, with some concern, during this time she "voted more often with conserva- tive Republicans like Robert Bork than with liberal Democratic appointees like Abner Mikva." The Nation 52 (July 12, 1993). During her confirmation hearing, Justice Ginsburg was very effective in using quotes from paragons of judicial re- straint, like Justice Holmes, Judge Learned Hand, and Chief Justice Rehnquist, to illustrate aspects of her judicial philosphy. This, too, is consistent with the Frankfurter model. In the end, however, I do not think that Justice Ginsburg is likely to follow in Justice Frankfurter's footsteps. The rest of this comment will attempt to explain why. In a recent article, I argued that there are four main eras of American constitutional law: the natural law era, which predomi- nated from 1789-1872; the for- malist era, w...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

Pago 10 September 1993 whowhatwhenwhe cm mined from page 7 SOUTH TEXAS LAW REVIEW South Texas Law Review is pleased to announce that 41 students will be joining as candi- dates this fall. They are: Glenn Airóla, Charles Aris, Thomas Bair, Peggy Bittick, Bill Burdette, Jim Bussian, Stephen Buttran, Brian Casey, Danielle Clark, Chris Diamond, Anna Ethridge, David Finck, John Garza, Bob Gresch, Andrea Hester, Lisa Holland, Pamela Hopper, Steven Hudgins, Jane Joseph, Daniel Keele, Marilyn Levinson, Jeffrey Migit, Tony Nolte, Angela Pence, Ruth Piller, Jennifer Raposa, William Russell, Irene Said, Sangita Seago, Stuart Smith, William Smith, Angela Spears, Richard Spies, Lance Strickland, Monica Vaughn, Eric Wade, Casey Wallace, Jeri Wechsler, Matthew White, Paul Wilbur and James Willi. The Law Review expected to release its August 1993 issue by (Annotations) press time. The issue features four articles written by outside authors. The subjects of these articles are homosexual rights, the ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

Scplcnihcr 199.1 ZáiiS-li South lexas students spend summer clerking in state's capital From Annotations Staff Reports While most South Texas students clerked for firms or went to school here in Houston last summer, some worked for the courts in our state's capital this summer. Clint Jones, Student Bar Association president, interned at both the Third Court of Appeals and the Court of Criminal Ap- peals. "I worked for six weeks at the Court of Appeals, interning for Justice Bea Ann Smith," he said. "Then I worked for three weeks at the Court of Criminal Appeals, working for Justice Charles F. Baird. "We were sworn to confidentiality, so I can't say anything about any specific case, but I was struck by how much work the courts do, especially the Third Court," Jones said. "I was impressed by how well the briefing attorneys and judges knew the cases. They really knew the nuts and bolts of each case." Jones worked about two weeks on each assignment for the Third Court ~ one week researc...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1993

Paye 12 September 1993 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. VíhetherJ®?^- \ Harvard 1 Kit**4 Ji •••* ' PMBfl &Ptemter 23 J992 " ^ ^ stixol Ss¿. ?°w ize 0,010 * took ^7 í*0w ^ -T—;rta good «vorir/ y off. gA 1 had no Absolutely, Positively A Necessary Multistate Supplement! MULTISTATE SPECIALIST jv& tA/^festtjubeofc fa. ih, NATIONWIDE TOU FREE (800) 523-0777

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