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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1995

Page 9 FastTrack: President's Dream & Congress' Nightmare By STEPHANIE ANGEL UndertheU.S. Constitution, the President is the main negotiator for international trade agreements; however, the Constitution also em- powers Congress with the author- ity to "lay and collect taxes, duties, imports and excises" and to "regu- late commerce with foreign na- tions. " Therefore, when the United States enters into an international agreement concerning trade with a foreign nation, then the President and Congress must act together. When the executive and legislative branches cooperate, they can achieve dramatic success and progress in international trade. Yet, their lack of cooperation and distrust of each other has also been the hallmark of United States' international trade negotiations. Over the years, political con- flicts between the President and Congress have eroded the President's ability to negotiate and engage in fruitful trade agreements with other nations. Congress has always had a...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1995

Page 10 CROSSW RD® Crossword Edited by Stan Chess Puzzle Created by Richard Silvestri * •a 8 ¡ 10 iTI fl'2 I r 1 1* PI His it 21 MB.3 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 p2 33 34 35 37 38 42 43 45 46 57 [ia 49 50 51 H | 55 62 ■ t H r I | 7° 1 r 1" C1992 Crossword Magazina Inc. Box 909 • Bailmora, NY 11710- (516) 679-8608 ACROSS 40 Head of the DOWN 30 Gantry of 1 Toy-pistol Secret 1 Without fiction ammo Squadron preparation 32 Reuters rival 5 Aheap 44 You, once 2 Precinct 33 Standard- 0 Struck an 45 Comic lead-in 3 Stud holding deviation attitude 46 Tablecloth 4 Plumber's tool symbol 14 Algerian port substitute 5 Educated folks 34 One of the 15 Agenda 47 Joining alloy 6 Soul singer Aliens segment 50 Sit a spell Redding 35 Unkempt 16 Mary 51 Whatever 7 Wallet items 38 Desperately Richards' best 52 Neighbor of 8 Slap on urgent friend Col. 9 PDQ 41 Cartoonist Key 17 Star Wars 54 He ran against 10 Riverfront 42 Be at odds princess DOE Stadium's river 43 Eyewitness 18 Point at the 56 Henry Fonda 11 The ...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1995

Page 11 Are You Looking For a New Place To Live? LSAT CAN HELP! Law Student Apartment Tenant locators a division of . Law and Graduate Student Locators, Inc We specialize in locating housing for law students. Barth Timmermann J.D. (member of the Texas Bar) Brent Devere J.D./C.P.A. (Md.), (member of the Texas Bar) Phone: Fax: 660-9459 660-9747 & % You can't practice LAW in Texas without this... Over the past decade the overwhelming majority used BAR/BRl to get it!! License to Practice The Supreme Court of the State of Texas acknou IrJtet I Q Lau SiuJ.ni Having met the requirements of the law and hat ing been accepted the State Board of Law Examiners hereby entitled to be licensed as an attorney and counselor at lau The National Bar Review of Texas tofcrr STCL BAR-BRI REPS 1994-1995 HEAD REPRESENTATIVE ♦Michelle Cweren 778-1672 1415 Fannin, Suite 250 Houston. Texas 77002 (713) 739-9482 1—800—392—5441 (in Texas) ♦Linda Butler 526-8529 ♦Wendy Harmon 781-1117 ♦Shannon Robbie 526-8540...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1995

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Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

SOUTHTEXAS Annotations Volume XXIV, Number 1 The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law August 1S New dean takes reigns Read promises to be visible presence on campus By Mark Bankston process that will consume a I Editor lot of our time and attention H By Mark Bankston Editor Frank T. "Tom" Read, who took over as the eighth dean of South Texas on Aug. 1, sees three imme- diate goals for the school: prepare for ABA accredita- tion inspection and gain membership in the Ameri- can Association of Law Schools (AALS), assess fund-raising efforts for the proposed new library and establish a summer study abroad program at STCL. The American Bar Association inspects accred- ited law schools once every seven years. South Texas' turn for inspection comes next year but now is the time to start preparing for it, Read said. "Preparing for in- spection this year includes a very extensive self-study process that will consume a lot of our time and attention to work on," Read said. "And actu...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

Page 2 August 1995 Top dogs get Order of Lytae Tuition , continued from page 1 An honorary frater- nity, the Order of the Lytae at South Texas College of Law recognizes outstanding academic achievement. Students must have completed at least 45 hours of law studies at South Texas College of Law to partici- pate in the Order of the Lytae. Students must have an overall grade point aver- age of at least a " B+", with no grade below a "C+", in the 45 semester hours pre- ceding election to member- ship. Dean, continued from page 1 tain the money will be there. "We can't afford to fail and so we want to be careful we know what we're doing before we go public," Read said. The third item Read will take up this year is the establishment of a summer study abroad program at South Texas. The first pro- grams will likely come on line this coming summer, Read said. Prior to coming to South Texas, Read spent a year and a half working for the ABA and one of his du- ties was to be in charge of oversi...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

August 1995 Page 3 $89* per Semester Covered Parking At The Fannin Garage CLAY South Texas College of Law FANNIN GARAGE • PAY ONE LOW PRICE FOR THE ENTIRE SEMESTER • RESERVE PARKING AVAILABLE • COURTESY PATROL OFFICERS AVAILABLE AT GARAGE TO ESCORT CUSTOMERS TO THEIR VEHICLES GARAGE HOURS: Monday thru Friday • 6:00 am until 11:00 pm Saturday • 8:00 am until 7:00 pm • Contract Only Semester payment of parking charges plus $10 refundable card deposit due at start up. South Texas College of Law students only. Refer to contract for details. Contact Bruce Lyon @ 650-8212 for more information OFFER ENDS 8/28/95

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

Page 4 August 1995 BOA makes strong case The Board of Advo- cates (BOA) is a student or- ganization directed by Pro- fessor T. Gerald Treece, Assistant Dean & Director of Advocacy, and Shaun Devine, Advocacy Coordi- nator, which focuses prima- rily on the enhancement of advocacy skills. The BOA coordi- nates the intramural moot court and mock trial compe- titions, and also facilitates the continued success of the variety of advocacy pro- grams here at South Texas College of Law. Mock trial advocates prepare a case, either civil or criminal, and then try that case before a judge and a jury. Mock Trial advo- cates make opening state- ments, closing arguments, as well as direct examinations of their own witnesses and SBA, Continued from page 1 Texas Representative is Marissa Bennett, while the American Bar Association Representative is Rebecca Eplen. If you have any ques- tions or suggestions concern- ing the SBA plans for the upcoming year please do not hesitate to stop by the SBA...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

- ■ August 1995 Page 5 Editorial Next stop isAALS This year's incoming class of One Ls arrives at South Texas College of Law during a transitional period as incoming Dean Frank T. Read takes the reigns from outgoing Dean William Wilks. And unlike many other institutions of higher learning today, South Texas' change in top leadership does not come as the result of turmoil at the school. Rather, thanks to Dean Wilks' exemplary leadership, STCL is poised to step into the upper ech- elon of American law schools. With a remarkable track record in national Moot Court and Mock Trial competitions, one of the best faculties in the country and plans to build a new library, South Texas is not far from achieving national promi- nence. With his wealth of experience and knowledge, Dean Read promises to take STCL there. Look out American Association of Law Schools, here we come. ¥ 1 NEEP THIS FfcAMtC? If'S WORTH FlfTy Gr^AND can YOU HANDLE ITZ1 First year survival guide... forget Turowand 'The Pap...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

Page 6 Docket Call August 1995 Aggie Law Student Association The Aggie Law Stu- dent Association was estab- lished to facilitarte the re- cruitment of Texas A&M University graduates to South Texas, to bring pro- grams to South Texas for the benefit of all South Texas students, and to increase awareness of South Texas in the Texas legal community. Association mem- bers also seek to enrich the educational experience and professional development of South Texas students, as well as develop a strong sense of community by building the bonds already shared by Aggies. For more informa- tion, stop by the group's of- fice in Room 217. Asian Pacific American Law Students Association The Asian Pacific American Law Students Association (APALSA) formed in 1989 and was the first such chapter in Texas. Through APALSA's assistance, several other chapters were formed in Texas. The association is active in community projects, speaker forums and intercollegiate activities with other law schools. AP...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

August 1995 Page 7 Gay & Lesbian Law Society The Gay & Lesbian Law Society was formed in October in 1993 by three first-year students. We founded GLLS when we dis- covered that South Texas was one of the few law schools without an organi- zation for lesbian and gay students. Our first meeting was memorable for starting a "poster war"; we were putting up posters of the ini- tial meeting only to have them quickly removed by unknown persons on cam- pus. Fortunately, we had the full support of the faculty - in particular, our advisor Professor Buford Terrell. After a meeting with former Dean William Wilks, a warning went out to all students that removing approved student posters would subject those who were doing so to disciplin- ary action, and the poster war quickly ground to a halt. Despite our appre- hensions that the first meet- ing would be harassed or (worse) unattended, we were pleased by a large turnout not only of those who were lesbian or gay but faculty and members o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

August 1995 Page 9 Law Review has grade-on packets South Texas Law Review is a scholarly peri- odical edited and published by second and third year stu- dents who are selected for membership on the basis of outstanding scholarship or writing abilities. The Law Review staff is assisted by a board of trustees made up of respected judges, practitioners and law professors, and is supervised by three faculty advisors. Published four times a year, each issue contains articles on topics at the fore- front of developing legal theory and practice. In re- cent years, South Texas Law Review has included articles by, among others, United States Supreme Court Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, Associate Jus- tices of the Supreme Court William J. Brennan and John Paul Stevens, former Attor- ney General of the United States Edwin Meese III and former Secretary of State James Baker. SELS is not just fun and games The Sports and En- tertainment Law Society formed in 1989 in order to accomodate Sout...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

Page 10 August 1995 ABA seeks to drum up membership By Rebecca Eplen ABA Representative Most people view the American Bar Associa- tion as just an organization to which only attorneys can belong. The ABA is much more than just an "exclu- sive club" for lawyers; the ABA is the voice of the legal profession. Not only does the ABA set the standards to which accredited schools must conform, it also for- mulates the policies that govern legal professionals. Because the ABA affects us now as law students and will affect us lateras attorneys, it only makes sense that each one of us take an active role in the ABA. Fortunately, as law students, we are given the opportunity to be active in the ABA for a greatly re- duced price as compared to licensed attorneys. For only $15 a year, we receive the same ben- efits as "real attorney" plus benefits directed specifi- cally to students. "The ABA is more than just an 'exclusive club' for lawyers." Just a few of the ad- vantages of being a member of ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

August 1995 Page 11 Annotations boasts new faces, features The Annotations staff for 1995-96 includes Mark Bankston, Editor; Laura Shinn, Assistant Edi- tor; Wendy Harmon, Business Man- ager; and Felicia Kyle, Assistant Business Manager. Annotations plans to pub- lish eight issues this school year, about one a month. Annotations is undergoing a slight facelift and new features in- clude Docket Call, the space de- voted to news from student organi- zations, a regular editorial page and more features are in store. The staff welcomes contri- butions from students, faculty, alumni and staff. Submission dead- lines for articles, photographs, ad- vertisements, opinion columns, let- ters to the editor, etc., is the first day of the month of publication. Bankston, a2L, is a graduate of Lamar University with a bachelor's degree in English. He served as editor of the University Press, Lamar's student newspaper, and worked for the Beaumont En- terprise prior to enrollment at South Texas. Shinn...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1995

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1995

SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW I Annotations Volume XXIV, Number 2 The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law September 1995 Student aid faces cuts By Rebecca Eplen ABA representative It is no secret that Con- gress is again attempting to balance the federal budget. However, what may not be quite so well known is that in order to balance the bud- get by the year 2002, members of both the House of Represen- tatives and the Senate have pro- posed to cut student aid pro- grams over the next seven years by $10 billion. The proposed cuts for student aid specifically target graduate and professional school students (i.e., law stu- dents). The resolution in issue calls for eliminating the in- school interest exemption for graduate and professional stu- dents. This exemption cur- rently allows students who re- ceive subsidized Stafford or direct student loans to have the interest on these laons paid by the government while they are enrolled in school. The budget resolution also calls f...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1995

Page 2 Annotations September 1995 Student/S enior Membership* Full access during non-prime time hours to: *> all fitness facilities aerobics classes ❖ racquetball * full locker room and squask facilit íes *•* full court basketball *** daily lunck buffet Restrictions: Hours: Monday - Friday Monday - Tkursday Saturday Sunday 8:00 a.m. - 11:00 a.m. 1:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. 8:00 p.m. - 9:30 p.m. 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. 12:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m. Students must be enrolled in a minimum oí 12 kours. Seniors must be 60 years oí age. * THE TEXAS CLUB "Downtown's Finest Atkletic and Dining Club" 601 Travis @ Capital Atop tke Texas Commerce Center (713) 227-7000 Call tbe Membership Office for Details Only $49 per month Annotations Editor. Mark Bankston Assistant Editor. Laura Shinn Business Manager. Wendy Harmon Asst. Business Manager. Felicia Kyle Faculty Sponsor. R. Randall Kelso Annotations is the student newspaper of South Texas college of Law. The office is in Room 207, 713/759-9142. Please add...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1995

September 1995 Docket Call Page 3 Aggie Law Student Association The Aggie Law Stu- dent Association (ALSA) elected its 1995-96 Board of Governors on Thursday, Sept. 7. The new officers are: Tracy Cruse, president; Felicia Kyle, vice president-activities; Matt Zagrodsky, vice president-pro- grams; Lisa McClain, secre- tary; and Charmaine Carrithers, treasurer. We are continuing the successful Double Dave's tra- dition. The next scheduled dates are Oct. 4 and Nov. 1. If you have not already paid your $10 annual dues, please consider that we need your support to implement new programs. Some of our goals and activities are posted out- side the ALSA office, Room 217. Board of Advocates The Board of Advo- cates is pleased to announce the Garland Walker Intramural Mock Trial Competition, which will take place from Sep- tember 19-September 27. For those of you who are moot court enthusiasts, we are also pleased to announce that the dates for the Leroy Jeffers Intramural Moot Court competiti...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1995

Page 4 Annotations September 1995 Bits & Bytes Internet comes to South Texas By Buford C.Terrell STCL professor By the time you read this, Internet service for South Texas College of Law should be a reality. We are testing the system as I write this column. With an Internet ac- count, you can be connected to about 30 million other com- puter users around the world, including students and faculty at most law schools. Our new Internet server, in addition to providing accounts so that faculty and students can have access to the Internet, will also allow us to project the school and its ac- complishments around the world. We are preparing the materials so that information about our library, law reviews, CLE programs, and Alumni programs will be published over the 'Net. We also hope shortly to make it possible for prospec- tive students to read about the school and immediately request admissions information over the World Wide Web. We also hope to help the Career Development Office t...

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