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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

G Criminal Appeals Court Taps Two STCL Seniors Spencer Gardner Two South Texas College of Law students were recently appointed to positions of Briefing Attorneys for the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals. The Court announced that Spencer H. Gardner and Bob Estrada have been selected from amoung more than 50 applicants. Spencer Gardner did his undergraduate work at Georgia Institute of Technology where he received a degree in Aerospace Engineering. While at STCL, Gardner has been a member of the Law Journal and the Order of Lytae. He has received American Jurisprudence awards for outstanding grades in Agency and Partnership, Real Property I, and Intro, to Law. Gardner has served as a Justice on the Honor Court. Gardner has a grade point average of 82.76 which places him 7th in his class of 213. Court of Criminal Appeals Judge Leon Douglas selected Gardner as his Briefing Attorney. Commissioner Green selected Bob Estrada as his Briefing Attorney. Estrada attended the University of Texas...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

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Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

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Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

Page 4, ANNOTATIONS, December, 1973 Polygraph Exams: Modern Legal Aid By STEVE CAVANAUGH ANNOTATIONS Staff Writer The polygraph, or lie detector as it is more commonly called, is viewed with a basic distrust by many people, both in and out of the legal' profession, according to Doug Clark, senior law student and licensed polygraph examiner for the Wackenhut Corporation. Clark believes this is due to some misconceptions which have arisen, many of which are attributable to the news media. The enlightened attorney, however, should realize that it can be an effective tool in his legal practice, he said. Since 1965, the State of Texas has required polygraph examiners to be licensed in order to practice their profession. The requirements for obtaining such a license include taking various courses on the polygraph, receiving a degree from an accredited college (or five years in law enforcement prior to application) and passing an exam, which tests the applicant on the historical, ethical, ...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

Attorney General Offers Protection By RICK BUTLER ANNOTATIONS Staff Writer _ During his campaign and throughout his time in office, Attorney General John L. Hill stressed the need for statewide regional offices to solve various problems dealing with consumer and environmental protection in the localities where the problems arise. As a result, a Houston regional office was established on January 1, 1973, and similar regional offices are now operating in San Antonio, Lubbock, Dallas and El Paso. One of five divisions of the Houston regional office is the Consumer Protection Division, which began operation October 1, 1973. The Attorney General Consumer Protection Division has a staff of two Assistant Attorneys General, and three Consumer Analysts. Two of the Analysts, Mark Muellerweiss and Steve Halpin, are South Texas Law Students. The third is a Texas Southern University Law Student. The division operates under the Deceptive Trade Practices—Consumer Protection Act which revised consu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 December 1973

Page 8. ANNOTATIONS, December, 1973 UPS, DOWNS TINGE PIGSKIN CHALICE By JIM SKELTON ANNOTATIONS Staff Writer The month of November created a roller coaster effect on the fortunes of STCL's two flag football teams. In the beginning, Blue streaked toward championships and champagne, while Gold slumped to consolation and commiseration. However, by Thanksgiving break Blue's hope had flagged and Gold's heads wagged. That first fateful Sunday of the month, Blue ignored the rain and mud and extended its win skein to three in a row with a hard-fought 12-7 victory over Three Fountains. Coach Brannon's Blue bombers trailed at halftime 7-6 on the merits of a touchdown pass from Chuck Griggs to Everett Urech. Midway through the final period, Griggs moved big Blue within scoring range with an outlet pass to steady Stewart Gagnon. On the very next play, Tody DuPont was the recipient of the deciding touchdown aerial. The win gave Blue a 3-1 record for the regular season and pushed them into the ch...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

Moot Court Offering Diversity of Study and Practice by MIKE POWELL Senior Student The moot court program at South Texas is designed to help students develop skills in research, writing and oral advocacy. These three areas are invaluable to all lawyers and are only offered in combination by moot court. A major portion of a lawyer's work deals with persuasion, whether it be persuading a judge, jury, adversary, client, or business associate. Moot court develops the students' ¿kills in the art of persuasion, both written and oral. Through the moot court course which is called Appellate Advocacy, students work as teams to prepare short appellate briefs and present one oral argument. The teams do not compete against each other, and they have a choice of problems on which to work. In addition, there are several lectures dealing with appellate advocacy. Another approach is through competition. Each year the school competes in the State, National and International Competitions. Each is a sep...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

Page 2, ANNOTATIONS, February, 1974 ANNOTATIONS Opinion from the Staff EDITOR Stewart W. Gagnon ASSOCIATE EDITOR Jerry Traynham BUSINESS MANAGER David Coover STAFF WRITERS . . ; Rick Butler Brian Davis Jim Skelton Steve Cavanaugh COLUMNIST David Slavin ARTISTS James F. Dalrymple Charles Van Orden Ride A Sterile Cuckoo While the rest of the nation is suffering the pains of the "credibility gap," South Texas College of Law is laboring in the grip of its own gap-a "communicationsgap." A student may speak as South Texas, but let there be no doubt he speaks to himself. The policy makers have no ears. In fact, STCLis probably one of the few places where even the walls have no ears. It would be somewhat of a gross understatement to say the students at STCL are disturbed with the college's grading procedures, both with the timeliness with which grades are posted and with the numerical values assigned. It would also be an understatement to say that better than 90% of the student body would f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

Placement Tips: Law FirmsLooktoFuture By Peggy Fortner Comments have been made with regard to some of the requirements for jobs listed in the Placement Bulletin. This is especially true in the case of those requiring a specific class standing and/or experience. Keep in mind that firms are, at all times, actively screening for associates, even at the law clerk level. There is no set rule stating that a firm must, upon graduation and passage of the bar, make an offer to their law clerk. Even so. many firms screen law clerk applicants with the idea of making such an offer. These same firms will often spend months, as was recently the case, in hiring someone to fill a law clerk opening, simply because they spend as much time at this stage of screening as they would at a later date when interviewing attorneys. For this reason, a listing will state specific requirements. It is important that you, as the applicant, project all the possibilities of each listing. Hie same holds true for othe...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

Page 4, ANNOTATIONS, February, 1974 Minority Law Enrollment Surges Female Students Up 38% CHICAGO - A dramatic increase in the number of women law students was reported today by the American Bar Association. The ABA also noted a substantial gain in minority group enrollment and said that for the first time there was not a single "unfilled seat" in the First year class of any ABA approved law school. Women enrolled this past fall numbered 16,760, a 37.8 percent increase over 1972. Minority group enrollment rose 12.9 percent, far outpacing the overall enrollment increase of 4.3 percent. Enrollment of first year women law students this past faU, totaled 7.464, a 35.2 percent gain over 1972. The additional 1,956 women this fall contrasted with a decline of 69 in men. The study showed that women were admitted at a somewhat higher rate than men, reflecting a slight edge in law school admission test (L.S.A.T.) scores. Minority group enrollment climbed to 7,601 from the fall, 1972, total of...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

— February. 1974. ANNOTATIONS. Paye 5 SBA Holds Meeting; Bocks Moot Court; Belli to Speak By DAVID SLAVIN The Student Bar Association unanimously voted to back the formation of the Spurgeon E. Bell Moot Court Competition at it's regularly scheduled meeting held January 25. Hie Board of Governors voted to contribute $400 to the competition which will be matched by funds supplied by Dean Walker. The competition will be sponsored jointly by the Student Advocacy Board, the Student Bar Association, and Dean Walker. It is designed to promote competition in Moot Court practice among the students of the school who have similar background in the study of law. The contest will use the same question posed for the State Moot Court Competition, and it is hoped that this will create better -representatives for the College to send to the State competition in the summer. Cash prizes will be offered for the top three places in the contest with a permanent trophy engraved with the name of the first p...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

Page 6, ANNOTATIONS, February, 1974 STCL Grad Seeks State Rep. Seat Jo Ann Gerhardt, a recent STCL Graduate, who was instrumental in defeating the recent cable television franchise and-who was recently involved with the Taxpayer's Rights Association in their injunction against the City of Houston in an effort to reverse the City of Houston's deannexation of property near Lake Houston, announced that she will seek election as the Democratic candidate for State Representative from the 100th District. The 100th District includes the southeast portion of Houston, South Houston, NASA, Clear Lake City, Webster and parts of Piasadena. Gerhardt is an active member of the Southeast Houston Democrats, the Harris County Women's Caucus, the Houston Bar Association, State Bar of Texas, the advisory Board of the Taxpayer's Rights Association and the First Unitarian Church. Jo Am Gerhardt, who is engaged in the private practice of Jaw with her husband, is a native Houstonian and a life time reside...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

Trivia Corner By B.C. Bovard Freshman Student Law students are often criticized for narrowing their studies only to Law. In order to demonstrate your knowledge in other areas this month's quiz is on Erotica in the movies and literature. The first person to correctly answer all of the following questions will win $5 worth of food and beer at Shelby's. (The ANNOTATIONS considered offering a pair of tickets to the movie, "The Devil and Miss Jones", but we are not certain it will be showing very long.) Complete the following questions: 1. Lady Chatterly's Lover was employed as 2. The Happy Hooker is a citizen of 3. Pauline Reage is the author of a famous erotic novel called 4 . is a popular X-rated movie about a young woman with a part of her anatomy misplaced. 5. "Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure" is better known as 6. "Justine" is a novel by 7. Allan Funt of Candid Camera fame produced what was probably the cleanest X-rated movie ever made. It was called 8. "A House is not a Home" is th...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1974

m P*e 8, ANNOTATIONS, Febraaiy, 1974 STCL Football Teams End Season With Wins and Trophies by Jim Skelton ANNOTATIONS Staff Writer Approaching final exams did not-deter either of STCL's flag football teams from making determined comebacks in the Sunday Afternoon Apartment Athletic League playoffs. Both were awarded team trophies, and each team placed two players on the league's all star squad. The Sunday before final exams began last December, the Gold team faced Woodway Square in a grudge match for the Consolation Championship. Woodway had humiliated Gold during the regular season 26-0, and Gold washout to avenge the defeat which kept it out of the Championship playoffs. Gold took a 7-6 lead at half time in typical Bucky Allshouse to Steve Peacock fashion. Early in the second half Allshouse connected with a towering, long bomb to Don Brandy in the end zone, and followed that with an atypical extra point completion to Jim Skelton. Allshouse clinched the victory with a length of the ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1974

1 — 11 <± Interviews Show STCL Gra — By JIM SKELTON ANNOTATIONS Staff Writer Grades. Yes, grading is the most controversial topic at any law school. South Texas College of Law is fortunate to have an anonymous grading system, but few are in agreement as to how this system should be administered. As a matter of fact, nearly everyone has his or her own idea about what should or should not be done with those oh so meaningful grades. Recently, there has been another call to establish a deadline for the instructors to submit their grades. ANNOTATIONS was approached by Dr. Charles J. Weigel, Faculty Advisor to the S.B.A., with the suggestion to pursue this matter via interviews with the STCL faculty. Consequently, the writer of this article conducted several interviews with both full time and part time members of the faculty. What follows is a running account of the highlights of each of those interviews. DR. WEIGEL Dr. Charles J. Weigel, who teaches Family Law, Domestic Relations and ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1974

2. ANNOTATIONS, March, 1974 ANNOTATIONS Opinion from the Staff EDITOR . Stewart W. <2ag:*.on ASSISTANT EDITOR BUSINESS MANAGER STAFF WRITERS . .Rick Butler Brian Davis COLUMNIST Kathlaan E.: Str- Lynn OHMII . . . David Slavin Jamas F. Dalrympta Free Press or Fair Trial Everyone knows the Honor Court is a laughable farce. . Or is it? it's not; it'sdead gallows serious. Hanging in the balance oí an Honor Court trial can rest 16 yean of préparatoty education, three years of law school and a lifetime of aspirations. An adverse judgement from the court can literally destroy a defendant. So the Trial must be fair and the Press must suffer. ; And yet, the press at STCL is is mostly not AfyNOTATIONS-not . so easily corrtroDed.You find our press in the restrooms and on the back stairs, gliding, down the halls or hovering over a cup of bad coffee in the lounge. Our press is more correctly called a "Rumor Mill." The Mill is vicious and inaccurate. In half an hour the Mill will turn a truth ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1974

March, 1974, ANNOTATIONS, Page 3 Good Resumes Equal Jobs Peggy Fortner, Manager Placement Officer A good resume is one of the most important aspects of job hunting. All too often, a resume is the means by which you must not only make the initial contact with a firm or corporation, but must also sell yourself to that employer. Your resume must represent you - in competition against others for the same position. It must represent what you have accomplished and what you hope to accomplish. Resumes, are, by no means, the best way to screen applicants. They are, however, the method most often used to initially narrow the number of applicants for any one opening. What this means to you, as that applicant, is that your resume must be given the same consideration and effort that you would give to a personal interview. Your resume must present you in the best way possible. It's not important that you were engaged in certain high school activities. It's not important that you have held "x" nu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1974

New Constitutionand Honor Code Proposed During the month of February the SBA undertook an extensive effort to draft a new Constitution, Election Code, and Honor Code. The various committees met on weekends and at least twice a week to hammer out any difficulties in the new documents. The result was a comprehensive revision of the existing instruments and some major changes in the student government. The Constitution Committee was chaired by SBA Vice President Doug Clark. The other members of the committee were Gary Di Bella and Stewart Gagnon. Ac its initial meeting the committee examined the present Constitution and madmany substantive changes that it felt were needed. The proposed constitutional language was then drafted. The proposed Constitution sets up three branches of student government. The Executive Branch will consist of the President, the Vice President, the Secretary, and the Treasurer. The Legislative Branch will be what is now known as the Board of Governors. The Honor...

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