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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1996

Si ■Ir SOUTH TEXAS I COLLEGE OF LAW Annotations Volume XXIV, Number 7 Child care choices Parents have few options at S. Texas The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law March 1996 By Wendy Wood Business manager Parents - your worst nightmare has just happened. It's noon and you have a final exam at 6:00 p.m. Stress and exhaustion have transformed you into the Person from Hell. And now, the nurse from your child's school calls to tell you that your youngest child has the chicken pox, and you must pick him up. Now what? Presently, South Texas does not provide any form of on-site or subsidized child care to the faculty or students. In the spring of 1992, however, STCL appointed a Child Care Study Committee to evaluate this problem and advise the school on alternatives. The Committee devel- oped a questionnaire and dis- tributed it to the students and faculty. The number of re- sponses was satisfactory, and the wide range of comments was surprising. A large num- ber of students...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1996

Page 2 March 1996 We'll Hook You Up: THE WESTBAR CONNECTION Trying to decide which couree to take for the July 1996 r? Give Us Five Minutes to tell you why you should take West Bar Review and we'll give you Ten Free Minutes of Lona Distance. All enrollees entitled. Calling cards available while supplies last. Stop by our Table for details (>^BarRevfew 1 -300-6-West f3a r

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1996

March 1996 Page 3 Annotations deadline is Wed. Applications for the 1996-97 Annotations staff are due March 20 by 5 p.m. Candidates will go before a selection board on March 27. A sign-up sheet will be posted at the Annota- tions office, Rin. 207, for in- terview slots on March 21 or March 22. The positions open are Editor, Assistant Editor, Busi- ness Manager and Assistant Business Manager. Scholarships are available to those students selected for the 1996-97 staff. This past year, the editorial staff received $12,000 in scholarship money. 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. Qnd that is what we deliver, every business day. $nüi) Court'Keiiicni ' 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 CITY VIEW CAFE BY MARRIOTT 1301 FANNIN 13TH FLOOR RECEIV...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1996

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March 1996 Docket Call Page 5 BLSA team makes its mark Members of the South Texas College of Law Black Law Students Association par- ticipated in the Frederick Douglass Regional Moot Court Competition, Feb. 15-18, at St. Mary's University. The South Texas Chapter of BLSA was represented by two teams. Pic- tured are Olesia Duren, Montina Ford, Cheryl F. Coleman, Suzan Kedron, and Monica Th- ompson. The team of Coleman and Kedron placed second overall, with Cheryl Coleman receiving the "Best Advocate" Award. Student, Edwin Lowe and BLSA sponsor and coach, Professor Shelby Moore, were also on hand to provide their support. Kedron and Coleman have gone one to compete at the national competition which will be held March 13-17, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Good Luck! Continuing Legal Education Upcoming CLE pro- grams include Family Law, April 25-26. Students are en- couraged to attend any CLE program free of charge. Course materials can be ob- tained for $50.00. Stop by the CLE office in Rm...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1996

Page 6 March 1996 English essays aren' By Lee Mclnnis Contributing Writer Editor's Note: This is the sec- ond in a series of columns writ- ten by a South Texas staff mem- ber who is studying law in England. Purposeless snow drifts to the roofs, the sun avoids all effort by hiding be- hind clouds, undergraduate snow wars rage on the com- mon, while I sit in my flat writ- ing a 3000 word essay. This is my third and it's due next Friday. English essays have more than limited fame. They are one method that aspiring academics estab- lish themselves for each is a po- tential article. A string of strong es- says and a law student is asked to apply for the next higher degree. For me that is a Ph.D. and I have been asked. But neither graduate nor undergraduate students can leave an English law school without demonstrating a writ- CEFTA Continued from page 1 duties or other regulations which adversely affect GATT Member States which are not constituents to the new trade agreement. GATT requir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1996

March 1996 Page 7 South Texas team tops field For the second year in a row, South Texas College of Law dominated the Robert Mehrige National Environmen- tal Law Negotiation Competi- tion sponsored by the T.C. Wil- liams College of Law at the University of Richmond in Richmond Virginia. Both STCL teams ad- vanced to the finals with the team of Mike DePonte (2L) and Tim Williams (3L) taking first place. The team of Linda Kubena (2L) and Lewis Shadoff (1L), both first time competitors, took first place. The competition is named in honor of federal Judge Robert Mehrige, known for his role in the landmark Kepone spill case regarding environmental impact to the Chesapeake Bay. An outcome of that case was the establishment of an endowed environmental law program at the University of Richmond. The endowment is used to sponsor an annual com- petition to foster awareness of environmental law along with the development of negotiation skills. Judge Mehrige strongly encourages the settle- ment o...

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Page 8 March 1996 Summer 1995 Bar Exam Pass Rate: SOUTH TEXAS Students Supplementing With PMBR! Increase Your MEE Score... Increase Your Odds Of Passing! fiiiflir fm/ MULT I STATE SPECIALIST 1U- Ald*0/h4 # 1 MwfaMt QeMjl! NATIONWIDE TOLL FREE: (800) 523-0777

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1996

SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW An notations Volume XXIV, Number 8 The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law April 1996 Hopwood case won't change STCL policies By Dean Tom Read As many of you know, the Fifth Circuit recently ruled in the case of Hopwood v. Texas, prohibiting the state- supported University of Texas School of Law from consider- ing race as a factor in admis- sions. The decision triggered a flurry of publicity; simply look to the pages of the Hous- ton Chronicle, the Dallas Morning News, the National Law Journal, Chronicle of Higher Education and Texas Lawyer for evidence of that. There is no question in my mind that this is one of the most piv- otal rulings to affect higher education in decades. As the dean of South Texas College of Law, 1 want to inform every member of the campus that we have carefully reviewed the opinion and have no plans to change the admis- sions policies at the college. I believe, and it is the long-established policy of this law school, t...

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Page 2 April 1996 ms * « M a iifiw __ J*M&M íí«P:;: BM**! rar-* Sí * <•* .i WÜ guinea pig (gin-é) n 1: a small stout-bodied short-eared nearly tailless domesticated rodent (Cavia covaya) often kept as a pet and widely used in biological research. 2: a subject of scientific research, experimentation, or testing. Don't be a Guinea Pig. Take BAR/BRI. Over 500,000 Lawyers Have! BAR REVIEW

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1996

April 1996 Page 3 English law professors work hectic pace By Lee Mclnnis Guest columnist Editor's note: Lee Mclnnis is studying law at an English law school. Few things are harder to do than interview an English law lecturer. Dr. Michael Macnair only sits long enough to teach. Most of the time he can be found rushing about the library. Having graduated with a Ph.D. from Oxford, he has taught at Trinity College Ox- ford, Leeds, and Southampton. He teaches Evidence, Common Law I (torts and contracts), and English Legal History to undergraduates. He is the research su- pervisor for both my LL.M. and Ph.D. and is also the pro- fessor who made me "drop and give him 2000." Luckily last week I found him in his office and made him talk about teaching law in England. Dr. Macnair began the interview by explaining that English universities are seen by the government as belonging to one of three categories for funding purposes: ancient, old, or new. The 'ancient' universi- ties are Oxford and C...

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Page 4 Docket Call April 1996 Christian Legal Society Join Christian Legal Society on Friday, April 19th from 7:45 a.m. - 9:00 a.m. for a special time of fellowship and thanksgiving as we honor all graduating seniors and 1995 CLS officers. There will be a special speaker, live music, and break- fast catered by La Madeline. Even if you have never attended a CLS Bible Study or function, you are welcome to attend and join us as we take time to thank God for the bless- ings in our life. Continuing Legal Education Upcoming CLE pro- grams include the Sixth Annual Family Law Conference, April 25-26; Advanced Personal In- jury, May 16-17; Advanced Real Estate Law, June 20-21; Automobile Injury Litigation, Houston-July 12, Dallas-July 17, El Paso-July 19; Discov- ery, July 25-26; Oil & Gas Law, August 1-2. Students are encour- aged to attend any CLE pro- gram free of charge. Course materials can be obtained for $50.00. Stop by the CLE office in room 240 or call 646-1757. Currents Current...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1996

April 1996 Page 5 SBA has achieved its goals for year By Marshall Wood SBA president We have made it to the end of another school year. 1 hope everyone has enjoyed this past year and is in the process of preparing for their finals. The completion of an- other year also means the changing of the guard for the Student Bar Association; how- ever, before I leave I would like to take this opportunity to re- flect on the accomplishments of this year's SBA. If you can recall the beginning of the year, Annota- tions published a list of our goals for the upcoming year which focused on five main areas: 1) Creating new social activities for students and im- proving on the existing ones; 2) making a commit- ted effort to become actively in- volved in community service projects; 3) improving upon faculty and student relations; 4) becoming actively involved in the Law Student Division of both the American Bar Association and the State Bar of Texas; and 5) improving existing academic programs and ...

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Page 6 April 1996 From left to right, Marcelino Rodriguez, Elizabeth Sanchez, Hector Segura, Nellie Gomez, Maria Elena Navarro (kneel- ing), Joaquin Perez, Prof. Olga Moya, Laura Gonzalez and Ephraim del Pozo celebrated a successful conference at Adrienne's with a "pachanga" sponsored by the Houston Hispanic Bar Association. Conference explores anti-immigrant issue By Hector Garza-Trcjo Contributing writer Looks, language and whether Hispanics are more likely to be discriminated against by the implementation of immigration laws were at the core of the debates that arose during the 1996 Hispanic Na- tional Bar Association Confer- ence. The conference, en- titled "The Anti-Immigrant Sentiment: Implications for Hispanics." was organized by HNBA's Law Student Division Region IV. South Texas Pro- fessor Olga Mova served as the moderator for the panel discus- sions. The conference look place at Garrett-Townes Audi- torium on March 23. A dozen speakers par- ticipated, presenting in two sep...

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April 1996 Editorial Page 7 Media is too quick to judge The media once again is being overly presumptuous in its reporting of the arrest of a suspect in a high-profile case. This time the media target is Theodore Kaczyinski, the Montana hermit suspected of being the infamous Unabomber. Countless news- papers, magazines and tabloid talk shows have already pegged Kaczyinski as the Unabomber, before he has even been charged with, let alone con- victed of, a single bombing. The FBI arrested Kaczyinski at his reclusive cabin in the deep woods of Montana after family members tipped them off about some let- ters Kaczyinski allegedly wrote that resemble in content and linguistic style the writings of the Unabomber. In the cabin, federal agents found a pipe bomb, bomb-making materials and an antique typewriter like the one used by the Unabomber. FBI experts determined that Kaczyinski, a Harvard-edu- cated loner with a grudge against technology, fit the psy- chological profile—18 years in the...

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Page 8 April 1996 T Cweren, Jaffee attend NJLSA convention By Felicia Cweren Co-President of Hillel/Jewish Law Students Association On March 7-10, Felicia Cweren and Melissa Jaffee, Co-Presidents of Hillel/ Jewish Law Students Associa- tion at South Texas College of Law attended the 14th Annual Conference of the National Jewish Law Students Associa- tion held in Boston, Mass. This conference brought together Jewish Law Students, undergraduate pre- law students, Jewish attorneys, NJLSA alumni and others con- cerned with Jewish identity. The 1996 NJLSA con- ference was presented in con- junction with Boston College Law School and hosted by Bos- ton College's Chestnut Hill campus. During the conven- tion, Felicia Cweren and Mel- issa Jaffee were able to meet Jewish law students from all over the United States and were able to hear various informa- tive topics. Some of the issues dis- cussed at the convention in- cluded: Blacks and Jews: Col- lective Conflict in the Ameri- can Diaspora;...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1996

April 1996 Page 9 Advocacy teams enjoy another winning year INTRAMURAL COMPETITIONS Garland R. Walker Mock Trial Competition September, 1995 First Place: W. Patrick Garner, Steven Grubbs, Nancy Hebert-Johnson, Ron Lovett. Best Speakers: 1) Shawn Brannagan, 2) Michelle Regal, 3) Tony Duckworth, 4) Allison Gabbert, 5) Robert Freyer, 6) Mark Oehl, 7) Kelly Kowis, 8) Joe Wells, 9) Derek Emmons, 10) Philip Brashier. Leroy Jeffers Moot Court Competition November, 1995 First Place: Jacquelyn Chandler, Christopher Nease. Best Speaker: 1) Ron Lovett, 2) Michael Sternberg, 3) Dean Herms, 4) Christopher Nease, 5) J. Michael Love, 6) Marissa Bennett, 7) Phillip Fouts, 8) Shane Frank, 9) Stephen Kang, 10) Rich- ard Bell. Best Brief: 1) Ashley Hill & Chris Samuelson, 2) Kathleen Hoekstra & Angela Nolan, 3) Larry Reese & Shon Dang, 4) Lisa Tilton- McCarthy & Ron Lovett, 5) Dean Herms & Stephen Hesse, 6) Lauri Andress & Wayne Young, 7) Jo- seph Jong & G.G. McClellan, 8) ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1996

Page 10 April! 996 History — Continued from page 1 school. In 1969, the law school received full ABA accredita- tion. Then, in 1976, with the law school continuing to grow, the Roy and Lillie Cullen building opened. The entire Texas Su- preme Court and Texas Court of Criminal Appeals attended the building dedication and re- ception — a first for any law school in the state. As library acquisitions grew and the student body in- creased, so did the need for an even larger building. That need was ad- dressed with South Texas' fi- nal move in 1984. The law school built an 11-story tower adjacent to the old car dealership, which was dedi- cated as the Jesse H. Jones Le- gal Center, changing its address from 1220 Polk to 1303 San Jacinto. At its present address, the law school provides conve- nience to its students and the Houston Bar Association, as well as professional opportu- nities for its students to meet, interact, and work with prac- ticing attorneys. Also housed in the Center are...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1996

April 1996 Page 11 So. lat ma st« if I niv« this straight. You work at tha law"" MEDIOCRE SPORTSWEAR school downtown, and Monday throughf/V^X Thursday it's "business weir.'' jnd ifj(- Friday it's "business casual.' 1JI « except on spring break, summer / i \ m/|.') \ breaks. and Christmas break . . / t'!< f MEDIOCRE SPORTSWEAR! & ra you in raality *«•«!? Red Helen Flores Have a good summer. The next issue of Annotations will be published in August. Two Thumbs Up! Law Students Agree. Civil Procedure, Contracts, Torts, Constitutional Law, Property, Criminal Law, Evidence, Corporations, Professional Responsibility, I and more Stop by our table and find out what r£ H> n Lectures In Review we can offer you. May be available [for Check-Out on audio, too! http://www.lawschool.com Lecture Series Things are Popping at Bar Review 1-800-6-WestBar ©1996 West Bar I ABA/LSD is seeking nominations for 2 spots The American Bar As- sociation Law Student Division is now accepting nominations...

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Page 12 April 1996 Summer 1995 Bar Exam Pass Rate: SOUTH TEXAS Increase Your MBE Score... Increase Your Odds Of Passing! MULTISTATE SPECIALIST lit QoAVUtfsi

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