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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1998

November i 998 News Page 2 Student phonathoners bring in big bucks a Building on 75 Years" Brick Campaign begins with $21,000for rooftop terrace plans on new library During the week of October 19-23, twenty South Texas students manned a bank of telephones in Classroom 316 to speak with more than one thousand alumni about this year's "Building on 75 Years" brick campaign. The purpose of the campaign is to raise funds to construct the rooftop terrace of the new library building. Offering 8"x 4" personalized bricks for $150 and 8"x 8" pavers for $500, these students raised over $21,000 for the new library and received promises for like amount from alumni who requested additional information about the cam- paign. Many of the participating students commented that, in addition to raising substantial funds for the new library, they enjoyed the opportunity to network with South Texas alumni. Special kudos goes to BLSA! Members of this organization donated their time on the phonathon so that...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1998

Page 3 November ! 998 Semester's End Bash Set for Sat., Dec. 12 By Okey Akpom SBA President ABA fall Round-table meeting This year's ABA 13th Circuit Fall Round-table Meeting was called by our Circuit Governor, Kelli D. Johnson, in New Orleans, LA. During the SBA break-out session, leaders from six southern ABA-accredited law schools discussed, among other things, the issue of grade/ percentile discrepancies between law schools in our respective states. Suggestions were made that the ABA/LSD pass a national resolution addressing this issue. SBA outline file As a reminder to our IL students, the end of the semester is fast approaching. By now you should be well into preparing your course outlines. Take advantage of the SBA outline file when preparing. Mentor/Mentee Mentees — don't forget about your mentors when the going gets tough! Call your mentors for final exam tips and information. Upcoming Events Don't forget the end-of-year bash is December 12th. Various beverages will be prov...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1998

November I 998 Page a Legal Research on the Internet You can run, but you can't hide... By Jennifer Hyatt O'Neil Editor By now, most of us have played around with the Internet. Where the difference among us lies, however, is in whether we knew were to go to find what we wanted, and whether we knew how to get back. For some, the Internet is an abyss of endless possibilities and a useful tool to find information in seconds; but, for others, it remains a taunting mystery of endless frustration. As lawyers, we are at the forefront of technology, and the Internet can be an integral part of our practice. As young lawyers, we represent a chang- ing of the tides — legal research has leaped out of books and into a vast, technological database, Tutorials For virgin Internet users, there are several tutorial sites avail- able on-line. ZD Net http://www.zdnet.com This site offers an internet users area showing users internet acronyms, products on the internet, internet search tools and internet...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1998

Page 5 November I 998 General Internet Legal Resources State and Federal Government Search the various starting points for legal research using the URLs provided in this section. Legal Information Institute at Cornell The most comprehensive legal link on the Internet. LectLaw Electric law library on the Internet. Law Source http://www.lawsource.com/also/usa.him Access each state's constitution, statutes, and legislative information. State and Local Governments http://lcweb.loc.gov/plobal/state/stategov.html Library of Congress Internet resource page. Thomas United States Congressional library. Code of Federal Regulations http://www.access.gpo.gov/nara/cfr/cfr-table-search.html Search the Code of Federal Regulations text. House of Representatives Law Library The library has organized over 8,900 Internet law resources by subject or jurisdiction. United States Code http ://law.house. gov: 80/usc.htm Search the USC text. Attorneys - Wo 11 (J Wide Web Virtual I ihrarv I au htlp./Zu-u u.l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1998

November i 998 OPiNiON Page 6 -An Annotations classic Legal ethics quandary reveals no easy outs Editor's note: In light of the recent comparisons drawn between current scandals in the Clinton administration to Watergate, we thought it would be interesting to reprint an article written by an STCL grad when Watergate was going on. Although Mr. Butler cringed at the thought of us finding his letter in the "archives", we thought a look back may be appropriate as we celebrate our 75 th. Mr. Butler has a real estate practice in Houston, and when asked about his thoughts on his legal career, he said he felt a little nostalgic, wondering where 25 years had gone. He added, 'There remains a big myth that going into law is a quick way to make lots of money; it's damn hard work more than anything. " The problem seems to go By Rick Butler Houston, July, 1974 Many questions of national concern have been raised as a result of Watergate. One of these questions involves the discipline and conduct o...

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Page 7 News November I 998 Yamamoto succeeds to the Can King throne! Annua! STCL food drive gets bigger each year Nearly 14,00() cans were collected for the Houston Food Bank by STCL staff and students. This effort beat last year's record by almost 7,000! The SBA is thrilled to surpass this year's goal of 10,000 cans by such a wide margin. The first canned food drive col- lected less than 3,000 cans. The title of Can King (there has yet to be a Queen) was taken in a close race by Professor Kevin Yamamoto from 3 year champion Professor Mark "Great Legs" Steiner. Together, the two professors and their students raised almost 7000 cans. Erik Karst, master-organizer of the can drive, said our contribution to the food bank will be depleted in just two days and that our contributions can make the difference to local residents in need Special thanks to the SBA, especially, Erik Karst, for organizing the event, and to STCI staff and students who participate. South Texas Alumni Association na...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1998

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

Get out of a Houston summer page 2 Impeachment silliness page 3 Anno Thp StuHpnt N Building #*75 Years SBA election notice page 4 Food chain lesson page 6 Free food, drinks and fun.... page 7 Volume XXVIIII, Number V The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law affiliated with Texas A&M University February I 999 South Texas trounces University of Texas in national moot court competition The advocacy team from South Texas College of Law affiliated with Texas A&M University captured the national title at the 49th Annual Association of the Bar of the City of New York National Moot Court Competi- tion. This is the oldest, and original moot court competition in the nation. This year's competi- tion started with 228 teams from 14 regions. South Texas and the University of Texas represented the Texas/Oklahoma region in New York. South Texas defeated several teams, including the University of Kansas, Georgia State and Southwestern of Los Angeles, before meeting rival UT in th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

February I 999 Page 2 Make your plans today to study abroad tomorrow Are you already thinking of how you will spend your 1999 summer? If that high-paying clerkship has eluded you, you should consider attending one of the six summer study abroad programs cosponsored by South Texas College of Law affiliated with Texas A&M University. Brochures, applications and answers to questions you may have about any of these programs are available in Assistant Dean Morrow's office. Stop by Room 236T at your convenience, call 713- 646-1825, or e-mail wmorrow @stcl.tamu.edu to find out more about these exciting study abroad opportunities. Don't miss out on the chance to study international or comparative law and earn credit toward your J.D. On Wednesday, February 24,1999 there will be two study abroad information L on don, England The Practice of Law in England and the European Community: Held in London, England, this new summer school combines national and international experience and resource...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

Page 3 TUR£\ February l 999 Congress versus Johnson and Clinton The patterns of impeachment By Paul McGreal Assistant Professor of Law Now that the Senate trial is winding down, the question arises how future generations will view the impeachment of President William Clinton. Of course, in the waning days of the event, it is impossible to foretell what lessons posterity will derive. Indeed, over time, historians characterize and recharacterize historical events in light of the ideas and problems of their times. So, what I offer here should not be taken as a prediction of how history will treat the impeachment of President Clinton. Rather, I offer a brief comparison to the only other impeachment in our history, that of President Andrew Johnson. In doing so, I suggest that the place to start any assessment of the current controversy is to look for similar patterns over time — a form of analogizing, a standard tool to the common law lawyer. In reviewing the impeachment and trial of Pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

February I 993 Page A THE CRIBB SHEET Brought tQ you by The Sports & ^Entertainment Law Society Prepared by Tamer Morsi, VP of Entertainment ROCK/POP • Sugar Ray/Everlast: Aerial Theater at Bayou Place, Wed. Feb. 10 • Shawn Mullins: Instant Karma, Tue., Feb. 16 • Agent Orange and The Meat Puppets: Fitzgerald's, Fri., Feb. 19. • Guy Forsyth Band: Billy Blues Bar & Grill, Fri., Feb. 19. • Fuel with Mayfield Four and Local H: Numbers, Sun., Feb. 21. • Celine Dion in the round: Compaq Center, Sun., Apr. 11. (Z&e>/fZAP/LlP-lJ¿7P Brian McNight and Monica: Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Sat., Feb. 27. Lionel Richie: Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Fri., Mar. 5. Lauren Hill: Aerial Theater at Bayou Place, Thu., Mar. 11. REGGAE BOB MARLEY FESTIVAL: Buffalo Bayou Park, Sat. & Sun., Mar. 13 & 14. SEE YOUR FAVORITE COUNTRY STARS DURING THE HOUSTON UVESTOCK SHOW AND RODEO!! ■ Hank Williams Jr.: Fri., Feb. 19. • Clint Black: Sat., Feb. 20. ■ Neal McCoy: Sat., Feb. 20 •...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

Page 5 DOCKET CALL February I 999 STCL Intramural sports - HOT! Basketball underway, sign-up for softball this spring By Thornton Wood SBA Intramural Director On behalf of the SBA, I would like to thank all of those people who made the 1998-99 flag football season such a rousing success. Everyone had a great time, and the competition was at its finest. Old School, led by Will Womble, were the Champions, followed by Wild Irish Rose and Acquitted. A special thanks to Royce LeMoine, who was more than instrumental in field preparation, and helping Old School and other teams win the big games. Now that football season is over, its time to get geared up for basketball and softball. All students are encouraged to watch games at South Texas' first-ever basketball tournament at St. Thomas University. The tournament which began on February 5th will continue through March 5th. But for those who missed out, there is still the annual SBA softball tournament. South Texas, along with the Universit...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

Rebruary I 999 Page 6 Whose interests come first? The perpetual conflict By Jennifer Hyatt O'Neil Editor Welcome back for another semester - the first for some, just another for others, and THE LAST ONE FOR THE REST OF US!! Second year is really the best, though. First year is over and you never have to do it again ever. Enough said. And, you are far enough away from the Bar exam and the little chat you have in the Financial Aid Office when they tell you how much in loans you owe the day you leave here. Third year is bittersweet, but, all things considered, the day we each ring that bell cannot seem to arrive quickly enough. Recently, I heard a little something about how some criminal defense attorneys work. I am hoping I received inaccurate information about this, and would welcome comments clarifying it for me. This situation raised concerns we face, especially as we get ready to ring that bell: first, the challenge of finding more experienced lawyers willing to be mentors, and wh...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

Page "7 South Texas COLLEGE OF LAW affiliated with Texas A&M University CLE CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION A 1999 CLE COURSE SCHEDULE IS AVAILABLE IN THE CLE DEPARTMENT, ROOM 240 Vi February I 999 FAMILY LAW CONFERENCE For the General Practitioner and Legal Assistant February 18-19,1999 WHITE COLLAR CRIME CONFERENCE May 6-7,1999 INTERNATIONAL PRACTICE CONFERENCE Anticipating and Dealing Creatively with Challenges Posed by Foreign Project Development Transactions March 11-12,1999 EMPLOYMENT AND LABOR LAW COURSE July 15-16,1999 ADVANCED PERSONAL INJURY LAW/AUTOMO- BILE INJURY CONFER- ENCES April22-23 - Houston May 13-14 - San Antonio June 3-4 - Dallas For more information or to receive a complete course schedule for any CL£ course, call (800) 646-1253 or (713) 646-1757 or visit us in room 240. FREE CLE FOR STUDENTS Current South Texas College of Law students may attend most STCL-sponsored continuing legal education courses free of charge ($35 if you purchase course materials). Student...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 February 1999

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1999

íjms/DE: LIMS has projects planned page 2 Family Picnic April 11 page 3 Anno JM W Building on/) Yean Volume XXVIII, Number VI The Student Newspaper of South Texas College of Law affiliated with Texas A&M University VOTE VOTE VOTE!! page 4 Food chain lesson page 6 Fore! page 7 tionS MARCH I 999 Intramural Mock Trial Advocates Dan Pacious and Debra Ibarra (right) stand victorious after this semester's tournament. Witnesses Fernando Saenz and Victoria Fitzjerrells (left) helped the team take the title in a tight match against Kelli Johnson, Sam Webb, Shelby Scott, and AdamTabak. Congratualtions to both teams for their hard work and success. Intramural competition: Is it worth the time? For some students, the mock trial experience is nothing more than a series of grueling deathmatches in which one side must fall. For others, it is more of an opportunity to get behind the podium , or in the well, and practice some of the skills we may not get to use in our first few years of practice...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1999

march I 999 News Page 2 I 5 { Legal Institute for Medcaiaudfes announces projects Forensic Forum Negotiations are underway for a one-day forum on Forensics that will include the HPD Homicide, Crime Lab, Harris County Sheriff's office, District Attorney's office, as well as representatives of federal agencies and the Medical Examiner's office. ER Residents & Assistant DJV. Grand Rounds Legal Institute for Medical Studies (LIMS) is coordinating a meeting with physicians of the Hospital District Emergency Center and the Assistant DA. to devise mutual concerns in managing the cased that come within their respective jurisdiction. Master's Degree in Legal Studies This project is currently being developed with Texas A&M University and their medical school in Tyler, Texas. It has received rejuvenated favor with A&M through the current president of the American Medical Association, Dr. Nancy Dickey, who is the first female president of the AMA. It requires a great deal of attenti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1999

Page 3 MARCH I 999 STCL ioins forces in consortium Partnership with four other independent law schools focuses on improving national law school resources Five American law schools establish a precedent setting partnership designed to increase the quality and amount of legal education available in the U.S. William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul, Minnesota, South Texas College of Law affiliated with Texas A&M University in Houston, Texas, California Western College of Law in San Diego, California, New England College of Law in Boston, Massachusetts, and Stetson Law School in St. Petersburg. Florida have created the Consortium for Innovative Legal Education. William Mitchell's dean, Harry Haynsworth, said the partnership helps bolster the resources on private, independent law schools. "Building on the strength of the five schools, their advantageous locations from all parts of the country and the exceptional qualifications of their alumni and contacts in the legal profession, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1999

MARCH I 999 Page A 1999 SBA ELECTION SECTION Vote March 22 & 23 A -V Once again it is election time for the Studen Bar Association Board of Governors. And again you have the power to put those into office you fee! will best represent your needs during your stay at South Texas College of Law affiliated with Texas A&M University. Elections and campaigning will be held March 22 & 23 in designated areas on the first floor. Watch for signs and instructions on how and when to vote. Candidates will not campaign in class rooms, but you will have the oppotunityto meet with them at your convenience in the student lounge area. The following pages contain only those who submitted an article. This is not an exclusive list of all candidates. Good luck to all who are running! President Marc Tittlebaum My name is Marc Tittlebaum and I am running for the office of Student Bar Association President. I am not going to use this to talk about me. I believe that all of the candidates are very...

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~*p F'age 5 MARCH I 999 Mid-Law Senators Erica Hakimi Hi! My name is Erica Hakimi and I am currently a 1L here at South Texas. I have been a SBA section representative for the past year and would like to continue being a part of the SBA as Mid-Law Senator. I am extremely committed to seeing our Student Bar Association remain a successful organization that focuses on the needs of all students. As Mid-Law Senator, i would do my best to plan the most succussful social events here on campus, including all the atrium parties. Vote for me for Mid-Law Senator and together we can have a great year! —Erica Hakimi LaNetra Lary Hello. My name is LaNetra S. Lary. I am running for the Student Bar Association Mid-Law Senator position for 1999-2000 term. I'm a 1L student from Mesquite, Texas. I graduated from the University of Texas with a BA in Spanish and a minor in Business Administration. My interests include Sports/Entertain- ment, Probate and Real Estate Law. I'm running for this position be...

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