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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1976

Page 2, ANNOTATIONS, July, 1976 EDITORIALS Because the things happening at SBA meetings affect students whether they attend or not, I am giving up my God-given space for ramblings this issue in order for you to read the SBA minutes. Annotations will only publish as many pages as advertising will pay for, so we are very short of space this month. Terry Wyrick has also given up her SBA President's Report to yield more space for the minutes. I would put a hearty second to Chip's clean up your own mess. Letters to the Editor S. B. A. General Meeting, June 4, 1974 Future Meeting Procedure: (1) Motion (second and any modifications) (2) Presentation of Question (dabate, sub- sequent motions, vote) Wyrick asked that the Board Members prepare suggestions for changes in the impeachment policies concerning the S.B.A. Board Members. Resolution presented by Dennis Wilen- chik: Whereas the S.B.A. Board of Governors feels that inequities have been done to students by: (1) severance of classes and ...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1976

%> •• < > i ! v •i -«c *, >* | r a. ^ ■« >■ 1 -< Jk— | V t « 4 ♦ 1 ♦ Herman Wright, Past Vice-President of the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, speaks to interested students at an informational meeting June 12. Plans are under way to form a student chapter of ATLA at South Texas. Also shown are Tom Cannon and Assistant Dean John Ensle. PADs Honor Justice The Samuel Houston Chapter held a cocktail party in honor of Supreme Justice Raymond Judice on June 19 at the Whitehall Hotel. Raymond Judice founded the Samuel Houston Chapter at STCL and was elected first Justice of the Chapter in 1959. The cocktail party was to honor his achievements and leadership in PAD. His term as Chief Supreme Justice, the highest office in the PAD organizatrion, is due to expire during the July 30 August 2 convention in Kansas City Missouri. Mick McCartney and Malcolm Williams are this years joint recepients of the PAD Outstanding Senior Delts Host Rush Party, Meet Exes By MARK J. ...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1976

Page 4, ANNOTATIONS, July, 1976 Faculty •Student Committee Starts A Faculty-Student Council has been established. The purpose of this council is to provide a conduit for com- munications between students, faculty, and administration on matters relating to our legal education. The primary goal of this group is to foster input from the student body and faculty and to provide for effective exchange. This groups power is advisory, but recommendations made as being representative of the great majority of the students and the consensus of the faculty will be influential in any changes that may come about. Forms will be available in the SBA for you to give us your ideas to particular areas of concern. Please confine your suggestions to matters related to legal education and analysis of our programs. Feel free to contact the student members of the council: Carolyn Garcia, Tom Taylor, Karen Nelson, James McQuade, Rex Shaver and Andy Norman. We plan an open forum this summer to report on our ...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

1303 San Jacinto St. Houston, Texas 77002 ANNOTATIONS Vol. V issue No. 2. August, 1976 * * Ensle Tries New Policy; Pay for Civil Interns Profs to Study Civil Interns will be allowed to receive compensation for the hours they put in this fall on a trial basis. John F. Ensle, Assistant Dean announced that he is trying payment to in- terning students for the first time. In the past Ensle has not allowed students to receive pay for the hours they serve as interns because he felt there was a psychological impetus on the supervising attorney to demand independent produc- tion of work, such as law clerks do, if the student were being paid. The attorney also may be reluctant to spend time in- structing the student when he is also paying for the same time period. Ensle said the key to the in- ternship program is the team approach whereby the student and attorney work together on problems rather than having the student do research which the attorney then acts upon. The instructions issued for...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

*•§• 1. Annotations, August, im Editorials CARTOON Fortunately for South Texas students, the drastic need depicted in the cartoon is not a reality. True there are some students who would rather do just about anything than talk to the dean, but for the rest, he is easily accessible. All three deans met with the Student Bar Association earlier this semester to get acquainted and for each to see what the other group was interested in as far as goals and plans. I find it hard to be intimidated by a dean who laughs along with me at one of Dr. Jones' stories. Access to all three deans at STCL is remarkable compared to the severe grilling necessary at some other schools before even being granted an ap- pointment. Dean Walker is available unless he is talking with someone else; Dean Ensle rushed me only when he was trying to prepare for a class, he was substituting in, and offering to see me the next morning; Dean Jones will talk about money whenever a student comes in the door. Students ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

SBA Minutes . . . *- i- « July 1.1976 S.B.A. GENERAL MEETING Board Attending: Terry Wyrick, Dennis Wilenchik, Tom Wheat, Ray Fuchs, Joe Fuller, Mark Siegel, Patti Payne, Alex Hall. Absent: Carol Stowe and Mike Snyder. Treasurer's Report: Alex Hall stated that the previous administration of the S.B.A. left a surplus of between $400 and $600. The Summer budget for the S.B.A. is $1,700. Alex asked that the motion from the last meeting be amended to have money deposited for savings in the same bank where the checking account is. This motion was passed by a majority vote. S.A.B. Constitution: More discussion on what constitutes an excused absence for a board member was held. The criteria was: (1) Illness, (2) death in the family, or (3) act of God. Faculty Student Council Meeting: The faculty members of the council are Drs. Snell, Wiegel, Jones, and Hogan. Dr. Reiter is the chairman. There was discussion about the liaison member of the council. There will be an executive meeting next Thu...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

Pag* 4, Annotations, August 1*74 minutes (Continued from page 3) Alumni of STCL would make up the discussion panels. Students would be invited to participate. The symposium would take place one Saturday in the Fall. If any students are interested, contact Mr. Charles Cates in the D.A.'s office. He is the new President of the STCL Alumns. The symposium will be a joint project of both the STCL students and alumni. Dennis Wilenchik: has missed 3 consecutive meetings. He is in summer school in Mexico. The Newly Opened Downtown THE DELI 1106 Dallas (Between San Jacinto and Fannin 1 block from STCL) 237-8030 Featuring our Special Sandwiches all served on freshly baked French Bread ■ REGULAR £r SUPER SIZES ■ HOMEMADE SALADS ■ REASONABLE PRICES ft FAST SERVICE ■ DINING AVAILABLE OR TAKE OUT THE DEL! Dallas San Jacinto Fannin in Polk STCL HOURS : 10:30 6:30 Mon Fri. PARTY TRAYS AVAILABLE SBA Board of Governors voted to excuse these absences with a reprimand. As Vice-President, Dennis will ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

V > + - - ■ -* ■ > 4 f <■•( > * * * ♦ -♦ #■ A STUDENT'S LAMENT By Prof. W. B. WHARTON the night was the night that all students dread Twas the time to sum up what all I had read. I pondered each question and when I was done, I looked up and said, "is this Real Property One?" Perhaps I have received the wrong test from the pack I'll just tell the prof and he'll take it back. But, no, there's the title as clear as can be, so It can't be the test; it must be me. No reversion, no remainder, no fief do I see Not even a use or a defeasible fee. Maybe I can just start to write a few lines, And hope that the Prof will be gentle and kind. The thoughts in my head are refusing to jell, and this was the course in which I was supposed to do well. I can remember its name, but that's about all The rest of the course I can't seem to recall. There was something on estates of husband and wife, And a little bit on estates for somebody's life. There was also something on remainders, I think...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

1974 LSD Report Law Student Division Annual Terry Stransky, Dan Dobbins, and Liz Rogers will be the delegates from STCL at the ABA-Law Student Division convention in Atlanta, Georgia. They will leave Houston Aug. 6 and return Aug.10. During the five days in Atlanta they will meet with approximately 400 law students from the United States. They will make their voices heard through resolutions, election of national officers, programs on SBA's, placement and career development, etc. Delegates from Bates College ¿of Law and Thurgood Marshall Law School will also attend from the Houston area. The SBA voted to allocate $500 for their expenses, and the school contributed an additional $200. As in the past, the Law Student Division has ap- proximately $30,000 which will be allocated, via the Law School Services Fund Program, on a «matching fund basis to law |school projects. ? In past years, the Division has been able to materially aid such projects as minority recruit- ment, national envir...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

1*74, * *s 1 — —— ifc #- %■ Spring Semester Grades r*-> No. Course Professor Number of grades in each letter grade Average 55-59 60-69 70-79 80-89 90-95! No. 1 Agency fe Partnership Wetzel 76.8 6 9 22 13 8 1 * <* 2 Agency & Partnership ** McPherson 76. 5 0 2 57 19 2 2 T -W ~r 3 Bills it Notes Ellis 74.7 0 9 14 5 4 3 4 Conflict of Laws Black 76.4 0 5 80 23 2 4 «r 5 Corporations Tunks 74. 5 2 14 82 9 3 5 <«r 6 Constitutional Law Reed 76.4 0 8 37 20 3 6 7 Contracts, sect, a Manne 75.6 2 19 31 17 6 7 * 8 Contracts, sect, b Davis 75. 3 2 13 34 37 3 8 — V 9 Creditors' Rights Wharton 75.1 0 1 11 3 0 9 10 Criminal Law 1 Moses 75.1 4 15 30 33 3 10 11 Criminal Law I Driscoll 76. 8 0 3 16 9 2 11 12 Criminal Law 1 Burge 74.1 2 16 40 16 3 12 13 Criminal Law II ** Shaffer 74. 6 0 6 73 7 0 13 14 Domestic Relations, sect, a Hogan 77.1 0 4 17 6 2 14 ► 15 Domestic Relations, sect, b Hogan 75.2 0 10 21 10 3 15 * *■ ► 16 Equity ♦♦ Go ugh 74. 0 5 16 54 15 6 16 17 Evidence Zgourides 73.2 1 2...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1976

Pag* I. Annotations, August, If76 ABA Notes Edited by Richard M. Roth CHICAGO — (ABA) — Two-year law schools, buttressed by continuing legal education, might solve the problem of pro- viding society with well-educated lawyers, the president-elect of the American Bar Association has suggested. In a recent address to the State Bar of New Mexico, Justin A. Stanley, a Chicago attorney who will become the president of the 200,000 member A.B.A. in August, said that a change in the process of legal education is necessary because law schools cannot teach their students all of the law and, at the same time, emphasize such matters as trial or appellate advocacy, or almost any specialized substantive law field. Stanley said that one possible solution would be to eliminate the third year of law school and give students a national examination at the end of the second year. "Then the supreme courts of the states could specify what else a student would have to be examined on in order to be admitte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1976

[*■ *■ South ^ANNOTATIONS 1303 San Jacinto Houston, Texas 77002 Vol V Issue 3 September, 1976 School's History Varied, Growth Oriented i* * k« By Tommy Adkisson Perhaps one of the most in- teresting but least considered topics a student should acquaint himself with before attaining that J.D. we are all looking for is the history of South Texas College of Law. A quick survey of literature that might contain such information reveals few comprehensive sources on the history of our College of Law. A casual glance at the Houston scene though, will reveal ample evidence of the influence South Texas Collegé of Law, its students, faculty, and alumni have had on the local as well as the national community. No small part of this impact is derived from the fact that South Texas has been in operation since September 24, 1923 some fifty-three years ago. At its inception thirty-four freshmen students were enrolled, five of which were women. Judge John C. Townes was principal speaker at the openin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1976

Page 2, September, 1976 Annotations Editorials October 1 is the last day to register to vote in the November elections. There is no cost and voting entitles you to gripe about whoever "that idiot in the White House" is. Check with the county tax assessor or pick up a form in the grocery store. BUT DO IT. There is little that can be added to the SBA President's report, so I merely second it, only stronger. We had the same problem last year both with absent board members and with non-functioning board members. If they want the job, they should do it. The yearbook planned for this coming year is going to be stu- pendous — if students will get out of their inertia. The editors are planning a book of almost 200 pages, with all kinds of special features, but it won't be worth much if it is full of blank pages. Seniors have a few more days to have their picture taken, and yet so far very few have taken advantage of the free photography. Surely law students have grown up enough to get over ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1976

A T ' STCL Continues to Grow . . . Annotations, September 1976, Page 3 «IW -e *—* r « r** % <*~ *r%- ♦-r * rr-* (Continued from Page 1) Jones Law Building is seen not only in its improved facility for South Texas College of Law, but for its potential for student involvement in programs with Houston's legal community as well. The facility features class and seminar rooms on the first floor, judges chamber, jury room, conference and coun- selor's rooms on the third floor, and the Joe M. Green Jr. Advocacy Center, an auditorium of over 750 seating capacity, on the fourth floor. Given these facilities and the convenience of the College of Law to Houston's city, county, state, and federal courts, the Jones Law Building presents students with a rare opportunity to participate in top quality seminars (currently being booked) and to view the law in action as actual court sessions are held in the Advocacy Center. His service to the College of Law began in 1959 as Professor of Law. In 1960...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1976

Pag* 4, September, 1976, Annotations Terry Stransky and Liz Rogers talk with other LSD Reps at the convention in Atlanta. LSD Report Fall Roundtable The Thirteenth Circuit of the Law Student Division of the American Bar Association will hold their Fall Roundtable at STCL. The Student Bar President, LSD Representative, and Newspaper Editor from each of the law schools in Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas will be in Houston to share ideas, discuss applications for Law Student Services Fund Projects, Client Counseling Competition, etc. The dates for the Fall Roundtable are October 1, 2, and 3, 1976. STCL students who are organizing the weekend include Terry Stransky, Liz Rogers, and Dan Dobbins. Mark Achilles from Bates College of Law and Gwen Pierre from Thurgood Marshall School of Law will assist in finding places for the delegates to stay, and aid in organizing the program. Registration is open to all law students. The cost is $10.00. Legal Foundation Students put in over 100 hours a w...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1976

1303 San Jacinto St. Houston, Texas 77002 ANNOTATIONS Vol V Issue 4 October, 1976 V*~* LSD Roundtable To Convene Here The 1976 Annual Law Student Division of the American Bar Association Fall Roundtable will be held in Houston on October 1st and 2nd and South Texas will act as the official host school. The purpose of the Roundtable is to bring together the student leaders from each law school within the circuit (14 schools from Texas, Arkansas and Louisiana comprise the 13th Circuit) in order that each may discuss common problems and exchange ideas to aid each student to more effectively discharge the duties of their respective office. This year, the list of student leaders invited to participate in the Roundtable Conference includes law student representatives, student bar presidents, law review editors, school newspaper editors, women's caucus leaders, and BALSA representatives. Additionally, Don Nicolini, Circuit Governor from St. Mary's Law School, Steve Charen LSD Delegate to t...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1976

Page 2, Annotations, October, If 74 EDITORIAL SBA President's Report PRESS IN AMERICA Unfortunately the press in the United States is far from being the free entity that it should be. The State Bar Association of California approved a resolution praising four Fresno Bee newsmen who went to jail for contempt of court rather than reveal their sources of information. Since December 3,1733 when Peter Zenger's New York Weekly Journal incurred the wrath of the Governor of New York, through the Pentagon Paper's judicial tribulations, and up to and including the current problems with Congress which Daniel Schorr is ex- periencing, the press in America has fought an uphill battle for a free unrestricted press. Whether the issue is Libel, Invasion of Privacy or Contempt of Court the press has been greatly instrumental in furthering the causes of Liberty and Freedom upon which this country was founded. Peter Zenger was charged with "Scandalous, Virulent and Seditious Reflections upon the Gover...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1976

Probation Recommended * % >•* t (Continued from Pago 1) this particular preference had not come to his attention before; but that if a significant number of students indicated a preference for the former, he saw no reason why it could not be changed. So if you want M-Th and Tues-Friday instead of the way we presently operate, let the Council or the SBA know! 2. Deadweek: Dean Walker said the school is required to follow the Coordinating Board of the State of Texas calendar for when the semester begins and ends. Additionally, the ABA required a certain minimum number of classroom hours per credit hour. Because we schedule three full semesters, the Dean said if two days for each of three semesters were eliminated to get a deadweek, there would be no break be- tween semesters at the begin- ning and end of the summer. 3. Building facilities: Dean Walker stressed that the present use or nonuse, as the case may be, of the facilities is related only to financial con- siderations. Dean W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 October 1976

Page 4, Annotations, October, 1*74 ABA Notes Dates Set Edited by Richard Roth CHICAGO — During its recent August convention in Atlanta, the ABA, through its policy-making House of Delegates, appointed a commission to investigate law school admission policies that may entail reverse discrimination by favoring members of minority groups. The reverse discrimination issue was raised before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1974 by Marco DeFunis, Jr., who had been denied admission to the University of Washington Law School because of the school's "affirmative action" program, which, DeFunis charged, favored less qualified minority student applicants. The high court refused to decide on the constitutionality of the program because DeFunis had since gained admission to the school. In another decision, the delegates rejected a resolution calling for legislation allowing courts and administrative agencies to award attorney fees and other costs to persons who seek to defend public interests in court,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 November 1976

— ¥ i# IT * 1303 San Jacinto St. Houston, Texas 77002 ¿ ANNOTATIONS Vol. V Issue 5 November, 1976 Yount Honored Alumnus Award Given Professional Orientation Day Set To Discuss Legal Specialization The 1976 "Distinguished Alumnus Award" is presented to an outstanding leader whose choice of Houston as her home in 1953, and of South Texas College of Law to provide her legal education, both proved to be fortunate for the Community and the College. Jane Yount, the first woman to receive this highest alumni award, is a 1958 graduate with honors. She accepted an exacting position with Con- tinental Oil Company's Southern Region while writing for and serving on the staff of South Texas Law Journal, and was twice elected to our Student Council. Her local career included pri- vate practice. She served as a part of the legal team serving Continental Oil in its in- ternational operations in New York and Connecticut and since 1975, has been part of the legal division of the intercontinental petr...

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