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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1977

Barry Fina Vicky L Good! Janat Littlejohn Kan Mingladorff Tad Powell Jim Read Dou| Womack school. My initial program? • Obviate the "3-F" and "30 hour" rules and replace them with a supervised proba- tionary period for faltering, but willing, students; • Establish more reasonable accessible library and book store hours; • Install student lockers; • Continue to work with the Freshman Orientation pro- gram to make it more effec- tive in indoctrinating students into the reality of law school; • Institute SBA funded duplicating facilities that work quietly; • Provide professional counsel- ling to all students who may be victims of law school's psychic wringing; • Organize a student advisory committee to work with the faculty in scheduling classes and course offerings; • Get rid of the snack bar "circus curtains" in our stu- dent lounge. South Texas needs your in- put The administration needs to listen and respond to your ideas. I'll work to make your voice heard I -Ken Mingledorff Eight...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1977

ir Slate Formed By Candidates For Senator Play It Safe (Senators Acting for Efficiency) is a joint plat- form of senior senator candidate Tom Cooper; Mike Udell and Tom Summers, candidates for mid-law senator; and Doug Womack and Ted Powell, candi- dates for freshman senator. The Play It Safe slate consists of those five individuals who feel that much more can be done for the student body at South Texas College of Law, We believe that effective leadership begins before the elec- tion and, such being the case, feel that solidarity in student government is the answer. We are presenting a slate which we believe to be realistic in light of what the student government can and should accomplish. We also realize that some of the problems we are presenting might not have feasible answers at this time. Thus, we call upon the student body, the faculty, and South Texas alumni to help us in our modest efforts. We are aware that the approach we are taking in regard to student gov- ernment is a n...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1977

Eferc r i. I ftp I. Annotations, Rfcr*. 1177 Consumer Law Symposium Set By Women In Law On Saturday, March 5, in Room 103, Women in Law of STCL will sponsor a sympos- ium, beginning at 8:30 a.m., the topic of which will be Consumer Fraud. Following is a schedule of the planned activities. There will be no charge and all are welcome. This is the second annual symposium sponsored by Women in Law. Last year's topic dealt with legal ethics. The symposium is funded by a grant from the Law Student Division of the American Bar Associa- tion, with matching funds from the Student Bar Association. Coordinators of this year's symposium are Patti Payne and Jean Hudson. Becky Bartness is in charge of publicity. The monthly meeting will fol- low the panel discussion. 8:30-9:00 Justice Wayne and "How to Sue in Small. Claims Court" 9:00-9:30 Shelby Welch, former president of the Houston Independent Garage Association and currently president-elect of the state chapter, will speak on "Auto Repairs." ...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1977

1303 San Jacinto St. Houston, Texas 77002 ANNOTATIONS Volume V, Issue No. 9 April, ?977 Rep. Barbara Jordan Rep. Jordan Keynotes Banquet U.S. Representative Barbara Jordan keynoted the 1977 Spring Banquet at the Shamrock Hilton and spoke of the distrust lawyers have built in the public's mind about themselves. Referring to the new ethics code passed by the House, Jor- dan said that they felt the peo- ple didn't like Congress, so they passed the code. "We are going to certify to you by the passage of that code that we are honest people," Jordan said. The point of the code is to assure the public that Congress is full of certifiably honest people who are not going to rob the treasury, Jordan explained. Jordan said the public views those in Congress, mainly attor- neys, as verbal engineers who make the legal process compli- cated so that no one can under- stand it but the attorneys, who don't go to any great effort to help anyone understand. Speaking on a bill in Congress to provide re...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1977

Page 2, Annotations, April, 1977 Editorials A lot of nice things happened at the Spring Banquet. Those at- tending had a good time. Dean Walker was introduced as the man who has done so much to make South Texas what it is today. Terry Wyrick, before presenting her awards, thanked the faculty and ad- ministration for giving the students so much, and the opportunity to work toward a law degree, taking into consideration each of our special talents and situations, and not making numbers out of us that must fit in square holes whether we are round or not. (She didn't use quite those words; hers were a little more refined). But the one thing that didn't happen at the Spring Banquet that should have is a congratulations to Mike Snyder and Mark Stegel, mid-law senators, for producing such an exquisite evening, complete with roses and cigars at the dinner table. So here are your congratu- lations. Spring has arrived and with it time for new things. There are several new babies in the law sc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1977

« * * Dobbins.. « « ^ > T *■ ► . L T 4? * •'* *tx r -T' ,1. Continued from Page 1 states with Dobbins being elected from the tri-state area of Texas, Louisiana, and Arkansas. Fourteen law schools are located in this circuit The duties of the Governor include convening a round table conference during the fall semes- ter and an annual circuit confer- ence during the spring semester. These conferences serve to bring together law students within the circuit to discuss and plan im- plementation of current Division programs. The Governors also attend the national LSD annual meeting held during the ABA conven- tion. The substantive work of the Division at this meeting is done through the Board of Gov- ernors and the House of Dele- gates. These two groups serve as the legislative arm of the Divi- sion. Each circuit governor also re- ceives a budget to visit schools and implement programs for law students in his or her circuit. The Spring Conference was held in Little Rock, Ark. this year...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1977

14, Annotations, April, 1977 Law Journal Awards By Bill Hall The South Texas Law Journal has presented its annual Law Journal Awards for significant achievements during the 1976-77 academic year. Included among the awards, presented by Editor-in-Chief Ellen Macklin at the Student Awards Banquet April 2, were eight writing awards and an award for the most significant contribution to the Law Journal during the past academic year. Karen S. Nelson received $100 and the Texas Trial Law- yers Association Award for the best article in the field of torts or workmen's compensation. The E. E. Townes Memorial Award of $100 donated by Edgar E. Townes, Jr. and H. P. Pressler, Jr., went to Patrick Flynn for the best article in the field of Constitutional Law. David M. Feldman and Everett Hartnett, co-authors of a lead article, each received $100 and the Maureen Elizabeth Bailey Award. The Howard Nations Award of $100 went to Jack McGee for the best article in the area of SBA Elections Freshman Se...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 May 1977

1303 San Jacintó St. Houston, Texas 77002 ANNOTATIONS Volume V, No. 10 May, 1977 Honor Court Acts On Code Violations First Time Ceremonies at School Graduation Set May 15 Editor's Comment: The following we submitted by Ken Reney, Chief Justice of the Honor Court, to in- form students of actions taken by the Court The Judgments are posted in During the course of this last semester, there were five complaints filed with the Student Bar Associa- tion which alleged violations of the Honor Code. Of those five com- plaints, two were dismissed by the Chief Prosecutor for lack of suffi- cient evidence, two resulted in a ver- dict of guilty and one was dismissed by the Court after a pre-trial hearing for failure on the part of the Student Bar Association to establish a prima facie case. Under our Honor Code, a student files an informal Bill of Complaint with the Chief Prosecutor. If he feels there is sufficient evidence, to pro- ceed on, a pre-trial hearing is ordered. If he does not feel th...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 May 1977

Page 2. Annotations, May. Editorials Before the deya of computer run newspapers, a —30— meent the end of a story. It is also used to signify the last story of a writer who wes leaving the paper. This is my -30- editorial. Some ere probably glad because they have disagreed with me, but few took the time to write a letter to the editor end say so. This paper does not belong to the editor, although it often works that way through default of other students. Annotations is the one method of commu- nication with all the students at the school, other than the board with can- celled classes. Students should feel free to write stories or letters expressing their viewpoint. One student who wrote a letter to the editor told me it was time to get some controversy started in the school. That was what he felt the paper should be doing. As far as the basic purpose of a newspaper, I disagree, but for the editorial page, controversy fits right in. Perhaps the lack of controversy in the peper is that...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 May 1977

•i '/ 4r f - *+ • ♦—i- y SBA GENERAL MEETING April 7.1977 Attending: Pstti Payne; Late: Terry Wyrick, Dennis Wilen- chik, Joe Fuller, Alex Hall and Mark Siegel. Absent: Mike Snyder, Tom Wheat. Ray Fuchs, and Carol Stowe. . Honor Code/Constitution: Costs for printing will not be available this will receive two (2) free and then fifty cents for each additional one. Notice will be posted on the bulletin board. No limit to the number of guests invited. Party will be at the Mail: The SBA is currently ex- periencing a problem receiving. SBA Office Key: Anyone* seeking admission into the SBA office may ask Mrs. Heaton for a key. be no spring supplement to the direc- tory. Graduation Invitations: Seniors SBA Files: Close Friday - April 15, 1977. Faculty/Student Committee: In- terviews for interested students begin Wednesday, April 20, 1977 at 3:30 p.m. Teacher Evaluations: Will be held two weeks before finéis this semester. S8A GENERAL MEETING April 21,1977 Board Attending: Dennis Wilen- ch...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 May 1977

Delta Theta Phi By Dennis Brown The E. E. Townes Senate'* spring initiation was a resounding success. Due to strong efforts by the general membership forty-eight students were initiated during March and April. During the last Delt meeting on April 6th, a new slate of officers were elected to the following positions: Dennis Brown, Dean; Ted Powell, Vice-Dean; Jim Read, Tribune; Scott Rogers, Exchequer; Jean Hudson, of the Rolls; Bill Connolly, of the Ritual; Ron Cotterill, Baliff; Jim Healy, Historian. The new officers end the general membership recognize, with a great deal of respect and appreciation, the fantastic job done by the outgoing officers during the past year. Upcoming events for Delt mem- bers and new students will include: Wednesday, June 8th, Delt Organiza- tion Meeting to plan further summer activities. Thursday, June 16th, Delt Reception, held in conjunction with the State Bar Convention, at the Star- light Roof of the Sheraton Hilton. All Delt members are welcome and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

1303 San Jacinto St. Houston. Taxas 77002 ANNOTATIONS Voltura Vlf Iww No. 1 August, 1977 •JACK DRAKE ATVf-AT'LAVJ t£GAL ffWice to r/r pon YOUR EVfflY DAY OFFICE REQUHBMBÍTS BEACON OIÍICI SUPPLY COMPANY OFFICE SUPPLIES • PRINTING • STATIONERY 1209 CAROLINE ST. 652-0697 HOUSTON, TEXAS 77002 ACROSS THE STREET FROM SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW 260 Enter Freshman Class By Doug Womack and Janet Litt/ej'ohn Freshman Senators We are looking forward to over 260 new students this fall. Their orientation will be sponsored by the Student Bar Association (SBA) on Friday, August 26 at 10:00 a.m. in the Advocacy Center. The scheduled speakers will in- troduce these new students to the rigors of law school. Spouses are urged to attend. The speakers in- clude: Dr. Charles Weigel, Profes- sor, South Texas College of Law; Joe Fuller, president of the SBA; Dan Dobbins, LSD-ABA Circuit Governor; William Campion, di- rector, Standards of Admissions Department, State Bar of Texas. After lunch there will be ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

x.y^- Page 2, Annotations, August, 1077 BLACK Continued From Page be clearly erroneous, and it is a rare case where the district judges find us to be clearly erroneous. So the magistrates are effectively handling all pre-trial, no disposi- tive motions. With this caveat, as a new district judge is appointed most of them keep the ruling of motions to themselves, rather than letting the magistrates do it, so, that they can learn who the lawyers are, what the issues are, what the cases are about and then ultimately I expect they will turn them over to the magistrates. If the three magistrates in Houston were handling all motions for all the district judges in Houston it would be an untenable situation. I know of one district judge who had as many as 175 unresolved motions on his docket at one time. Well, if you dump those 175 on the three magistrates we would just be paralyzed. As far as the dispositive motions, motions to dismiss, motions for summary judgment, we hear and recom- mend ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

EDITORIAL *# Madison Avenue Execs Dine Wall St. Attorneys August 1977, Annotations, Pags 3 Madison Avenue may be knocking on your doors, after all, "it pays to advertise," so the slogan goes. On June 27 this year the Supreme Court of the land ruled that attorneys may advertise fees for specific routine services. This landmark decision styled, John R. Bates & Van O"Steen v. State Bar of Arizona has overruled decisions dating back as far as 1808, and as recently as 1975 in Goldfarb v. Virginia State Bar. In 1908 the American Bar Association (ABA) promulgated a rule forbidding advertising by lawyers. These rules and court decisions no longer stand because two young Arizona lawyers advertised their fees in a newspaper. The Arizona Republic. Their hopes were to attract the middle to lower income groups that are devoid of services offered by the legal profession. The Supreme Court of the United States voted 5-4, in their favor. This historical ban on adver- tising cannot be solely pre...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

I "t* •?r I > Wl • r T * * 4, Annotations, August, 1977 4 X * r J t i * %■ i t ACP I Continued From Page 1 ordinary consumer doesn't carry much weight. (It should be noted that the ACP*s determination of what the consumer's interest is cannot be challenged in court). In a nation of 215 million consumers it is impossible to find the ordi- nary consumer's viewpoint. The bill does allow citizens to petition the ACP. At the very least, the ACP would provide a public focal point for consumer points of • The second argument is a prime example of how specious some of the arguments against the ACP can be. Authorization for the ACP in it's first year of operation would be $15 million. To the ordinary person that sounds like a lot. But as part of the federal budget total- ing billions, this is not much more than a trifling. Both the Depart- ment of Defense and H.E.W. spend more than that in an hour, according to President Carter. Further, President Carter has stated that according to O.M.B...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

August, 1977 Annotations, Pag 5 Casenote Corner .. Bates & o'steen Editor's Note: The following law journal casenote was selected through a combined effort of Annotations and Tom Bartiett, Law Journal's The casenote is basis of quality content and pertinent interest to the legal profession. Anyone interested in obtaining a copy of the footnotes nay contact the Annotations offices. by Mike Sauter Law Journal In Bates v. State Bar of Arizona, the United States Supreme Court ended the long standing ban on advertising legal services. This decision is signi- ficant in light of the strict limita- tions on legal advertisements which existed prior to this ruling.2 While opening doors pre- viously locked to members of the legal profession, the ruling leaves a a number of questions un- answered, and affords little prac- tical guidance .for the. attorney who wishes to advertise. FACTS Appellants, members of the Arizona State Bar, were charged with violation of the State Supreme Court's dis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

BLACK I Continued From Page 2 will be converted to a federal courthouse, all of the agencies will be moved out, except the courts. & Is the southern district housed solely in Houston? A. NO, NO, Houston is the Hous- ton division of the southern dis- trict. The Southern District of Texas comprises five counties beginning with Harris County moving along the Gulf Coast to Brownsville which is about 330 miles. Those 45 counties are divided into a Houston division, a Galveston division, a Corpus Christi division, a Laredo division, and a Brownsville division. There is a district judge assigned to each of those other divisions and there is a magistrate in each of those, except Galveston. Q. What type of criminal cases do you have today? A. I hate to admit it, but I won't know till I get there. Q. Is that typical? A. Rather than having each of the magistrate's responsible for handling his own criminal docket- ing we took two people who had been clerks t- the magistrates, and assigned t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1977

Southern District Has 250 Pending Habaos Corpus Cases August, 1977 Judge Black Assigned To Civil Rights Cases by Evan Glick Staff writer Editor's Note. This article is the first in e series of two, and is m indepth interview, styled in a minor editing for readership clar- ity. in next month's issue U.S. Q. Why was the federal magis- trate's position ever created? A. To convert the position of New Profs At STCL The student body of The Uni- versity of Houston's choice for teaching excellence and concern for quailty legal education will re- turn to the faculty of S.T.C.L. this fail. A professor of law at S.T.C.L. in the 1930's, Professor Williamson was a pioneer of Bates College of Law while at the same time pursuing a successful private legal career. Educated at Rice Uni- versity and the University of Texas College of Law, Professor Williamson brings to his classroom many years of invaluable practical experience which will be a wel- comed addition to the sometimes "not so basic" theor...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1977

1303 San Jacinto St. Houston. Texas 77002 ANNOTATIONS Volume VI, Issue No. 2 September 1977 lctmc OUTA-! uiuuv, C\\\\V\ \V*W A\ \ww\v\v &.v\Vt\vw \Vii\vw Don't be silly, number 864921, you can see it's unplugged! ed ps* ^ 0«* o* m ^Zina V®* ABA Shorts: National Bar Results ANNOTATIONS Sovtti Texts College of Law IMS San Jacinto Street Houston, Texas 77002 Non-profit Organization U.S; POSTAGE PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Please Inform us of any changes of address as the Annotations will not be forwarded by the postal service. Bar admissions in 1976 reached a record high for the seventh consecutive year, the National Conference of Bar Examiners reported. The NCBE is an affiliate of the American Bar Association. The total number of persons admitted to practice in 49 states, the District of Columbia, Guam, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands was 35,741. Exact admissions figures for Florida were not available, according to William H. Morris, director of the NC...

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