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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1983

South Annotations Non-Profit Org. I S. Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 Volume X, Number 4 1303 Sari Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 February 1983 In Memoiiam This edition of Annotations is dedicated to Suzanne Shedd, a first year student, and her husband, Randy Shedd, who were killed in an automobile accident December 18th. Suzanne was from Amarillo, Texas, and graduated from the University of Texas with a degree in Mechanical Engineering. Sandy McKenzie is heading a committee to create a memorial for Suzanne. The suggestion has been made that books be obtained for the Library in memory of her. Students wishing to help with this memorial should contact Sandy at 654-6919 or any of the other committee members. Other committee members are: Ed Leonard at 960-6919, Lynn Cherry at 428-1464, or Sita Stone at 524-7267. Your help will be greatly appreciated. John B. Holmes, Jr., a Texas lawman Board of Advocates selects members by David W. Holman At the beginning of this semester, thre...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1983

Pagu 2 - ANNOTATIONS - January 1983 STCL Student Bar Association undertakes busy spring schedule Lynn Cherry A busy spring schedule has already begun for the members of the Student Bar Association. Members of the Student Bar Association welcomed aprox- imately 161 new students at the Freshman Orientation on January 5th. Freshmen Senators, Brian Gonzalez and Lynn Cherry were responsible for the program which included faculty members, mem- bers of the administration and stu- dent organization members. At the last S.B.A. meeting, Senior Senator David Dee and Honor Court Justice Sam Paler- mo resigned their positions because they graduated in Decem- ber. Individuals interested in either of these two positions are encouraged to apply. Applications and requirements can be obtained at the 2nd Floor information desk or from S.B.A. Secretary Rick Evrard. Michael Roe, Senior Senator, reported at the meeting that com- Holmes from page 1 answer. Today they're less tol- erant. Someday the pendul...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1983

January 1983 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 3 Snack Bar welcome addition to ST student lounge area by Suzanne DuBas The construction of the new snack bar in the student lounge area has been hailed by many as a landmark event, rivaled only by graduation from STCL or a pass- ing score on the newly recon- structed Texas Bar Exam. (Who needs the multi-state section anyway? After all, everyone knows the entire United States is moving to Texas.) While Tony's and Charley's 517 are in no danger of losing their clientele, the snack bar is definite- ly haute cuisine when compared to the stale peanut butter sandwich in the bottom of your brief case, or the sugar and carbohydrate junk food in the vending ma- chines.The snack bar serves ham- burgers, sandwiches, salads, pastries, and hot entrees. Bever- ages include ice tea, lemonade, Coke, Sprite, and Tab with as much ice as you want and your beverage in a cup, not down the drain of the vending machine. You can also select from several sizes of drinks. O...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 January 1983

Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS — January 1983 The roundball forecast: another pathetic prognosis by Boots Bukauskas Since no one can stomach going to watch the Rockets at the Sum- mit on Sunday afternoons, I ex- pect to see major crowds at Cos- saboom YMCA this season for the STCL Annual Basketball League and Tournament. I consider a crowd more than the two refs who are calling the games. I've heard a lot of talk around the lounge about how teams will dominate the boards and control the "Stuf- faboom" court, but to date, I'd only class such outbursts with Grimms Fairy Tales. As the season begins, it appears the eastern division has the most dominate forces to contend with in the league. Officers of the Court, for example, bring new meaning to the word stuff. Over- all, they have the most talent per player. Their off season recruiting drive netted them R. Briggs, a former collegiate stand-out. Add to this the height of McPhail, Russ and Evrard and the play-off expertise of Campbell and Tann- h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

Annotations Non-Profit Org. I S. Postage PAID Houston. Texas Permit 8451 Volume X, Number 5 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 March 1983 From the Bench Judge Norman Black Praises South Texas by Dale O'Neal Jr. Editor Editors Note: The students at South Texas College of Law and the Annotations staff greatly ap- preciate this exclusive interview granted by Federal District Judge Norman Black. We recognize his influential position in the legal system mandates a heavy work load. We thank him for his time. Norman Black speaks fondly of the students here at South Texas. After attending seminars at Har- vard School of Law, Judge Black confidently states that "South Texas prepares students as well as any other law school in the coun- try." He admires the "teachers' love, the administration, the physical facilities, and the stu- SBA News dents." "Some of the professors at Harvard are very concerned about how the law is being taught. They are changing some of their meth- ods, and what th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

Page 2 — ANNOTATIONS - March 1983 J? >1WS KaV tKe C>^L wU vrvv Vovi. fTJOO 33WUOJ 8? $ "3ofTb /if C 3, I I "t Ke. Pac VJLI ~ty Sec.T^*t a T\j • # - . • Co-n-tracts gradt-i a-re -raadj; i " Lakeland Coin Exchange of Houston ALAN H. GOLDSMITH, J.D. (713)729-3772 South Texas Graduate Investment Service Gold & Silver Bullion Rare Coins & Currency Buy • Sell • Trade Diamonds Authorized Dealer STCL Class Rings National Teletype • P.O. Box 740291 • Houston, Texas 77274 Estimates and Appraisals of Coin Collections and Jewelry for Probate and Divorce bring this ad to the attention of your friends who need help on the LSAT. Course taught by Dr. Richard Manne. pre-Iaw? pre-pare. Phone 524- 5711 for information on how to im- prove your score on the next LSAT Our six 4-hour classes pro- vide the best possible LSAT preparation. LSAT Visa MasterCard ANNOTATIONS EDITOR Dale O'Neal, Jr. Managing Editor Joe Murphy Associate Editor Boots Bukauskas Assistant Editors Louis Chapman, Barry C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

March 1983 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 STCL Mock Trial Team Makes Semi-Finals by David W. Holman The STCL Mock Trial Team advanced all the way to the semi- finals at the National Mock Trial Regionals held here in Houston on February 2-5. The team defeated four challengers before being edg- ed out by Baylor University in a controversial split decision. Twenty-four teams entered the competition, including par- ticipants from every law school in Texas, Oklahoma, and Louisiana. On its way to the semi-finals, STCL defeated Tulsa, the Univer- sity of Texas (twice), and St. Mary's. Members of the STCL team in- cluded Lester Vance, Olen Boudreaux, Gary Riebslager, Jeff Rusk, Devon Decker and Danny Garner. The team was praised for its thoroughness, knowledge of the law, and effective advocacy. The Baylor team that barely eked out a victory over STCL eventual- ly won the competition. The tournament was sponsored by the Houston Bar and was held at the Harris County Courthouse. The problem dealt wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS — March 1983 For Your Information Student Awards Banquet The Student Awards Banquet will be on April 15, 1983 at the Shamrock Hilton Hotel. Cocktails will be available at 6:30 (open bar), dinner will be served at 7:30, and the dance will be from 10:00 to 1:00 a.m. Tickets will be on sale in the lobby. Cost is $22.00 per couple. Placement Activities Federal Judicial Clerkships — Second year students are reminded that most Federal Judges are now accepting applica- tions for the 1984-86 clerks. Check with the placement office for specific listings as well as a court roster. Placement Programs — A series of placement programs is scheduled during March. Speakers from the Houston Bar Association and the Houston Young Lawyers Association will discuss topics ranging from interviewing skills to practice in cor- porate legal departments and various sized firms. Date, time and program location will be posted on the placement bulletin boards in late February. Resume Photos ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

March 1983 — ANNOTATIONS - Page 5 The Job Market. . . What Is It All About? by Louis B. Chapman What does the job market hold for us once we pass the Bar exam? We, the students, do not know for sure, but there are some qualities that prospective em- ployers are concerned with in reviewing the credentials of an ap- plicant that distinguish his resume from the multitude of applicants. Questions were posed to a mem- ber of the Employment Commit- tee of a nationally prominent law firm that has the luxury and prestige associated with it, to chóose just whom they want to groom from within their ranks to have the opportunity of making partnership. Is one's LSAT score a factor? Is it a necessary ingredient of one's resume? "No. I don't think the LSAT, at most law firms, is given a great deal of weight. By the time one is in the employment process with a law firm, he or she has at least two years worth of grade history as a law student, and I frankly think that most law firms are more in- te...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

Pafle 6 - ANNOTATIONS - March 1983 Specialization ... Texas Style (from page 1) 3. You must meet certain other requirements of the boards such as qualifying for certification without an examination. One must have practiced law on a full time basis a minumun of ten years and as determined by the Board, a showing to the same of special competence and substan- tial involvement in a particular field of law for which certification is sought during a continuous five year, or other reasonable period, immediately preceding certifica- tion. Payment of any fees is also required for Board certification. As to requirements for qualifying for certification by examination, some are a minimum of five years of actual practice of the law on a full time basis, a satisfactory showing of substantial involve- ment in the particular field of cer- tification, the necessary educa- tional experience to possess the specialization. The passing of a written and oral examination to demonstrate sufficient know- ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

March 19b3 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 7 Delta Theta Phi — Largest Fraternity at South Texas by Dak O'Neal, Jr. What is Delta Theta Phi? Delta Theta Phi is an Interna- tional Professional Law Fraternity with emphasis on the word "pro- fessional". It is the second oldest law fraternity in the United States, and one of the largest professional fraternities in the world. Delta Theta Phi is not primarily an honorary scholastic fraternity, although it does place high value on academic accomplishment. Neither is Delta Theta Phi primarily a social fraternity, although it does provide its members with a variety of plea- sant and worthwhile social con- tacts. The principal objective of Delta Theta Phi is to bring together con- genial men and women of good will and common purpose who regard the study and practice of law as activities worthy of the highest human endeavor. Why Should I Join a Law Frater- nity? In a sense, you already have. Merely by deciding to become a lawyer, and by studying toward ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1983

Page 8 - ANNOTATIONS - March 1983 Visit the State Bar of Texas Convention This Summer hi Pert Worth. And When in Port Worth, Treat Yoersoiff to a Cold Lone Star Longnech if Port Worth, Texas LOME STAR. TKNAHONAI BEBt Of TEXAS. Lone Star Brewing Company, San Antonio, Texas.

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1983

Annotations Non-Profit Org. IS. Postage PAID Houston. Texas Permit 8451 April 1983 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 Volume X, Number 6 STCL moot court team wins national championship (standing) Kenny Hagan, Paige Pace, Devon Decker and Keith Lynch, (seated) Honorable H.L. Mikva, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit; Honorable C.L. Branch, Chief Justice, the North Carolina Supreme Court; and Honorable Sam Ervin, Chief Justice, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit. (left to right) Paige Pace; Honorable H.L. Mikva, Judge, U.S. Court of Appeals, D.C. Circuit; Honorable C.L. Branch, Chief Justice, the North Carolina Supreme Court; Honorable Sam Ervin, Chief Justice, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit; and Devon Decker. Prof. T. Gerald Treece, Devon Decker, Paige Pace, Prof. H.M. Reed, N.C. Law School, and Prof. Eugene Gressman, The Fordham Law School, advisor to the National Competition. Black American Law Student Association, Inc. (BALSA) serves as cataly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1983

Page 2 — ANNOTATIONS — April 1963 Eighteen teams participate in second annual Mock Trial Competition on February 25; Poe and Schaffer winners by David W.Holman The second annual Fisher, Gal- lagher, Perrin and Lewis Mock Trial Competition concluded with an energetic final round on February 25. Eighteen teams par- ticipated in the intramural event, which is sponsored by the law firm for which it is named. The winners of the elimination tournament were second year stu- dents Lloyd Poe and Bob Schaf- fer. Finishing a close second were Lester Vance and Frank Mann. Mr. Schaffer characterized his team's victory as "tremendous" and a "great experience for anyone who has any desire to get into trial law". Judging the final round were Wayne Fisher, past president of the Texas Bar Association; Bob McConn and Shelton Smith. All are attorneys with Fisher, Gal- lagher, Perrin and Lewis, a distinguished Houston firm specializing in civil litigation. Mr. Fisher said that all of the final round par...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1983

April 1983 - ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 Judge Bell admired and loved by all who meet him; exemplifies qualities of honesty, integrity, and ethics by Dale O'Neal Jr. Editor A man does not need to fathom the depths of the placid Pacific to know that she is deep. Some facts escape their hiding places and shine like a beacon to us all. Therefore I saw no need to inter- view Judge Bell before I wrote this article about him. He strikes me as being placed upon this earth by our Creator to be a guide to mankind. He pos- sesses those qualities that eternity has taught us are requirements to sit upon the right hand. He is the definition of honesty. He is the hallmark of integrity. He is the champion of ethics. When asked a question, he of- ten silently reflects on his years of experience before answering. Al- ways calm and collected, he will first explain the law, then give the listener a piece of illustrative life that clarifies the point. He is as admired by us today as the wise jurist Solomon wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 April 1983

Pag© 4 — ANNOTATIONS — April 1983 1983 Annual Awards Banquet The Shamrock Hilton Hotel Friday Evening, April 15,1983 Cocktails • Dinner • Dance • Open Bar Cocktails — 6:30 p.m. Dinner — 7:30 p.m. Dance — 10:00 p.m. Alumni Tickets will be $30.00 per couple (all inclusive). Call Alumni Office at 659-8040 and tickets will be mailed to you. Dress will be semi formal. Deadline for Reservations is Monday, April 4,1983 STATE OF GOODTIMES IN THE SUPREME COURT FOR INTOXICATION COUNTY THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF GOODTIMES, Plaintiff, Vs. PARTY ACTION FILE NO X CUSES B. R. GUEST, Defendant. SUBPOENA TO: The December, May & August Graduating Class SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW YOU ARE HEREBY COMMANDED, that lay- ing aside all and singular, your business and excuses, you be and present your person to this Supreme Court on the 6th day of May, 1983 at 8:00 o'clock in the p.m. for the purpose of gaining your testimony at a Graduation Party. Court will sit in open session at Grif s Shillelagh Inn, 3...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1983

■Si Annotations Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 July 1983 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 Volume XI, Number 1 V- 1 Ml 2 % / ✓ i_A ABA Moot Court Regional participants pictured above are: (left to right) Mr. Jeff Rusk, named top ad- vocate; The Honorable Paul Murphy, 14th Court of Appeals; The Honorable Henry Doyle, 14th Court of Appeals; The Honorable Ken Hoyt, State District Court Judge; Mr. Devon Decker and Mr. Kip Morgan. South Texas wins ABA regionals April 9 by David W. Holman South Texas won the American Bar Association Regional Moot Court Competition held here on April 9, 1983. This victory marked the fourth straight ABA regional championship for STCL. The winning team included Jeff Rush, named top advocate, Devon Decker and Kip Morgan. The team was coached by Assis- tant Dean T. Gerald Treece. The team will compete in the ABA National Moot Court Finals to be held at the end of July in conjunction with the ABA annual convention in Atlanta, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1983

[ ' Page 2 - ANNOTATIONS - July 1983 SBA starts year with new officers and big plans by Edgar "Scoop" Goldberg What is the S.B.A.? Is itta new mortgage plan? No! Is it a world wide defense organization based on the fundamental precept that koala bears are really ewoks mas- sing for an attack? Nah! Well, what is the S.B.A.? You are the S.B.A., the Student Bar Associa- tion. The new officers are Presi- dent, Lynn Cherry; Vice Presi- dent, Kevin Bell; Secretary, Liz Caudle; Treasurer, Shelly Russell; Senior Senators Sara Cooper and Kerry Hagan; Mid-Law Senators Mary Hamilton and Todd Yes- low; Freshman Senators Debbie Petryzak and Mark Burtner; and Parlimentarian Lauri Goldman. These individuals are the s:udents' voice in all of the schools func- tions from freshman orientation to graduation and the following exercises that are happening this summer. The S.B.A. started the new year off running with the pre-planning of the Annual Halloween Bash. The school's favorite party has evolved i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1983

July 1983 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 Women in Law would like to announce their new officers for the coming year. They are Presi- dent, Lety Barguiarena; Vice President, Teska Moreau; Treas- urer, Jeannine Keel-Flynn; and Secretary, Sara Cooper. Two Media Reps will be appointed. Prospective activities in the coming year will include speaker series with husband and wife at- torney teams, as well as other in- teresting lecturers. A "Big Dog" party will be held at the end of June for representatives from all other school organizations in order to establish a rapport and Local Phi Delta Phi initiates 34 new members on April 20 by O. Kenneth Dodd John Wood Inn, the South Texas chapter of Phi Delta Phi, initiated 34 new members into their growing ranks on April 20 at the Inns of Court. Phi Delta Phi is the oldest legal fraternity in the nation (in fact, it predates the American Bar Association), and at South Texas College of Law re- quires a scholastic standing suffi- cient to place the studen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 July 1983

Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS — July 1983 New professors teaching summer courses here by Lynn Cherry Ms. Ann Lang is teaching Wills, Trusts, and Estates at South Texas this summer. Ms. Lang is an as- sociate at the firm of Abramowitz & Loftus, specializing in Probate work. In 1979 she graduated from South Texas in the upper 10% of her class. While attending South Texas, she was in Law Journal, Order of the Lytae, and Delta Theta Phi Law Fraternity. In order to fill the remainder of her time schedule, she taught high school English full time the first year and a half of law school and then worked in Judge Scanlan's Probate Court 03 as an assistant the last year of law school. During the course this summer, Ms. Lang intends to bring in two experts in the area of Probate Law; Judge Jim Scanlan and John Hutchinson. Mr. Hutchinson is the Court Coordinator for Judge Gregory. In discussing South Texas, Ms. Lang mentioned that the thing that impresses her the most about the students at South Tex...

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