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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1984

L vA South Texas .College 'of Law Annotations Commemorative Edition Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 Volume IX, Number 11 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 June 1984 Rehnquist dedicates STCL Legal Center South Texas College of Law Legal Center was dedicated May 2 with Associate Justice William H. Rehnquist of the U.S. Su- preme Court as the guest of honor. Chief Justice Jack Pope of the Texas Supreme Court deliv- ered the keynote address to a standing-room-only audience in the 740-seat Joe M. Green Advocacy Auditorium in the Cullen Building. STCL's Dean Garland R. Walker introduced the 150- person Honor Court, which was comprised of Texas Supreme Court justices, 1st and 14th Courts of Appeals justices, fed- eral judges, state district court judges, members of the Hous- ton Bar Association. STCL's Board of Directors and Hous- ton officials. STCL's Legal Center con- sists of the Cullen Building, which houses the law library, and the new 11-story Tower,...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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Page 2 ANNOTATIONS June 1984 Editorial A milestone commemora&d This year marks Dean Garland R. Walker's 25th year as Dean of South Texas College of Law. This issue is dedicated to him. The Dean's unwavering service to the col- lege actually is reflected not here, in ANNOTATIONS, but rather in the quality of our fa- cilities and of our faculty. The dedication of the Jesse H. Jones Legal Center and the opening of the Tower in the Dean's 25th year are monuments to his efforts. The Student Bar Association recently selected myself, Barbara Pusch, as editor of ANNOTA- TIONS, and Gregg Rosenberg as business manager. We both would like to thank the SBA for their collective vote of con- fidence. I do not foresee any drastic changes for ANNOTA- TIONS. Rather, I hope you'll see the paper evolve in the months ahead. I'd like to introduce ANNO- TATIONS' Editorial Board and a few new columnists, all of whom are volunteers. Each individual has a special talent and together, we should be able t...

Publication Title: Annotations
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June 1984 - ANNOTATIONS Page 3 Crump named as professor of year By Mary Carouthers Bray Assistant Editor Dr. Susan Crump was sur- prised when she was presented the Teacher Excellence Award for 1983-'84 at the Student Bar Association's Annual Spring Banquet. Selected for the honor on the basis of student nomina- tions submitted to the SBA, Dr. Crump has only been an STCL faculty member since the fall semester of 1982. She teaches classes in Criminal Law, Procedure I and Evidence. Dr. Crump holds an under- graduate degree in French from the University of California at Davis. After working four years, she started law school at South- ern Methodist University. She transferred from SMU after one year to the University of Hous- ton Bates College of Law, where she graduated magna cum laude. After completing law school, Dr. Crump served as a law clerk to Chief Judge John Brown of the U.S. Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit. She spent two years as an associate in the lit- igation department of ...

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Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS — June 1984 Dean Walker celebrates 25 years w This year is the highmark of Dean GarlandR. Walker's ten- ure with South Texas College of Law. His 25-year career as STCL's dean indicates a forth- right man of steady patience. His diligence and unwavering efforts brought the college from a fledgling night school which held classes in the basement of the YMCA, to the current facili- ties which encompass a city block and house two courts of appeals. Additionally, Dean Walker's mil- itary career shows him to be a man of integrity and courage. He was with the first pre-invasion group to hit the beach at Nor- mandy on D-Day and suffered numerous injuries. The follow- ing article includes excerpts from an interview with Dean Walker which appeared in ANNOTA- TIONS in April, 1978. Garland Raymond Walker was born on a farm in the corner of Limestone County, Texas, which borders Hill and McClennan counties. His parents were a unique mix of rugged individualism and aesthetici...

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with South Texas College of Law June 1984 ANNOTATIONS Page 5 France, come back, and land on the coast of England. "This served two purposes," said Dean Walker. "The enemy would never know which one of these (maneuvers) was the real invasion, and two, we got the experience of making the am- phibious landingson the beach." During one maneuver, one of their landing craft was sunk by a U-boat that had slipped in. All but six of the crew were killed. "These were all friends of mine, in the company that I had pre- viously been in," he said. The American troops were told to expect 90 percent casual- ties during the invasion, he said. "We did not have that many casualties." Reportedly, about 70 percent of the troops were killed or injured that day. Dean Walker was one of the casualties, sustaining serious injuries on Omaha Beach. He was hit in the wrist, the head, and in both legs. His recovery took 27 months in a hospital. However, before he was evacu- ated he spent five days and nights on...

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Page 6 ANNOTATIONS — June 1984 Mrs. Heaton recognized for service to STCL By Barbara Pusch Editor Mrs. Addie Lucile Heaton, administrative assistant to the dean, remembers with a smile the day she was hired. "It was very amusing," she said. The year was 1959. Mrs. Heaton and her family had just moved to Houston from Alvin, Texas. Not long after they arrived in Houston, Mrs. Heaton's late husband William showed her a help wanted col- umn in the newspaper. South Texas College of Law needed a dean's secretary. "My husband said (if I took a job) it shouldn't be one that was too much work. He didn't want me to be overburdened." Mrs. Heaton made an ap- pointment and interviewed with then Assistant Dean Raymond Magnuson. For the interview, she dressed in "the proper kind of clothing a secretary to the dean would wear," she said. "I wore white gloves—we still wore white gloves then— and a very simple black dress and a black straw hat. I think it's interesting to know we wore hats at one tim...

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Page 8 — ANNOTATIONS June 1984 STCL Legal Center dedicated The Jesse H. Jones Legal Center of South Texas College of Law officially opened its doors May 2. STCL's new neighbors, members of the 1st and 14th Courts of Appeals, helped to dedicate the facilities. Associate Justice William H. Rehnquist of the U.S. Supreme Court was the guest of honor. Thousands of other guests, including faculty, students, alumni and STCL friends, attended a champagne recep- tion. Some 150 dignitaries comprised a dedication ceremony Honor Court. For Dean Garland R. Walker and members of STCL's Board of Directors, the cere- mony represented the culmination of years of work. For alumni, the occassion was a reunion. And for students, the ceremony was an opportunity to meet and greet members of every level of the federal and state judiciary, as well as lawyers from Houston's top firms. X C h I. §

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Page 10 ANNOTATIONS - June 1984 Institute ' -tfV* planning and directing a new nationwide program. Neverthe- less, she began work in Febru- ary, 1983, planning the first seminar, which was held in September of last year. The In- stitute's next program is sched- uled for this fall. Dr. Matthews has great am- bitions for the Institute which she hopes ultimately will be ongoing. She intends to sup- plement the lectures with vi- deotapings of the attorneys who participate in training sessions and in a mock trial before fed- eral judges. The Institute has had some positive side effects for STCL students, according to Dr. Matthews. One student interviewing with a Dallas law firm found his future employer inquiring into the Institute and into STCL's advocacy program. "The advocacy program is the strength of the school and firms will inquire into a stu- dent's participation in advocacy at South Texas," she said. Dr. Matthews is a woman with a positive attitude and a high energy level, both ...

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June 1984 ANNOTATIONS Page 11 ALUMNI CALENDAR June 22 Ahunni Breakfast Meeting—Grand Hotel, 7:30 a.m.—Speaker, Thomas J. Brandt "Discovery under the amended Texas Rule of Civil Procedure." July 5 State Bar Convention—San Antonio, Texas, Alumni Cocktail Reception- Four Seasons Hotel, 4-6 p.m.—Primavera Room. July 26 Luncheon Meeting—Inns of Court—Speaker, Tom Lawrence, Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Position 2 "How not to get 'Poured Out' in J.P. Court." July 27-29 South Texas College of Law, Florida Chapter Annual Meeting— Don Ceser—St. Petersburg, Florida. August No Luncheon. THE WHITEHORSE CELLAR Serving Law Students, Law Professors, and Attorneys for 20 Years Drinks 2 for 1 during Happy Hour Happy Hour from 4 to 7 Discount Price on Beer to Students Only 1 block away, located at 1211 Fannin Leo Kalantzakis, Proprietor 652-3948 Bring this ad to the attention of your friends who need help on the l.SAT. Course taught by Dr. Richard Manne. pre-law? pre-pare. Phone 524- 5711 for inf...

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Page 12 — ANNOTATIONS — June 1984 Boudreaux from page 1 precise discipline, that "close enough" is a breach of duty, and that vagueness and gross generalizations are an outrage." Mr. Boudreaux, 30, will be joining the Houston law firm of Reynolds, Allen and Cook in August. He will be returning to South Texas this Fall as an ad- junct professor, along with Devon H. Decker, another dis- tinguished STCL graduate, in order to coach the college's na- tional mock trial teams. During his law school ca- reer, Mr. Boudreaux distin- guished himself in intramural and national mock trial com- petitions. Ibis year Mr. Boudreaux and his mock trial partner, Richard Hogan, Jr., placed first in the region and third in the nation in the American Trial Lawyer's Association Mock Trial Team. The top STCL graduate ac- cumulated a number of other honors and awards. He was Bar exam attended STCL, scored in the top 10. Because of Mr. MacKillop's foreign status, he is not ranked officially. However, Student ...

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June 1984 - ANNOTATIONS - Page 13 ABA Corner Troublesome corpse is 'Harry' ABA seeks student delegates The American Bar Associa- tion is seeking two student dele- gates to the ABA House of Delegates, which will hold its annual meeting August 2 - 5 in Chicago, 111. The two students will repre- sent the Law Student Division Assembly of the ABA at their upcoming convention, and will be members of the Division's Board of Governors. The candidacy is open to any student who is a member of the ABA Law Student Di- vision, has completed one year of law school but has at least one academic year to complete following the Annual Meeting, and is in good academic stand- ing (not on suspension or pro- bation). Attendance at the Chi- cago meeting also is required. The deadline for filing nom- ination forms is July 1. The self- nomination procedure involves filing the following: • Notice of Intention declar- ing the nominee's candidacy. • Dean's Certification, which must be executed by the stu- dent...

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Page 14 — ANNOTATIONS June 1984 Entertainer blacklisted By Mary Carouthers Bray Assistant Editor Many consider John Henry Faulk a hero because of his fight to protect his Constitu- tional rights to freedom of speech and association. He insists he's not. However, he wants to re- mind us, he said, that the bles- sings of American citizenship must be protected from an op- pressive government. Mr. Faulk was a featured speaker at South Texas Col- lege of Law May 22. His ap- pearance was sponsored by the Public Interest Group. As he told his story before an audience of approximately 50 persons, it became clear why this man felt so strongly about the protection of Constitution- ally granted liberties. In the 1940s and '60s, Mr. Faulk enjoyed tremendous suc- cess in New York City as a WCBS network radio program host, humorist, political com- mentator and television person- ality. Then, in 1956, during the height of the McCarthyism era of political repression, he lost it all. Mr. Faulk was o...

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June 1984 - ANNOTATIONS — Page 15 STCL advocacy teams victorious across nation By Jeannine Keel-Flynn Valda Combs and Genora Kendrick took first place for South Texas College of Law by defeating Southern Methodist University in the National Black Law School Association's moot court competition, held in St. Louis, Mo. March 29 - 30. The final rounds of the com- petition were co-sponsored by Washington University and St. Louis University. Fourteen fi- nalists competed, each having won a regional contest. South Texas' brief, authored by Ms. Combs and Ms. Ken- drick, took second place in the nation, following its first place win at the February regionals that were held in Dallas and sponsored by SMU. The 1984 NBLSA competi- tion was new ground for STCL's advocacy program. The team came prepared to argue both sides of the problem, which concerned altered consent de- cree in a Title 7 discrimination policy. Dean T. Gerald Treece, who was unable to attend the com- petition, &a Vé speci...

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South Texas College of Law Annotations Non-Profit Org. U.S. Postage PAID Houston, Texas Permit 8451 Volume X, Number 1 1303 San Jacinto, Houston, Texas 77002 July 1984 Fall tuition increases By Barbara Pusch Editor Tuition is increasing to $145 an hour for Fall Semester in order to pay for 14 new full-time profes- sors, according to Dean Garland R. Walker. The increase in the number of full-time professors was mandated by the Council on Legal Educa- tion of the American Bar Associa- tion, "which is the accreditation agency for law school," the Dean said. r Adjunct professors are not in- cluded in the ABA's count when a student/professor ratio is deter- mined for accreditation purposes. Adjunct professors "are for the enrichment of (the college's) of- ferings," Dean Walker said. With the new professors who will join the faculty in the fall, "the student/faculty ratio is 1 to 23, which does not include ad- ministration," he said. Five of the new faculty members currently are full-time...

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Page 2 ANNOTATIONS - July 1984 Editorial Where do we go from here? STCL's Legal Center is nearly complete. The justices are ensconced at the top of the Tower, the college's administrative staff is functioning more efficiently than ever in its new surroundings, and Dean T. Gerald Treece finally has room enough to stretch his legs. The question is, where do we go from here? Within the coming year, we can anticipate the completion of the final phases of the planned expansion of South Texas College of Law. The current student lounge will be converted into a student computer center, and the lounge will be moved to the Tower. What then? There are three components that play a part in the reputation of any educational institution, including law schools: the quality of its facilities, the quality of its faculty, and the quality of the students it ad- mits and graduates. STCL has excelled in the first two areas. It is doubtful there is a finer facility in the Southwest, and more than a dozen ...

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July 1984 — ANNOTATIONS — Page 3 New adjunct professors join faculty for summer Robert E. Morse, Jr. Dr. George McCall Secrest, Jr. (Dr. Faulk unavailable for photo) Five practicing attorneys joined the faculty of South Texas College of Law as adjunct professors for the summer. Dr. Richard O. Faulk, who is trial counsel for Shell Oil Co., is teaching Procedure I. Dr. Faulk received a B.M. degree from North Texas State University and graduated cum laude from Southern Methodist University School of Law in 1977. During his last year of law school, Dr. Faulk was leading article editor of the Journal of Air Law and Commerce and was named Journal of Air Law and Commerce symposium scholar. Dr. Faulk clerked for Judge Ted Z. Robertson of the Texas Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit in Dallas, then in 1978 joined SMU's faculty as an ad- junct professor. Judge Robert Morse currently is in private prac- tice and teaches Procedure III. Judge Morse has a bachelor's degree in architec- ture fro...

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Page 4 — ANNOTATIONS July 1984 T^taetccaltcf s4tt&uteu at Curriculum from page 1 Grades mean everything Anyone who thinks all those hours of studying are for the pure ac- quisition of knowledge is full of a lot more than the study of law. All that studying is for one thing — grades. Knowledge is merely a by- product, kind of like smoke from a fire. Knowledge is temporary. Grades are forever. Grades can determine your social status, your professional status, and even your financial status. How many $60,000 associates go to the bottom one-third of the class? Your grades mean more to you than your spouse. Spouses can change, grades can't. Between you and me, 1 think grades are an arbitrary method of determining the true self-worth of a person. Then again, everyone with a 70.1 average thinks like that. It seems I always have the right answers, but unfortunately, the professors never have the right questions. Law school has me so upset over tests, I had to study three days before I t...

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