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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

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Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 March 1989

PAGE 12 ANNOTATIONS MARCH 1990 tbmbn BAR REVIEW Dmout LAW w mmmm mm. má MK 11 License to Practice The Supreme Court of the State of Texas acknowledges J. Q. Law Student Having met the requirements of the law and having been accepted by the State Board of Law Examiners is hereby entitled to be licensed as an attorney and counselor at law ': 1111 Fannin, Suite 680 Houston, Texas 77002 (713) 739-9482 1-800-392-5441 in Texas Laura Steelman Head Representative 789-3359

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

(MKMMMHMMMI SOUTH nXAS UW REVIEW Schedule Uproar Proposed Changes Anger Students Editor-in-chief David Wade discusses new GPA require- ments for Law Review in a story on page 7. By GREG CANTRELL ANNOTATIONS Editor Newly-appointed Dean William Wilks has proposed radical changes to the fall class schedule which will require day-time stu- dents to attend classes four days a week if taking a 4- hour course and three days a week if taking a 3-hour course. Night-time classes are affected by the proposed schedule change. On Wednesday, June 14, shortly before ANNOTATIONS copy deadline, more than 40 concerned students angered at the proposed changes met with Dean Wilks to discuss the alteration in> South Texas' flexible class schedule which lends itself to a diverse stu- dent body from a wide variety of social and professional back- grounds - from doctors to single mothers, from those who choose to work or those who have no choice but to work while they attend law school. Students reactio...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

Page 2 ANNOTATIONS JUNE 198? Continued from page 1 ABA requirements. Some faculty members said that they believed the ABA requirements were not man- datory but merely "desireable" and that the school was not under any compulsion to make the change. Several faculty members, who asked to remain anonymous, dis- puted Wilks claims that the ABA accreditation seven years ago involved issues of class scheduling. One faculty member claimed that the main issue of the accreditation in the early 80's concerned the number of adjunct professors and there was no mention of class scheduling. JUNE 14 MEETING Wilks also told students at the . ,, J#l.t € € Uproar June 14 meeting that he would explore the possibility of applying the new class schedule only to incoming, first-year students and that the approach of the new sche- dule would not be fully imple- mented to the entire student body for at least another semester. He gave no assurances that such an approach would be acceptable to the ABA. ANNOT...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

JUNE 1989 ANNOTATIONS PagcS HRS COURSE NUMBER COURSE PROFESSOR MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY 3 3011A Property II Sa Duffy 1 7x15-8x45 7x15-8x45 1 3 301IB Property II Sb Burton 19x50-10:50 9:50-10:50 9x50-10x50 I 3 3011C Property II Sc Hogan 1 2:20-3:20 2x20-3x20 2x20-3:20 1 3 3008A Torts 11 Sa Treece 17:45-9:15 7x45-9x15 1 3 3008B Torts II Sb Ensle 13:30-4:30 3x30-4x30 • 3x30-4x30 1 3 3008C Torts II Sc Rensberger 1 9x50-10x50 9x50-10x50 9x50-10x50 I 3 3124A Procedure 11 Sa Bell 1 5:30-7:00 5x30-7:00 1 3 3124B Procedure 11 Sb Davis 18:40-9:40 8:40-9:40 8:40-9:40 1 3 3124C Procedure 11 Sc E. Carlson 1 3:30-4:30 3:30-4:30 3:30-4:30 1 3 3127A Environmental Law Stuckey 1 7:15-8:45 7:15-8:45 1 3 3129A Securities Regulation Rosin 17:45-9:15 7:45-9:15 1 3 3130A Employment Discrim R. Carlson 17:45-9:15 7:45-9:15 I 3 3135A Bankruptcy Worley 111:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 11:00-12:00 1 3 3140A Estate Plan/Estate Tax Williamson 15:30-7:00 5:30-7:00 I 3 3142A Public Int'l Law Gravi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

Page 4 ANNOTATIONS JUNE 1989 From the Editor's Desk By GREG CANTRELL it New Watch" Begins At Annotations With this edition, a "new watch" begins here at ANNOTATIONS with me, Greg Cantrell as Editor and Jack Rose as Business Manager. I'm a 3-L and Jack is a 2-L. ANNOTATIONS pretty much pays its own way. The school gives us a room but we pay for our typesetting and printing our telephone, and any other expenses, just like a normal publication does - we sell advertisements. That makes Jack Rose's job a critical one. No ads, we don't go to press. So, our first duty is to makesure ANNOTATIONS gets published and gets out to the students. In return, I get a full scholarship and Jack gets a half scholarship. Jack and I were chosen by a special Student Bar Association committee which was headed by past SBA President, and now a graduate of STCL, Jess Branick. I'm not going to tell you that people were knocking down the doors to get these jobs. I think four people applied for the Editor's posi...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

JUNE 1989 ANNOTATIONS PageS Law Review GPA Requirement Going Up By GREG CANTRELL AN NOTATIONS Editor This fall, the grade point average required to be eligible for the STCL Law Review will be increased from the present GPA requirement of 80 to a required GPA of 82, according to Law Review Editor in Chief David G. Wade. Wade said the increase in the requirement was necessary because the law review had grown to such a large size that "effective manage- ment had become a problem." There are 120 members of the review. Wade had no comment on unconfirmed reports that grading standards might be "toughened" by the administration which would reduce the number of stu- dents eligible for law review. Wade, who succeeded Randall J. : Continued from page 1 HIGH PASSAGE RATE The results on the February bar marked one of the highest overall passage rates in recent years. The Board of Law Examiners said the overall passage rate was 78.4 per- cent, approximately four points Ayers as Editor-in-Chief, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

Page 6 ANNOTATIONS JUNE 1989 ■Hi Apology Continued from page 1 ihe ABA rules, for the law school to report him as a Hispanic" Campa said he has been unable to deter- mine what the ABA rules say on the subject. "What was surprising was that never before had he ever, as far as we know, had he (Rosin) ever clas- sified himself, or considered him- self a Hispanic publicly or even privately. So, we believe it was the law schools effort to conveniently find someone on the faculty who they could report as a Hispanic, knowing good and well that the other law schools in Houston al have at least twoHispanics on their faculty," Campa said "and not wanting to seem left out, they found one -- Professor Rosin." GOING TO EXTREMES After discovering that the Administration was "going to such extremes to find a Hispanic, who in our eyes really does not qualify as a Hispanic," Campa said HLSA was invited to appear before a faculty "Self-Study" committee. Appearing before the committee, Campa voiced th...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

JUNE 1989 ANNOTATIONS Page 7 mmm Continued from page 1 issue like this and we hope to do this more in the future so that we can get a feel for what the students are thinking. ANNOTATIONS: What does the SBA plan to do with the informa- tion that you get through the sur- vey on cheating? CLAYTON: This summer what we have been trying to do is formu- late a policy and we have different ideas that we have been working on as far as how we want to handle particular matters, but so far we haven't come up with a solid plat- form that we intend to work on. And we probably won't do that until this fall when the new dean gets here. But probably by then we will have lots of items to discuss with him and hopefully we will be able to back up our positions with empirical data. ANNOTATIONS: Why did the SBA decide to conduct this survey on cheating? CLAYTON: The reason we did this is because we wanted to know for a fact how the student body felt on a whole about the subject of cheating because everyb...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 June 1989

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

Faculty Criticizes Annotations 16 Profs Sign Letter Critical of Paper To the Editor of ANNOTATIONS I completely agree that Annotations can serve a valuable function as "The Student Voice," and I want to congratulate you on your efforts to move the paper in that direction in your first issue. It contained more articles of substance about the school than any other issue I can recall reading. Unfortunately, I cannot congratulate you on the quality of the journalism. If "The Student Voice" is (ping to do nothing but repeat hearsay and anonymous rumor it will contribute little of value to the progress of the school, and may in fact cause considerable harm. This observations is prompted first by your han- dling of the story regarding Professor Rosin's eth- nic designation. It is incredible to me that you would publish such a piece without askingProfes- sor Rosin and someone from the administration, such as Dean Hendrick, to comment and give their version. Instead, the article contained on...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

Page 2 ANNOTATIONS AUGUST 1989 —Annotations Interview McLeod: Reflections On A Political Career Students with an eye toward a political career will be especially interested in McLeod's comments on his own 14 years in politics. ANNOTATIONS believes that the reader will find McLeod's interview frank, funny, and informative. The interview was conducted by ANNOTATIONS Editor Greg Cantrell in late May in McLeod's offices at the Moody Foundation in Galveston. ANNOTATIONS: You certainly have heard the old joke about the state legislature that somebody made a mistake and that instead of meeting every two years for 180 days, what they really meant was that the legislature was supposed to meet for two days every 180 years. Okay, having been there for six years, for three two-year terms, how do you feel about the joke? What's your reaction to the kind of fun that is poked at the legislature? MCLEOD: You know, I believed it before I went up there and I believe it now that the legislation you ge...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

AUGUST 1989 ANNOTATIONS Page 3 McLeod Interview (cont.) Continued from page 2 live, but that's not what I found. I mean, he won so handily, he could afford to be a statesman about it. But that was a fool hearty thing on my part and I had no business getting into it. I had never lost an election in 14 years prior to that and I had always been so cautious, so careful in weighing the possibilities of winning and that onel just jumped into and it showed. My heart wasn't in it. It was good experience, but I would never do it again. ANNOTATIONS: What advice would you give a young person who is thinking about going into politics? MCLEOD: I would advise anyone with brains to get a law degree. Its going to be valuable. But get it when you areyoungand let your parents heipyou. I'dadvisenone of them to do it like I'm doing it. But it's hard to say just what route you should take to get into politics. Some people get elected by doing all the right things, going to the LBJ School, going to law s...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

Page 4 ANNOTATIONS AUGUST 1989 —Letters To The Editor Dear Editor, As your newspaper proposes to express the voice of the student body, I'm taking it upon myself to make known the disappoint- ment a great portion of the student body is harboring regarding the posting of Grades. As of today, July 5th, certain professors, Rensberger, Crump, Ensle, Hughes, have still not turned their grades to the Registrar. 9 weeks is too long to take to grade an exam. It displays a lack of motivation and concern on the part of these staff members for quality education. I suggest these prof.'s take up a profession in which deadlines are irrelevant and people do not depend on them. We pay $200 an hour for this education - at least let us know how we're doing. Thank you A 2L - but maybe a 1L EDITOR'S COMMENT: Look folks, we're already under the gun here at ANNOTATIONS for using an anonymous quote from a faculty member and here we go using an unsigned letter from a student. No telling w hat heat we are g...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

AUGUST 1989 ANNOTATIONS Page 5 Delts Name Officers The South Texas chapter of the International Legal Fraternity Delta Theta Phi recently elected new officers for the 1989-1990 school year. Mike Lemon was elected Dean, Jack Carroll was elected Vice Dean, Fran Zomper remains in the position of Secretary /Treasurer and Carrie Ludlam was selected as Tribune. Additional officers chosen include Holly Fuller and Larry Champion, as Master of the Ritual and Bailiff, respectively. The Delts hosted the first patio party of the summer on May 25th to welcome first semester Freshmen. Over 100 students, faculty and Delt Annotations Announces Fall Publishing Schedule By GREG CANTRELL ANNOTATIONS Editor ANNOTATIONS is pleased to announce its Fall 1989 publish- ing schedule and the deadlines for submitting articles and other information to the newspaper for publication. The newspaper will be published three times this fall on the following dates: September 15 Deadlines for submissions: Sept. 1 Octob...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

Page 6 ANNOTATIONS AUGUST 1989 Health Law C.F. JEB WAIT, M.D. "About 100 miles up the road..." That is the increas- ingly common response heard in rural Texas when someone asks where the nearest doctor or hospital can be found Texas lead the nation last year in the number of hospital clo- sures by losing 17 of its acute care hospitals, or 20% of the total closures across the coun- try, according to the American Hospital Association. It is ironic that in an era of organ transplants and cures for some cancers that some Americans cannot even find treatment for a minor Injury. Yet as medical technology progresses to levels only dreamed of a few years ago, the simplest and most basic medi- cal needs of many people are not being met by our health care system Patients in large cities can virtually always find medical care, whether they are able to pay or not. Whether it is Ben Taub or the Methodist Hospi- tal, there is always health care available. The legislature has even passed legislati...

Publication Title: Annotations
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

AUGUST 1989 ANNOTATIONS Page 7 Honor Code History Continued from page 1 apparently ended in April of this year when new Administration rules superceded the Honor Code, there was only one full-scale, full- blown public trial -- the method by which a student was judged guilty or not gulity under the now, apparently defunct Student Honor Code. Many observers believe that one public trial which was held in 1986 was the beginning of the end of the Honor Code. Or, as ANNOTA- TIONS put it: "What became evident to those who viewed the trial was that there were two trials going on at the same time: one trial to determine the guilt or innocence of the student defendants and another trial to ensure that the Honor Court would not be undermined." Today, if you are tried under the Administra- tion's new rules concerning academic miscon- duct, the proceeding is private and closed to the public. Prior to 1986, most violations of the Student Honor Code were handled in the same manner -- in private, ...

Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 August 1989

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Publication Title: Annotations
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1989

A South Texas College of Law NNOTATION3 VOL. XVIII NO. 3 SEPTEMBER 1989 STCL President Dean William L. Wilks Dean Wilks: i STCL Can Be "All Things To All People" Editor's Note: William L. Wilks assumed the position of President and Dean of the South Texas College of Law in August of this year replacing W.J. Williamson, who served as President and Dean since late 1984. Williamson returned to full-time teach- ing at the college after stepping down from the post of Dean and President of the College. The 57-year-old Wilks, who was a member of the faculty at Dickinson School of Law in Carlisle, at the time of his appointment, also served as dean of that school from 1977 to 1987. Before entering full-time teaching in 1970, Wilks practiced law in his home state, Indiana. Wilks holds a B.A. from Yale University, aJ.D. from the University of Michigan Law school and a LL.M. from the George Washington University National Law Center. The following interview was conducted by ANNO- TATIONS Editor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Annotations — 1 September 1989

Page 2 ANNOTATIONS SEPTEMBER 1989 W ilks Continued from page 1 WILKS: I think, and I'm basing this in part on rumor, that they were worried about the low attrition rate here at the school which existed along with a very liberal admission policy. If you have those two things together, you're going to have people finishing who are going to have trouble with the bar exam, and I think they've tried to correct that basically through a better admissions policy, which is easily done as the quality of the school has grown and you're getting higher quality people applying and more applications. I think there was a concerted effort, probably, to raise the attrition rate a little bit to weed out those people that they don't think are going to pass the bar exam when they get out of school. I don't think we need to do that any longer.... As long as the average is concerned, it doesn't really matter where you put it - whether you put it at 75 as a median or at 80 as a median or at 90 as a median,...

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