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WILLIAM (). HU IE Professor of Law
B.A. 1932, Henderson State Teachers College, Arkansas; LL.B. 1935, University of Texas; S.J.D. 1953, Harvard University. Admitted to practice in Texas in 1935. Practiced with Greenwood, Moody Robertson. Austin, Texas, 1935-36. Assistant Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1936-39; Associate Professor of Law, 1939-16; Professor of Law since 1946; Assistant Dean, 1946-48. Research Fellow, Harvard Law School, 1939-40. Senior Attorney, O.P.A. 1942-43. U. S. Navy 1943-46. Subjects: Marital Rights, Oil and Gas, Trusts.
CORWIN WAGGONER JOHNSON Professor of Law
A.B. 1939, J.D. 1941, University of Iowa; Sterling Fellow, Yale University Law School, 1941 and 1947. Instructor University of Iowa College of Law, 1946-47; Assistant Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1947-49; Associate Professor 1949-54. Professor of Law since 1954. Special Agent F.B.I., 1942-46. Subjects: Real Property, Personal Property, Water Law, Constitutional Law, Texas Land Titles.
GAYNOR KENDALL Lecturer in Law
LL.B. 1932, University of Texas. Admitted to practice, Texas. 1932. Assistant Attorney General of Texas, 1932-35; private practice, Austin, Texas, 1935-14 and since 1946. Member, State Bar of Texas; Travis County Bar Association. U. S. Navy, 1944-46. Subject: Brief Writing and Appclhite Advocacy.
CHARLES TII.FORD McCORMICK Professor of Law
B.A. 1909, University of Texas; LL.B. cum laude. Harvard University, 1912. Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1922-26; Professor of Law, University of North Carolina, 1926-31; Dean, 1927-31; Professor of Law, Northwestern University, 1931-40, 1951; Dean and Professor of law, University of Texas, 1940-49; summer teaching, Cornell, Yale, Chicago, Stanford, University of Washington, Columbia, Harvard. Subjects: Contracts, Federal Procedure. Evidence.
KEITH E. MORRISON Professor of Law
Bethany College, Lindsborg, Kansas, 1927-29; B.A. 1931, University of Kansas, M.S. 1939, University of Wyoming; LL.B. 1948, Yale University. Economist, Agriculture Extension Service, University of Wyoming, 1939-41. Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1948-51; Professor of Law since 1951. U.S. Air Corps and U.S. Army 1942-45. Subjects: Taxation, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law.
WALTER E. OBERER Associate Professor of Law
B.A. 1942, Ohio Wesleyan University; LL.B. 1948, Harvard Law School. Admitted to practice, Michigan, 1949. Private practice. Detroit, 1949-55. Lecturer, part-time, Detroit College of Law, 1952- 5. U.S. Army, 1942-46. Subjects: Criminal Law, Legal Profession, Corporations, Agency and Partnership, Contracts.
WOODROW WILSON PATTERSON Legal Aid Clinic Director
Pre-law, University of Texas: LL.B. 1936, University of Texas School of Law. Admitted to practice in Texas, 1936. Private practice in Austin, Texas. 1936-37. Assistant District Attorney, Travis County, Texas, 1937-41; member of firm of Patterson Patterson since 1941. Member American Bar Association, Travis County Bar Association and State Bar of Texas. Subjects: Legal Aid, Office Practice.
MILLARD HARRINGTON RUDD
Professor of Law
B.S.L. 1942, LL.B. 1947, University of Minnesota. Assistant Professor of Law, University of Texas. 1947-48; Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas. 1948-50; Professor of Law since 1950. President, Minnesota Law Review, 1946-47. Assistant Executive Director. Texas Legislative Council 1950-52. Captain, U.S. Army, World War II. Subjects: Legislation, Agency 6c Partnership, Commercial Law, Local Government.
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