University of Texas School of Law - Peregrinus Yearbook (Austin, TX)

 - Class of 1956

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THOMAS J. GIBSON, III Assistant Dean—Spring Semester B.A. 1939, LL.B. 1948. University of Texas. Assistant Professor ami Associate Librarian, University of Texas School of Law 1954-56. Admitted to practice, Texas 1948. Texas State Librarian. 1952-54. Instructor, University of Texas Law School, 1950-51. Member, Texas Bar Association. U. S. Navy, 1941-46. Subjects: Legal Bibliography. JACK PROCTOR Assistant Dean—Fall Semester B.A. 1948, LL.B. 1949, University of Texas. Admitted to practice in Texas, 19-49. Practiced with Paul Bandy firm. 1949-50. in Wichita Falls. Appointed Administrative Assistant to Dean, University of Texas Law School, 1950; Executive Assistant to the Dean, 1952. Member of Texas State Bar. EDWARD WELDON BAILEY Professor of Law B.A. 1920, LL.B. 1928, University of Texas. S.J.D. 1942. Harvard University. Admitted to practice, Texas, 1928. Practiced with Callaway 6c Reed, Dallas, Texas. 1928-30. Associate Professor of Law, University of Texas, 1930-36; Professor of Law since 1936. Subjects: Private Corporations, Trusts, Future Interests, Wills. LEO C. BLACKSTOCK Professor of Law B.A. 1923, M.B.A. 1925, LL.B. 1933. University of Texas. Admitted to practice, Texas, 1933. U. S. Supreme Court. 1952; U. S. Court of Military Appeals, 1955. Chief Examiner, Cas Utilities Division, Railroad Commission of Texas, 1937-38. Head, Business Administration Department, Trinity University, 1924-25, and Sam Houston State Teachers College, 1925-27; ProfcsiOr of Business Law, University of Texas since 1927; Visiting Professor of Military Law, University of Texas School of Law since 1953. Member, Travis County Bar Association. Col. JAGC, 1940-46. Subjects: Military Law, Legal Accounting. 4

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A B., LL.B., 1931, University of Texas; S.J I).. 1936. Il.irvaid University. Professor of Law sincr 1939 Assistant Dean, University of Texas. 1940-42. Ori leave 1942-45 as Chief Counsel and Price Kxeentise of Petroleum Branch of O.P.A. and as Assistant Chief Counsel of Petroleum Administration for War. Washington. DC. Detn. University of Dkla-School, 1940-49. Dr .in. University of Texas I-aw School since IMft Member. Texas. American. Oklahoma Bar Associations, ami Judicial Council of OklalwNiia Co-editor erf Seasry. Keeton, and Thurston, tarsej on Torts; editor. Cases on Fraud and Mistake Puhlislied articles in several law reviews. Subject; Torts UNIVERSITY Ol I The School of Law Austin 12, Texas Ofitt of th D«an May. 19 6 Letter to the Law Student a: A great law school require aa a minimum a hard-working st .dent body and a capable, energetic faculty working together In a cooperative manner, with such mutual trust, confidence and reaped aa to create a stimulating intellectual atmosphere for both faculty and students •l‘ke a substantial percentage of the atudenta in any law achool are habitually unprepared, are abaent from classes frequently without good reason, and in general are seeking to do only what is absolutely necessary in order to graduate, then the label of greatness can never be properly applied to that school. Likewise, If a substantial percentage of the faculty become satisfied with past accomplishments, show a lack of interest in and concern about the students and their intellectual development, and conduct themselves in such an unfair manner as to lose the respect and confidence of right-thinking students, mediocrity is inevitable. The increasing demand for admission to this Law School makes it imperative that everything reasonably possible be done to limit the privileges of legal training here to those who are conscientious and intellectually curious. Moreover, the increasing financial support, not yet sufficient, makes it more nearly possible to assure a high level performance from the faculty. I have every reason to believe, therefore, that those of you who graduate hereafter will be justified in feeling a sente of pride and accomplishment and that the caliber of legal service in this state will be materially improved. Sincerely, Page Keeton



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ULTY WYLIE H. DAVIS Professor of Law A.B. 1940, LL.R. 1947, Mercer University; LL.M. 1948, Harvard I.aw School. Professor of Law. University of Arkansas School of Law, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 1948-55. Faculty Editor, Arkansas Law Review, 1949-52. Visiting Professor of Law, University of Texas School of Law, 1954-1955; Professor of Law since 1955. Lieut. Cindr. U.S.N'.R. Subjects: Insurance, Commercial Law, Constitutional Law, Administrative Law. JULIUS F. FRANKI Lecturer in Law B.A., LL.B., University of Texas, 1932. Assistant Attorney Ccncral, Austin, 1931-35. Member firm. Hill, Creer Franki, 1935-42; private practice in Austin since 1945. Lecturer, part time. College Business Administration, University of Texas, 1947-48; Lecturer in Law since 1948. Special Assistant, U. S. Ambassador, Santiago. Chile, 1942-44; U. S. State Department, 1945. Author, "Vernon’s Texas Rules of Civil Procedure" and Supplements. Subjects: Civil Procedure and Practice. WILLIAM F. FRITZ Associate Professor of Law B.A. 1935. M.A. 1938, LL.B. 1946, University of Texas. Admitted to practice, Texas. 1946. Assistant Professor of Law, University of Texas School of Law, 1946-49. Sterling Fellow, Yale Law School, 1949-50. Summer faculty, Vanderbilt University, 1953; Summer Faculty, Rutgers, 1954. U. S. Army 1942-44. Member Texas State Bar Association. Subjects: Real Property, Damages. E. ERNEST GOLDSTEIN Associate Professor of Law B.A. 1939, Amherst College; LL.B. 1947, Georgetown University; SJD. 1956, University of Wisconsin. Carnegie Fellow, University of Wisconsin, 1955. General Counsel Committee of the Judiciary, U. S. House of Representatives. 1950-52. Member, District of Columbia Bar. Army Security Agency, 1942-46. Subjects: Government Regulation of Competition, International Law, International Trade Problems, Property. 5

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