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ALBERT W. ALSCHULER
Assistant Professor of Law
Mr. Alschuler came to Texas this year after having served as law CIctIc to Justice Valter V. Schaefer of the Illinois Supreme Court, from 1965 to 1966. He has an A.B. degree from Harvard University and in 1965 received his LL.B. from Harvard, where he was Case Editor of the Harvard law Review. Admitted to the Illinois Bar, Mr. Alschulcr is presently Reporter for the Revision of the Texas Penal Code. He teaches Criminal law, Contracts, and Sales.
EDWARD WELDON BAILEY
Burleson Professor of Law
Mr. Bailey received his B.A. ( 1920)and LLB.( 1928) from the University of Texas. In 1942, he received an S.J.D. degree from Harvard University. Mr. Bailey was an editor of the Texas law Review and a Chancellor and was awarded the Order of the Coif in 1928. Although his present practice is limited primarily to consultation, he was engaged in private practice from 1928 to 1930 with Callaway and Reed, Dallas. Texas. Then Mr. Bailey joined the faculty here as an associate professor and has since become Burleson Professor of law. He was a member of the State Bar Committee to draft the Business Corporation Act and has written a textbook, Texas tuni’ofWilb. which is now in the course of publication, as well as numerous articles in the law reviews, lie is a member of Phi Delta Phi. His courses include Wills and Estates. Trusts, Commercial law, and Agency.
RICHARD V. BARNDT
Associate Professor of Law
Having graduated from the University of Utah with a B.S.L. (1959) and an LLB. (I960), Mr. Barndtthcn taught at Montana State University (1961). the University of Houston (1962), and the University of Washington (1963). In 1964 he came to Texas as an associate professor. Mr. Barndt is a member of the Utah Bar and has been Academic Advisor to the Legislative Intern Program and is presently a legislative Consultant. A recipient of the Order of the Coif, Mr. Barndt was Kditor-in-Chicf of the Utah law Review. He has written several articles, including "Language and Logic in the law" and "Possible Worlds of Promise," both published in the Texas Law Review. He is on the Faculty Standards and Graduate Committees and teaches courses in Contracts, legislation, and language and Logic.
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