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VOLUME 361986 PEREGRINUS STAFF
J. CHRIS LUNA JERRY R. THOMPSON
Editor-in-Chief Assistant General Manager
ANDREW C. FRIEDMANN C. DEWAYNE BEVIL
Associate Editor Peregrinus Supervisor
MICHELLE ROBBERSON MARY K. OTTING
Assistant Editor Yearbook Assistant
CASEY DOBSON STEVEN PUMPHREY
BARRY OSBORNE Photography Supervisor
ELAINE ROMBERG DOUG LAYTON
Contributors PERCY MACLEAN
Legend of Peregrinus
The Peregrinus, the patron saint of the law school, was born from a class room antic in 1900. Judge W. S. Simkins. having lectured in his Equity class on the Roman system of traveling judges called “Praetors Peregrinus." asked a hapless student to explain the previous discussion. When the student could only respond, "Judge. I don't know, unless it was some kind of animal." a fellow classmate furthered his misery with a blackboard caricature of a "peregrinus."
This hybrid beast of Equity evolved with traditional meanings given to its physical features. The sharp beak penetrates the mysteries of the law. the arched back can spring forward to protect justice, and the hindquarters are those of a dog as a man's best friend. The feet are clad in boxing gloves to show the power of the law and worker's boots with a lone star to symbolize legal protection accorded the common man. The bushy tail is poised to clear away technicalities so that equity prevails.
After 86 years of guiding law students, the peregrinus remains our traditional symbol To return the favor, this publication has earned his name since 1949.
A — PeregrinusCONTENTS
Dedication Introduction Activities Organizations Faculty Staff
Joe Jamail Speaks Out 138
Whatever Happened to 140
Our Comic Past 142
Editor's Page 143
Salute to W. W. Gibson 144
The 1986 Peregnnus thanks Laura Luna. Laura designed the cover and the headline graphics used in this year s book. Thanks.
Coments— 5The 1986 Peregrmus Is Dedicated To
JOSEPH D. JAMAIL
BA.. 1950. J.D.. 1953;
The University of Texas at Austin
6 — DedicationThe largest jury verdict in the history of law: that is how Joseph D. Jamail. lead counsel for Pennzoil. made international headlines when a jury in Houston announced a $10.53 billion damage judgement against Texaco. Inc. in November Jamail. partner in the Houston firm of Jamail and Kolius. is also famous in tort aw circles for representing a client who received the largest cash award in the history of tort aw. Coa s v. Remington Arms. He has been lead counsel in more than 60 personal injury cases where the recovery exceeded $1 million by either
verdict or settlement.
Jamail received both his bachelors degree and his aw degree from the University of Texas. He was born in Houston in 1925. and he returned there upon his graduation from the UT School of Law in 1953 In addition to belonging to the usual trial and bar associations. Jamail belongs to several selective and prestigious groups. His memberships include:
Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers
Fellow of the International Academy of
Inner Circle of Advocates
Advocate. American Board of Trial Advocates
Fellow of the International Society of Barristers
Fellow of the International Academy of Law and Science
Fellow of the Council of Law and Science
It is a pleasure and an honor to dedicate the 1986 Peregrmus to a person who embodies the spirit that al attorneys should have: Mr Joseph D. Jamail.
BY STEPHEN J. ADLER
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Nothing went right for Texaco in its -'A $10.53 billion loss to Pennzoil: Texaco witnesses and lawyers made mistakes. the judge wmte a jury chaigc plainly sympathetic to Pcnn .oil-and the jurors misunderstood a crucial concept.
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abov Pcnn,Z0‘' ludgmcnl. Jamaii has been fealured in the Wa»' Slrccl Journal. Time. Texas Monthly. Busncss Week. Forlune. and U.S News and World Reports
photo highlights articles lhai appeared in ihc fhc Amcrcan Lawyer
Indication — 7
I remember sneaking
into the law school when I was an undergraduate. Everyone was so mature and so serious and so important. I didn't know what the Texas Law Review was. I didn't know if an 80 average was good or bad. I had never heard of Vinson Elkins All I knew was that I wanted to be a member of that elite group of priests up on the hill more than anything.
And my turn came.
I learned what the Texas Lav Review was ... and wasn't I learned what an 80 average meant. And I heard the names of Vinson Elkins and Fulbright Jaworski echo through the crowded halls.
TEXAS LAW REVIEW
8 — Introduction
And I learned about the law
They told me that I was being taught to think like a lawyer as they harassed me and belittled me in front of my classmates. I think they were teaching me to think like a professor. Professors aren’t real lawyers, are they9 But I learned much more than the law I learned that real success isn't easy. The victories that used to come so effortlessly when I was younger eluded me. And the little paper stars that those people chased were so important.
Excellence was difficult And the painful defeats that always seemed to befall those nameless, faceless others that I had sped by on my fast track to a career began catching up with me. This couldn't be what life is like.
Introduction — 9But now it’s all over
And I'm not bright-eyed and naive anymore. I’ve been humiliated. I've been stepped on and overlooked. I've been made angry and confused and sometimes bitter. But I've developed more self-confidence and more determination than I've ever had in my life.
I've given three of what are supposed to be the best years of my life to the law school. It hasn't made me happy ... but it’s made me an adult.
•A Law Student
10 — IniroducitonACTIVITIESThe Faiita Fest is (he main fundraiser (or the C I S A and a popular and success! ul event each year
12 — Fajita FcstSHEFFIELD
U E S T
Dean Mark G Yudol pays tribute to the late Mrs. Sheffield in a ceremony honoring her memory.
Alice Jean Sheffield ('18) generous patron of higher education, bequeathed $3.5 million to the Law School. A substantial portion of this gift will assist professors in taking research leaves.
On November 1, 1985. the Law School held a ceremony in honor of Mrs. Sheffield, formally accepting the bequest and dedicating the Sheffield Room (formerly the Deans Reception Room) to her memory.
Mrs. Sheffield had already established the Earl E. Sheffield Professorship and many scholarships at the Law School, as well as several scholarships at the Lon Morris Junior College.
An honorary member of the Order of the Coif, Mrs. Sheffield worked as lawyer for the Gulf Corporation until her retirement.
She was born December 8, 1896, in Palestine. Texas, and resided in Houston for more than seventy years before dying there on December 10. 1984.
Following the dedication ceremony, a translomed lobby provided the locate lor a delightful bullet reception Renamed m her honor, the Sheffield Room now includes th«s portrait ol Mrs. Shelfieid next to a picture ol her late husband.
Sheffield Request — 13SPEAKER
Hon Patrick rtggenbotham. Circuit Judge for the U S Court of Appeals tor the Hon Sandra Day O'Connor. Associate Justice of the U S. Supreme Court Fifth Circuit
14 — SpeakersOougL ytonPr o»»
An important part of interviewing is dong research on the firm us ng the law firm resume libraryMOOT
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Moot Court Winners
T. J. Gibson Moot Court, Fall 1985
Winners: Charles Stanfield. Roger Mandel Finalists: Leslie Clark. T. J. Spring Best Brief. Robert George. Mike Shutt
National Moot Court Team, 1985-86
Mark Kolitz John Cracken Larry Wilson
International Moot Court Team, 1985-86
Greg Pavlick Lisa Bounds Harwell Saundna Chase Bill Mange Alan Waldrop
Patent Moot Court Team, 1985-86
Leslie Clark Russ Stolle
Benton Moot Court Team, 1985-86
Paul Browder James Snell Jeff Bragalone
A.B.A. Moot Court Team, 1985-86
John Cracken Leslie Clark Beth Collum Jeff Bragalone Charles Stanfield Alan Waldrop
16 — Moot CourtM O C
Mock Trial Winners
W. Page Keeton Senior Mock Trial, Fall 1985
Winners. Mark Mai, Tom Hayes Finalists Rob Dollars, Don Schauer
Albert P. Jones Novice Mock Trial, Fall 1985
Winners: Vicki Rowan, Larry Wilson Finalists: Robert Levy, Steve Rudner
National Mock Trial Team, 1985-86
Tracy Walters Russ Horton Rob Dollars Mark Mai Don Schauer Tom Hayes
A.T.L.A. Mock Trial Team, 1985-86
Larry Wilson Gavin Mclnnis John Cracken Vicki Rowan
A.B.A. Negotiation Team, 1985-86
Mynde Fisen Clark Lyda
Grambling Mounce Client Counseling Competition, Spring 1986
Winners: All Gallagher. Carole Riggs Finalists. James Dyer, Ana Marsland Finalists: Luther Rollins. Jr.. Laura Lyle
Mock Trial — 17F A L
On Friday. October 25. the S B A. sponsored "Fall Drunk" 1985 This annual costume party has been for many years the highlight of the Fall Semester at the Lav School The music of the "Austin AH Stars" accompanied the revelry which took p’ace in the Texas Union Ballroom.
Julie Alger. The S B.A. coordinator for the "Drunk", and other members of the S B.A put a lot of time and consideration into its planning The "Fall Drunk" t-shirts were a big success; over 250 were sold before and after the party Alger at tributed their popularity to the logo, patterned after that of the well-known ' Hard Rock Cafe " The S.8.A. was especially busy the night before the party, when they deposited 1000 "Fall Drunk" balloons in the halls and classrooms of the Law School This not-so subtle form of advertising paid off: the S B.A estimated that more than 700 peop'e attended the event.
The S.B.A. offered law students added incentive to set aside their books This year there were two grand prizes: a Bar Bri and a Fmklestein bar review course, worth over $500 each These prizes went
to the best individual male and female costumes. The female grand prize winner dressed as "Elvira " The male grand prize winner dressed as the Egyptian airliner which carried the Achile Lauro terrorists He was accompanied by two American fighter jets, who won free t-shirts as best group costume S.B.A. president, Mark Mai awarded the prizes as master of ceremonies Other notabie costumes were: Jolly Green Giant and Little Sprout. Gumby. a trio of monks and a partially unwrapped mummy Of course, there was the traditional appearance of Janet Stockard and Don Johnson in various forms.
According to Alger. "Fall Drunk" 1985 was a success, especially as compared to years past. A final note: the S.B.A. used some of its own funds to provide a taxi to transport students who were "legally unfit" to drive home Students kept the driver busy for more than three hours!
The photos on the following pages show the variety of costumes that were worn to the "Fall Drunk".
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18 —Fall DrunkFall Drunk — 19E E K
The 18th Annual W Page Keeton Law Week was March 12-20. Law Week is a week of activities that include the now famous Race Judicata. Hildebrand Moot Court Competition Finals, distinguished speakers, student receptions, numerous athletic and intellectual competitions, and of course. Assault and Flattery.
Law Week was originally a one-day event, but in 1969 was expanded to a one-week affair and named in honor of Dean W Page Keeton Each year the event is dedicated to someone who has served the Law School or the legal community at large. This year Law Week was dedicated to Dean W. W. Gibson, who is resigning as Associate Dean This year's activities are quite interesting and certain to provoke widespread student participation.
Race AxLcata is one ol the most popular Law Week events Both faculty and students participate in the 2.6 Law Week awa'ds is another important aspect of mile fun run. Law Week The awards recognizes marry deserv-
ing students for their academe and extract-ncular contributions to the law school
Schedule of Law Week Events
Address by Ralph Nader — Wednesday. March 12.
Assault Flattery — Thursday-Saturday. March 13-15 Race Judicata — Thursday. March 13,3:30 p.m
Bar-B-Que honoring Dean Keeton
Golf Tournament— Friday. March 14. Student Reception honoring Dean W. W. Gibson — Monday. March 17.
Student Organizations’ Open House
— Tuesday. March 18.1-4 p.m. Keynote Address by Joe Jamail —
Wednesday, March 19.
Hildebrand Moot Court Competition Finals — Thursday. March 20.
T. J. Gibson Law Week Awards Ceremony, Athletic and Intellectual Competitions.
Law Week — 21V
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The S.B.A sponsored a "Putting on the Rilz" dance on February 15, 1986 The semi-formal event was held at the Stephen F. Austin Hotel in downtown Austin. The ballroom was turned into a festive location as many party-goers celebrated Valentine's Day. The S.B.A had a cash bar and hired a D J who provided an incentive for party guests to come to the party when it began by providing an open bar from 9 CO to 10:00. S.B.A coordinator. Deece Eickstein, estimates that over 200 people attended and said that "a good time was had by all."
These photos indicate that Deece was right. Let's hope that this dance becomes an annual event Photos by Carlos Moreno.
— Elaine Romberg
22 — Valentine DanceValentine Dance — 23Tod Lawrence Adamson Kenneth Lee Babcock Kathleen E Bagwell Russell Freeman Baker Walter Andrew Baker Margaret Mary Baldwin Vicki Ann Ballou Robert Charles Beasley Kay Stephan e Behrens Robert Michael Bellomy Ann Louise Benolken Jo Anne Bernal Melanie Virginia Best Robert Forrest Biard David Ernest Boelzner Karen Patton Bogle John Randall Boomer Kenneth John Bower Christopher John Brelje Gaye Lynn Brewer Margot Veronica Bnto Karen Anne Brock Paul Kenton Browder
MAY AND AUGUST 1986
Anthony Wayne Brown Thomas Elzie Brown Frank Wingfield Bryan Janet Elizabeth Burnett Thomas E Burttschell John Stephen Carow Robert Todd Carpenter Virginia Ann Chaffee Douglas B. Chappell Elizabeth Ty Chmg Mary Catherine Clayton Gary Allan Cobb Derrell Anthony Coleman James Dale Cooke Paul Matthew Crane Lamar Cravens Carol D ane Crawford Joe Wayne Crawford Thad Thano Dameris Pedro Antonio Diaz Douglas Deloss Dodds Barbara Wade Dody Lee Ann Donley
James Franklin Donnell Fernando Ambal Dubove Michele Ann Dunkerley Elizabeth Ellen Dunn Patrick Will am Duval Anglea Michelle Eaves David Loren Ellerbe Stephen Gil Ellison Pablo Escamilla Jr. Marcia Newlands Fero Arley Dewitt Finley II Timothy Francis Foarde Darrell Glenn Ford Julia P. Forrester Gray Gibson Fullerton Joe Garcia Jr.
Dennis Ray Garza Graciela G. Garza Dav.d Reginald Gavia Timothy Eugene Gehl Chad Taylor Goetz Anna Nellie Gonzalez Lydia Gonzalez
Pamela Sue Gourley Joy Sharon Gray Esther Lidia Hajdar Charles Rex Han Jr. Ronald Earl Handy Amy Elizabeth Harren Carol Ruth Helliker Michael Richard Hemer David Barton Hendricks Carlos G. Hermosillo Myron Joesph Hess Alison Ann Helger Roberto Reyes Hopkins Joseph Horn William H. Hornberger Gregory Lee Housew rth Jayne Abbye Jerkins Sherri Anne Jones Reba Bennett Kennedy Allan Geoffry King William Brand Kingman Ann Elizabeth Kitchen Mark Henry Klemman
24 Sunflower CeremonyGRADUATES NOT PHOTOGRAPHED
Mark Richard Kolitz Timothy Robert Labadie Timothy Lee L.afrey Susan Elizabeth Lane Stephen Edgar Langsdorf James Wheeler Larue Roberts. M. Lawrence Royal Baird Lea Larry Alan Levick Becky Joy Liken Constance Belle l.inbeck Elaine Am Makris Douglas Edward Martin Adan Martinez Karen Kay Maston Nancy Ellen McCluskey ftchard Kelly McGee Mary McKay Melanie McKittnck Joseph Victor McWherter Thomas M. Melsheimer Robert Alan Merrill ftatricia Michels Kimberley Mickelson
' Robert Marshall Miller William Darrell Miller Michael Menze Miner Cynthia Ann Moore Michael Dean Moore Alia Moses
Thomas Joseph Murphy Beth Elaine Nanninga James Edward Nichols Thomas Chandle Nielson Sam Steven Nieto Guillermo Ochoa Cronfel David Lyle Parker Karen Harder Pennington Arthur Lee Pertiie Alan Peter Petrov Marissa Flores Polanco Maria Anita Powell Donald Lewis Powers Patricia Ann Presley David Lacy Pybus Hilda Elena Quesada Mano Ramirez Stephen C. Rasch
James Alan Reed Rayford Eugene Reed Darla David Reid Ruth Louise Rickard Elizabeth V. Rodd Jr. James Armin Rodman James Alan Rosen Hollis Anne Rowley David Grayson Runnels Jaime Arturo Saenz Larry Norman Sanders Jr. Royce Scott David Brian Shoemaker Rebecca Anne Siegel Regan Wayne Silber Tim Norton Sims Jeffrey Scott Slack Barbara Smith Larry Boyd Smith Jr. Leonard Smith Scott Courtney Smith Steven Martell Smith Youel Curtis Smith III James M Spellings Jr.
Barbara JeanSpezia Jeffrey Edward Spiers Jay Dale Squiers Mark Alexander Srere Jeffrey Albert St. Clair Derrick Anthony Strahom Thea Lynn Stuck Arvmd Jewett Sudarshan Robyn Lynn Sutton Robert Adren Swearmggen John Edward Tarbox Mark Allen Thielman Casey Richard Triggs Otto Hans Van Maerssen Rodolfo Max Vasquez Carlos A. Villarreal Colette Denise Walker Kenneth Steven Wall Nathan Allan Wesely Darryl Mark Wexler Marshall Reed Wilkerson Stephen Allen Wood David Farrington Yates
Sunflower (.'crcmony— 25Assault Flattery was the law school's annual comedy review. The show featured student actors, singers, dancers, and musicians, all of whom performed material written and choreographed by the students. Assault Flattery took its theme each year from a musical production in legitimate theater or in motion pictures; this year the show's theme was "Rocky Lawyer Picture Show". The show was held March 13,14, and 15 in the law school auditorium.
1986 PLAY LIST
He Can Pass The Bar Law School Days Respect Battle Scene Cheers
Gunners Anonymous Soul'd Out The Freshlaw Take Me
.We Know The Law
Chnstia Cooke, Director. and Andy Black, Music Director, discuss the musical aspect of the show Toad Wong and Jult Alger look on.
One ot tast year’s most popular stars was Professor David Robertson sng«g "The Ballad of Jim Mattox".
26 — Assault FlatteryORGANIZATIONS
Organizations — 27First Row, Sheila Sievin. Beth Dunn, Traci Bransford. Elizabeth Horan Jayne Waldrop, Michael Olvera Third Row: Anthony Brown. Remta D King Peter Jerkins Second Row, Forrest Lumpkin. Jerome Y. Roache. Lisa Dorneli, Alan D'Apice. Stephon E. Johnson. Vincent L. Dulweber. Mark A. Smith.
The American Journal of Criminal Law published three times a year and had the second largest circulation of all UT Law School periodicals Within the United States, the AJCL had a national reputation among lawyers, jurists and scholars. It had been cited by courts on both the state and federal levels. The journal
received substantial support from faculty submissions as well as a number of submissions from practitioners and pro fessors across the country Student members were encouraged to develop their writing and research skills through composition of notes and comments of legal significance.
28 — American Journal of Criminal LawThe Cast and Crew ot the 1986 Show
Prediction staff: First Row: James Stockard. Nancy Shaw. Sheila Slevin, Marc Taubenfeld Second Row:
Wilson. Don Schauer. Chnstia Cooke.
One of the most popular events of the spring semester each year is Assault Flattery, a satiric comedy about the law school and the legal profession, produced and directed through the collective creative genius of students and professors. Scripts and music are solicited from the student body to be linked — sometimes tenuously — with a chosen theme. This year's theme was "Rocky Lawyer Picture Show.'
The 1985-86 production staff was: Christia Cooke, Sheila Slevin, Don Schauer, Nancy Shaw. William Osborn. Kathy Wilson, Marc Taubenfeld, Fred Garrett, and Jaime Stockard.
Assault Flattery — 29First Row: Todd T. Wong. Tracy L Waters. A»an Waldrop. Ross Horton, Tom Gary Halbert. Rruce Poddy. Third Row: Belh CoUum Rob Dollars. Hays. Melody Cooper, Dan Hu. Sauodda R. Chase Second Row: Jeff Conner Randy Pulrran. Scott MacLaren. David Kap an. Bruce S. Feaster.
Don Schauer. Charles Stanfield, Roger Wandef. Richard Alpert. Paul Heard.
The Board of Advocates was an honorary organization whose purpose was the encouragement of oral advocacy and brief writing skills through moot court, mock trial, and other programs involving advocacy. As early as 1949, the Board of Managers administered the Hildebrand Competition. By 1962, the group was known as the Moot Court Board, and in the early 1970s, the name was changed to the Board of Advocates, when activities of the organization extended beyond Moot Court.
Membership was offered to students who accumulated the required number of
competition points, earned by participation in advocacy programs, and administrative points, earned by performance of duties for the organization. Most competitions are open to all law students.
The B O A administered competitions, sponsored teams and recognized outstanding performances. Additionally, the Board was responsible for handling duties of the Permanent Secretary to the Order of the Barristers, a national organization comprised of the outstanding students of advocacy selected by over 100 member law schools.
30 — Board of AdvocatesOfficers: First Row: Saundria Chase, Tracy Walters. Gil Reav s. Tom Hayes. Randy Pulman. Second Row: Sandra Helms. Bruce Feaster. Richard Alpert, Jay heteon
GCAottcers uti zo their temvnal to update records, write the competition packets and edit briefs, and for
All competition winners receive plaques to recognize their achievement. The above photo is of the dent counseling competition winners.
Board of Advocates — 31C H A
The Chancellors established in 1912, was the highest honorary society at the Law School The purpose of the Chancellors was to honor and reward those students who through outstanding and consistent scholarship and achievement. have shown themselves most likely to succeed and become a credit to their profession and their alma mater Eligible for membership in each spring and fall semester were students who were not already members possessing the highest scholastic grade point averages and who have completed 42 semester hours of law school work
Officers were selected strictly on the basis of their grades at the time of selection The spring 1985 officers were: Grand Chancellor John Leggett, Vice Chancellor Julia Forrester, Clerk David Shoemaker, Keeper of the Peregrinus Charles Sweet, and Chancellors at Large Jennifer Lipin-ski. Jeff Alexander. Don Steele, and Russell Manning.
The fall 1985 officers were: Grand Chancellor Jamie Spellings. Vice Chancellor Edward Molter, Clerk Jim Boeckman, Keeper of the Peregrinus John Williams, and Chancellors at Large Jeff Bromme. Tom Melsheimer Allan King, Michael Diel. John Lewis and Karen Patton.
Fall 1985: First Row: Michael Diehl, A an G. King. Karen Patton Bogle. Second Row: Edward K Molter. Thomas M Melsheimer. Jeff Bromme
Spring 1985: First Row: John W. Leggett. Jeff Aexander. Jennifer Knauth Lipinski Second RowiOooad W Stcete, Russell Manning. Charles A Sweet, David B Shoemaker
32 — ChancellorsC H I C A N O
L A W
First Row: Charlie Akins. Albert Navarro. Dennis Garza. Alia Moses. Abcia Viltar Acosta. Ruben v Casleneda. Roger A Perez. Veronica Carmona. Pascuai real Second Row: John Scarpmo. Jo Anne Bernal. Joseph Barrientos. Sylvia F. Madrigal. Brian Qumtero
The Chicano Law Students Association (ChLSA). organized in 1973. is committed to assisting Chicano law students in ob-tamng a first-class legal education The goals of ChLSA focus on the recruitment and retention of minority law students. In addition to working with Project Info to recruit applicants to the law school. ChLSA members also take an assertive
role in assisting Chicano law students in adjusting to law school. Financial aid information, peer tutoring services and a support network are a few means used to achieve thrs goal Membership is open to currently enrolled law students.
This year. ChLSA conducted the tenth annual fajita fest fundraiser, conducted
freshlaw mock exams, and held its annual spring banquet. In addition, the ChLSA assisted in opening the East End Legal Clinic. Students volunteer and work with Austin hispanic lawyers that also volunteer ChLSA also sponsored the Minority Law Student Conference, which was held in the spring.
Feasting on Fajitas
The tenth annual fajita fest was held on September 20. 1985. This photo is from the first fajita fest that was sponsored by ChLSA. The first fajita fest was held in Eastwoods Park This year, the fest was held on the East Patio of the Law School. Over 800 pounds of meat were cooked to serve over 1000 hungry people. All of the proceeds went to the Janie Villarreal Scholarship fund.
Chicano Law Students Association — 33DELTA
First Row: Jim Run. John Stern. Am Goodiet. Jett Drummond. Kaiiy Kruger. Elizabeth Horan. Jerry Wurst. Catherine Bernhard. J n Masek, Carolyn Ahrens. Karen Pennington, Marsha Houston Second Row: Steve Simmons. James Snell. John Symington. Karen Hackler, Randy Reed, Mark Alvarado. Bill Juvrud
Ted Applewhite Third Row: Barbara StanstiekJ. Craig Rogers Not Pictured: Lori Bndseil, Carla Charlton. Maggie Giitner. Mike Watts. Kay Knowles. Jacob Chemer, Drew Cloutier
Delta Theta Phi was an internationa professional fraternity comprised of over 80,000 alumni and students, from Iceland to Hawaii. Members were eligible for consideration for student loans from the Delta Theta Phi Foundation, Inc., and the Sam Houston Senate Program. The organization also offered placement assistance in cooperation with alumni contacts and the Regional Placement Coordinator.
Delta Theta Phi was a socially oriented fraternity, providing several social and academic functions throughout the school year and creating many opportunities for social and academic interaction between law students.
In 1985-86, Delta Theta Phi continued its tradition of hosting several great parties In addition, the local senate participates in the national activities, including the bi-annual convention.
34 — Delta Theta PhiFirst Row: Bruco Barron, Joanne Kildulf. Joe Goto. David Giles. Second Row: James R. Snell, Jonathan W Needto. Mary Fcjfar Peg Donahue. Burgess
Roger Borgclt, Steve Strcklin. Freddie Hernandez. Pat Pcarlman Third Row: Jackson.D Ann Johnson
The Environmental and Natural Resources Law Society (ENRLS) was organized in the fall of 1982. and grew to over 50 members The club's purpose was to increase awareness about environmental and natural resources issues and to provide beneficial experiences for students interested in pursuing careers in the area of environmental and natural resources lav . Membership is open to all law students.
In 1985-86, the club continued its successful aluminum can and paper recycling programs. The club also sponsored several campus speakers and conducted numerous social events.
Environmental and Natural Resources Law Society — 35F
The Fedora Club, a national society which first appeared on the UT legal scene in 1946. was once again an active part of UT law. It seemed the club had successfully rebounded from the scandal which surrounded its 1969 crowning of Miss Pillbox during the halftime of the East-West Shrine game "We've been through a heck of a lot." said A. W.. president of the rebuilt club, when asked about his club's resurgence "I mean, considering what happened in 1969,1 didn't think the national foundation would ever give us another chance I just hope we can make them proud "
A.W. does not have to worry Thomas Landry, founder and national president recently praised the Texas chapter "I have a good feeling about those guys down in Austin They wear their hats well I like their style "
Whether the club could ever achieve the power and prestige it once had was unclear However, the success of its recent trip to Mexico City to meet with the Sombrero Club was encouraging.
"I wouldn't have joined the club if I didn't think it was going places,” said J.R., the club's member. "I just want everyone to know that we're back and we re ready to serve Move over Law Review we're comm' at cha!"
"Just remember the old saying," added A W., "the defeated ones become the rebels."
A W . President. J R. Member
36 — Fedora Club
The Fedora Club symbolFirst Row: Jay Westbrook Second Row: Joyce-Mane Garay. Andy Black. Bfi Buchsbaum. Lauri J. Schnedau. Third Row: Marc Tauberfeld, Davd Giles. Nancy Adamson. Dana Emmert Fourth Row: Jennifer Wimpey, Guillermo Alarcon. Jon Hall. Michael Tucker. Patrc-a Alvarez Fifth Row: Ed Riquelmy, Geoflrey
Officers: Frst Row: Lauri J Schneidau. Dana Emmert. Patricia Alvarez. Jennifer Wimpey Second Row: Ed Riquelmy. Mark Friedman, Marc Taubenfeld Not Pictured: James Masek. Mary Wasiak.
Connor. Susan Strawn. Sixth Row: James Masek. Johnny Sutton. Ho y Barnett Seventh Row: Kurt Gruber. Mark Friedman. .James Von Atzngen. Bruce Barron. Eighth Row: Lance Price. Karyn Lee. Loye Young. Freddie Hernandez. • Pat
The International Law Society (ILS) sought to provide a place for students who wish to expand their knowledge of the international aspects of legal practice.
Activities aimed at augmenting both the education of students by sponsoring speakers, round table, and language groups, and the direct involvement of students with professionals through active participation in a variety of events.
In addition, ILS played host to the MCL students, who came from various countries. to study at the law school each year.
ILS numbered over 80 students, and all students were encouraged to join. Professor Jay Westbrook was the faculty sponsor
International Law Society — 37LEGAL
First Row: Bill Bingham, Willwr Hornberger. Paul GimtKZ. Cicely Nedd. Rebec- Wagner. James Masek ca Fox. Gary Halbert. Second Row: Cyndi Moore. Melody Cooper. Hulse
The L.R.B. was founded in 1961 and was one of the oldest student-run legal research organizations in the United States. Members of the L.R.B. researched and wrote memoranda of law for practicing attorneys throughout the country. While the L.R.B. provided a valuable service to the bar, its primary purpose was to refine the research and writing skills of its members by affording them an opportunity to address legal problems and to consult with practicing attorneys. L.R B members enjoyed the added in-
centive of being paid for their efforts.
Invitations to membership were extended on two bases: outstanding performance in the first year Legal Research and Writing class, as evidenced by receipt of the highest grade in that class, or submission of a superior memorandum of law during the L.R.B candidacy program. Each semester, a member was required to write one memorandum and check the substantive accuracy and cite form of another.
38 — Legal Research BoardOfficers: First Row: Hulse Wagner. Cicely Ncdd. Jim Larue. Ann Kitchen. Second Row: Bill Bingham, Willie Hornberger.
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Legal Research Board members often research arxl dscuss lhe r projects in the L R.B. offices.
Legal Research Board — 39
LAW AND TECHNOLOGY SOCIETY
First Row. Steve Simmons. Tim Fussetman. John Shepperd Second Row. Mark Batchelder. Melinda Patterson. Karen Pennington. James R. Snell. Robert Don Lohbeck.
In the fall of 1984, several interested students banned together to form an organization recognizing the interaction of law and technology. During that semester the Society concentrated on orchestrating activities for the spring. Plans included hosting speakers, recruiting new members, raising funds and making arrangements to sponsor a conference. Professor McGarity served as faculty advisor.
40 — l.aw and Technology SocietyFirst Row: D'Ann Johnson, Tom Reed®'. Roger Williams, Kathleen Engel. Michael Wyatt, Rick Word Second Row: Norma Comdreau. Tom Stanton. Stephen S Willis, J. R. Barrett, Ch'tstopher Daniels. Scott Clearmon.
The National Lawyers Guild worked for social justice across the economic and political spectrum. As might be expected from such a broad undertaking, the Guild was involved in myriad different fields, yet the projects in each are bound by the common goal of helping those groups and individuals who found themselves excluded from legal assistance by social or economic barriers.
The Guild consisted of lawyers, law students, legal workers and jailhouse lawyers. In addition to corresponding with prisoners, giving them assistance in drafting writs of habeas corpus and referring them to attorneys in town for help, the Guild sponsored seminars on topics as varied as immigration, mental health
and alternative practices of law. Speakers at these seminars included Professor Soto of the Law School and Jim Harrington of the Texas ACLU.
Over the past 40 years, the Guild's numerous committees have worked to provide legal assistance to movements for civil rights, racial and sexual equality, worker s rights, economic security, peace and disarmament. During the last ten years, the Summer Projects Committee has sent over 300 interns to work on projects from Florida to Washington. These projects helped progressive community and legal organizations meet the needs, legal and otherwise, of the people they served.
National Lawyers Guild — 41First Row: KeMn Barnes. Vicky Garda. Judy Qadim'as i. Jem fer Gehrt. Carole Mdnnis. Oscar Maldonado. Dwayne Hitt. Jean T Janssen. W James Jones Riggs. Letitia Johnson. Laura Laviotette Second Row: Jamie King. Jeff Third Row: Wade Welch.
Bragatone. Roger Borgeit. Paul C Beite IV. Usa Neumann. Brian Cassidy, Gavin
Phi Alpha Delta is the world's largest international professional law fraternity with 168 chapters throughout the United States. Puerto Rico, Canada and Mexico. PAD was the first all-male legal fraternity to admit women and to remove the "Caucasian-only” clauses from its membership requirements. The benefits and prestige of being a PAD member continued long after graduation from law school. Alumni chapters were found throughout the United States and members gathered regularly for social and professional functions. Previous and
current members of PAD included Justice Tom C Clark, Justice William Douglas, Chief Justice Warren Burger, Senator Edward Kennedy and ex-Vice Presidential candidate Geraldine Ferraro.
Some of the scheduled projects for the 1985-86 school year were publishing the student directory, assisting with the Fal Sunflower Ceremony, publishing the school calendar, raising funds for the T. J Gibson scholarship program and. last bu not least, sponsoring social events anc parties.
42 — Phi Alpha DellaOfficers: First Row: Laura Laviolette. Carole Riggs. Second Row: Oscar Maldonadodo, W James Jonas. Kelvin Barnes.
Raymond judice. Bob Gammage. and James Jonas discuss the P.A D. initiation wt»ch was heid at the Texas Supreme Court.
Phi Alpha Delta — 43PHI DELTA PHI
First Row: Cheryl Eisen, Sarah P:erce, Ron Ingalls. Second Row: Jorge Warner. W llier Homberger, Mark Mai. Robert Levy. Dan Hu. John O'Herren. BII Freeland. Hulse Wagner. Melody Cooper. M chetle McFaddm. Lillian Flurry. Lin- Buchsbaum. Bnan Woram me Freeman. Forrest Lumpk n. Jack Fraudman. Third Row: Gary Halbert. Craig
Phi Delta Phi. established in 1869 to promote a higher standard of legal ethics, is the second oldest North American legal organization in continuous existence and the oldest professional fraternity in the Western Hemisphere. More judges. American residents, governors, senators, representatives, cabinet members, ambassadors. ABA presidents and law school deans have come from the ranks
of Phi Delta Phi than from any other legal fraternity.
Roberts Inn of the UT Law School was founded in 1910. To be eligible for membership, a law student must have completed two semesters of legal study with an average of 78 or better. This minimum standard made Phi Delta Phi an honor fraternity recognizing high academic standing. The Purpose of
Roberts Inn, however, extends to social and intellectual interaction as well. Affiliation with Phi Delta Phi provided the focus for activities that helped develop the service and leadership qualities which a law student was expected to bring to the bar, stressing the importance of adherence to high standards of professional ethics, integrity, character and responsibility.
44 — Phi Della PhiFirst Row: Tom Hayes. Cheryl Eisen. Paul Keeler. Second Row: Sheri Loessberg. Jim Boeckman. John Lynch. Julie Lynch Third Row: Mark Mai. Chuck Keeble. Willie Homberger. Vince Dulweber, Karen Dulweber.
Clockwise from lower left: Mark Mai. Tom Hayes. Wil e Horn-berger. Vince Dulweber. Jim Boeckman. John Lynch. Chuck Keeb'e
THE RANCH: It wasn’t just a house, it was a tradition.
Split 5 ways Smors En banc basketball 3 votes Hairball Ranch Chili Who's RHUMP Snowy paperweights Just go ln two nights he’ll be batting .. . Hyde Park lt doesn’t suck Muscle control lsn't life wonderful Shockless wonder A short leash She's a whore EP White Wed-ding'Hello Karen ls this a great country or what TQAJCLBOAV ESBALRBTLR Judges’ Club And wake up every morning with a .. Cowboy Simple Simon Game
Goodnight Johnboy B'man Tommy Ray Lynchmobile Wilster M M Chuhoney Vince Wild Thing Yesterday Write-on Granola Bar Wrappers'Tom s Room’Those little town blues John call Julie Not a barn Rejection Night'Grandma Hays The Whale Be right there'Quick trips to the airport Was I cold, Judge One of the 40 names Snooze you loose'Mexican Surprise The Mirror’John's not here right now Esta Willie Good night Vince.
The Ranch — 45First Row; MLou Ben. Matio Yzaguirre. Layne A Deutscher. Sharon Reuter. no», Mark Laskay. Elizabeth Davis. Brian Quintero. Tim Hemnch. Bill Robbins. Jerry Three!. Ron Ingalls Second Row; Stephen Willis, Faye Denson Watson. Kyle Stallones.
Miriam Hiser. Lisa Neumann. Forrest Lumpkin. Third Row; Don NeaJ. Steve Mac-
Under the motto "Law of the Land." the Real Estate Law Society provided a forum for students interested in the practical application of law to the field of real estate. Founded in late 1983, RELS grew to 75 members, making it one of the school's largest and most active organizations.
RELS sponsored monthly programs on topics such as real estate financing, land surveys, closing transactions and commercial development. Presentations were by real estate attorneys and practitioners who were recognized experts in their
fields. Ron Ingalls was program director
RELS assisted the Continuing Legal Education Program with the annual Mortgage Lending Institute. RELS served on the Institute Planning Committee, authored a topical bibliography for the Institute manual, hosted a reception for the Institute faculty, assembled Institute materials and helped with Institute registration. Ted Applewhite was the Institute coordinator.
To increase opportunities for students to meet real estate attorneys. RELS enabled three members to attend month-
ly breakfast meetings of the local real estate bar. RELS also published a membership directory and monthly newsletter.
By providing a focal point for real estate interests at the law school RELS hoped to encourage more emphasis on real estate law within the academic program.
Officers for 1985-86 were Sharon Reuler, President; Mario Yzaguirre. 1st Vice President; Victor Yang. 2nd Vice President; Dennis McNamara. Treasurer; and Layne Deutshcer, Secretary.
46 — Real Estate Law SocietyFir»l Row: Trisha Pitchford. Pam Beachley. Aimee Bagnclto, Royal Lea. Randy Jonathan W. Needle. William C. Cunningham. Charles Stanfield Third Row:
Pulman. Melody Cooper. David Boelzner Second Row: Catherine Aronson. Fred L. Garrett II. M. Scott McDonald. Stephen C. Mahaffey, Marc Taubenfeld.
Robert George. LesSe Clark. Theodora Lee. Karen Patton Bogle. Brad Fnedman. Dan Hu. Mark C. Taylor. James D Langner.
Editor m-Chef Royal Lea and Managing Editor Aimee Bagnctto discuss up- Review staffers are responsble for blue book ole checks, editing articles, and coming publication deadlnes for the Review The Review is published three writing a publishable note. Members of the editorial board supervise production times a year. of each issue
The Review of Litigation responded to the need for a national forum for interchange of academic and practical discussion of various aspects of litigation. The articles, notes, and symposia focused on the interface between theory and practice in trial and appeal of lawsuits, and allowed academician, litigator, and judge to better understand their functions in the litigation process. Now in its seventh year, the Review gained national acclaim
in achieving its goals.
Student staff positions were filled through candidacy programs conducted in the fall and spring. Additionally, second year law students who won select moot court competitions were invited to join. The Review also considered outside submissions of publication quality student law notes. Through each of the admissions programs, the Review sought
qualified students based solely on legal writing and reasoning ability.
Advantages of membership included exposure to the issues at the forefront of Texas and national litigation, the opportunity to write and soon thereafter publish a law note, and the chance for the individual to make a significant contribution already having an important impact on the litigation community.
Review of Litigation — 47STUDENT
First Row: Fred Burns, Jennifer Torbett, Cheryl Eisen, Juli Alger, Todd Wong. Qjan. Third Row: Janet Smith. Deece Eckstein, David Kaplan, Jaime Davilla Second Row: Saundria Chase. Mark Mai. Russ Miller. Lynnelle Loke. David Fourth Row: Laurie Weiss. Jett Conner, Steve Benesh.
The Student Bar Association was the student government organization of the law school. All students were automatically members. The organization acted as ombudsman for student problems, channeled imput on law school policies via committees and referenda and maintained a daily office with free notary service, a lost-and-found. stamps, aspirin and
The Student Bar Association sponsored numerous student activities throughout the year including keg parties, sandwich seminars. Assault and Flattery, teacher-course evaluations and student recommendations for the Law School's student-faculty committees. The SBA held a Halloween costume party in the
fall, the Fall Drunk, and sponsored Law Week, a week of activities in the spring which included guest lectureres, a campus-area race, an auction of faculty-donated items to benefit the Emergency Student Loan Fund, numerous athletic and academic tournaments, and the Spring Fling Dance.
48 — Student Bar Association
Third Year: First Row: Mark Mai. Cheryl Eisen. Todd Wong. Second Row: Juli Alger. Fred Burns. Jell Conner. Saundria Chase. Jaime Davila
First Year: Jennifer Torbetl. Deece Eckstein. Lynreile Loke. Steve Benesh. Laurie Weiss
Second Year: David Quon. Russ Miller. David Kaplan. Janel Smith
Student Bar Association — 49SODALITAS tabernae noctis M E R C 11 R P I I
The Boys. Susan and Dave
Sodalitas Tabernae Noctis Mercurrii, which semi-translates into The Wednesday Night Bar Association, was a ... well, it tried to ... uh. our goal is ... let's see, what s the best way to put this...?
Established in 1984, STNM (a.k.a. WNBA) was not the highest honorary society of the School of Lav;. It was not an international professional fraternity comprised of over 80,000 alumni and students. It did not sponsor any conferences or speakers nor did it wish to help students expand their knowledge of
any aspect of legal practice. It was not a prestigious scholarly publication, student government organization or research board Finally, and perhaps most surprisingly, STNM did not provide valuable service and education to the UT community over pressing ecological concerns.
So just what is Sodalitas Tabernae Noctis Mercurrii? Who knows — but if you figure it out. please stop by Mike and Charlie's on a Thursday night and let us know. We'll order you one on the rocks with no salt for your trouble.
50 — Sodalitas Tabernae Noctis MercurriiTEXAS INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL
First Row: Paula Speck, Todd Wong, Patnc a Alvarez, Anna Gonzalez. Kristan Peters, Fred Grasso. Holty Barnett, Behrooz Maghaddam Second Row: Rebecca Siegel. Gayc Holden, Ed Burbach. Kim Trotter Lisa Goldberg, Greg Smith. David Casso. Bob Hogue. Third Row: Robert F. Biard. Tim Tuggey. Charles L. Roff. Scott Kinzel, David Stanush, Bill Lee Fourth Row: Rex Mils.
Shaun Ingersotl. Carla Charlton. Scott MacLaren. Fifth Row: Wayne Byers. Bill Mange. Therese Painter. Jim Mclncrny. Ruth Rickard. Jxn Hordern, Rob Smith. Sixth Row: George F. Jones. Matt Claman. Jim Cockran. Kevin Buford. Jaime E. Toro.
The Texas International Law Journal, the fourth oldest international law journal published by a law school, had subscribers in 37 countries. Scholars, practitioners, and students submitted articles on both public and private international law. The Spring 1985 issue contained "The Bhopal Tragedy: Social and Legal Implications," the first symposium published on that topic. The 1986 symposium addressed East-West economic relations. The approximately 60 members of TILJ were selected from biannual writing competition, outside submissions and participation in the Jessup International Moot Court Competition.
Officers: First Row: Gaye Holden, Therese Painter. Todd Wong, Rebecca Siegel, Fred Grasso. Paula Speck, Anna Gonzalez, Scott MacLaren. Second Row: Ruth L. Richard. Bill Mange. Edward Burbach. Gail Papemnaster. George Jones. Rex Mils.
Texas International Law Journal — 51TEACHING QUIZMASTERS
First Row: Reagan Silbcr. Brenda Wado. Madalyn Marabcila. Lsa Jonor, Trish Row: Pal Duva‘, Tom Meishemer Arv nd Sudarshan. David E erbe. Rchard Pilchlord. Daniel Hu Second Row: Els»ol Rallkind. David Goldstein. Bob Levy. Don Law ess. Jaime Spelng, Jesse Green.
Looney. Jenn.e Marshall. Jim Boeckman. Margaret Bums. Jay Zweig Third
The Teaching Quizmasters, modern analogs to the Furies of Greek mythology, pose in a quiet moment of respite from dutifully protecting the physical, emotional and spiritual well being of their first year student charges. TQs, as they were affectionately known, served as mediators between the wide-eyed, bushy-tailed, “brain-full-of-mush" freshlaw and the grizzled, entrenched law school bureaucracy.
The TQs taught the first year courses in
Legal Research Writing and Brief Writing Oral Advocacy, and also organized the social events that maintain equilibrium during the freshlaw year. In addition to caring for the 25 to 30 student charges, the TQs were involved in the first year writing program and the selection of the succeeding group of Teaching Quizmasters and held de lacto position of ombudsman for first year students.
Seen here in front of the Kingsfield
Memorial Freshlaw Rest and Rehabilitation Center, the TQs displayed the calm and considered demeanor that won them this honored place in the law school pantheon. During 1985 86, Cheryl Eisen. David Ellerbe, Eliot Raffkmd, Richard Levy, and Brenda Wade served as Section Coordinators. The officers were David Goldsteinn, T.Q. coordinator. Jennie Marshall, Secretary, and Margaret Burns. Candidacy coordinator.
52 — Teaching Quizmaster Third Year First Row: Vtcki B. Wood, Alex Thompson, Jean BlumenfeW Jen- Taylor. Michael Diehl. Jesse Green, Jefl Alexander Third Row: Myron Hess 1, refer Knauth Lipinski Second Row: Charles A Sweet. Shan Loessberg, Greg MarkSrere. Jeff Rromme Jr.. Brian Worom.
The Texas Law Review was the oldest scholarly publication at the Law School, entering into its sixty-fourth year. The Review published eight issues each year, with a total of about 1500 pages. Membership was attained by academic ranking in the top 6% of each of the first year sections, outstanding performance in a writing competition held each spring and fall for students finishing their first year, or by submission of a publishable note by students finishing their second year.
Each Review member researched and wrote a note — a short article on a legal topic of the member’s choosing — to submit for publication in the Review. The Review also published longer articles and book reviews written by attorneys, judges and professors from across the country.
Second Year: First Row: David Greenblatt. Norma Comdrcau. Travis Sales. Robby Alden. Charles Thompson. Jim Cochran. Second Row: Maiy Nell McGarity. Marc Shivers Third Row: Molly Moynihan. David E Milcr. David Jaffe. Jonathan Graham, Lars Gustafsson. Florence Berkley Fourth Row: Enc Redwme. Greg Burch
Texas Law Review — 53First Row: Fred L. Garrett II. Bruce Feaster, F. Douglas Lofton. Karen R Calmeisc. Traci Bransford, William J Clay. Paul Gimenez, Brian Newby Second Row. Maitye Gouldsby. Rayford Reed. Eva J. Dantzler, Kofi Amoako, Luther J Rollins Jr.. Flora Ann Fearon, Cicely Nedd. Erleigh Norvlle. Sharon Brown.
Katherine A Robinson. Darcell Walker Third Row: Ronnie D Wesley. Theodora Ft Lee. Sylvia F. Hardman. Judy Quadim'asil. Velva L Price. Jeiome Y. Roache Tonya Moten Arthur Pertile. Annette Steppe. Lisa Lord. Carol Rodriguez. Randy Reed. Faye Denson Watson. Anthony Wilson.
The Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. TMLS, is an affiliate of the National Black Law Students Association. TMLS works on increasing Black enrollment in the Law School, promoting minority faculty hiring, encouraging members to participate in law school activities, and establishing contacts with alumni, practicing attorneys in the Austin community and prospective employers.
This year, TMLS has done a great deal towards achieving these goals by co sponsoring the annual TMLS-Austin Black Lawyers Association picnic, inviting speakers from the State Bar and having many members serve on placement, admissions and faculty hiring committees. Black History Month activities include the Coffee House evening which showcases the many talents of the law students and friends. This spring, TMLS has reinstituted the annual banquet to recognize the achievements of graduating students and to present scholarship awards TMI S has also initiated a drive to endow the Herman M. Sweatt Memorial Scholarship Fund in a massive mail-out to corporations and businesses in Texas and across the country.
First Row: K. Satnina Austin, Simone B Capers. Bonnie M Prosser. Arlene McCarthy Second Row: Lee Johnson, Keith J Sparks. Chris Covington. Steve Rudner. Third Row: Gary Cobb. Anthony Brown.
54 — Thurgood Marshall Legal SocietyFirst Row: Norma Sierra. Diane Brown, Holly Taebei, Lisa Bounds Harweil. Shawna L. Reagm. Third Row: Jeannette Garrett. Faye Denson Watson. Jo
Catherine Mauzy, Jo Ann Howard. D'Ann Johnson Second Row: Theodora R. Christy Brown. Lynn Carter, Judy Walker. Elizabeth Davis. Cmdy Hill. Norma
Lee. Karin Bomooro, Barbara Spezia. Karen Patton Bogie Cicely Nedd, Carmen Caidreau. Laun J. Schncidau. Gary Cobb. Shari Nichols Diener. Victona L. Eastus. Veronica Carmona. Eva J Dantzler. Lynette Philips.
The Women's Law Caucus was a support group designed to address issues in today's technological society. Although comprised of law students, both male and female, the group was committed to expanding their membership to include faculty
The purpose of the organization was to act on behalf of the needs and issues of women law students, providing services relevant to the professional development of the members, and influencing policies and practices which affect women law students and attorneys.
Past activities included conducting a voter registration drive; sponsoring a live debate among political candidates for the
Texas Senate; conducting panel discussions on interviewing techniques, establishing an informal grievance procedure through the placement office making monetary contributions to various community groups and publishing a monthly newsletter addressing issues which were of concern to all law students.
Commitments for 1985-86 included continuing efforts to recruit women and minority law faculty, sponsoring a casino night, an annual fundraising T-shirt sales, creating a magazine that covered issues of women and the law. looking at the possibilities of child care for parents within the law school free Saturday movies for kids of all ages, sponsoring
various speakers to the law school, including Mary Dunlap, one of the founders of the Equal Rights Advocates, and an express commitment to continued involvement in past activities including sending a large group of representatives to the National Conference on Women and the Law which was scheduled to be held in Chicago during the spring semester.
Meetings were held bi monthly and were open to anyone interested in attending. WLC officers for 1985-86 were Katren Patton Bogle, President; Cicely Nedd, Vice-President. Lillian-Lynette Phillips, Secretary; Theodora Lee, Treasurer.
Women's Law Caucus — 55First Row: Andy Friedmann Second Row: Casey Dobson, Barry Osborne, Michelle Robberson, Elaine Romberg, Chris Luna,
First years don't know what it is, no one is certain how to pronounce it. lav students volunteer to make it happen, and it is a law school institution. It’s the Peregrinus, official yearbook of the School of Law.
The Peregrinus has survived through renovation of the law school, through cancellation, through sheer lack of interest and various other dramas. Students and faculty brought the once-defunct book back to life in the 1970s.
The editor is selected in Student Bar Association elections in the spring, and is officially appointed by the T.S.P. Board of Trustees. The rest of the staff is personally recruited by the editor. Lav students take photos, write copy and plan pages, with help from Texas Student Publications.
This year's six-member staff worked closely on the expanded Peregrinus on weekends, nights, during Christmas break, even on Valentine's Day. They still missed their deadline.
But the book ... and the institution ... lingers on.
56 — Peregrinus Yearbook
Supervisors: C. Dewayne Bevil. Jerry R. Thompson. Mary K. Olting.ADMINISTRATION
William Cunningham, President. The University of Texas at Austin. B.A., MBA, Ph.D., Michigan State.
Mark G. Yudof, Dean of the Law
School, James A. Elkins Centennial Chair in Law B.A., LL.B.. Pennsylvania.
William Powers, Jr., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Joseph C. Hutcheson Professor. Torts, products liability, juris prudence BA, University of California, Berkeley; J.D., Harvard
Douglas Laycock, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Fulbright and Jaworski Professor of Lav . Remedies, freedom of religion, secured credit. BA, Michigan State; J.D. Chicago.
58 — AdministrationWilliam W. Gibson, Jr., Associate Dean for Administration and Continuing Legal Education, Sylvan Lang Professor of Law. Professional responsibility, property, real estate. B.A., LL.B., Texas.
Sam H. Hall, Assistant Dean for Business Affairs. B.B.A., J.D., Texas; M.B.A., Syracuse.
Susana I. Aleman, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. B.S., M.Ed., J.D., Texas; M.S., Texas A l.
Rob Wiley, Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. B.A.. Arkansas — Little Rock; M.A., Memphis State.
Ph D., J.D., Texas.
Administralion — 59FACULTY
David A. Anderson, Rosenberg Centennial Professor Torts, mas: communications law, communications torts. A.8., Harvard, JD., Texas.
Philip Chase Bobbitt, professor. Constitutional law. national security policy. A.B.. Princeton; J.D , Yale;
Ph D., Oxford.
Richard V. Barndt, professor. Marital property rights, legislator professional responsibility. B.S.L LL.3., Utah.
Hans W. Baade, Hugh Lamar Stone Chair in Law. Comparative law, conflicts B.A . Syracuse; DR.J.R., Kiel (Germany); LL.B., LL.M , Duke
60 — FacultyPatricia Cain, professor. Federal Income Tax, Feminist Legal Theory, Wills and Estates. A.B , Vassar; J.D, Georgia.
Loftus Claybourne Carson, II,
visiting associate professor. Business associations, securities regulation, international business transactions B.S. Cornell; M Pub. Aff., Princeton; M B A., Pennsylvania; J.D., Harvard.
Michael J. Churgin, professor. Criminal prosecution, criminal law. A.B., Brown; J.D.. Yale.
Harold H. Bruff, John H. Redditt Professor. Administrative law, Texas government. B.A., Williams College; J.D.. Harvard.
Faculty — 61FACULTY
George E. Dix, Vinson and Elkins Professor of Law. Criminal investigations, criminal procedure. law and psychology. B.S.. Wisconsin; J D., Wisconsin
Philip DeLaTorre, visiting associate professor. Property, oil and gas, wills and estates. B.A., Kansas. J.D., Harvard.
Robert O. Dawson, Judge Benjamin Harrison Powell Professor of Law. Criminal law, criminal defense clinic. B.A., Missouri; LL.B., Washington University; S.J.D, Wisconsin.
Thomas D. Crandall, visiting professor. Payment systems, secured credit. B.S., Purdue; J.D. Indiana.
62 — FacultyJoel W. Friedman, visiting professor of law. Employment discrimination, labor law, civil procedure. B.S.. Cornell; J.D., Yale.
Joseph M. Dodge, W. H. Francis, Jr. Professor of law. Federal income taxation, wills and trusts, estate planning. B.A.; LL.B., Harvard; LL.M.; New York University.
David B. Filvaroff, W St. John Garwood Centennial Professor. Torts, civil rights, international law. B.S., Wisconsin. I.L.B., Harvard.
Mark P. Gergen, assistant professor. Contracts, partnership tax. B.A., Yale; J.D., Chicago.
Faculty — 63FACULTY
Steven Goode, professor Evidence, criminal law BA. Wi liams College: J D. Yale
Lino A. Graglia, Rex G. Baker and Edna Heflin Baker Professor of Constitutional Law Constitutional law. antitrust BA, City College of New York; LL.B . Columbia.
J. Patrick Hazel, professor. Trial advocacy. Texas civil procedure. S.T.L., Gregorian University (Rome. Italy): M Ed.. Loyola: J.D., Texas
Robert W. Hamilton, Benno C. Schmidt Chair in Business Law Contracts, business associations, corporate finance. BA, Swarthmore. J.D., Chicago
64 — FacultyStanley Johanson, Bryant Smith Chair in Law Wilts and estates, estate planning B S., Yale;LL B., Washington. LL.M., Harvard
William O. Huie, Sylvan Lang Professor of Law Marital property rights, oil and gas. trusts. B.A.. Henderson State; LL.B., Texas; S.J.D., Harvard.
Ingrid M. Hillinger, visiting associate professor. Bankruptcy, payment systems. B A., Barnard University; J.D., Marshall-Wythe University.
Calvin Johnson, professor. Federal income taxation. B A., Columbia;
Corwin W. Johnson, Edward Clark Centennial Professor of Law. Property, water law, land use planning. B A.. J.D.. State University of Iowa
David Keyser, assistant professor Property, federal income taxation, oil and gas B A., Harvard; M.A., Yale; JD.. Cornell
W. Page Keeton, W Page Keeton Chair in Tort Law Products liability, seminar in defamation and the right to privacy B A . LL B , Texas; S.J.D.. Harvard. LL.D.. Southern Methodist
J. Leon Lebowitz, John S Redditt Professor of law. Civil procedure, business associations, securities regulation B A., J D.. Baylor; LL M , New York University.
66 — FacultyThomas O. McGarity, Cooper K. Ragan Professor in law. Torts, environmental law, administrative law. B A., Rice: J.D., Texas.
Sanford Levinson, professor. Professional responsibility, advanced constitutional law. B.S., Duke; Ph.D., Harvard; J.D., Stanford.
Jay Nelson, adjunct professor and Interscholastic Moot Court Advisor. Appellate advocacy. B.A , Williams College; J.D., Texas.
Roy M. Mersky, Hyder Centennial Professor of law and director of research. Tarleton Law Library. B.S., J.D., M.A.L.S., Wisconsin.
Faculty — 67FACULTY
David M. Rabban, assistant professor. Labor law, labor in the public sector, American legal history. B.A., Wesleyan University; J.D., Stanford.
Scot Powe, Bernard J. Ward Centennial professor of law. Constitutional law, federal courts, broadcasting. B.A., Yale; J.D., Washington.
Jack Ratliff, Assistant professor and co-director — Trial Advocacy Programs. Texas procedure I, Texas procedure II, advanced trial techniques. BA.. L.L.B., Texas.
Raymond T. Nimmor, visiting professor. Computers and the law, secured credit, bankruptcy. B A. J.D., Valparaiso.
68 — FacultyDavid W. Robertson, Hines H. Baker and Thelma Kelley Baker Professor of Law Admiralty, torts, civil procedure. BA, LL.B., Louisiana State. LL.M., J.S.D., Yale
Alan Scott Rau, Liddell, Sapp, Zivley, and Laboon Professor of Law. Contracts. B.A., LL.B., Harvard.
John A. Robertson, professor. Criminal law, constitutional law, law and medicine. A.B., Dartmouth; J D.. Harvard.
Gil Reavis, adjunct professor. Texas civil procedure. B A.. J D . Texas.
Lacuhy — 69FACULTY
Edward Sherman, Angus Wynne Professor of Law. Civil procedure, complex litigation, civil rights A B., Georgetown; M.A.. Texas; LL.B.. J.D., Harvard.
John J. Sampson, Ben Gardner
Sewell Professor of Law. Children's rights clinic, marital relations and divorce, legislative process. LL.B., Minnesota.
Michael P. Rosenthal, Thomas Shelton Mazey Professor of Law. Criminal law, juvenile justice clinic, juvenile justice administration A B..J.D., Columbia.
M. Michael Sharlot, Wright C
Morrow Professor of Criminal Law, and James R. Dougherty Chair for Faculty Excellence. Criminal law, evidence. B.A.. Antioch College: LL.B., Pennsylvania.
70— FacultyDavid S. Sokolow, assistant professor Contracts, business associations, entertainment law. B.A.. M.A., J.D., Columbia.
Michael F. Sturley, assistant - navment
Roberto G. Soto, assistant professor. Contracts. B.A., J.D., Texas.
Ernest E. Smith, Rex G. Baker Centennial Chair in Natural Resources Law Oil and gas, property, immigration law. B.A.. Southern Methodist; LL.B., Harvard.
John F. Sutton, Jr., A W. Walker,
Jr, Centennial Chair in Law Evidence, professional responsibility, torts. J.D., Texas
Michael E. Tigar, Thomas Wait Gregory Professor of law Civil procedure, advanced criminal law. federal appellate seminar B A , J D., University of California. Berkeley
William J. Tumier, visiting professor Federal income tax, advanced corporate tax B S . Fordham; M A., Pennsylvania State; J.D . Virginia
James M. Trtece, Charles I Francis Professor of law. Torts, patents B.S , J D.. M A , Illinois.
72 — FacullyOlin Guy Wellborn ill, William C. Liedtke, Sr. Professor of law Torts, evidence. A B..J.D., Harvard.
Louise Weinberg, Raybourne Thompson Professor of law. Conflict of laws, federal courts, admiralty. A.B , Cornell; J.D., LL M , Harvard.
Russell J. Weintraub, John B.
Connally Chair in Civil Jurisprudence. Conflict of laws, contracts. B.A., New York University; JO. Harvard.
Stanley M. Walker, associate professor. Property, real estate transactions, real estate finance. A.B., Harvard; J.D., Yale.
Joseph P. Witherspoon, Jr.,
Thomas Shelton Maxey Professor of law. Antitrust, civil and political rights B A . Chicago; LL.B.. Texas; S.J.D., Harvard
Jay L. Westbrook, Strasburger and Price Centennial Faculty Fellowship. Bankruptcy, international business transactions, secured credit. B A . LL.B.. Texas
M. Kenneth Woodward, Robert J.
Wmdfohr Professor of Lav . BA. LL.B., Texas; M.A., West Texas State.
Charles Alan Wright, Wiliam B Bates Chair for the Administration of Justice. Federal courts, constitutional law. supreme court seminar. BA. Wesleyan; LL.B..
74 — FacullyPROFESSORS ON LEAVE
Elizabeth A. Warren, professor.
B.S.. Houston; JO.. Rutgers
Barbara B. Aldave, Joe A.
Worsham Centennial Professor. 8.S., Stanford: J.D.. University of California Berkeley.
Richard Markovitz, Mars McLean Professor. B.A.. Cornell; PhD., London School of Economics. LL.B.. Yale.
Inga Markovitz, professor. J.D.. Free University (Berlin); LL.M., Yale.
Faculty — 75WRITING
Christopher J. Knight. Lecturer PhD. New York University.
Susan Hemzelman, Legal Writing Programs Director and Lecturer PhD. University of Western Ontario.
George J. Wilkerson. Lecturer PhD, Texas.
Terri LeClerq. Lecturer PhD. Texas.
Fred Asnes, Lecturer. PhD. Texas.
76 — FacultyCRIMINAL DEFENSE CLINIC
Robert Dawson, Criminal Defense Clinic Director.
Kenneth Houp, lecturer in lav ,
B.A, Florida: J.D . Texas
William Allison, lecturer in lav BA. University of the South; J.D., Texas.
Ray Waddell, lecturer in law. B A., M.A.J.D., Texas.
Kenneth Schubb, lecturer in law. B.A., Tulane; J.D.. Texas.
Hugh Lowe, lecturer in law. BA. J.D.. Texas.
Polly Husted, administrative
Criminal Defense Clinic — 77TARLTON
Administration: First Row: Brenda Bedsole, Gwyn Anderson, Susan Evangelist. Second Row: Steven Barkau. Mary Menke, Daniel Martin, Chip Rogers.
Cataloguing: First Row: Nancy Sullivan, Pam Smith, Ginger Jaso, John Petesch. Second Row: Mary Ellen Sweeney. Lidia Cuauhtli, Betty Cogswell. Andy Barners.
Acquisitions Serials: Leticia Garcia. Manuela Secura, Susan More, Mary A. Burton. Fita Coronado.
78 — Tarllon LibraryResearch and Information Services: First Row: Leslie Kanter. Barbara Bridges. Elizabeth Saucedo. Second Row: Gary Hartman. Gary Gott, Rich Leiter, Dan Dabney, Joseph Delgado
Collection Management: First Row, Jon Pratter, Sunny Mullen, Debbie Arens. Second Row, Don Larrimen, John Ramington. Pierrette Moreno. Evan Quenon.
Professor Roy Mersky, director of research.
Special Projects: Julia Ashworth. Bill Brands, Custis Wright.
Tarlton Library — 79I
Charles W Duke San Antonio
W. St John Garwood Austin
J. A. Gooch Fort Worth
Cecil D. Redford Corpus Christi
Lite Member-Trustees Trustees
Tom Sealy Midland
Morris Atlas McAllen
Edward Clark Austin
J Chrys Dougherty Austin
Kraft W. Eidman Houston
John L Estes Dallas
Elton M. Hyder, Jr Fort Worth
Hayden Head Corpus Christi
Thomas M. Phillips Houston
Dee J Kelly Fort Worth
Preston Shirley Galveston
Wales H. Madden, Jr. Amarillo
Mark Martin Dallas
J Mark McLaughlin San Angelo
B D. Orgain Beaumont
Harry M Reasoner Houston
J. Burleson Smith San Antonio
80 — FoundationFoundation: Dawn Kaimosky. Donald L Wau. Te'esa Watts
Alumni Association: Dada Helms. Ed Baugh. Judith Amis
Alumni Association Directors
Andrew Barr R. Gordon Gooch Kerry L. Neves
JohnB. Beckworth Carl H. Green John G. Niles
S. I.Betzer, Jr. Laura J. Hagen Rene 0. Oliveira
JohnG. Brant T. Richard Handler Martha Priddy Patterson
Brook B. Brown Mark L. Hart Elizabeth C. Petit
William B. Burford Howard 1. Hatoff Debora D. Ratliff
Raymond C. Caballero Tom Henson R. J. Reser
Robert D. Campbell R. Ken Hines Pieter M. Schenkkan
William F. Connell Jerry R. Hoodenpyle Robert C. Scott
Rogers L. Crain Kay Bailey Hutchison Joel 1. Shannon
Harold F. Curtis, Jr. Steven C. James James B. Smith, Jr.
Kenneth L. Cutler Sandy Kress W. KirkSnouffer, Jr.
W. Drew Darby David B. Kultgen Alfred H. Summers
Platt W. Davis. Ill Jeff B. Love Clark G. Thompson, Jr.
Sylvia A. de Leon Jane H. Macon Paul J. Van Osselaer
Harold R. DeMoss, Jr. Michael L. Malone Jane A. Varner
Ben A. Donnell Robert M. Martin, Jr. Carl W. Vogt
WinfordL. Dunn, Jr. Samuel D. Milsap, Jr. JohnS. Watson
Mark W. Eidman John T. Montford Richard D. Watt
0. E. Elmore Stephen L. Morris Peter Winstead
Terry Gardner R. Kinnan Goleman Mark L. Murdock F. Bart Wulff
Alumni Association — 81STAFF
Associate and Assistant Deans’ Secretaries: Pam
Grisham, Jim Patterson, Peggy Callahan. Bernice Wootton.
Main Office: Judy Dominguez, Renee Bizzell, Ada Vega.
Dean’s Staff: Sally Donaldson, Alla Goddwm, Eileen Glover.
Main Office: Marion B. "Micke" Harris.
82 — StaffPlacement Office: Ellen Mur-taugh. Deborah J. Marron, Lori Gooden. Arietta Tompkins, Diana Fae Arnold.
Support Staff: Mary Jane Cool. Leona Wyatt. Alyce Lottman, Gretchen Woellner.
Sales Office: Fred Murphy. T. Yvonne Cardenas. Juan A. Ramirez.
Admissions Office: Vivian Brown. Phyllis Kadish.STAFF
Scholarships and Loans Office: Anna Maria Saldana, Anita Galvan, Freddie Hernandez.
Continuing Legal Education: First Row: Barbara Bellamy, Nancy Adamson. Second Row: Jim Patterson, Sadie Elena Pack, Judy Mau. Chris Harrigan.
Print Shop: David Dominguez, Steve Muncey, Joseph Jackson.
Casino Staff: Lois Donaldson, Buddy Collins. Shannon Ellison, Carrie Womack.
84 — SwITSTUDENTS
Jeffrey Clark Alexander, Austin, University ot Texas at Austin. Texas Law Review, Phi Delta Phi. Chanceiio'S. Texas Federalist Society
Juliana Joy Alger, Glendale, W.s; University of Wisconsin — Madison. Teaching Quizmaster. Student Bar Association. Assault and Flattery Richard Brad Alpert, Austin; University of Texas at Austin, Board ol Advocates
Arturo Antonio Alvarez III, Mebbronville. University of Texas a t Austin. Ch cano Law Students Association, Real Estate Law Soccty
Nancy Justine Anglin, Austin; University of Dallas Axnee Elizabeth Bagnetto, Marrero, La . Louisiana State University. Review of LitiQat on Managing Editor James Gentry Barden, Austin. Un versity of the South. Pamela Ruth Beachley, Austin. University of Tcxasat Ausl n. Rcv cw of Litigation Note Editor. Women s Law Caucus
Debra Lee Becker, Round Rock. Urxvcrs ly of Texas at Austin.
Mary Louise Bell, Manchaca, Midwestern State University. Real Estate Law Soccty. Environmental and Natural Resources Soc cty.
David Mark Bennett, Weslaco; Un versity ot Texas at Austin
David James Beveridge, Austin. Wash ngton and
Jefferson Colcgc, Texas Law Rcvcw Note Ed tor
Beth Elfen Bierman, Pmehurst. Duke Un versity. Travis County Women Lawyers Association. Women s Law Caucus.
Wilkam Morris Bingham Jr., San Angelo. University of Texas at Austin, Lcga1 Research Board, Board of Advocates. Red Ryder Preservat ion Society Frederick Eugene 8tack. Houston; University of Texas at Austin. Research Assistant
Robert Andrew Black, Be a«re. Baylor University, Board of Advocates. Ph Alpha Delta. Internationa! Law Soocty. Assault and Flattery
Jean Beer Blumenfeld, Round Rock. University of California. Texas Law Review.
James Wallace Boeckman, Spnnf eld, Mo.. Westminister
Col cgc. Teaching Quizmaster, Texas Law Review. The Ranch
Louis Karl Bonham, Austin. Un versity ol Texas at Austin, Texas Law Review Articles Editor.
Sandra Neisser Boone, Austm; Stanford Umvers ty.
Stephon Dewyane Breedlove, Fort Worth. University of Texas at Austin
Thomas Allen Bres, I fouston; Unvcrsity of Texas at Austin. Phi Delta Ph:. Legal Eagcs. Bache'ors of Law. Jeffrey Scott Bromme, Austin. Southwestern Adventist College. Texas Law Review Articles Editor Cheryl Rita Broussard, Austin, University ol Texas at Austin
$6 — Seniorsil 4% JUaI
Sharon Cecelia Brown, Capitol Heights. Md : Georgetown University.
Kevin Andrew Buford, Austin. U.S. Coast Guard Academy. International Law Journal Simone Hanh Bui Trang, Austin. Catholic University of Louvain. International Law Society.
Edward Donald Burbach, Whitcfrsh Bay. Wis ; University of Texas at Austin. Texas International Law Journal Editor. Judo Club
Frederick Wright Bums, Bryan Tulane University; Student Bar Association. Board ol Advocates. Admissions Committee
Margaret Ann Burns, Austin; Princeton University.
Teaching Quizmaster. Phi Delta Phi.
Juan Benito Caballero, Laredo. Texas ASM University. Karen Renee Calmeise, Cincinnati. Ohio, Chatham College. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society President
Eddie Cantu, Austin; University of Texas at Austin.
Adam N. Cardenas, Austin; Un versity of Texas at Austin. Charles Brian Cassidy, Austin; University of Arizona. Phi
Bradlce Hale Chandler, Austin; University of Texas at Austin. Tcjas Ciub.
Saundria Renee Chase. Houston. Tufts University. Student Bar Association. Board of Advocates.
John Bondurant Cherry, Destrehan. La . Texas A M
Lisa Ellen Chismire, Houston; University of Kansas. Board of Advocates. Hildebrand and Geary-Brice Moot Courts. No.ve Mock Trail
Gary Wayne Coker, Austin; Lamar University. Phi Delta
Phi Vice Magistar. Texas Bar Association. American Bar Association.
Jeffrey Harbin Conner, Andrews; Abilene Christian University. Student Bar Association. Board of Advocates. Robert Timmons Cook, Austin; Purdue University. 8oard
of Advocates. Giles Rich National Moot Court National Champion
Candace Christiana Cooke, Houston; Fmory University.
Assault and Flattery Director.
James Louis Cowen, Houston; University ol Florida
Mollie Susan Crosby, Richardson; University of Texas at
Austin. Review of Liiigat on. Cabinet ol College Councds. Michael Shawn Cumberland, San Antcoio. University ot
Texas at Austin.
David Scott Curcio, Austin; Rice University. Texas Law
William Stephen Dahlstrom, Austin; University of
Cincinnati. Real Estate Law Society.
Seniors — 8.SENIORS
Eva Joan Dantzlcr, Brooklyn. N v . American University.
Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. Women's Law Caucus. Minority Opportunity Conm ttoc. Admissions Committee. American Bar Association
Douglas Harold Darrow, Houston Dartmouth College Darius LcMoyne Davenport, Winntield. La.: Louisiana State University. Lawyers Christian Fellowship. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society
Benjamin Herbert Davidson, Littlefield: University of
Texas at Austin
Jaime Davila, Houston. Harvard University. Student Bar Association Treasurer. Legal Research Board. Real Estate Law Society. Chicano Law Student Association. Intramural Sports. Hildebrand Moot Court Competition Magdalena H. de la Teja; Austin. University ol Texas al Austin
Michael Lee Diehl, Austin. Southwest Texas Slate
University. Texas Law Review Editor n Chef. Legal Research Board
Casey LeGate Dobson, Austin. University of Texas at
Austin Law School Senator, Peregrmus Staff
Robert Alan Dollars, Austin University of Texas at Austin. Board of Advocates. Phi Delta Phi.
Goldie Cecelia Domingue, Austin Rice University. Real Estate Law Society. Environmental and Natural Resources Law Socety. Thurgood Marshall Legal Socety Lisa Dornell, Austin; University ol Vermont. Thurgood Marshall Legal Socety Librarian. American Journal of Criminal Law Research Editor
Frank Alan Doyle, Houston University of Texas at Austin.
Legal Eagles. Bachelors of Law
Virginia Marie Driscoll, Austin; University of Dallas. Harvard Journal of Law and Public Pobcy Senior Editor. International Law Society.
Vincent Lee Dulwcbcr, Longview. University of Texas at
AusLn. American Journal of Criminal Law. Board of Advocates
David Brian Dyer, Dallas; University of Texas at Austin, Phi Delta Phi.Bachoiorsof Law. I egai Eag'es Cheryl Lynn Eisen, Austin University of Texas at Austin. Teaching Quizmaster. Student Bar Association. Ph Delta Phi, Ranch Adiunct
Mynde Shaune Eisen, Aust n. Arizona State University,
Board of Advocates Judging Director. Delta Theta Phi. Research Assistant
Bruce Sullivan Feaster, Flint. Mich,. MichiganState
University. Board of Advocates. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. Real Estate Law Society. Minority Opportunities Committee. Phi Alpha Delta Patricia Ellen Finlay, Austin, Duke University Wamen H. Fisher. Houston. Rice Unwersity. Lawyers' Chnst-an Fellowship. Phi Delta Ph.
Lillian M. Flurry, Bryn Mawr College. Phi Della Phi Jorge Lockwood Freeland, Austin. University of Michigan. Phi Delta Phi Magister Lmme Alice Freeman, Austin. Louisiana Tech University. Andrew Christopher Friedmann, Austin; University ol Texas at Austin; Peregrmus Assistant Ed tor
XX— SeniorsAli Gallagher, Austin; University of Texas at Austin. Travis County Women Lawyers Association. Phi Alpha Delta.
Pete Pena Gallego, Alpine Sul Ross State University. Chcano Law Students Association. Admissions Committee.
David Jude Gallo, Austin; University of Texas at Austin. Fred L. Garrett, Topeka. Kan.; Grand Vat cy State College. Assault and Flattery
John Earl Gartman, Lampasas: Umvcrsily of Texas at Austin.
Velma Garza, McAllen: Trinity University.
Thomas Louis Gerber, Memphis. Tenn ; University ol Texas at Austin, P»ii Delta Phi Paul Lorenzo Gimenez, Austin, St. John’s University. Legal Research Board. Thurgood Marshal Legal Society.
Seniors — 8 SENIORS
Dona Glimm, Austin; University ot Texas at Austin Kannath H. Goatzka Jr., San Antonio. Trinity University Lisa Ann Goldbarg, Austin; Washington University. Texas Internationa! Law Journal
Garrett K. Golden, Dal as. University of Texas at Austin. Phi Delta Phi
David Scott Goldstein, Da as: University of Texas at Austin Teaching Quizmaste' Coordinator, Texas Law Review. Geary-Bncc Moot Court Scmifinahst Mark Edward Golman, Da las; University ot Texas at Austin. Criminal Defense Clirac.
Rena Blanchard Gonzalez, Brownsville; University of Texas at Austin.
Fred Grasso, Austin; Syracuse University, international Law Journal, Board of Advocates, international Law Society.
Jesse Joseph Green, San Antonio Southern Methodist University. Texas Law Review, Teaching Quizmaster. Board of Advocates.
Sharon Lynette Gross, Austin University of Texas at Austm. Board of Advocates
Ruth-Ellen Gura, Austin; University ot Texas at Austin Cynthia Gay Hairflrove, Austin; University of Texas at Austin
Laura Ann Hajovsky, Brenham; University of Texas at Austin
Gary Lynn Halberl, Rusk; U.S. Air Force Academy, Legal Research Board, Board of Advocates. Harvard Journal oi Law and Public Policy
Laquita Ann Hamilton, M: waukcc. Wis California State University — Long Beach. National Lawyers Guild.
Guana,uato Student Visitation. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society
John Phillip Hanaan, Houston; University of Texas at
Austm; Computer Law Socety Treasurer.
Cynthia Lynna Harknaaa, Da las; Uraversity of Texas at
Austin. 8oard of Advocates Director ot intcrschoastic Competitions. Geary Brice Moot Court Competition. Fa’i Hildebrand. Senior Mock Trial Anna Katharine Hathaway, Oklahoma City. Okia ; Wetiesley College
Thomas Ray Hays, Austin, University of Texas at Austin. Board of Advocates Chairman, The Ranch House Manager. Intramural Sports
Paul Douglas Haard, Austm. Trinity University. Board of Advocates. National Mock Trial Team, Phi Delta Phi.
Jamas Michael Herndon, Austin; Baylor University. Intramural Sports
Eliana Stephanie Harnng, Austin; Sophie Newcomb
College. Women's Law Caucus. Phi Delta Phi.
Susan Bath Harsh, Austin Pnnceton University. AM and Entertainment Law Comm ttee. Harvard Journal of Public Policy.
Jamas Everett Hill, Austin. University of Kansas
90— SeniorsPaul William Hobby, Austin. University of Virginia. Admissions Committee. Board of Advocates. Intramural Sports.
Josch Paul Hogsett, Austin; Trinity University Lisa Gaye Holden, Oal as; University of Texas at Austin. Texas International Law Journal. Real Estate Law Society. Kevin Wayne Holt, Austin; East Texas State University.
Edgar A. Hommelsheim, West Germany; University of
Bryan Russell Horton, Edmond. Okla ; Houston Baptist University. Board of Advocates. Review of I itigation. Jessup Moot Court Team.
Tracy Janice Horton, Austin; University of Texas at Austin.
Daniel David Hu, Houston; Rice University. Teaching Quizmaster. Review of Litigation Phi Ceita Phi.
Patrick Lee Hugffstickler, Austin; Trinity University. Roger Paul Ingram, Austin; Alfred University.
Sharon Lynn Jaf fee, El Paso; University of Texas at
Ylise Yvonne Janssen, Ingleside; Trinity Unversity. Texas
Barbara Jane Johanson, Austin; University of Texas at
Dorothy Ann Johnson, Austin; University of Washington Stephon Eugene Johnson, Detroit. Mich.; Unrve'Sity of
Michigan. Board of Advocates. American Journal of Criminal Law. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. Phi Alpha Ceita.
George Fleming Jones III, Miami. Fla.. Trinity University.
Texas International Law Journal. Lawyers' Christian Fellowship.
Lewis William Jost, Austin, Southern Methodist University.
Charles C. Keeble Jr., Houston; University of Texas at
Austin; intramural Sports.
Paul Bruce Keeler, Austin; University of Colorado.
David Joseph Kimmelmon, El Paso: Southern Methodist
Kay Diebel Knowles, Austin. Birmingham — Southern
College. Delta Theta Phi.
Donald Patrick Lawless, Austin; University of Michigan.
Paul Alvin Ledbetter, Austin. North Texas State
University. Texas Law Review
John W. Leggett, Houston; Texas ASM University. Texas
Law Review. Chancellors, Phi Delta Phi.
Seniors — 91Christoph Adalbert Lehmann, West Germany; Freie
Umversit act Berlin. International Law Society. Catholic Students Association
William Randal Leighton, Austin; University of Texas at Austin
I. Richard Levy. Austin; Vale University. Teach ng
Quizmaster. Real Estate Law Society
Robert Laurence Levy, El Paso. University of Texas ol
Austin. Mock Trial. Phi Delta Phi. State Bar Committee of Liaison with Law Schools. Assault and Flattery
Alan Whitworth Lintel, Austin University o! Virginia. Legal Research Board Director. Computer Law Society Vice President
Jennifer Knauth Lipinski, Austin Rcc University. Texas Law Rev.ew Managing Editor. Chancellor-at Large Terri Unsell Locfflcr, Austin; Un.versity of Texas at Austin Shari Louise Locssberg, Richardson; Georgetown University. Texas Law Review Note Editor. The Ranch Women s Auxiliary.
Robert Joseph Looney, Austin. University of Texas at
Austin. Teaching Quizmaster. Student Bar Association John Chris Luna, Houston. University of Iexas at Austin. Peregnnus Editor. Judges Cfc»b. Board of Advocates. Presidential Standing Committee Clark Elliot Lyda, Austin. Southwestern University, Board of Advocates
John Edward Lynch, Houston; Baylor University. Student Bar Association. The Ranch
Scott William MacLaren, Carrollton. University of Texas at Arlington. Texas International Law Journal Notes and Comments Editor. Board of Advocates. Phi Delta Phi I tonor Counc f. Albert Jones Mock Trial Semi finalist Mark Francis Mai, Houston. University of Notre Dame. Student Bar Assooaton. Board ol Advocates. The Ranch William Bradford Mange, Austin; Universily of Texas at Austin. Texas international l aw Journal, Board ol Advocates
Russell Joe Manning, Austin; University ot Texas ol the
Permian Basin. Texas Law Revew. Legal Research Board Chancellors
Jennie Graham Marshall, Austin; University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill. Teaching Qu zmaster.Phi Delta Phi. Rex William Martin, Houston; University of Texas at Austin. Phi Delta Phi, Assault and Flattery Dena Lynn Mathis, Alp ne. University ot Texas at Austin. Legal Research Board. Novice Mock Trial. Law Week Awards Committee
Leslie L. Maurer, Kyte; University ol Houston. Computer Law Society Vice Presdent Secretary.
Arlene Theresa McCarthy, New Orleans. La ; Barnard
Trade Ann McFadden. Austin. University ol Texas at
Michelle Amizetta McFaddin, Beaumont; University ol
Chicago. Phi Delta Phi. Environmental and Natural Resources Law Society.
Brian Thomas McLaughlin, San Angeo. University ol
Texas at Austin
— SeniorsJcntce Lee Meagher, Austin; Texas ASM University Randyl Scott Meiga, Austin; Southern Methodist University, Phi Delta Phi
David Marshall Melline, Fort Worth; Texas A M University. Phi Delta Phi.
Gregg Michael Miecke, Houston: University of Texasat Austin, Phi Alpha Delta, Real Estate Law Society.
Zoo Ann Mielkc, Milwaukee. Wis.. Northwestern University. Teaching Quizmaster Daniel Abram Milewich; Dallas: University of Texas at Austin. Legal Resea ch Board.
Rex Clark Mills, San Angelo; University of Texas at Austin. Texas International Law Journal.
Preston Lee Mitchell, Auslin; Brigham Young Unverstly.
Melinda Ann Mora, El Paso; University of Texas at El Paso.
Christine Marie Mullen; Austin; Un-versity of Notre Dame. Phi Delta Phi.
Royal Lynn Mullins, Austin; East Texas Slate University. Rhonda Jean Neben, Fort Worth; Texas A M University.
Seniors — 93
VaclMnCic ly Brenda Nedd, Brooklyn. N Y ; John Jay College. Women s Law Caucus Vice President. Legal Resea-ch Boa'd. Thurgood Ma'Shall Legal Sooety Anthony Jerome Nelson, Austin. University o! Maryland. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. Art and Entertanment Law Committee Secretary-Treasurer Brian Carol Newby, Fort Worth; Texas Tech University Keith Wayne Newman, Ausl n; Vanderbilt University
Amy Ng, Austin; Un versity ol Texas at Aust n. Travis
County Women Lawyers Association
Colin Barry Osborne, San Anton o. Un versity ot Texas at
Therese Eve Painter, Austin. University of Texas at Austin, Texas Inte'natonaJ Law Journal Scholarly Publications Editor
Ronald Joseph Palmer, Pampa; Texas Tech University.
Gail Elaine Papermaster, Austin, University o( Texas at Austin. Texas Internatcnal Law Journal Articles Editor. Legal Research Board Assault and Flattery.
Fortunato G. Paredes, Austn, Un versty ot Texas at Austin.
Gina Ann Pastrano, Aust n; University ol Texas at Austin Gregory Erwin Pavlik, Austin, U S Air Fo'ce Academy.
John McDaniel Pease, Huntsville University of Texas at Austin. Mock Trial Competitions. Board ol Advocates. Kappa Alpha Kappa.
Bruce Philippe Perkine, Austin. Unive'Sity ol Texas at
Amy Jo Peterson, San Antonio; Texas A M University Mark Stephen Pfeiffer, San Antonio, University ol Texas at Austin. Hazard Journal ol Law and Pubhc Pobcy. Texas Federalist Society. Lawyers' Christ an Fellowship, intramural Sports, GearyBrice Moot Court.
David Lynn Phillips, Spring. University of Texas at Aust n. Legal Research Board. Board ol Advocates. Lawyers' Christian FeUowsh p. Federalist Sooety, Assault and Flattery
Lillian Lynette Phillips, Georgetown.Southwestern Un versity. Women's Law Caucus Secretary. American Journal ol Cnminal Law, Thurgood Marshal Legal Society. Stephen Lynn Phillips, Austin; University ol Texas at Aust n
Sarah Bess Pierce, Dallas Trinity University. Phi Delta Ptv. Legal Research Board
Jerry Dean Porter, Austin. Texas A M Unvers ty.
Velva Lasha Price, Denver. Colo.. Colorado College. Honor Council. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society Melissa L. Priest, San Antonio. Southwestern University, Lawyers' Christian FeSowsh p. Juvenile Defense Ome. Randall Alan Pulman, San Antonio. University ol Texas at Austin. Review ol Legation. Board ol Advocates. Honor Council
94 — SeniorsEliot Dean Raffkind, Amarillo. University of Texasat
Austin; Teaching Quizmaster
Brad Rock Reagan, Austin. University of Texas at Austin.
Roy James Rector, Austin; Pace College
Ann Luckett Raynaud, Houston. Leu siana State
University. Phi Delta Phi
Rebecca Jan Rhyne, Fort Worth. Uriversity of Texas at
Milton H. Riemer, Austin; Concordia Seminary.
Jerome Yoshio Roache, Wash ngton D C ; George
Washington Uriversity. American Journal of Criminal Law. Phi Alpha Delta. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society.
Melinda Allien Roberts, Austin; Vassar College. Review of Litigation. Women's Law Caucus
Daniel Glenn Routman, Mountain Brook. Ala.; University
of Texas at Austin
Charles Anthony Ruesink, San Marcos: Texas ASM University
Angela Adrienne Sagers, Dallas. Cathol c University. Mock Trail.
Andrea Mara Sargent, Edna; University of Texas at Austin. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society Secretary. Minorities Opportunities Committee. Appointments Committee. Honor Tribunal
Stephen Wayne Sathar, Austin; Texas Lutheran College.
Lawyers' Christian Fellowship.
George Donald Schauer. Corpus Christi. Texas ASM University. Boa'd cf Advocates. Phi Delta Phi. Assault and Flattery.
Gina Marie Scherer, Weatherford. University of Texas at Austin Board of Advocates. Phi Delta Phi, Mock Trial. Moot Court. Real Estate Law Society. Travis County Women Attorneys
Robert J. Schneck, Austin; Cornell College.
Joseph Robert Schneider Jr., George West; University of
Michael David Schnltxer, San Antonio; Wha-ton School Williams Lance Schuler, Houston; University of Texas ai
Royce George Scott. Perry ton; McMurry College
Rush A. Selden, Austin; Rice University. Entertainment
Nancy Ann Shaw, Austin; Emory University. Women's Law
Caucus. Real Estate Law Society
William Lawrence Shirer. Austin; Umversityof Texas at
Sheila C. Slevin, Austin; University of Texas at Austn. American Journal of Criminal Law. Assautt and Flattery. Legal Research Board, women's Law Caucus
Seniors — 95Peter John Stover, Houston; Southern Method st University. Board ol Advocates Lisa Arnita Smith, Upper Marlboro. Md . I tarvard University. American Journal ol Criminal Law. Note and Comment Editor, Thurgood Marshall Legal Society, International Law Society. Intramural Sports Robert Ray Smith, Jr., Houston. Washington and Lee University. Texas International Law Journal Symposium Editor
Stephen Blaine Smith, Dallas. R ce University. Lawyers
Christian Fellowship. Texas Federalist Socety. Texas Law Forum. Board ol Advocates
Stephen Ray Smith, Austin; Texas ASM University. Real Estate Law Society
Tracey Linn Smith, Austin. Kanas State University Jose Luis Soria, San Antonio; University ol Texas at San Antonio. Chcano Law Students Association Paula Keyser Speck, Austin; Harvard University. Texas International Law Journal. Guanajuato Club.
William Ross Spence, Houston. University ol Virgin a Donald W. Steele, Austin; University ol Texas at Austin, Texas Law Review Assocate Editor, Chancellorat Large Chris D. Stiff, Austin. Centra Missouri State University. James Alfred Stockard Jr., Dallas. Texas ASM University, Assault and Flattery. Intramural Sports
96 — SeniorsSandra Jo Streeter, Palos Verdes Estates. Calif.. Howard University. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. National Lawyers GuW. Novice Mock Trial Charles Addison Sweet, Austin: Yale University. Texas
Low Review Associate Editor. Chancellors Keeper ol the Percgnr.us.
John Gregory Taylor, Houston; Texas ASM University. Texas Law Review Associate Editor. Board ot Advocates. Elizabeth Ann Teatom, Dallas; University ol Texas at Austin. Phi Delta Phi
Michael Joseph Tomsu, Austn: University of Texas at Aust n. Intramural Sports. Intramural Council. Joint Degree Program. PhiDeltaPhi
Geraldine Tucker, Austin. University of Texas at Austin. Board of Advocates. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society Hilda Quesada Valadez, Laredo: University of Texas at Austin.
Kim Barbara Vernon, Austin; University of Texas at El Paso
Brenda Ann Wade, Austin; Indiana University; Teaching Quizmaster. Travis County Women's Lawyers Association. William Hulse Wagner, San Antonio: Trinity University. Legal Research Board Director. Phi Delta Phi Darren Charles Walker, Houston. University of Texas at Austin, Student Bar Association. I aw Week Chairman. Tenure Committee. Fnar Society
Tracy Lynn Walters, Wheeling. W.V.; University of Notre
Dame. 803rd of Advocates Publicity Director
Seniors — 97Robert Craig Warner, Austin, Texas Tech Unversity. Phi Delta Phi, Real Estate law Society Faye Denson Watson, Marshall, East Texas State University. Real Estate law Soocty. Women's law Caucus. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society. Zcta Phi Beta Nancy Evelyn Weynand, Danas. Southern Methodist University. Board o( Advocates. Environmental and Natural Resources Law Soocty. Faculty-Student Committee-Standards
Sarah Shelton White, Houston. University ol Texas at Austin.
Shirley Dalcnc Whitehurst, Pecos; Baylor University David Jed Williams, Austin. University ol Texas at Austin. John Francis Williams, Austin, University of Texas at El Paso
Stephen Juan Willis, Ausitn. University of Chicago. Phi Alpha Della. Thurgood Marshal Legal Society. Real Estate Law Society.
David Bruce Wilson, Terrell; University of Texas at Austin. Lawyers' Christian Fellowship Mary Kathryn Wilson, Austin; Rcc Umvers-ty Matthew Clayborn Witt, Austin. Texas AAM Unversity. Review of Litigation.
Todd Tracy Wong, San Antonio. Baylor University. Texas International Law Journal Executive Editor. Honor Council Charman, Student Bar Assooat on
Vicki Brewster Wood, Austin; University of Texas at Austin. Texas Law Review Admmstrativc Editor. Legal Research Board
Allison Massey Woram, Austin, Duke University Brian James Woram, Austin. Texas A M University.
Texas Law Review. Phi Delta Phi
Daniel Andrew Worsham, Austin; Texas Tech University.
Legal Research Board
Roger Gilbert Worthington, Austin; Un versity of Texas at Austin. Legal Aids, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Society.
Darron Carleton YeldelL East Elmhurst. N Y . 8oston University. Thurgood Marsha Legal Society Mario Max Yzaguirre, Brownsvlle, University of Texas at Austin. Phi Delta Phi. Real Estate Law Socety First Vice President. Appo ntments Advisory Committee. State Bar Activities Planning Committee. Intramural Sports Cheryl Dianne Zompcr, Houston; University of Houston,
98 — SeniorsDecember 1985 Graduates Not Photographed
James T. Acuff Julia P. Forrester William J. Murray
Kenneth Babcock Sarah B. Foster Anthony W. Neal
Vicki L. Behrend Saul Gonzalez II Ronald G. Pearson
Victoria L. Benitez Janessa Grady Walter W. Pfluger
Cynthia A. Blackburn David S. Green Brenda N. Phillips
Sandra N. Boone Mark C. Griege Maureen Powers
David P. Boyce Margaret P. Griffey Antoinette L. Rahm
Jon E. Brightmire Anthony C. Grigsby Virginia M. Raymond
William C. Bryant Randy J. Hall Kathy J.Shwiff
Donna L. Buell Irma D. Hernandez Robert P. Sindermann Jr.
Lee Bukstein Larry E. Hilliard Lanny A. Sinkin
John K. Burchett Philip T. Houser Scott C. Smith
Guadalupe Canales Leslie M. Howe Jeffrey A. St. Clair
Kathleen Capehart JohnR. Hurt Susan A. Stone
Rosaelena V. Cardenas John K. Ivey Bonnie Sudderth
Hector A. Casas Kenneth N. Jones Julia R. Sullivan
Virginia A. Chaffee Mary E. Kelly Jaime E. ToroMonserrate
Alfredo Chavez Debbie 1. Kleman Betty B. Torres
Sarah C. Colbert Kevin F. Lee Gregory L. Valdespino
Camille R Comeau Michael K. Lee Ruth J. Valtair
Carlos J. Contreras Adan Martinez Kevin D. VanOort
Rodolfo Cortez Jr. Fernando Martinez Patricia M. Vitch
Paul M. Crane Francine Y.McNiel Deborah J. Watson
Terri K. Eaton Margo E. Michels Bennie B. Williams
Angela M. Eaves Kimberley Mickelson Franks. Williams
Ignacio P. Estrada Zoe A. Mielke Thomas D. Williams
Mark Fierro Cristopher P. Morgan Keith G.L. Wright
Seniors —99Juan Francisco Aguilera. Eag'e Pass
University ol Texas at Austin Robert Comer Alden, Austin University ot Texas at Austin Tito Hugo Alfaro. Laredo
Patricia O'Connell Alvarez, Austin
Un.versity ol Texas at San Antonio
Thomas Ted Applewhite. Austin
Catherine Carlson Aronson. Austin
Barry Kevin Arrington, Austin
University of Texas at Arlington Bonnie Austin, Austin
University ot Texas at Austin
Kelvin Leigh Barnes, Austin
Andrews University Holly Barnett, Richardson Princeton University Gonzalo Joseph Barrientos, Austin University ol Texas at Austin Paige Carroll Beal, San Antonio Baylor University
Beniamin Brett Beaty, Houston
University of Texas at Austin Catherine Clare Bernhard, Houston University of Massachusetts Amherst Annette Irene Bernier, Austin Trinity University Michael Ray Berry, wtvtehouse University of Texas at Austin
Karin Eve Bonicoro, Austin
Un.versity of Texas at El Paso Martha Susanne Bonilla, CorpusChnsti Texas ASM University Traci Leigh Bransford, Houston
University of Texas at Austin William Buchsbaum, Houston
University of Pennsylvania
Gregory F. Burch, Austin
University of Washington Wayne Carl Byers, Sugar Land
Michael Julian Byrd, Houston
University of Texas at Austin Terry Marc Calvert, Houston
Houston Baptist University
M I D L A W
100— MidlawWalter Seth Campbell. Fort Stockton
Texas AAM University Rosalinda E. Campos. Ausltn University ot Texas at Austin Carlos Martin Carrasco, fci Paso University ot Tcxas at El Paso David Casso, McAJen Baylor University
St. James Gilpin Chambers, Austin North Carolina Central University Carla Elizabeth Charlton, Houston University ot Texas at Austin Matthew Warren Claman, Austin Colorado Coi ege Leslie Jean Clark, Austin Colorado State University
William Jerome Clay. Auslm
Universily ot Texas at Austin Merritt Albert Clements, San Antonio University ot Texas at Austin Andrew Joseph Cloutier, Duncanville University ot Dallas Aline Elizabeth Collum, Austin Mi saps College
Renee Marie Colwill, Austin
University ot Chicago
Tom Scott Conrad. Austin
University ot Texas at Dallas
Melody Hartman Cooper, Corpus Christ)
Corpus Chnsti State University
Keith Alan Courtney, Texas City
University ot Texas at Austin
Charles McLay Craig, Beaumont
University ot Texas at Austin Louis Farrell Crane Jr., Houston
Susan Rathgcbcr Cuda, Austin
University ol Dallas
Kathleen Holtcrman Cull, SanAnlonio
incarnate Word College
William C. Cunningham. Austin
University ol Texas at Austin John FitzGerald Curry. Houston University ol Texas at Austin Henry Miles Cutler III, Da as
Peter Carmine D'Apice, Austin
lona Coi ege
Midlaw — 101John Alan Davis, Austin
Southern MelhodSt University Robert Mark Davis. Austin University o! Texas at Austin Rosa Linda De La Cerda, New Braunfels Southern Methodist University Oscar De La Fuente Jr., San Benito University of Texas af Austin
Lisa Elaine Des Rosiers, Austin Texas A M University Layne Adair Deutscher, Dallas
University of Pennsylvania Darin Norris Digby, Austin University of Texas at Austin Claudia Louise Dorgan, El Paso
University of Texas at El Paso
Lisa Carol Dotin, San Anfomo
Southern Methodist University Genevieve Elizabeth Doty. San Marcos Baylor University
Sarah Elizabeth Dougharty, 8eaumont
University of Texas at Austin William Denis Dugat III, Ezzell Texas A M University
Deanne Ruth Durtee, Midland
Austin College James William Dyer, Pharr Texas A M University Victoria Lea Eastus, Dallas
Deborah Ann Edmonds, Port Neches
Stephanie Emmons, Austin
Elaine Denise Engstrom, Dallas
Texas A M University Sara Saltmarsh Evers, Austin Florida State University Laura Francis Faibish, Austin
University of Texas at Austin
Thomas Giles Farrier, Oklahoma City. Okla. Harvard University
Thomas Joseph Forestier, San Antonio
University of Texas at Austin Susan Elizabeth Foxworlh, Beaumont
University of Texas at Austin Bradley Alan Friedman, Dallas
University of Texas at Austin
102 —MidlawJohn Wilbur Galloway Jr., Beeville Texas A M University Anita Galvan, Edcouch Pan American University Joyce-Marie Garay, Dallas Yale University
Richard Benjamin Geiger, Austin
University of Texas at Austin
Roberl Henry George, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Floyd Thomas Getz, Austin Grove City College Jennifer J. Gilchrist, Austn Johns Hopkins University Cheryl Ann Godfrey, Amanlo University of Colorado
Lisa Gonzales, Corpus Chnsti Yale University
Deborah Kay Goodell, Austin Texas ASM University Lanalta Ann Goodlet, Austin
Texas Tech University Susan Irene Goodman, Austin
Southern Oregon Stale College
Midlaw — 103M I D L A W
Joseph Vincent Gote, Austin
University ot Delaware Mattye Ann Gouldsby, Hooks University ot Texas at Austin Jonathan Park Graham, Austin
David Alan Greenblatt, Dallas
University of Pennsylvania
Gary M. Grossenbacher, San Antonio
University of Texas at Austin Linda Guadarrama, Seguin Un.versity of Texas at Austin Rosalinda Guerrero. San Antonio Texas Lutheran College Lars Gunnar Gustafsson, Austin University of Alabama
Anne Lenoir Hamman, Houston
Un.vers ly of Virginia Susan Jo Haney. Austin Un.versity of Texas at Austin Laura Eline Hannusch, Friendswood University of Texas at Austin Robert Lawrence Hargett. Plano University of Texas at Austin
Ann Hartley, Austin
Lisa Bounds Harwell, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Sharia Sue Hays, Sherman University of Texas at Austin Timothy John Heinrich, Houston
Sandra Kay Helm, Waco
University of Texas at Austin
Louis Edward Herrera, Albuquerque. N M.
University ol Notre Dame
Nelly Rosaura Herrera, Austin
St Mary’s University
Jack Bremer Hicks, Austin
University of Virginia
Cynthia Lynn Hill, Austin
University ol Texas at Austin Mmam Eliza Hiser, Daias Wesleyan University Joan Dee Holland. Del Valle University ol Texas at Austin John Gregory Holloway, Dallas Roe University
104 —MidlawJames Louis Hordern Jr., Marshall
Massachusetts institute o( Technology Marsha Ann Houston, Dallas University ol Texas at Arlington Jo Ann Howard, Texarkana Abilene Christian University James Gregory Hudson, Odessa University ol Texas at Austin
Richard Lee Hunn, Round Rock
University ol Texas at Austin Ronald Edward Ingalls. Austin Stephen F. Austin State University James Milford Itin, Austin
University ol Texas at Austin
Don Roger Janssen, Syracuse. Neb.
University ol Nebraska
Jean Thcrcse Janssen, Victoria
Southwestern University David Bret Jeffus, Austin University ol Texas at Austin Benjamin David Joffee, Austin
Cynthia Rosalie Johnson, Austin Southern Methodist University
Dorothy Ann Johnson, Austin
Texas A M University
Letitia Claire Johnson, Beaumont
William James Jonas III, San Antonio
Wash gion and Lee University William Owen Juvrud, El Paso
University ol Texas at Austin
David Joseph Kaplan, Austin
University ol Texas at Austin Karen Lynn Kellctt, Menrietto Texas ASM University Charles Scott Kinzel, Austin Texas A M University at Galveston Mitchell Reed Kreindler, Dallas University ol Texas at Austin
Erica Lee Krennerich, Austin
Texas A M University Katly Karlenc Kruger, Cuero Texas A M University Bonner Anderson Kyle, Houston
Dartmouth College Trann L. Lackey, Portland
Texas A M UniversityGeorge Terry Lee, Dallas
Theodora Rochelle Lee, Dates
Kent Mason Leediker, Austin
Southwestern University Monica Lynn Letter, Plano
Brigham Young University
Robert Don Lohbeck, Houston
New Mexico State University Lucinda Marie Lopez, Corpus Christi University ol Texas at Aust«
Lisa Katheryn Lord, Austin
Sarah Crittenden Lord, Fort Worth
University ol Texas at Austm
Jose Angel Lujan, Aushn
University of Buenos Aires Forrest Dean Lumpkin, Aust University ol Texas at San Antonio Pascual Madrigal Jr., Austin University ot Texas at Austin Stephen Claiborne Mah8fley, Spring University ol Texas at Austin
Russell Wayne Malm, Lylord
University ol Texas at Austin Roger L. Mandel, Austin University ot Texas at Austin Jorge Ariel Mariscal, Austin Southern Methodist University James Edward Masek, Arlington University of Texas at Arhngton
Timothy Jon Mattson, Austn
Iowa State University Jeffrey Lang Maurice, Fort Worth University ol Texas at Austin Catherine Anne Mauzy, Austin University of Texas at Austin Jane Elizabeth McDonald, La Porte Rice University
Michael Scott McDonald, Austin
University ol Texas at El Paso Mary McGarity, Gonzales Trinity University Gavin Hugh Mclnnis, Austin University ol Houston Linda Ruth Meltzer, Dallas BrandeiS University
106 — MidlawDavid Elliott Miller, Des Moines. Iowa University of Texas at Austin Behrooz Moghaddam, Ausln University of Wisconsm Madison Michael Anthony Morell, McAllen University of Texas at Austin Gloria Elisa Moreno, Houston University of Texas at Austin
Tonya Lynn Moten, Las Vegas. Nev University of Pennsylvania John Todd Muir, Wichita Fals Texas Christian University Susan Renee Musel, El Paso Miami University Diana Navarro, Austin Laredo State University
Cheryl Nelson, Grover
Texas Tech University Lisa Jean Neumann, Aransas Pass University of Texas at Austin Judith Ellen Northcutt, McAllen University of Texas at Austin John HaleO'Herren, Friendswood Sam Houston State University
James Joseph Ormiston, Austin
St. Mary's University
Paul David Palmer, Kingsville
Clay David Peebles, Austin
Texas Christian University
Karen Harder Pennington, Pflugervile
West Texas State University
Richard Dale Penry, Austin Sam Houston State University Roger Anthony Perez, San Antonio
University of Texas at Austin Henry August Petri, Austin
Hal Fleming Pickett, San Antonio St Mary's University
Kip Underhill Poe, Sweetwater University of Texas at Austin John Kenneth Popham, Georgetown Texas Christian University Jeffrey Brent Pownell, Houston Baylor University Bruce Everett Priddy, Plano University of Texas at Austin
107David Colwell Pritchett, Austin Oral Roberts University Evelyn Jean Pulliam, Houston
Southern Methodist University Judy Ponder Qadim'asil, Austin
David Jim-Mun Quan, Houston
University ol Texas at Austin
Elsa Yvette Ransom, Houston
Eric John Frederick Rcdwinc. Burleson
Dartmouth College William Thomas Reeder Jr„ Austin Univer ly ol Texas at Austin Stephen Conrad Reid III, Friendswood
Texas A M Un versity
Sharon Diane Reuler, Danas
University ol Texas at Austin Carole Louise Riggs. Austin Texas A M University Robert Louis Riley, El Paso University ol Texas at El Paso Edward Steven Riquelmy, Houston Rice University
Sherry Lynn Roberts. Midland
Texas Tech University Hector Robert Rodriguez, Austin Urwersity ol Texas at Austin Ramon Serafin Rodriguez Jr., McAllen
University ol Texas at Austin Xavier Rodriguez, San Antonio
Charles Leonard Rolf, Houston
Wesleyan University Vicki Brown Rowan, Austin
East Carolina University James Patrick Ruiz, San Antonio University ol Texas at San Antonio Patrick Russell. Austin
Pan American University
Jaime Arturo Saenz, Roma
University ol Texas at Austin Rafael Salas. El Paso University of Texas at EiPaso Travis James Sales, Houston University ol Texas at Austin Gloria Magdalena Salinas. Mesquite Howard Payne University
ms — MidlawSuzanna Odette Sanchez, Dallas University ot Texas at Arlington Felicia Morrine Sanov, Gladewaler University ol Da las James Edwin Saunders, Lockhart Hardin Simmons University Thomas Gardner Savage, Austin Southern Methodist University
Lisa Deann Schatruth, Austin University of Texas at Austin Lauri Janet Schneidau, Austin University of Texas at Austin John Ray Shepperd, Austin University of Texas at Austin Marc Tiller Shivers, Austin Brown University
Larry Leigh Shosid, Dallas University of Texas at Austin David Alton Sibley, Houston Rice University
Norma Angelica Sierra, El Paso University of Texas at Cl Paso Stephen Russell Simmons, Austin North Carolina State University
Mary Esther Slay, Duncanv lic
University of Texas al Austin Doris Virginia Smith, Austin University of Chicago Gregory Duane Smith, Austin Baylor University Keith Marlow Sorge, Austin University of Northern Colorado
Emily Ann Stacy, Richardson University of Texas at Austin Charles Frank Stanfield, Plano University of Texas at Austin Barbara Diane Stansfield, Austin Rice University David Paul Stanush, Austin University of Texas at Austin
John Marfc Stern, Hutto University of Texas at Austin Rita Jean Stevens, Wichita Falls
Midwestern Slate University Patrick Francis Sullivan, Austin Miami University
Johnny Keane Sutton, Houston University of Texas at Austin
109Edward Waller Swanson, Austin
Marc Whitman Taubenfeld, Dallas
Stewart Hyer Thomas. Dallas
University of the South
James Connor Thompson, Austin
University of Dallas
Jerry Dale Threet, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Carleen Celeste Tindell, Austin
Martin Glenn Torres, El Paso
University of Texas at Austin Robin Beth Toubin, Brenham
University of Texas at Austin
Matthew Lindsay Trevena, Austin
Ancona State University Alex Stephen Trevino, Austin University of Texas at Austin Elizabeth Bosworth Ulmer, Houston
Helen Oonely Valkavich, Austin
Michael Wayne Vanderburg, Powderty
Texas ASM University
Emery Lawrence Vincent, Port Arthur
Greg Alan Waldrop, Lamesa
University of Texas at Austin Michael Jerry Watts, Port Arthur
University of Texas at Austin
David Weinberg, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Michael Owen Weinberg, Seabrook University of Texas at Austin Jefferson William Wigley, Houston
University of Texas at Austin Anthony Wilson, Austin
Lawrence Paul Wilson, Austin
Lubbock Christian College
Jennifer Lynn Wimpey Austin
University of Iowa
Harlin Clyde Womble Jr., Austin
Texas A l University
John Futrell Wombwell, Lexington, Ky
University of Kentucky
Mary Amelia Abbott, Houston
Emory University Gustavo L. Acevedo, Laredo
Charles Vincent Akins, El Paso University of San Diego Phillip Lee Allbritten, Dallas
Oklahoma Slate University
A. Boone Almanza, Austin
Houston Baptist University Eric Amoako, West Africa University of Ghana Daniel Mel Anderson, Austn
St. Olaf College
Lisa Denise Anouilh, Houston
University of Texas at Austin
Paul Issac Aronowrtz, Austin
University o( Texas at Austin Betty Ruth Arvin, Fort Worth Texas Christian University Kathryn Sabrina Austin. Austin University of Virginia Thomas Mitchell Bacon, Arlington Northeast Louisiana University
Matthew Royden Bair, Houston
Richard Guy Baker, Anahuac
University of Texas at Austin
Timothy Herman Bannwolf, San Antonio
David Gregory Barbutti, San Angelo
Universily of Texas at Austin
Edward Mark Barcus, Austin
Elizabeth Emily Barlow, Austin
University ol Delaware Joan Theresa Barnes, Austm Duke University James Rex Barnett, Austin
Bruce Joseph Barron, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Samuel Earl Bassett, San Antonio University of Texas at Austin John Davis Bedingfield, Garland University of Texas at Dallas Paul Edward Begala, Austin University of Texas at Austin
12 — Fresh lawJean Bell, Beaumont University of Texas at Austin William Stephen Benesh, Austin University of Texas at Austin Kurt Jesse Berney, Austin University of Arizona Gisela Rosanna Blohm, Houston Rice University
Michael Lyle Bloomston, Birmingham. Ala University of Texas at Austin Kathryn Jean Boccella, Houston University of Texas at Austin Candice Elaine Bocock, Austin University ot Virgne Roger Blane Borgelt, Austin University ot Texas at Austin
Gerald Vincent Bright, Dallas
University ot Texas at Austin Kenneth Chaim Broodo, Dallas Universiiy of Texas at Austin Jonetta Lyn Brooks, Garland East Texas Slate University Chuck Ragan Brown, Pasadena University ol Texas at Austin
Diane Lee Brown, Austin
University of Texas at Arlington Jo-Christy Brown, Austin Texas Tech University Daniel Matthew Burns, Austin Oklahoma State University Gerry Mitchell Caffey, Austin Abilene Christian University
Simone Bridgette Capers, Houston
Gramblmg State University Glenn George Capps, Austin University of Texas at Austin Paul David Carmona, Dallas Princeton University Veronica Marie Carmona, Dallas Pnnccfon University
Albert Acuna Carrion, Austin
Univeisity of Texas at Austin Jeffrey Lynn Carter, Austin University of Texas at Austin Lynn Ellen Carter, San Marcos Texas Tech University James Henry Cheatham, Killeen Northeast Missouri State University
Frcshlaw— 113Chris Alan Choate, Austin
John Daniel Christian, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Peter Ian Clarke, Austin Liverpool Polytechnic Robert Kent Clay, Searcy. Ark. Harding University
Scott Monroe Clearman, Austin Southwestern University Charles Buren Cliett Jr., Austin Miss ssippi State University John Robert Cohn, Fort Worth University of Texas at Austin Daniel Kevin Connolly, Houston Trinity University
Geoffrey Scott Connor, Winters Southwest Texas State University Celestina Lopez Contreras, Austin
University of Texas at San Anton o Mary Jean Cowherd, Aust n Un vers ty of Southern California Jordan Wade Cowman, Austin
University of Texas at Austin
Bias Jimenez Coy Jr., Auslm University of Texas at Austin Robert Randall Crane, McAllen
University of Texas at Austin Joel Norris Crouch, Denton Southern Methodist University Catherine Anne Crowley, San Antonio Southern Methodist University
Sarajane Cuthbertson, Austin
Oklahoma State University
Christopher Michael Daniels, Miwaukee. Wis.
University of Wisconsm Mad son
Micky N. Das, Houston
University of Texas at Austin
Susan Lynn Davenport, Richardson
University of Texas at Austin
Etta Mae Davidson, Galveston University of St Thomas Elizabeth Anne Davis, Austin Capital University Joanna Kay Davis, Cleburne Texas Christian University Veronica De La Garza, El Paso Texas Tech University
114 — KreshlawMargaret Ann Donahue, Austr University of Wisconsin Randall Craig Doubrava, Austin University of Texas at Austin Michael B. Doyle, Houston University of Texas at Austin David Erwin Dunham, Fort Wort’; Vanderbilt University
Scott Anthony Durtee, Lewisville University of Texas at Austin Mark Neil Earle. Austin
Southwest Texas State University Deece Eckstein, San Antonio St Mary's University Mark George Einfalt. Round Rock University of California. Santa Barbara
Martha Ellen Eisenlohr, Dallas
Kathy Lynn Eltett, Austin
University o! Texas at Austin
Kathleen Chrisly Engel, Northampton. Mass.
Michael Joseph Fadus, Austin Boston University
Armando Falcon Jr.. Austin Harvard University L. Brent Famey, Pflugerville
Southwestern University John Stewart Fason, Houston University ot Texas at Austin Flora Ann Fearon, 8ay Shore. N.Y Queens College
Rachel Ann Fefer, Houston North Texas State University Mary Alice Fejfar, Austir Washington University James Warren Fields, Port Arthur Lamar University Luis Enrique Fierros. Austin University of Texas at San Antono
Kari Elizabeth Findley. .akeCharles. La. Rice University Jaime Luis Flores, Laredo University of Texas at Austin Adrienne Melanie Friedman, Austin University of Texas at Austin Fred Eric Fryar, Midland University of Arizona
Joseph Ernest Fults, Nacogdoches Stephen F Austin State Unvers ty Patrick Eugene Gaas, Rosenberg Texas A M University Irene Navin Gajjar, Plano University of Americas Raymond Edward Gallaway, Somerset Texas ASM University
Elena Martinez Gallegos, Austin
University of Northern Colorado William Bernell Gammon, Austin University of Texas at Austin Jennifer Anne Gehrt, Austin
Shannon Gilbert, Fort Worth
David Lynn Giles, Missouri City Southwestern University Ann Marie Gill, Houston University of Texas at Austin Stephen Matthew Gilmore. Segum Arkansas PolytecnnicafUniversity Amelia Louise Gocial, Austin University of Texas at Arlington
Glen Martin Green, Amarillo
Southern Utah State College Tracy Greer, Houston Brown University John Graham Greytok, Houston
University ol Texas at Austin Carl Daniel Gustafson, Austin
University of Texas at Austin
Patricia Funderburke Hagen, Houston North Texas State University Janet Kay Haldeman, Dallas
Jon Lawson Hall, Friendswood
University ol Texas at Austin
Sylvia Fay Hardman, Mt Clemens. Mich.
University of Michigan
Bryan Keith Harris, Corpus Christi
Baylor University Milton Scott Heath, Austin New Mexico State University James Todd Hedgepeth, Austin Texas A M University Charles Minor Helm, Waco University of Texas at Austin
6 — FrcshlawFreddie Hernandez, QolRio
University of Texas at Austin Robert Hernandez, San Antonio University of Texas at Austin Bruce Conrad Herzog, Austin Yate University
Erik Gustaaf Heymann, Houston
Kay Allison Higgins, Austin
Texas A M University Mark Hallie Holland, Austin University of Texas at Dallas Mary Lise Hooks, Kfngwood Harvard College Barbara Ann Horan, Greenville Southwestern University
Richard Alexander Houston, Austin
Unvorsity of Texas at Austin Frederick George Howard Jr., Austin Stanford University John Loring Howard Jr., Houston
William Russell Hubbarth, Aust n
University of Texas at Austin
D. Craig Hughes, Houston
Rice University Sheri Louise Hull, Austin University of Florida Carolyn Hurt. Dallas Southern Methodist University Dallas Bruce Hutton, Houston Houston Baptist Un versity
Par Birger Jansson, Austin
University of Houston Andrew Leon Jefferson, Houston University of Texas at Austin Carol Ann Jenson, Pearland University of Texas at Austin John Wayne Johnson, Austin Lou isiana State Un versity
Richard J. Joseph, Dallas
Oxford University Jeannie Anita Kaess, Austin University of Connecticut Lowell Adams Keig, Plano Tnnily University Amy Keith, Austin Colorado College
Fresh law — 117Ruth Moore Kclleher, San Antonio
Alison Diane Kennamer, Nacogdoches
Resa Jo Kerns, Austin
Kanasa State University
Jamie Sheffield King, Fort Scott. Kan
University ol Kansas
Steven George King, Austin
University ol Notre Dame
Solace Huntington Kirkland, Houston
Lisa De Long Klapp, Austin
University ol Texas at Austin Susan N. Koegel, Belhesda. Md
Jerry Van Kyle Jr.. Houston
Colorado College Mary Miles Landrum, McAllen Southern Methodist University Daniel McNeel Lane Jr.. Austin
John Henley Langmore, San An Ion o
University o Texas at Austin
Christopher Mark Laskay, Georgetown
Sharon Marie Lawrence. El Paso
University ol Denver
Jill Anne Lawrie, San Angelo
University ol Texas at Austin Karyn Mimi Lee, Richardson
University o' Texas at Austin
Tamara Liane LeFevre, Houston
Southern Methodist University
Susan Ellen Leonard, Downers Grove. Ill
University of Illinois
Robert Charles Lindley, Dallas
University ol Texas at Austin
Frederick Douglas Lofton, El Cerrito. Calf.
University ol Caiilorma, Berkeley
Jeffrey Kayne Logan, Austin
University ol Texas at Austin
Lynnellc Loke. Austin
University ol Houston — Clear Lake
Thomas Fredrick Loose, Da as
Leticia Lopez, Edinburg
3an American University
IX — Fresh lawGretchyn Ernst Lubkeman, Georgetown
Stephen Walter Macnoll, Dallas
University of Texas at Austin
Kathleen Derks Mahoney, Austin
University of Kansas
Irene Manautou, Brownsville
University of lexas at Austin
Sharon Lynn Mansfield, New Braunfels
Louisiana Tech University
Donald Hudgins McClure, Sugar Land
Texas ASM University
James P. McCollom Jr., Beeville
John Bruce McDonald, College Station
University of Texas at Austin
Cary Lee McDougal, Sherman Baylor University
Charles Edward Meacham, McAllen
University of Texas at Austin Kevin James Meek, Dallas Texas ASM University Robin Beth Meyer, Aust n University of Texas at Dallas
Melvin E. Mills, Austin
St. Edward's University Debra Ann Molock, Mabank East Texas State University Julia Frances Moore, Austin University of Texas at Austin Thomas Peter Moore, Kingwood Stanford University
Gregory J. Morris, Austin University of Nevada — Las Vegas Brenda Sue Moseley. Harlmger University of Texas at Austin Kirsten Julie Murphy, Austin Texas ASM University Claudia Nadig, San Antonio Smith College
M. Steve Nagle, Austin University of Flonda Martin John Navarro, San Antonio University of Texas at San Antonio Donald West Neal Jr., Austin U S. Air Force Academy Elizabeth Negron, Ausfm University of Texas at Austin
FrcshlawPaul Kenneth Nesbitt, Dallas
Sabra Camille Newell, San Antonio
Umvcfsity of Texas at Austin Robert Hiroshi Nichols, Aust )
Oho State University Shari Lynn Nichols, Austin University of Texas at Austin
Erieigh Norville, Kaufman
Texas Tech University
Thomas Clark O'Bannon, Austin
University of Oklahoma
Robert Daniel O'Conor, Laredo
University of Texas at Austin
Peter Graham Olson, Newtown. Conn.
Randall Carroll Owens, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Theodore William Paris, Austin Corpus Chnsti State University John Christopher Partridge, Houston University of Texas at Austin Maury Isaac Passman, Austin University of Texas at Austin
George Howard Pazdral, Austin
University of Texas at Austin Michael Anthony Pearle, Richardson University of Texas at Austin Stanley Hopkins Peavy III, Graham St Mary's University Thomas Craig Pelto, Austin University of Michigan
Joel Perez, Laredo
University of Texas at Austin Michael Ray Perkins, Austin Abilene Christian University Neal Philip Pfeiffer, Austin University of Texas at Austin Robert Lee Pitman, Fort Worth Abilene Christian University
Leon Aryeh Polott, Houston
Susan Margaret Ponce, Arlington
University of Texas at Arlington Karra Jean Porter, Scranton. Kan Kansas State University Sherie Marie Potts, Houston
University of Texas at Austin
120 — Frcshlaw
Mary Catherine Powell, Austin University ol Texas at Austin James Arthur Price Jr., Austin University ot Texas at Austin Lance Alan Price, Dallas University of Texas at Austin Matthew Brian Probus, Plano University of Texas at Austin
Michael Maurice Probus Jr., Austin
University of Dallas
Bonnie Marion Prosser, San Anton©
University of Texas at Austin Mark Charles Prugh, Austin U.S Mlitary Academy Bart Norval Pruitt, Lubbock
Lubbock Christian College
Brian Anthony Quintero, Houston Rice Un.versity
Kathleen Quiroz, San Antonio Yale University
Beverly Gayle Reeves, Austin
University of Texas at Austn Michael David Reyna, San Antonio Trinity University
Michelle Elaine Robberson, Austin University of Texas at Austin William Edward Robbins, Austin East Texas State University Deborah Lynne Robertson, Aust© University of Texas at Arlington Katherine Alice Robinson, Kingston. N Y SUMY at Buffalo
Laur8 Rose Robinson, Danas Wheaton Coliege Carol Rodriguez, Austin Yale University
Luther James Rollins, St Lou s. Mo.
University of Chcago Marica Elaine Romberg, Austin University of Texas at Austin
Susan Romo, Austin St Mary 's University Martha Mary Rose, Austin Texas ASM University Esther Rose Rosenblum. Austin University ol Texas at Austin Robert Jay Rosemblum, Austin Universily of Blinois
Frcshlaw— 121Abraham Isaac Rubinsky, Brownsville
University of Texas at Austin John Gevan Russell, Austin University of Delaware Jay Kevin Rutherford, Knox City Texas Tech University Gina Lee Schaar, Dallas University of Virginia
Dean Aaron Schaffer, Austin
Baylor University Cynthia Ann Schnedar, Austin University of New Mexico Robert F. Schneider Jr., Austin
University of Texas at Austin Holty Joy Schreier, Fort Worth
Debbie Michelle Scott, Memphis. Tenn Princeton University Joseph Bruce Scrafford, Austin Montana Stale University Jeffery Janar Shaver, Lmdale Baylor University
Jonathan Alan Siegel, San Antonio
University o? Texas at Austin
Deri Diane Smith, Austin
University of Texas at Austn
Joshua Alexander Smith, Grand Prairie
Southern Methodist University
Kent Royce Smith, Austin
Abilene Christian University
Robert Ted Smith Jr.. Houston
University of Texas at Austin
Todd Alan Smith, Bedford
Southern Methodist University Sharon Elizabeth Sneed. Coleman Texas ASM University Lauren Kay Specht, Marion Texas ASM University Kyle Dedrick Stallones, Tombell Texas ASM University
Frank Rodrick Stamey, Abilene
Faith Sheila Steinberg, Austin
Mark Mayfeild Stetler, San Antonio
Susan Leslie Strawn, Houston
P inceton University
122 — FrcshlawSteven Mark Stricklin, Pasadena University o' Texas at Austin Russell Whitfield SuHivan. Austin Baylor University
Ronald Lawrence Sussman. Dallas
Universityof Texas at Austin Enn Elizabeth Sweeney, Austin University of Texas at Austin
Holly Suzanne Taebel, Arlington University of Texas at Austin Marlin Scott Tate, Tampa. Ha Furman University Micheal Terry Tatum, Odessa University of Texas at Austin Laurie Maniotis Taylor, Siephenville Tarleton State University
Raymond Lawrence Thomas, Presidio St Mary's University Susan Kay Thompson, Austin Texas Christian University Katherine Kay Thomson, Austin Texas ASM University Polly Thorne, Austin Austin College
Catherine Tinker, Houston Universityof Texas at Austin Mark Blair Toubin, Austin Emory University
Gary Allen Touchstone, Houston
Texas ASM University
Gisela Danette Triana, Helotes
University of Texas at San Antonio
Mark Thomas Troutman, Austin Abilene Christian University Michael Joseph Tucker, Austin University of Texas at Austin Tracy Neil Turner, Great Bend, Kan Kansas State University Margaret Freda Uhlig, Austin Benedictine College
David Dirck Van Tassel Jr., Austin University of Texas at Austin Paul Christian Velte IV, Fort Worth North Texas State University John Edward Vick Jr., Austin Tarleton State University Hermes Villarreal, McAllen Pan American University
123Gregory Lee Vint, Houston
Guy Irvin Wade III, Houston
University ot Texas at Austin Jeffrey Louis Wade, Austin University of Texas at Austin Darcel Walker, Dallas
Prame View A M University
Geri Renee Walker, Temple
University ol Texas at Austin Mary Judith Walker, Austin Western Maryland Co”ege Laurie Ann Weiss, Austin University ot Kansas Ronnie Dewayne Wesley, KiBeen Baylor University
Bruce Terrill Wieder, Austin
Stephen Gerard Wilcox, Amar.llo
Texas Tech University
Edward LaPorte Wilkinson Jr., Austin
Angela Fay Williams, Virgma Beach Va.
University ol Virginia
Rosemary R. Williams, Austin
Texas Tech University Nelda Louise Wilson, Alice University of Texas at Austin Russell Park Wilson, Dallas
Rice University Renee Wittlif, Richmond
Houston Baptist University
Lawrence Leonard Woodman III, Robstown
Corpus Christ! State University
Richard Baskin Word, Aust n
University ot Texas at Austin
Roslyn Rhunette Wright, Austin
Janice Suzanne Young, Spring
Texas Tech University
Loye Wayne Young Jr., Austin
University ol Texas at Austin Donna Patricia Zinke, Conroe
University ol Texas at Austin
124 — h'rcshlawAh, to be a freshlaw again. As these pictures show, the freshlaw year is the best year of your life. Who could forget the parties, first year exams, the memos and briefs, the late hours, and most importantly. the friends that you make. This page is dedicated to the freshlaw experience.
126 — FreshlawINDEX ADS
Index Ads— 127A 1986 Peregrinus Yearbook Index
Abbott Mar, Ameta 112 Board o' Artrecetr 30 Coter . Buddy 84
Acevedo. Octavo looped Oobbrtt Phap Chase 60 CoMn AlnrFUabath ». 101
Acosta Sytasaf 33 Boctela. Kathryn Jean 113 Cota Renee Marc 101
Acltates Boccck,C ndceFtarr 113 Conner Jeffrey Martin 30.37. 48.87
Adamson Money 37.84 Boechman Jimrs Watece 5.52.86 Centro ,. Dante Keen 114
Ag uteri Jam F rarvcnco flotire . Draws Connor Grey re. Seen 114
Af cm. Carahyn florae. Karen Pallcn 32.47.56 Conrad. Tens Scott 101
AkfiA Chart: Veecnl 33.112 Bctesam. Lour Kart 86 Contreras Cteattma Lopej 114
AUtcon. Gjbermc 37 Boncoro. Karts Fvc . 55.100 Coo T rvwrt 87
AlJavc Barbara A Bcnha Martha S.Aarre 100 Cocke. Candace Orattete 29. 87
AW . Robed Comet S3 100 Borne. Sardra ha-wser . 86 CooL Mar, Jare 83
Ataman. Siianal BogcN Rogr Blare 35 42.113 Cocper Mrbdy Madman X. :B 44. 47. 101
AJnande Je'trey Cteh 32.53.ee Bragaknc Je" Cotorsado F4a 78
Allato. lAoMjgo 100 Brand . 8 CourVey. Ke h AUr. 101
Alger, Jjtena Jo, 48,86 Brans c d. Tract legh 28.54.100 Ccvarglon. Ow 54
A .Hen, F . lp Lee 112 Bmcdteve. Srethcn Dewayne Cowan. Jare Lours
AJtacr.. W«ham 77 Orel. Thomas AJa-n CcwhmJ Mw, an 114
Almarja AJt 1 Boone 117 BrdQes. Barbara .78 Ccvrman. Jordan Wade 114
Alpeil Rchard Brad 30.86 Bnght. GetaW Vncent 113 CcyBlas JmereiJr ..114
Alvarado Mat. 34 Brcmme. Jetfrey Sccll 32.53.86 Crag Oade Mclay .... 101
Ahvare . At 1 jro An torso ■ 86 Broodo. Kerrelh Owen Crane LounFane Jr
Ahare , Paine .a 0 Come 37.51.100 Broos, JoncIU Lyn 113 Crane. Rota.1 Rarda 114
Acret can Jx.mil c Crmeol Law 28 Broussard Cheryl RAa 86 Crostry MJe Srtan 87
Amoaho. Enc .... 54.112 Blown Artificer, 28.54 Crouch Jee' hayrrs 114
Arderscn. Da-tel ted 112 Brcwn Oi J Rajan CrcwV’y. Calhrvne Anne
Ardcrtcn. Davd A 60 Breves Dane Lee 55.113 CuauMl.Lda 78
Arderscn. Gwyn 78 Blown JoChnsty 55,113 Cuda. Susan Ralhgrtar 101
Argln. Money Jjslre 86 Brown. Sharon Cerate 54.87 Cul Kalhtaen McLleiman 101
AnonVt.Liu Demse Brown. Vrvsan Ojrrb»rlin.) U« luel Shawn 87
Apptewh.tc. Them Tod 34.100 BrJI. IteddM. 61 Cunrsngham Wdam 58
Aten . Debts 79 Rjchstajrs. 'Warn Cunrsngham. Wteam C
Anted. Dana fac 83 Bu ord. Kevin Ardrew Cur cay. Davd Scott 87
AtomwK, F'oJ hay 112 Bur S-rrctie M 87 Cuny. John F ilhgrvaW
Aromcn. Calhetne Carlton 47.100 Bortach. Fdward Donald ..... 51.87 114
A nrgtoo. Batty Kevn 100 Botch Gregory Franc«. 53,103 101
Arwn, Belt, ftjlh AaftMxr. MaA A n .fred Assaon red Flattery Airttn. Bonnie Ajslrn Kathryn Sabrna B Baade. Man W. 112 79 76 .. 26.29 100 54 112 CO Bum Dane!Matthew Boma.FredenchWrsghl Bum . Margaret Ann Budcn MaryA Byers Waytw Carl Byrd. Mchtael J Jsan c Cabalteo. Ja n Bee. no 8.87 5187 78 51,100 100 87 D Cabney.Dan Dahls trem. W4tem Stephen Dante . Chrnlophte Michael Danlhler.Eva Jean. D'Apcc, FVSer Carmne. Oar»cw, Douglas Mated ... 79 87 41. 114 54.56.88 28.101 88 114
Bacon. Ihomo Michel 112 Calfey Gerry MUchHI 113 «
Batjncllo Am» EUabeih 47.86 Catn. Palma 114
Bar. Matthew Rcyden 112 Callahan Peggy S2 88
Bake . totted Guy 112 Calmewe. Karen Renee 114
Banrrwoh. Trrtehy Merman CaMed.TcnyMarc 8 88
Bartoilti. DavdGreQOry 112 Came be Wallet Seih .. 101 Cavrs. E ihabeth Ame 46.55.114
Bat co . Edward Man 112 Campos Ry.a rda F 114
Bardte. Jama Gentr, 86 Canlt. Fdde
Bathaj. Steven 78 Capers. Sancnc Brdgelle 102
Badow. E Uaboth Emiy 112 Cappn CJtann George 113
Batrdl Re hard V 60 Cardenas, Adam N 87 De La Cerda. Rosa Lada 102
Same Andy 78 Cardtnas T Yvrene. 83
Barnes Jean There 112 Carrrcna Pail Davd 113 114
flame Ketasn legh 42.100 Carmona Veronca Mane 33.55.113 de b Tcja. Magdalena M .. . w
Barnett McbyP ■ 37,51. » Carrasco Cados Marin 101
Barnett Jarre Re. 41. 112 Camon Abed Acuna 113 Oerta TVUPN
Bar rsenlo . Gcniao Jo ice 33 100 Carson. Lo« j» CUrMurm 1 61 Ocs Rcacrs. Lna Elaase
Barton. 8rjc« Joseph 35.37.112 Carter. Je'f rey Lyna. 113 Dec Be hot. Layne Ads 46.102
Ba ett. SamoelEatl 112 Carter. Lynn Elan DcN MchacILw 32.53.88
Balctxtdet.Mar. 40 Casvd,. Charle Brian 42.87 55
Beaehtey PrersetiRuth 47.86 Casio. Davd 51.101 Dgtfy.Oannhtens VO?
100 CaiVrwii RjbenV ..33
Beaty. Ffenywrwt Btcll 100 Oambar . Si Jarre G c«n.. 101 Dotncn. Casey LcGale 56.88
Bnc-er.OeDraLce 86 Chanctdws
Bedtested. XT'n Cavd 112 Chwidle . Brartoe Mata 87 Dotar . Robad Alan 30.88
Bedsore. Brenda 78 Charlton Carta EUabalh ..30.51.101 Dcmngue. Gcadre Cacete
HegaU. PaJ Fdwad 112 Chava Saundna Renaa. .. .. .30.48.87 Donegueh. Das d
Be . Jean 113 Cheatham. Jam Itanry M Domr» i h. Judy 82
Be . Mary Louse 46 86 Chemet. Jacob .... Donahue. Margaret Am
BeAam,, flartrar a 64 Chair,. Jchn Bcndjrant 87
Br«e PaiC IV 42 Ch ano taw Student Assoculcn 33 Donadscn. Si , 82
B »fsf WbamSlefbo.n 48.113 OiifTifc Li%a(ien 87 Dorgan CXaxte LOurse 102
Bannett. Diwd Mas 86 Choate. Chris Alan 114 28.86
Bets tr,. Florence 53 Christen Jchn Dante 114 Dot n. Late Card 102
Betn.il Jo Anne 33 Ovagn. Mthael J Doty. GeveweveFteabath
Be nr,. Kiri Jew . ..113 Claman. Mithsrw Warren 51. Ml Doubt ava. Randa Gag 115
Bernhard. Cither ne Clare 3 . W0 Oars Lcsle Jean 30 47.101 Dougharhy. SaraFteabaih
Hemet, Amalie aenr 100 (Aarre. PctctUn Doyta. Frank Alan
Oetry. WM Bay 100 Cl ,. Rohed Kent 114
Btvtedjc Dowd Jarre 86 CAry. W bam Jerome . 54.101 Drisco . Vegesa Mare
Brvl.C Orwayrte 56 Ctearrrvan. Scott Monroe Cnjrryrscrsl, Jo"
Bdtd Robert F 5i (Jements. Met rill AJbed 101 Dugai WaumDcnrs It
Batman. Bern Earn 86 Ctett. Charlaa Buren Jr 114
fledste.Len 34 Cloutier. Andrew Joseph 34.101 28.45)88
Brigham Wlsam Mom Jt 38.86 Ctbb.Gary 54.56 Durham. Davd F rwm
Bum . Rena 82 CocNan. Jm 28
0Uc». F rederch Eugene 86 Cochran. Kan 51 DjdM. Deanna Ruth
(ttack. Robert Andrew 37.86 Cog wtel. Hedy Duta . Seen Anthorr,
Btohm Gtsela Rosanna 113 Cchn JchnFfcOert 114 Dural. Pat ..52
ttocmslcn Mr fret I ita 113 Condmaj. Momva 41.5156 Dyer. Dawd Bnan
BljmenreM. Jean Bee 53 86 CcWer Gary Wa se 87 Dye . James W tern
E4 te. Mart Me 115
Fas An, Vctonalea .55
Ecfc 1e«i.Oeece «,115
Fdeseeds. Deborah Ann 32
En a4, Mark Gaorge 115
E aen. Cheryl Lynn 44.45.48 «
Ersen Myndc Shame 88
Fwertohr. MarthaEhen 115
Ereil, Kathy Lynn 115
Frrsmeit. Dora 37
Fmmorts. Slopharw 02
FngrL Kalhtean CNafy 41.115
Engslrcen. E lane Darsrie 102
EnvraxrenU and Malual Resources Law
tv rrgeV l. Susan 78
Eve Sara Salt marsh . 1C2
r jy Mchaol Jerscch
Fatesh. Laura Francs .....
ra t Fe»l r« c » iran»j
r a Drunk ......... .. ..
f arrwy. taste B ws1 fame . Thomas G4os ... Fa cn.JohnS»ewar1. feawn. flora »
Tcasler. Bruco Subvan
Fedora CAP ...........
Fcle . Rachel Am .....
Fefar. Mary Alee F teds June Warren
f ctoi Lub EnrOJC ........
Fta f.IM F n iy. Karl Ekhatteh
Frsley. Pat cu Earn ......
Fafw Warren M ............
Flore . JasmaLm .
Fliary. Lbnn W, li .......
Fore la . TTsomas Jooeph
ro . Rebecca .............
foitworth. Susan EuK r
Fraodman. Jack........ ....
F reetesd. Jcage Lockwood_
f woman. Urn Mo .. Freahtew .
F redman. Adrcnne Uctanc Fredmwrv Bi» r, Ate) Frte»ri is,JoelW Fradman. Math
Ftodnarav Andrew OmVophet Fryoi.FredErc..........
F Jt Joseph Ernes I
F utMtmvs. Tais ......
Gaav Palrck Eiugene 116
Gas car. Irene Mavw 116
(tetaway. Raymond F dward J
te lego Pelc Pen 89
Gatowo, John Wtojr Jr ICO
Gahan. An.u 04 ICO
Gamrrcn W om B»r-e4 116
Garay Joyce Mir 37. ICO
Gate . Letcu .78
Gate a. Vo , 42
Garten. Tred L 29. 47. iA 89
Garrett. Joanne He 55
Garimran. John Fad 88
Gar . Dcrsnn ...... 3J
Gatta. VcOsva eti
Octet jeeevler Anm 42. H6
( »je»Rchard Beeyamn 1(»
Courge Robed Monty 47.103
Gorber. 1 femes Loswl
Get gen, Mars P 61
Gel . Floyd Tfcrras 103
Gtescn WOam W
G-teval. Jeemtor J
Gie . OawdLynn 36 37.116
.... 62 84 .. .115 ... 102 2 115 15HI .... 115
. .44 «
44.86 44. 66
.. 112124 .... 115
128 —IndexG . Arm Mar 3 116 Hardman, Sylvia Fay. 54.116
G more. Stephen lAstthcw . 116 Ha'gelt. Robert Lawronco 104
Grftner.Magge 34 Darkness, Cyntho Lynno 90
G menoz. Paul Lorenzo 38 54.89 Harr« uu Chris. 84
Gimm.Oona . S» Hams. Bryan Keth .116
Ge.wEiwi 8? Kirns. Manon 62
Cooal AmeTo Lojco 116 Hartley. Arm 104
Godfrey Cheryl Ann 103 Hartman. Gary 79
Gaeizke Kenneth H Jr 90 Harwell Leo Jo Boerds 56. 104
Goldberg. L sa Ann . 51,90 Hathaway. Anna Kathehne 90
GoWen Garrett Koppe 90 Mays, Sharia Sue 1«
GoWsten. Dav«) Snotl .52.90 Hoyo. ThcmaoRay .. .. 30.45.90
Golrnar. Mark Edward. 90 Hazel. J. Patrick 64
Gonzaios Anna Else bet .103 Heard, Pad Ocwgias 30.90
Gonzalez, Anna 51 Heath. M.ltonScolt ... 116
Gonzalez, Rene Wane faro 90 Hedgepeth James Todd . 116
Goode. Steven. 64 H enrich. Tmattiy John .. 46.10
Grxxtnfi, r !tx».»h Kiry. 103 Honzeiman, Susan , ..76
Gooden. Loti 83 He n. Charles Mmor . 116
Goodie!, Lanalte Ann ...34.103 Helm, Sandra Kay . 104
Goodman. Susan kene . ..100 Hernandez. Frcddio 35.37. 117
Goodwin. AJa 82 Hernandez. Robert 117
Gole. Joseph Vincent 35.104 Herndon. JamesMchaet SC
Gott. Gary 79 Herrera. Lou»s Edward Jr ... KM
Gojidsby. Matty Ann ..104 Herrora. Nc y Rooouro 104
Graglia. Jonathan Pork 53.104 Herring Bane Sfophano SO
Grasso. Ferdnande 51,90 Hersh. Susan Bdh 90
G-oen. GJon Martn ... 116 Herzog. Bruon Conrad .117
Green. Jesse Joseph 52 53.90 Hess. Myron II 53
GrnenUatt, Davrt AJan .. .53.104 Hermann ErkGusloof 117
Greer, Tracy ..116 Hicks, Uack8remcf. 104
Greytok, John Graham . 118 Higgins, Kay Alison . 117
G-isham. Pam B2 Hil Cyntho Lynn 55.104
Gross. Sharon Lynetle 90 H4, James Everett ...CO
Grooeonbacher. Gary M 101 Hit nger. Wgnd .65
Guber. Kurt .37 Hiacr, Mniom Eliza 46. 101
Goadarrama.Linda 104 Hill. Dwayne 42
Guerrero, Rosalinda 104 HobO1 . Paul Witlam 91
Gura. RuthOlen 90 Hocpkcn. Mark) 82
Gustafson. Cart Oamri . ... 116 Hogsett. Joseph Pad . 91
Gusta’sson Lars Gurwar 53.104 Hogue. Boh 51
Holden. US3 Gayo 51.91
i-:oiand. Joan Dee ...104
H Hoiand. Maik Halie 117
Holoway,John Gregory Ho . Kevin Wayne 104 91
Hon ,n 4sh«sn. Edgar A 91
Hac'Jor, Karen 34 Hooks MaiyLise. ..117
Hagen. Patricks Fundecberko 116 Horon. Barbara Ann .117
Ha ryrove. Cynthe Gay GO Horan. EkzaScn .... 28.34
Hapvsky. Lai»a Ann 90 Hoidem. Jarms Louts J 51.106
Habcrt, Gary Lynn. .. Haideman. Janet Kay. 30,38 44.90 116 Hornborger. Wd» Horton. Bryan Russel 38.44.45 91
Hal. Jon Lawson 37 116 Horton. Riks 30
Hal.SomH 59 Horton. Tracy Jarace . 91
90 Houp. Kcrmoth 77
64 Houston. Marsha Ann 34.106
104 Houstoun. Richard AJeiandnr .117
104 Howard. 1 redenck Goorgo Jr 117
Hannusch. Laura Elne . 104 Howard. Jo Am 56.105
Hansen. John Philip 90 Howard. John Luing J ... 117
Hu OametOasM 30. 44 47.52.91 JtMUd. WSlism Owen 34.105
Hubbarlh. Wttam Rues . 117
Hudson. James Gregory 136
Kulistener. Patrek Leo 91 K
Hughes. Da las Craig ... Huke. W amO 117 65
Hull. Sheri Louise 117
Hum. Richard Loo 105 Kadch.Phyie 83
Hurt.Carolyn 117 Kaess. JMftni Anita. 117
Hinted Pulty 77 Kanter. Led 79
Hutton. Dalas Bruce 117 Kaplan. David Joseph. 30. 48.106
Kecbe. Charles Cecil J . 45.91
Keoler. Pad Bruce 45.91
Keoton, w. Pago 66
Keig, Lowell Adams .117
| Ketth. Am y 117
Kcl.oher.Ruih Moore 118
Ingalls. Ronald Edward 44,46.105 KcEclI. Karon Lym 106
Inqcrsoll. Shaun. 51 Kcmamcr. Alson Oune 118
Ingram. Roger Pad 91 Kerns. Resa Jo. 118
n ter national Law Socanly 37 K oy soi. Oavd 66
Mtaverwing 15 KrkJuU. Joanne 35
Itin. James Mhord .. . 106 Kmirv'tii.ui. David Joseph 91
Krvg. Jsrmc Sheffield ... 42.H8
Kng. Reorta D 28
King. Steven George 118
Kinzd. Choriee Scott 51.106
J K«k:land. Solace Huntington. 118
Ki'chen Ann 39
Jackson Burgess ....36 Klapp. Lisa ueLong 116
Jackson, Jocoph 84 Knight Chnstophcr 76
Jade. David .53 Knowlm. Kay DHiei 34.91
Ja flee. Sharcn Lynn 91 Kooget. Susan N 118
Jamal. Joseph .6.138 Krcmdlcr. Mitchell Rood 106
Janssen. Don Roger 105 Krtnnench,Erica Loc 106
42.1G6 Kruger Roberts, Ka» Kartem 34.105
Janssen, vise Yvonne 91 Kylo Bonner Anderson 105
Janssen Par Brgcr 117 Kyle JorryVonJr 118
Jnso. Groge 78
Jotter son Anorow Leon 117
Jctfus. OovidBrot 105
Jenson. Card Am . 117
vCrtuns, Jayne .28 L
Jofle Ber,amm Davd 106
Johans on Barbara Jane . ... 91 Lockcy. Tram L . 105
Johanson Stanley 65 Landrum Mary Macs 118
Johnson, Catvn Cft Lane. Dan l McMeel J 118
Johnson, Corwn 66 Langmoro John Henley 118
Johnson Cynthia Rosa'ic 105 Langner, JsmeeD 47
Johnson Dorothy Ann 126.96.36.199 Larrmen. Den 79
Johnson. Dorothy Am. 91 Larue, gm 39
Johnson. John Wayne.. 117 Loskoy. Christopher Mark. .... 46118
Johnson. loo .... 54 LanoWte. Laura 42
Johnson. Lctito Ctaro 42.105 Law and Techno .■ Society 40
Jjhr.jon. Stephen Eugene 23.91 Law wool. 21
Jamer.Lisa 52 Lawless. Donald Patrek. 52.91
Jonas. WSlkimjarrw 11 42 t awienca 3haronMar« 118
Jones. George Ftemnq I 51.91 Lawn . J Arne 118
Joseph. Rchard Joe . . ... 117 Lsycock. Douj as 58
Jost Lewis Wiliam . ..... 91 Lee. Royal 47
Index — 129Labour! . J Leon 66
LeCtercq. Tern TC
Lecbetler.PaiA Atm .91
Lee. HA 51
Loe. George Terry . t©
Lee. KarynMera 37.118
Lee. Theodora RocbeAe 188.8.131.52©
Leediker. Kent Mason t©
Lefevre. TamaU Umo 118
Legs'Research Heard 36
Leggett. John Wido 91
Lehmann. Christoph Adabort 92
lerghton. W4aam Rrmdel 92
L« or. Morrca Lyrm i«
Leonard. Susan E »en 118
Levinson. SaiYord 67
Levy. 1 Richard 52.92
Levy. Robert Laurence 44.92
Ledkry. Robert Charles 118
Lmlol. Alan Whilworlh 92
Lpmski, Janrvter Krauth 32.53.92
Loettler. Torn Unset 92
Loessberg, Shan Lou iso 45.5392
LcAlon. f icdenck Doug'as 54.118
Logan. JeKrey Ktyne 118
Lohbecfc. Ftoben Oon 40.1©
Looney. Robert Joseph 52.92
Loose. Thomas Frod.ck 18
Lope , Le'cra 118
Lope . Lucmda Mare 1©
Lord. Uaa Kaiheryn 1©
Lord. Sarah Crittenden 1©
Lotlman. A yce 83
Lutaeman. Gretchyn Ernst 119
Lujan. Jose Anget I©
Ltanpfcn. Eeriest Oaan 28.44. 46.1©
luma. John Christophnr ©.92
Lyda. C»ark E tot 92
Lynch. John Edward 45.92
Meet erem. Scott Wttom Me nca. Siochon Waiter Mating . Paocuel Jr Mahafloy. Stephen CMtnw Mahoney, Kuhlten D«iSt Mar, Mark Franca Maldonado. Oscar Ua n. RuivH Wayne Manautou. Irene Mandet Roger lecm wango. W4em Bradford Marmmg. Rusaea Joe Mi ns held. Sharon Lynn Marabeha. Madtfyn Manscai. Jcrgo Mnrt Markont . mg
Mnvo « . Retard Menem, Deborah J Mustek. Janno Graham M»nm. Dane4 Merer. Her w tarn
Masek . James EOward
Maihrs. Oe«e lyrm Maltscn. TarpthyJon Meu. Judr Mauise.lesSol Maumee. JeNtey Lang Mju y.Ceth nme Anne McCarthy. Arlene Theresa McCkjr c. Donald Mudgns McCetom. James P Jr UcOoneW. J ne 8 i abem McDonald. John Bruce McDonald. Mchaet Soon MWJH Cary 101 McFaOSon Traoe Am McE addm.Mcheao Arruene McGenty. Mery
McCanty. Thomas UOwy.Jm Mcfonn. Gann Hugh Ucxeughan. Brier Thomas uu-Na rwa. Derm.»
Meeeham. O'M Edward
uw e. Janet lee
Megs Randyl Soon MeMiiDtrO Marshal M« »homer. Thomas M IMUM. ImOe Ruth Ment . Mary Mer$ y. Roy M Meyer. Robm Bam MrW
Wear Gregg keebeet
6.119 .33. 106 47. 106 119
44.45,49,97 42 106 119 106
32.92 119 52 106
52.92 78 92
184.108.40.206 . 92 106
84 92 106
54.92 119 119 106 119
47.106 119 92
.. 51 42. 106
93 119 93 93
32.52 106 78 67.79 119 lOOm 93
51.94 107 94
X 40.107 107 56 120 33. 107 94 120 54 Si 94 78 107 94 120 42 44
EYalter. Jon ...
Prce. James ArthM Jr Prce. Urce A'er Prce. VHvi laths Pr«5ay. Brixe Eweieti Pnesl. Meuse Lenore Pnfohett.OavxJCotwe Probut Mat riew Brian Probus Merer m Jr Prosser. Bern Miron Prugn. Mark Cures Ptutl. Bar! Norva . Pul am, Evelyn Jean. Putman. Randal Alan
Quadrnaul. Jody Ponder Quan. OevxJ Jn Mjn Ouencn. Erin Oumloro. Bran Anthony Oueor.KaiMecn
Rabban.OandM Reltkird. Fast Oeen Ramngion. John Rtrrrre . Joan A Ranch. Hie Ransom. Elsa Yvette Rann. Jack Rau. Alan Scon Reagan. Brad Rock Rtogm. Shawnal Real Estate Law Soc y Reams. G4 Rrrcror.Rcry.U-ras Redwme. Ere John E redrrek Reed. Randy Reed. Raylord Reeder. Wdkam Iro-as .» Reeves. Beverly Gayle Red. St ophen Conrad Reuter. Sharon Cane Remew CA U gat cm Reyna. Mcnae Oavd Raynaud. Ann luekett Rhyme. Rebecca Jan Rchard. Rulh L Rmw. Mtion Money
Riggs. Caroie Loude Rley.Robert Loud Rnyuetnry. Edward Staten Roache. Jcrcme Yoshao Robberson. MmhrKW Fare Rotors. w m E dwar d Rcberls. Meknda Aten Rcberls, Shorty Lyrm Robot Ison. Da nd Ffobortscn. Deborah Lyrme Robertson. Joan Robmscn. Kathemne ASce
79 I2l 37. 121 54.94 30.107 94
toe 121 121 54.121 121 121 108 30.47.94
45 108 68 ©
95 53. i©
47 121 ..96
96 5i 95
42.1© 1© 37.1© 28.54.95
46.121 © l« ©
OCcnor. Robot! Dartei CMenen. John Male Clsem. Peter Graham Olvera. Michael Orgen atcns Cm sion. James Joseph Osborn. Vhttam Osborne Cotn Barry Cttmg. Maiy K Owens Randal Carrol
Pallet son. Jm Patterson Mr .tea PavSk. Gregory Erwn Patdr at. George Moward Peadj. Mchaei Anthony Pear man. Pat Pease, John Me Owner Peavy. Stantey H ■ PceeMs.OayCtmd Petto, rhemes Crag Penn nglon. Karen Harder Perry. Fhchard Date Peregrmos Yrarbeck Per . Jed Peret. Roar Anthony Petkms, Bruce Engpe Perkms. Mrchee Ray PeMe. Arthur Peters. Krrstin Petertom. Amy Jo Petesch. John Pent. Henry August Plotter. Mark Stephen Plartter. Neal Pnap Phi Alpha Oe a PhiOeruFTr Phtips. Oavd Lynn Ph44ps. Lion Lynelte Phttps. Stephan Lynn
Pickett. Hal Ftemmg Perce. Sarah Bess EVtchlcrd. Insh Prlman. Robert Loe Poe. Kp Under ha PokXt. Lecm Aryeh Pence. Susan Margaret Popham. John Kermelh Pcrter. Jerry Dean Porter. Karra Jean Potts. Shane Mare Powe. Scot
POwe4. Mar y Cither mo
Powers, watfli ppwnefl. Jellrey 8rent
32 38 119 119
78 107 107
79 119 119
220.127.116.11 35 47
119 94 107
120 94 94 120
55 120 © 107 54, 120
Oearmon. Thomas Ctark
Mdke.2oeAnn. MArwrch. Oind Abram
MAor. Oavd Etott.....
MAer.Ross Mats. MeNin Fdds.
M41s. Res Clark
Mechel. Preston Lee •
Mock Trot ...........
MoghariJam. Behroot Motock. Debra Ann MPter, Edward M.
Mown. Cyndi Moore, AAa Frances. Moore. 1 homes Peier
Mora. Melrda Ann More. Susan.
Men-4. Mr:haet Anmcmy Mon no. Gkxia Fksa Mweno. Pierrette Mono. Gregory J. Moseley. Brenda Sue Moses, Am Molen. Tonya Lynn Moynhan. Moly Mur. John Todd......
MrSon. Sumy Mo Ins. Roy at Lynn Mrneey. Sieve Mwphy. Fred •Ajrphy. Krtlen Ju e Mur laugh. E Ion MuseT. Susan Fienoo
SadgCHuda Nagle. Msrshaa Steve Natonat Lawyers Guld Navarro. Alban Navarro. Ctana
Navarro. Mart nJWm Neal. Dcmad West Jr. Nebem. Ftrumda Jean Nedd. Ocely Brenda Neerflc. Jonathan W. Negron. Etaatoelh Ndson. Anthony Jerorm. NH ton. Chary I Ne sor .jay Nesbtl. Paul Kenneth. Neumann. Loa Joan Newby. Elrian Cad Newell. Sabra Cam . Newman. K«th Wayne
130— IndexRobnsen. lama Rose 121
RodnguoY C ol 54. 121
Rodrguei. Hector Robert toe
RotktQuaz, Ramon Seraln Jr. toe
Rottoguei. Xavier . 106
Rot! Chart Leonard si.ioe
Rrttovs. I ether James M.121
Rorrtoarg. M arcoEtama 56.121
Romo. Susan 121
Rose. M arlhsW ary 121
Hcear-cam Fsiher Rose 121
RceanBVan. Roden Jay 121
RoeeetMt M chart . .... 70
Routnun. Oan Glenn 95
Rowan Veto Brown ioe
Rubmsfcy. Abraham Isaac 122
ftodnar. Steve 54
Rues . Charles Anthony 96
Rut. James Patrick 3 . ioe
Russo John Ocean 122
Russo Patrick ioe
Ruttertord. Jay Kewn 122
Sacrvt Jam Arturo toe
Sagers Angela AOner-c 96
SaUs. Ra'art toe
Saldana. AnnaM ana 84
Sales. Irava Jamas 53.toe
Sakias. Ovi.i M agdatens. toe
Sampson. John J 70
Sarrefer. S-jtanna Odelle 1C®
Saner . F« ca Mornno 109
Sorgem. Anooa M ara 96
Sather. Stephen Wayn 96
Saucedo. Ekiabclh 79
Saunders. Junes Cdwn ICS
Savage I hom iG rOner 1C®
Sc arpnculohn 33
Sc havGma Loo 122
Sc hatterOean Aaron ... 122
Sc halroiMajDaem 1C®
Sc hauorGecrge Oonato 29.30.96
Schocter. Larry 47
Scherer Georg ruM ana 96
Sc hnackRobert Jerry 95
Sc hnodaiCynltkoAnn 122
Sc hnarJauiaun Janet 37.56. 1C®
Sc hneOrtBoderiF. 122
Sc hneejerjoseph Robert Jr as
Sc hnuerM ichar-Oawd 96
Sc hrpeosotyJoy 122
Sc huMJCeoneth 77
Sc hutorWtkams lance 96
Sc otCabbeM he4e 122
Sc O RoyceGeorge 96
Sc raltordjoseph Bruce 122
Sacura.M anura 78
Sekjsn. Rush Alton 96
Shat to I. W M chart 70
Shaver. JeVcry Janar 122
Shawr. Mency Ann 29.95
Shetkrtd Begun si 13
Shepperd John Ray 40.109
Sherman. Edward 70
Shrer, We«am Lawrence. 95
Shvets. M aedtto' 53 109
Shoemaker OavdB 32
Shawl, Lany Irvjh !C®
Sttey OaviO Allen 109
Segrt. Jonathan Atm t22
Swget. Rebecca 51
Srtrra Norma Anga'-ca 55. 109
S w. Reagan Smmons. Stophen Rurssrtl 52 34 aa 109
Say M arvEsther . 109
Sievn SJWaC 28.29.95
Stover Peter Jchn 96
Srrrlh Den Dane 122
Srrrfh. ton Vrgna 109
Smth. Ernest E
Srrrth Gregory Duane 51.109
Smih Jirrl 48
Srr h J oshua At «a riler 122
Smth. Kent Re ce 122
Smth. Lisa Arrrta 96
Smth. M arlA 28
Snvth. Robert Ray Sl.96
Smth Robert led J 122
Smth. Stephen B.wr 96
Smth Stephen Ray 96
Smth Iodd Alan 122
Sm4h. Tracey Lm 96
Sneed Shavyi Etoabeth 122
Sne . James 34.36.40
Sorgo Keith M artowe 109
Sparks. Keith j 54
Spechl. lauen Kay 122
Speck Paulo Kcysm 51.9$
Spetkng. Jaime 52
Spence, w.him Ross 96
Spent. Barbara 55
Spring Dance 22
Store. M ark
Stacy EmCy Ann 109
SlaSones Kyks Ctod'ick 46.122
Surrey Fiat Roderick 122
Star Yield Charles Frank 30 47 109
Stanslrtd Barbara Done 34.109
Stanton. Tom 41
Slarxrsh Dawd Part 51 109
Start Donald W 32 95
Ste«ib g Fans Shr4j 122
Stepoo. Annette 54
Stern. JOhnW ark. 34 109
Sterlet M aylrto 122
Stevena. Rta Jeon 109
Strti ChraDarwn 96
Stockard James Afrcdj 29.96
SR arm. Susan Leskc 37.122
Streeter Sandra Jo 97
Strckln Steven M ark 35.123
Student Bar Assoco’cn 8
Sturtey M chart 71
Sudarshan Amnd 52
Sutivan. Nancy 78
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Advertising — 137JOE JAMAIL SPEAKS OUT
Interviewed by Ron Cesar. Suzanne Michel. Brett Campbell and Chris Luna Edited by Barry Osborne Photography by Judy Walgren
"It's easy to pick on the lawyers. Where do people go whenever they're in trouble? Whenever their personal liberty's at stake or their property's at stake7 The ones that cry the loudest head for the finest lawyers they can get "
"I think I'm worth a lot more than [my fee] because I'm good ... I believe that whether it's a five dollar fee or an x million dollar fee. you get what you earn. Nobody gives you something as a lawyer I don't think lawyers should ever be timid or ashamed of their fees.''
" . The ones that decry and belittle the jury system, those are the very bastards when it's their oxen in the d tch that come straight to the lawyer and ask Get me a jury!' " UNDERGRADUATE DEGREES:
"I [studied] English, history, [and] literature ... How the hell can you tell a story if you can't read and understand one7 I'm serious. They can take all that engineering shit and bundle it up and make a suppository and that mathematics crap doesn't go over in a courtroom ... you have to have a feeling of history, of presence, and you have to be able to read and write it And I'm talking about English, and I'm talking about English
literature and history of all kinds "
WHY HE WENT TO LAW SCHOOL:
"I went to law school just because my mother wanted me to. and I had another couple of semesters on my Gl bill, and I got married and my wife didn't want to leave Austin and I didn't either, so I just walked over and went to law school."
THE BAR EXAM:
"I took [the bar] on a dare. My buddies bet me a hundred doBarS that I couldn't pass it on the Thursday before the bar ... I took it and passed it ."
LAW SCHOOL GRADES:
"You don't learn how to be a lawyer in law school, never ... I think [grades are] the worst thing that ever happened, not to law students, but [to] people that are trying to employ young lawyers by looking only at grades . .. that is a bunch of bull shit You can take a great brain and he may not be able to communicate at all He can read that book and vomit back what the professor wants But when you're looking for a trial lawyer, you're looking for someone that has empathy, somebody that can commun cate. somebody that explains complicated fact situations in a manner that's understandable to the jury and the judge And grades don't give you that "
138 — Joe Jamail Speaks ()utFAILING TORTS:
"I've got to tell you about this: I did fail torts. I flunked it Clarence Moms was my torts professor ... He's the one that after I failed torts told me I should quit law school .. He said I was taking up space."
... The lawyer's got to be careful. Especially with someone who has tried a lot of lawsuits and been successful... you don't let your ego make you the star of the show while you're in that courtroom. That is a terrible mistake I have hopefully never let my ego run away with me because it's not me [the jury's) going to have to believe . . they've got to believe the witness. You take that light, figuratively speaking, and you shine it where it needs to be shone at that moment in that trial. If it's your client, you shine it real bright on him ... if it's a key witness with credentials that make him a believable, credible witness in that instance, then turn that light up hotter."
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people, but they don't deserve to be a special class in our society. And why should they be singled out not to be responsible for their actions. Lawyers are responsible, plumbers are responsible; teachers and everybody ... I'm against all kinds of caste systems "
".. Whippings I've seen lawyers get it (from) underestimating a jury and underestimating their intelligence and putting that good-old boy-country-boy bullshit on them. It's not going to work. Even the good old country boys don't want you doing that. Ihey don't want you being a phony. They know that this lawyer .. trying to be one of the boys wouldn't ... stop and have a beer with him or pick him up on the side of the road. They know that. They're not dumb."
"I'm opposed to advertising of all forms. I think it's demeaning, it's degrading; it's misleading .. I get criticized for [my views) because they say 'you get more advertising than WWII;' but that's legitimate. I think if you accomplish and achieve the press will pick up on it and your peers will pick up on it. They'll send you cases. Some of my best cases come from lawyers that went to law school with me and [from lawyers) on the other side ... that's mutual trust and respect for each other and you earn that. You can't buy that in a newspaper or in a goddamned television ad."
CONTRIBUTING TO JUDGES’ CAMPAIGNS:
"How are they going to run? How are you going to keep good judges? The laymen are not going to make judicial campaign (contributions) ordinarily; they don't have any interest... I think one evil is that they have to run as a Democrat or Republican, not non-partisan. The judicial branch ought to be a separate department... they don't rule as a republican or democrat "WHATEVER HAPPENED TO...
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140 — Whatever Happened ToNOON BUFFET TEXAS MEN'S
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Whatever Happened To — 141We digged into our archives to find these "precious jewels". We hope that you enjoy these old photos with our modern commentary. And who said that people don't change?
"Don't make me ugly!"
"You put rtwl m my pur ch?"
"And then ono day. the bees just left"
Graglia. Weiborn, Treece. Attorneys at-Law
Fashion never takes a backseat at the law school
142 — Our Comic PastEDITOR
It is hard to believe that my year as Peregrmus Editor has ended. All in all, I have enjoyed the past year. However, the Peregrinus needs your help if it is to grow and prosper.
First, we need you to purchase the book. Usually, only 62% of the students buy the book. We would have a higher quality book, at better prices, if 74% of the students bought the book. When you pre-register, please buy the book.
Second, we need administration sup port and commitment. At present we receive no funding from the Law School We must have financial support from the school if the Peregrinus is to survive.
And last, we need your input If you like the book, tell your friends and the ad ministration. Tell your fellow classmates to buy the book and tell the admmistra tion that you do not want the book to die. If for some reason you do not like the
book, volunteer to work on next year s book. There are many positions that are important yet require a minimal amount of time.
Remember, you get out of law school what you put into it. Yours in the struggle.
JuOy W lgr«n
Here I am on the phone in the Peregrinus Control Center, located on the top floor of the Tower. The Control Center, which cost the University 2.1. million dollars, was the nerve center of the 1986 Peregrinus.
Many people are responsible for producing the 1986 Peregrinus First, are the folks at Texas Student Publications. our publisher. Jerry Thompson has years and years of yearbook experience. His guidance was invaluable.
Dewayne Bevil spent several weekends helping us meet our deadlines. Mary Ottmg was the glue that held us together. She and Dewayne were always there when we needed them. Dick Lytle and his staff were very supportive of our goals and plans. And of course we need to thank our T.S.P. photographers and the rest of the
Next are the people in law school who assisted this year. Andy Friedmann was the perfect number 2 per son. He did everything that I could not or would not do. He and Michelle Rob-berson were quick to volunteer their time for the book. Michelle and Casey Dobson were great photographers. I could always count on them to show up and to take great photos. Barry Osborne and Elaine Romberg wrote copy and articles for the book, cover mg my writing flaws perfectly.
And last, I need to thank people that
did not work on the book but aided me greatly during the past three years. My parents Salvador and Viola Luna were extremely supportive during my law school career. My sister Barbara and friend Jackie could always be counted on no matter what I asked. And then there are the groups of people that we meet in law school that make our three year stay here more bearable. My particular support groups were "The Committee." "The Poker Group," and “The Judges Club."
To all of these people the jefe says "muchogracias.”
Editor’s Pajtc — M3WILLI
Associate Dean William W. Gibson will be returning to the classroom full-time next spring Gibson is resigning his post as Associate Dean for C IE and Administration. effective at the end of this school year Gibson has been an associate dean for the past seven years, five of those directing the University's continuing legal
A M W G
education program Gibson was also previously the Associate Dean for Academic Affairs.
The University of Texas granted Gibson both of his degrees — a B.A in Plan II and a J D with honors. Gibson joined the UT faculty in 1965.
He was the Sidney Burleson Professor of Law from 1976 to 1983 and is currently
I B S O N
the Sylvan Lang Professor of Law After one semester off. Gibscn wrt teach courses in Property and Prcfes sionai Responsibility He also plans U conduct research in real estate law The Peregrinus thanks Dean Gibson fo his seven years of service to the School o Law administration and welcomes hn back to full-time teaching.
144 — W. W. Gibson”
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