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PEREGRINES THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS SCHOOL OF LAW 1987 Volume 371987 Peregrinus Staff Editor-in-Chief MICHELLE E. ROBBERSON Associate Editor ELAINE ROMBERG TSP Photographer JOHN FOXWORTH Supervisor of Yearbooks JERRY R. THOMPSON Yearbook Assistant MARY FELPS Photography Supervisors STEVEN PUMPHREY JIM SIGMON Contributing Photographers DANIEL BYRAM JOHN MOORE PETER RENE What Is a Peregrinus? A toughic for trivia buffs: who is the patron saint of the law school? The Peregrinus. This exotic creature emerged from classroom antics at the turn of the century. Lecturing in his Equity class on the Roman system of traveling judges called "Praetors Peregrinus," Judge W. S. Simkins asked a daydreaming student to explain the previous class discussion. "Judge, I don't know, unless it was some kind of animal." rq lied the weary student. To further the student's misery, a fellow classmate rendered a blackboard caricatureofa "Peregrinus." This curious beast of Equity evolved with traditional meanings attributed to its physical features. The sharp beak penetrates the mysteries of the law, the arched back can spring forward to protect justice, and the hind quarters are those of a dog, man's best friend. The feet are clad in boxing gloves to show the power of the law and working 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. Now going on almost nine decades of guiding law students through UT's rigors, the Peregrinus remains our traditional symbol. The Peregrinus has been the yearbook's namesake since 1949, and the custom continues. 2 — Peregrinus StaffCONTENTS Features page 8 Activities page 16 A look at life around Townes, at the details that comprise the big picture of the ‘'Law School Experience," and at what was news to students at the School of Law in 1986-87. From dances to trials to journals to a cool one at Dry Creek, the extracurricular activities kept us on track and removed the blinders that kept many students buried in the books. Organizations page 30 Law school organizations provided a way for students to break "section" barriers and to branch out in to new circles of friends and colleagues while performing useful work. Faculty page 63 With the "anonymous" grading system, faculty members can be super comrades for law students during school, assisting with writing skills and counseling on career choices. Students page 96 4 Since there are more students in law schools than there are practicing attorneys, the goal of UT law students is to be the best, yet still remain individual, happy and sane. Table of Contents — 3FEATURES The thought of law school conjures up pictures of late nights under a hot lamp, long hours reading for class, copious outlining and mind-boggling memorization. These images may frighten off a lot of students, but those who take the studying and grades and competition as only a part of the whole law school “experience” fare well in all facets. Those who seek out new’ friends, new groups, new causes, new places and new interests quickly learn that there’s more to being a lawr student than just “the law.” Features — 5Opening Did you know that the building which houses Tarlton Library was called Jesse H. Jones Hall? Did you know one of the large classrooms is known as the Supreme Court Room and features pictures of all the recent U.S. Justices? These are details that we as law students don't notice in our everyday existence. We are far too busy with books, briefs and the like to heed such trivialities. We walk daily through the breezeway doors without reading the signs there. There really is a Vegetarian Law Society? We didn’t even notice when someone turned all the pictures in 2.139 upside down. If we took a moment to simply listen or to look up from the books, we might be surprised. MitheUe Robbeoon — OpeningOpening Opening — 78 — OpeningOpening any a law student has wondered whose brilliant idea it was to plant weeds all over the 26th Street hill, instead of planting something practical like a staircase. As many intricate architectural details as Townes Hall possesses, a staircase doesn’t seem too difficult to negotiate. But such minutiae don’t seem to faze law students. The nasty details with which they are concerned are posted each semester on two little kiosks: grades. And section 38.12 of the Penal Code or Rule 10b-5 — those are the trivialities that concern law students. Never mind that UT is one of the most richly endowed law schools in America and the faculty one of the finest. Never mind that Tarlton Library houses one of Texas' finest art collections. Naw-, just details. But, they are the details that make it Texas Law Sc joo . Opening — 9Getting a Job Grade curve factor decides legal future The way a student falls against the Law School s numerical curve will dictate his future at Texas, his job offers, his choice of where to live and even his psyche. The struggle for good grades is handled in different ways by each student through careful outlining or maybe last minute cramming. All to get coveted honor grades that will sell in the job marketplace. "If grades weren't important, law firms by now would not pay attention to them," said Professor Guy Wellborn. "Firms continue to look at grades, but not to the exclusion of other factors; so they must be important. And it is the law firms who know what measures future performance." “Professors certainly believe that things we test are relevant to what lawyers do, but I don't think anybody considers testing skills comprehensive,” Wellborn continued. "Grades are certainly a factor, but how large a factor must be very mysterious."Interview season both sweet, bittersweet Interviewing season finds law students dusting off their suits or purchasing new ones and trying to put their best feet forward in anticipation of receiving a summer clerkship or permanent law position. The big question, the one most frequently asked, is "What do they look for?" Different firms look for different qualities. One thing is certain however; grades matter. They figure prominently In selection primarily because grades arc the only objective indicator of success available. Being from a particular fraternity, a specific hometown or having an attorney father may do the trick. But grades arc in there somewhere. Second and third year students interview from late August until mid-November, while frcshlaws interview during early spring. The interview "lottery" is run by computer, so at times one person gets five interviews while another person gets one. Students may also "drop-file" into employee folders and get interviews that way. Those whose credentials look less impressive on paper rely more heavily on the "lottery." The system does work for some. Students get flown out, wined and dined by eager firms from New York to Malibu. Thus the Placement Office process is the most efficient way to get one's name out and find a job, while at the same time minimizing costs. The first taste of the "real world" is often sweet for some law students, bittersweet for others. John Fox«-oott MkHtUt Rufabmon Left, students leaf through firm resume sheets to list choices for the interview "lottery." Below, a first-year student utilizes the placement office library to learn more about his interviewing law firm. Getting a Job Getting a Job — 11Student Life Law school means studying, studying When you think of law school, the inevitable first word to come to mind is studying. By the third year, studying has become a four-letter word. "Studying" not only means learning the law, but getting to know new friends in the library, gathering study groups for "en masse" cramming, and taking frequent study breaks for caffeine and chocolate. The law school is full of places to study besides Tarlton Library, including a variety of nooks and crannies in the basement, in classrooms, in the lounge, in the student publications library and even on some of the comfy couches around the school. No matter where you hide, the dreaded finals will ultimately arrive — and find you. Patricia McClung, below, speeds up legal research with a Wcstlaw computer terminal. Link Newcomb, bottom, uses more traditional study methods in the Student Publications Library. Photo by MithfUc Robbcoon 12 — Student LifeJohn Fox worth But there’s always Student Life MiihcVe Robtxnon partying, partying Once the brain is completely drained of intelligible thought (or maybe before), it is time to head out for a little relaxation. This breather may come in the form of an intimate cup of espresso at Texas French Bread, or a rousing Jorge's Margarita on Sixth Street (above), or a soothing colil brew at Dry Creek Saloon on Lake Austin (right). Phrases like "'stay up late, catch a buzz" filter through the library aisles once 1 I p.m. rolls around. Anil we can't forget the ever-popular, best-place-to-go-after-a-final bar, the Posse East. A terrific revival spot after an intramural game or to catch a little late-night baseball, the Posse is usually packed with law students anil bikers alike. That's Austin.Pipeline plagues parking on 26th Parking along 26th Street has always been difficult, but the installation of a gas pipeline along the south side of the street made getting a good spot a real nightmare. The pipeline project lasted about two months, during September and October of the fall semester, eclipsing more than 50 spaces for parking near the law school. Getting to Townes early usually guarantees a dose spot, but the construction essentially meant making it to law school before 7 a.m. For many non-morning people, that was too much to ask — often meaning an illegal parking place and a ticket or a tow. Phoio by Mvthdlc RoW'mooAround Townes ‘10 to 12’ nets extra library hours Cutbacks by the Texas Legislature, in a desperate attempt to keep Texas from careening into financial abyss, saw fit to hit the law school right where it hurts. Tarlton Library was to close at 10 p.m. weeknights. At 10 p.m.' Barely enough time for avid studiers to get buried in Securities Regulation or to prepare for Torts class. So law students rallied, reached deep into their pockets and doled out money to pay for two Library staff members that would keep the Library open from 10 p.m. to midnight. The “ 10 to 12” campaign was sponsored by the Student Bar Association, but backed by numerous students and student groups. The drive raised $2,200 on its way to a $2,500 goal. That amount was enough to keep Tarlton open for two extra hours per night, Sunday through Thursday, for both the fall and spring semesters. Individual group donations, including sponsorship by the Board of Advocates and the Women s Law Caucus, kept the Library open for specific weeks during the fall. Although undergraduates studying in the law library were generally disliked, it seems a number of "big campus" students donated to the fund. "I walked into the library and saw the donation box," said freshman Klara Zchcntmayr. "I like to study here, so I put some money in." SBA installs free student mailboxes As you'd walk by the Casino entrance, all you could sec in the corner by the elevator were rows upon rows of wooden mail slots. But who the heck was getting mail in them? For many months this strange contraption stood dormant. Suddenly last spring, numbers appeared under each slot, and a long list of names was matched with these numbers and posted nearby. It seems the Student Bar Association had struck again. The SBA had arranged for every law student registered at UT to have a mailbox. A place where the Placement Office, Main Office and other student groups could reach just about anyone. Even a place for secret admirer love notes. The boxes are free to all registered students. Around Townes —Law school is law school is law school. There's the studying, the reading, the classes, the outlines. All of those things are about the same for everyone. But the extracurricular activities are the paint that makes each law' student’s picture different, colorful and even unique. From the law review to mock trial, from clinics to dances, each event carves its niche in the “law school experience,” engraving special memories, faces and places in the minds of its participants. Activities — 17Mock Trial Moot Court Bruce ScrafFord and Neel Lane plot strategy for their mock trial round. Advocacy contests give students edge Competitors in law school mock trial and moot court rounds gain a definite edge in the litigation arena. The competitions give students an opportunity to plan strategy, to leam rules of evidence and courtroom protocol, and to get criticism from local practitioners. Students serve as counsel to hypothetical plaintiffs and defendants and have a chance to argue both sides of the problem before an attorney ‘'judge." Other law students participate as witnesses, bailiffsarid jurors. The advocacy tournaments are administered by the Board of Advocates, and winners receive trophies or plaques. Tom Moore and Lori Swann make last-minute notes before their round. Novice mock trial winners Stuart Whitlow and Pam Nielson prepare for their octofinal round a their witnesses look on. 18 — Mock Trial Moot CourtJournals Legal publications seek perfection The law school helps publish five journals covering a wide range of interests. The Texas Law Review is the oldest of the five, while the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy is the most recent to come to campus. Also published arc the American Journal of Criminal Law, the Texas International Law Journal and The Review of Litigation. Most staffers are acquired during fall and spring writc-on competitions; however, some students "grade on" to the law review, and others join staffs through success in moot court or mock trial, or through private submissions. Generally, the journals publish three to four issues per year, and huge amounts of work and close scruting go into each issue. Students go through book pulls, cite checks, galley reads and a host of other copy preparation tasks to get the perfect end product. All of the journals are widely respected and cited across the nation and throughout the world. Ptuxu» by Michelle Robbcrson A member of the American Journal of Criminal Law staff (top) checks over a rough copy draft before submission. Above, two staffers on The Review of litigation complete a "proofread," during which a final galley from the journal is double-checked with original copy for errors. All the journals use Wang terminals to create, edit and otherwise prepare an ides and notes for publication. Above, a TII.J member types final conections. Journals— 19Fundraisers Food fiestas raise funds The almighty dollar rules the existence of many student organizations, so fundraisers are often the life blood of these law school groups. Money-raising functions at the law school range from t-shirt sales by the Women’s Law Caucus to soliciting contributions from students to keep the law library open an extra two hours during weeknights and final exams, since budget cutbacks trimmed the hours. The Thurgood Marshall Legal Society filled its coffers by throwing a lunchtime meal for law students, local attorneys and other passersby who have a taste for barbecue and the trimmings. The Chicano Law Students Association raises funds each year by hosting a Fajita Fiesta, complete with zesty fajitas, beans and extras. Both fundraisers were resounding financial successes, according to ChLSA and TMLS members. TMLS ami CHLSA both threw noontime fundraisers, luring law students, attorneys ami other Austinites with feasts of barbecue ami fajitas. Tickets for both cost $5. 20 — FundraisersSpeakers Visiting Professor Kenneth Simmonds discusses the Queen Mary Scholarship to London. Petct Rene Celia Kilgore, an Austin attorney, participates in the Phi Delta Phi panel discussion. Peter Rene Dix delivers Weil lecture Speakers who visited the School of Law provided students with differing perspectives on a wide range of topics, from criminal law to environmental concerns to studies in London. This year was no exception, as a number of legal scholars participated in discussions sponsored by Phi Delta Phi, the Women's Law Caucus, Phi Alpha Delta and other student organizations. This year saw the inauguration of the Weil lecture by Professor George Dix, and the continuation of numerous other Lecture Series by the law school administration. Professor Kenneth Simmonds initiated the Semester in London program, via scholarship to Queen Mary College. Professor George Dix discussed criminal law during his delivery of che inaugural VX'cil Lecture in the law school courtroom in John Foxworth November. Speakers — 21Intramurals Clockwise from above, Dave Sladic shoots for the Nolo Contenders, a law school men's basketball team. Keith Courtney flags a pass for the Legal Eagles. Karen Kelley beats Robbie Grccnblum to the bag during a practice softball game. Erik Heymann aims for the goal and a score for the Constitutional Amendments soccer team. Winnie, mascot for Entropy's softball team, and Elaine Romberg look on during softball practice. John Fooewori 2 — IntramuralsIn tram urn Is Michelle Robbcnon John Fuxwunh Intramural teams maintain section ties Intramural sports teams are one of the most successful ways law students continue their first-year "Section" tics throughout law- school. Often the original section softball or football team will survive through three years of play with the same name and »amc competitors. Or, it may last longer. Take the legal Eagles, who have been in ex-stence for many years. Their success is inparalleled — Legal Eagles’ coach Charles Alan Wright has been said to e the most successful coach in the Southwest, with a better record than even Fred Akers or Barry Switzer. The Legal Eagles are currently in transition moving from Coach Wright to a new coach, Professor Tom McGarity. In 1986, the Eagles did make it to the football playoff finals, but didn’t quite pull it out. There’s always next year, right? Law students are highly visible in other Rec Sports divisions, including basketball, soccer, baseball and volleyball. And the Law Week softball tournament is eagerly anticipated by law school ball players — the victory t-shirts are most coveted. Inrramurals — 23Fall Drunk [ LOS pAR‘ IEKS 1 MAS L MNOS Costumed party becomes ‘Corona’ of fall semester Hundreds of law students could be found in costume at the Texas Union Ballroom Saturday, November I, for the annual "Fall Drunk.” The event, sponsored by the Student Bar Association, has long been a tradition at the law school and is probably the best-attended party of the entire year. Ghoulishly-attired law students danced the night away to music by the band 14K. Another tradition which has developed over the years has been the design and sale of "Fall Drunk” t-shirts. Last year’s shirts were patterned after the well-known "Hard Rock Cafe” insignia; this year the SB A modeled its t-shirt design after the currently-chic "Corona" beer logo. As expected, the shirts were extremely popular, and the SB A had to place a second order to satisfy the overwhelming demand. Also in keeping with tradition, the SBA awarded prizes this year for the best costumes. The prizes varied from bar review courses and dinners for two at local restaurants, to ice cream at Amy's. Notable costumes included the UT tower, bearded members of ZZ Top (below left), California raisins, Hams Across America (below). The Color Purple (literally), and Tweety Bird, along with the traditional cats, witches, vampires and ghosts. There were a few surprises this year, however, despite the usual traditions. Along with their five-dollar tickets, students were asked to present photo IDs at the door. This inconvenience, of course, w-as the result of the new 21-year drinking age which became effective in Texas on September 1. Many students who were unaware of the ID requirement were forced to return to their homes or cars to get proof of their age before entering the party. Another unwelcome surprise were the long lines to get beer and wine (sec far left). Many students complained about the wait which wras at times as long as twenty minutes. Fall Drunk — 25Volunteer Income Tax Assistance VITA coordinator Abraham Rubinsky, far right, and second-year law student Bobby O'Connor assist an East Austin resident with preparation of her income taxes. VITA provided the free service to all needy applicants. Randy Doubrava makes a last-minute checkover of this Austinite's 1040EZ return. VITA gives needy free tax assistance The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance program was instituted in spring 1987 by law students to provide free tax preparation assistance to those Austinites who could not afford professional tax help. Coordinator Abraham Rubinsky corralled law students, some with no prior tax experience, into VITA. The volunteers attended a workshop instructing them in the basics of tax preparation. The students volunteered two or three nights during the spring semester, right up until the April 15 deadline. VITA was housed in the George Washington Carver branch of the Austin Public Library, and provided its services during weeknights. Clients were solicited by hanging posters in various East Austin locations. Rubinsky said the VITA program was immensely successful and he hoped to continue it next ear. Photos by John For»-onh Carlene Tindell, left, calculates preliminary figures before completing her client’s tax forms. 26 — Volunteer Income Tax AssistanceDecember Graduates Michelle Roblxrrson Many December graduates entered I .aw School in the summer or accelerated their studies in order to graduate early. A few members of the December class gather above. Juan Francisco Aguilera Barry Kevin Arrington Bonnie Austin Mark Wayiand Batchelder Florence Pfullmam Berkley Michael Ray Berry Melanie Virginia Best Charlotte Denise Bingham William Clifford Blount Steven Greene Bresncn Mary Jane Broussard Rivera Brian Ray Burton Suzanne Eileen Carr Sr. James Gilpin Chambers Jacob C Chcmcr David Andrew Clark William Jerome Clay Melody Hartman Cooper James Louis Cowcn Elisa Leticia Cuellar Nicholas D'Ambrosio Jr. Virginia Marie Driscoll Fernando Anibal Dubovc James William Dyer Kelly Randolph Evans SaraSalrmarsh Evers Rebecca Jane Fox Ruperro Garcia Jr. Karen Maureen Gilpin Cynthia Gay Hairgrove Jem Lynn Hammer Ann 11art ley James Corky Henderson Susan Beth Hcrsh James Everett Hill Eric Stephen Houglaud William Allen Hull Elizabeth Ellen Jones William Owen Juvrud Jimmy Rocky Little Roger Leon Mandcl Timothy Jon Mattson Deena Jean McConnell Gavin Hugh Me hum Molly Jean Mitchell Faculty and graduates listen during the Sunflower Ceremony. Edward Herman Molter Tlwmas Joseph Murphy John Joseph Nash Diana Navarro Keith Wayne Newman Clay David Peebles Robert James Provan Kent David Ries Carole Louise Riggs Robert Louis Riley Edward Steven Riquclmy Patricia Ann Rodriguez Patrick Russell James Edwin Saunders Alan Lawrence Schechter Alexander George Schmandt Stephanie Marie Schroepfer John RaySbepperd David Alton Sibley I jdisThomas Slavik Jr. Mary F.vtlicr Slay Gregory Duane Smith Scott Courtney Smith Steven Wayne Smith James Russell Snell Robert Lloyd Snyder William Ross Spence Cynthia Kay Stewart Edward Walter Swanson Terence Tyrone Tlx mas James Lindsey Thompson Gaye Birkhead Ttbbets Michael Joseph Tomsu Michael Wayne Vanderburg Terry Lee Vanderburg Ann Catherine Vicnot Marc Fleming Villordi Darren Guiles Walker Robert Edw in Walker Jr. Nova Lois Washington Terrance Wade Welch Darryl Mark Wexkr Michael Andrew Womblt Catherine Marie Wright December Graduates — 27Above, Matt Bair partakes of alcoholic beverages from one of four bars in the Sheraton Crest ballroom. Right, Camille Cutler, Russ Miller, Vicki Eastus, Jeannie McLemore and David Quan bc-bop in some off-thc-dance-floor "line" dancing. Photos by John Foxworth 28 — Buttin' on the RitzLaw students do the "whip” in and around the ballroom. Puttin’ on the Kit SBA puts on ‘Ritz’ to ease winter blues Friday the 13th may have been a ghoulish day for some people, but this particular Friday, February 13th was a fun and frivolous night for about 200 law students who partied at "Puttin' on the Ritz.' The Student Bar Association sponsors this semi-formal dance around Valentines Day. Consequently, the event is attended by many couples. The second annual soiree was held at the Sheraton Crest Hotel, in the ballroom, from 9 p m. to 1 a.m. The SBA provided free drinks until their funds were exhausted, and then switched to a cash bar. The free drinks lasted until about 11:30 p.m., and were served from four bars. Tickets to the party were $5. The "Putting on the Ritz" party is not as highly attended as the SBA’s Fall Drunk, but SBA President Russ Miller said that the turnout this spring was strong, and about the same number of students attended as went to the first Valentines Dance in 1986. A local disc jockey was spinning Top 40 hits for the dancing crowd, who often spilled over into the surrounding tables. At one point, the group danced the "whip" all around the Sheraton's second floor. Two brave dancers strut their stuff on the makeshift stage while other paniers stick to the dance floor. Puttin' on the Ritz — 29MtdttUr Robbrt 30 — OrganizationsORGANIZATIONS A law school requires the cooperative efforts of a whole team — faculty, staff, students, administration — to be efficient. Without the participation and support of student-run student organizations, however, many of the best learning experiences in law school would be missing. Without journals, there would be no published forum for legal debate and furtherance of writing skills. Without the Board of Advocates, no advocacy competition and experience. Further, without such groups as the Student Bar Association, all of the tension-relieving activities, including the Fall Drunk, would be gone. The student organizations are the backbone of the “law school experience.” They add the spice to what would otherwise be a monotonous, often painfully stressful quest for the best grades. Organizations — }1 Michelle Robber 'American Journal of Criminal Law Journal one of few to center on criminal law The American Journal of Criminal Law is one of a relatively few nationally recognized law journals dedicated exclusively to the publication of scholarly research concerning criminal law and related school policy. The Journal is received by courts, libraries, law firms and law enforcement agencies in all fifty states as well as fifteen foreign countries. It has been cited by the U.S. Supreme Court, U.S. Courts of Appeal and many state supreme courts. The Journal is composed of students with a variety of career goals and provides its members with valuable experience in the publication of scholarly legal writing, regardless of the students' anticipated area of specialization. As a result, Journal membership reflects the broad spectrum of legal interests found in the UT student body. The Journal publishes articles on a wide range of topics including constitu- STAFF: SEATED: Larry McKcnncy, Alan Waldrop, Lisa Dotin, Matthew Probus. SECOND ROW: Kathleen Engel, Jennifer Gchrt, Susan Ponce, Rebecca Pool, Elizabeth Horan, Traci Bransford, Anthony Wibon, Paul Aronowitz, Ray Alexander. BACK ROW: Mark A. Smith, Monica Shia, Kurt Gruber, Peter D'Apice, John Curry, John Popham, Steve Macnoll, Phil Albritten. tional and procedural issues, matters of public policy, criminal activity by corporations, international crime, white-collar crime and any issue which has an impact on criminal jurisprudence. Students arc invited to join the Journal based on their skills in the areas of legal writing editing and analysis. Staff members are encouraged to develop these skills through the editorial process and through the composition of notes and comments related to legal topics of current interest to the criminal law bar. The journal receives most of its members from fall and spring write-on competition, and from excellence in criminal law classes. EDITORIAL BOARD: FRONT ROW: Alan Waldrop, John Curry, Peter D'Apicc. SECOND ROW: Traci Bransford. Tonya Motcn. BACK ROW: John Popham. Larry McKcnncy. Rcbccca Pool, Mark Smith, Elizabeth Horan. Photo by Muhrilr KobbmonArt Sl Entertainment Law Committee T5------------------ Attorney William Krasilovsky (below and right) discusses copyright law and the music industry. FRONT ROW: Greg Vint, Robin Toubin, Dallas Hutton. BACK ROW: Joe Gonzalez, Mark Barcus, Oscar Maldonado, Lance Price, Professor David Sokolow. AELC presents copyright lawyer The Art and Entertainment Law Committee (AELC) is an organization in which law students combine their legal interests with a variety of leisure interests. The AELC organizes various projects in which the members learn the roles that contracts, labor and communications law play in the entertainment industry. During fall 1986, in coordination with several state and local local arts organizations, the AELC co-sponsored a lecture by Mr. M. William Krasilovsky, a music attorney and author of national prominence from New York. In September, the AELC co-sponsored the annual "Managing Your Arts" conference with the Austin Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts. Spring activities included a lecture by a prominent sports attorney from Houston, as well as meetings with other professionals active in the motion picture and literary fields. Art and Entertainment Law Committee —Assault . Flattery ‘Grief is the word of A F’s cast, crew Assault and Flattery is often the brightest spot of the spring semester, giving law students a chance to poke fun at law school, law students, lawyers, and the law in general. The satiric comedy revue is managed and performed wholly by students. In 1987, a record 175 students took an extended break from the books and used their heretofore hidden talents to write the script, choreograph and dance the numbers, film the videos, play the music, sing the songs, manage and build the stage, and act in the skits that collectively comprise the musical show. The theme was "Grief," and was a take-off on the 1979 movie musical "Grease.” Appropriately, "Grief’ was set in Townes Mall during the 1950s. The show ran March 5, 6 and 7, and featured a barbershop quartet led by Justice Franklin Spears of the Texas Supreme Court. CAST: FRONT ROW: Marc Taubenfdd, Alice Wcisman, Paul Carmona, Cindy Hill, Jeff Bragalone, Stewart Thomas, Bruce Barron, Kim Ridley. SECOND ROW: Jo Ann Howard, Susan Foxwonh, Emily Stacy, Jennifer Jackson, Andrea Widburg. Lisa Dotin, Laurie Maniotis, Jeannic Mcl morc, Forrest Lumpkin, Suzanne Michel. THIRD ROW: John Muir, Kari Findley, Brad Friedman, Joe Pueschner, Etta Davidson, Debbie Scott, Jamie King, Lance Price, Melissa Rominc, Tom Breeding. FOURTH ROW: Laura Faibish, Linda Meltzer, Mark Toubin, Annette Chaires, Sara Spector, David Shukan, Penny Packard, Shch Dcteriing, Gwyn Camped, Laila Fcrnca. FIFTH ROW: Russ Miller, led Applewhite, Lauri J Schneidau, John Cohn. Jonathan Leach, Stephen Wilcox, Mary Landrum, Mark Stetler, Sharia Hays, Tamara LeFevte, Sam Johnson. BACK ROW: Walter Taylor, llene Brcitbarth, Charles Bybee, Greg Hudson, Greg Holloway, Brcc Buchanan, Veronica Carmona-34 — Assault 6c Flattery THE BIG SHOTS: Assistant Director Stewart Thomas, Business Manager Bruce Barron, Stage Manager Kim Ridley, Director Jeff Bragalone, Producer Cindy Hill, Assistant Producer Paul Carmona, Administrative Assistant Alice Wcisman, Creative Consultant Marc Taubcnficld. ohBoard of Advocates OFFICERS: SEATED: Lisa Bounds, Vicki Rowan, Gavin Mclnnis, James Snell, Bcih Collum, David Kaplan, Merritt Clements, Elaine Engstrom, Jeff Bragalone, Melody Cooper, Truman Spring. BACK ROW: John Cxacken, Margaret Uhlig, Chris Daniels, Sharon Sneed, Russ Wilson. Board administers advocacy programs The Board of Advocates used 1986-87 as a time to look back to see just how far the organization had come (sec picture above, current, and picture right, from 1948) since inception. The Board of Managers, as it was known back in 1949, administered the Hildebrand Competition. In 1962, the group became known as the Moot Court Board. In the early 1970s, the group’s tasks extended beyond moot court, so the organization became the Board of Advocates. The honorary organization devotes its efforts to encouraging oral advocacy and brief writing skills through moot court, mock trial and other advocacy programs, including client counseling. Membership is extended to students who accumulate the required number of competition and administrative points. Competition points arc earned by participation in advocacy events; administrative points arc earned by performance of duties for BOA, including witnessing or bailiffing. The BOA administered numerous competitions and selected national advocacy teams ranging from mock trial to patent to international law. Traditionally, the national teams fare well and bring the law school respect and recognition. In addition, the BOA handled the duties of the Permanent Secretary to the Order of the Barristers, a national organization comprised of the outstanding students of advocacy selected by more than 100 member law schools. Board of Advocates — 35Board of Advocates Top, Jeff Bragalone and BOA members instruct mock trial judges, who arc local at torneys, on the timing and point systems used to evaluate contestants. Mary Abbott and Susan Kocgcl review their arguments prior to their octofinal round in mock trial. Witness Chip Wilkinson waits patiently. Winners T. J. Gibson Moot Court, Fall 1986 Keith Trent, Jeff Tillotson Page Keeton Senior Mock Trial, Fall 1986 Larry Wilson, Jeff Tillotson Albert P. Jones Novice Mock Trial, Fall 1986 Chns Daniels, Tracy Turner National Moot Court Team, 1986 87 Jeff Bragalone, Beth Collum, Larry Wilson International Moot Court Team, 1986-87 Laura LaViolette, Charles Sierra, Ernesto Uribe Patent Moot Court Team, 1986-87 Peter Merrill. Daniel Perea Benton Moot Court Team, 1986-87 Alan Waldrop, Kathleen Engel, Roger Man del American Trial Lawyers Association Mock Trial Team, 1986-87 Beverly Reeves, Jodi Lazar, Chris Daniels National Mock Trial Team, 1986 87 Beth Collum, David Kaplan, Bart Pruitt, Larry Wilson. Russ Wilson 36 — Board of Advocates Photo by Michelle RobhenonBoard of Advocates Phocaj by Michelle Robberson Left, fall Senior Mock Trial winners Jeff Tillotson and Larry Wilson confer on motions in limine prior to the start of the final round. Above, Ronny Hecht rehearses his opening statement as Erik Heymann briefs his witness. MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Marci Morrison, Kathleen Engel, Melody Cooper, Traci Bransford, Beverly Reeves, Jodi Lazar, Sharon Sneed. BACK ROW: Randy Reed, David Kaplan, Bill Gammon, Lisa Bounds, Jack Hicks, Hans Graff, Truman Spring, Elaine Engstrom. Board of Advocates — 3C'liicano Law Students Association OFFICERS: Vice president Albert Navarro, Secretary Suzanne Villalon, Project Info Chair Susan Ponce, President Sylvia Acosta, Treasurer Charlie Akins. 38 — Chicano Law Students AssociationChicano Law Students Association f'txrto by Jului ruxwonh MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Suzaraia Sanchez, Ncreyda Moralcs-Martincz, Allxrt Navarro, Suzanne Villalon, Mary Fuentcs. SECOND ROW: Irene M. Ahumada, Oscar San Miguel. Joseph Barrientos, Rosa l.inda dc la Cerda. THIRD ROW: Roger A. Perez, Carlos Garcia, Sylvia F. Acosta, Charlie Akins, Rudy Susraita. BACK ROW: Alex Duran, Brian Quintero, Daniel A. Munoz, Nora Soliz, David Benavides. ChLSA feeds fajitas, plus much more Most UT law students may think primarily of good Mexican food when considering the Chicano Law Student Association. While ChlisA evokes that image to the public through the fall Fajita Fiesta, there is so much more to this ethnic-oriented group. Proceeds from the Fajita Fiesta, held on September 19, fund the Janie Villareal Loan Fund, which affords ChLSA members short-term emergency loans. The fund is named for a former UT law student who died of leukemia before graduation. ChLSA is also a proud sponsor of the East Austin Legal Clinic, which serves low-income Austinites. The clinic is staffed by volunteer attorneys, legal aid staff and ChLSA members, including freshlaws who provide a variety of assistance from intake interviewing to translation. Most of the other activities of this organization are geared toward supporting its membership. For instance, ChLSA has instituted a Freshlaw Academic Orientation Program. The group has organized month-ly Saturday morning sessions that include guest speakers and panel discussions. This year, ChLSA began its first Brown Bag Lecture Series. Among its invited speakers was the ncwly-elected Texas Supreme Court Justice Raul Gonzales. ChLSA was proud to present Justice Gonzales, the first Hispanic to win a statewide election in Texas. The 1986-87 officers for ChLSA are Sylvia Acosta, president; Albert Navarro, vice president; Suzanne Villalon, secretary; Charles Akin, treasurer; Anita Galvan, parliamentarian; Joseph Barrientos, public liaison; Carlos Garcia, historian; Alex Duran, librarian; Susan Ponce, Project Info chair; and Prof. Roberto Soto, faculty advisor. Chicano Law Students Association — 39Chancellors Chancellors reward FALL: FRONT ROW: L. Michelle Cherry, Susan Goodman, Mark Davis. BACK ROW: Jeremy W. Dickens, B. Keith Trent, Sam Johnson, Robby Aklcn. Not Pictured: Charles L. TTrompson IV. academic excellence Established in 1912, the Chancellors is the highest honorary society of the Law School. The organization was created 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. Chancellors are chosen from among those students who have completed at least 42 semester hours and who are not already members. Each fall and spring semester, the eight students possessing the highest grade point averages arc awarded membership. Officers are selected strictly on the basis of their grades at the time of selection. The Fall 1985 Chancellors were Grand Chancellor Keith Trent, Vice Chancellor Mark Davis, Clerk Robby Alden, Keeper of the Peregrinus Michelle Cherry and Chancellors-at-Large Charles Thompson, Sam Johnson, Jeremy Dickens and Susan Goodman. The Spring 1986 Chancellors were Grand Chancellor Tarvis Sales, Vice Chancellor David Powers, Clerk Suzanne Carr, Keeper of the Peregrinus David Joffe and Chancellors-at-Large Eric Redwinc, David Bonscr, Kirk Baker and Don Janssen. The Chancellors arc ably guided by their faculty advisor, Professor David Anderson, who was also a Chancellor as a student at the Law School. He deserves thanks and credit for keeping the traditions of the Chancellors alive. Photo by Michelle Robbcewn SPRING: FRONT ROW: EricJ. F. Redwine. W Kirk Baker. BACK ROW: Travis James Sales, Don Janssen, David W. Bonscr, David JofFc. Not Pictured: Suzanne Carr, D. J. Powers. 40 — ChancellorsDelta Theta Phi International legal society 80,000 strong Service group bound by friendship ties Delta Theta Phi is an international professional fraternity with over 80,000 student and alumni members in the United States and other countries. The alumni senates are very active and maintain dose contact with the student senates. The fraternity will hold its biennial convention in Minneapolis in thesummer of 1987. The Sam Houston Senate of Delta Theta Phi at The University of Texas is a socially oriented fraternity, and strong friendship binds the members of the group together. The fraternity also seeks to serve the law school community by providing services such as coffee and donut study breaks during final exams and by presenting speakers to the members of the law school student body. Officers serving the organization this year included John Symington, Dean; Barbara Stansfield, Vice-Dean; John Stern, Exchequer; Diane Smith, Tribune; Randy Reed, Master of Ritual; Jeff Drummond, Clerk of Rolls, and Jerry Wurst, Bailiff. FRONT ROW: John Stem. SECOND ROW: Elizabeth Horan, John Symington, Randy Reed, Diane Smith, Jim Masik. THIRD ROW: Beer Man, Rae Ann Allong, Karen Hackler, Mark Alvarado, Bill Juvrud, Rally Krueger. BACK ROW: Ted Applewhite, Jeff Drummond, Catherine Bernhardt, Millie Marcossey, Barbara Stansfield. Delta Theta Phi — 4 1Environmental and IVatural Resources Law Society ENRLS recognized for green-barrel recycling The Environmental and Natural Resources Law Society (ENRLS) was established in fall of 1982 with a group of only five students. The current membership of approximately fifty students includes people with experience in environmental agencies, public interest groups, consulting, engineering, economics and a number of other various educational and legal backgrounds. The members of ENRLS arc united by a common interest in opening channels of communication between law students, teachers and practitioners so that all will be able to make more enlightened contributions to environmental and natural resource law. ENRLS is involved in several campus activities. The most visible effort of the group is its recycling of aluminum cans in the big green receptacles around the law school, as well as recycling paper refuse. The group hopes to establish a student scholarship with the recycling proceeds. The organization also sponsored several guest speakers on pertinent topics in natural resources law. The organization also continues to seek the addition of more environmental law courses to the University law school curriculum. The real estate and oil crunches have not dampened the enthusiasm of ENRLS members, and the group continues to increase awareness of environmental law issues and to provide beneficial experiences for students interested in pursuing careers in environmental and natural resources law. John Foxworth MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Jon Needle, Burgess Jackson, Roger Borgelt. SECOND ROW: Eric Ostrom, Susan White, Philip Lowe, Lilo Pomerleau, Mary Fejfar, Klay Smith, Lisa Nicholson, Susan Barker, Robert Stubbeman. BACK ROW: Jean Rosenblatt, Joanne Kilduff, Mike Adams, Stephen Joumeay, Robert Ruth, Steve Stricklin, Pat Pearlrnan, Mark Walker. 42 — Environmental and Natural Resources I.aw Society The Fedora Club symbol, inspired by its na- Fedora Club tional president Tom Landry. Fedora Club bids fond farewell to fans In an emotional meeting in the Townes Hall Courtroom Friday, February 13, the Fedora Club officially bid a fond adieu to the law school community. "We always knew this day was inevitable," said Brad Friedman, the Club’s president, as he unsuccessfully fought to hold back the tears. "From the outset we, as a group, decided to remain a parr of the IJT law school scene only as long as we were needed. I’m proud to say that we came, we led — and now it is time to move on.” “We definitely had an impact,” sobbed David Greenblatt, the Club's member. And oh what an impact it was! Who can forget the pride the student body felt when the Fedora Club represented the University at the National Haberdashery Conference? "They are simply zee best, oui, oui,” proclaimed Jean Claude Beauvoir, president of the Chapeau Club. "Muy bicn,” echoed Pedro Gonzales, president of the Sombrero Club. Remember the cheers in the auditorium when Jimmy Johnson, grandson of Abraham Ulysses Johnson, the original leader of UT's legendary Stovepipe Club, declared: “Granddad-dy would have been so proud. Thank you to the Fedora Club. You have reminded us all of the importance of hard work, acute intellectual prowess, and how these can be accomplished while maintaining a sharp, gentlemanly style.” "You don’t need us anymore," cried Greenblatt in his final goodbye. Barely audible over the Courtroom cheers, were Greenblatt's last words, "UT law — you have arrived! We are off to Dallas to be closer to our national president, Tom Landry. But I promise you, we are going to keep our eyes on you. If need be, I'll hop on the first Southwest flight back to Austin and personally block a few hats. I love you knuckleheads; now get out of here.” Friedman’s closing statements contained a message we can all learn from. Responding to a heckler who dared say that he never realized the Fedora Club did anything for him, Friedman stared, "As a famous general once said, ’the best leaders are those whose men never realized they had been led.’ Goodbye, and God bless you all.” Phocot by Mi hellc Robbcoon Fedora Club president Brad Friedman and Fedora Club member David Greenblatt bid an official but sad goodbye to their adoring fans. The Fedora Club 1984-1987 Fedora Qub — 43Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy Journal returns to UT campus after brief hiatus After several years of dormancy, the University of Texas staff of the Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy is not only able to reflect a heightened profile within Townes Hall, but also across the nation. Texas Senior Editor Sandy Honath brought distinction to herself and the UT staff through their outstanding contributions to the Journal’s Symposium Edition. National Editor Mike Schutt and National Administrative Editor James Jonas used an improved system of networking between the editorial staffs to give the Journal's final product a national perspective, rather than a strictly "Harvard” slant. The Journal has been in existence since 1978 and is published three times a year. Editorial staffs at law schools throughout the country contribute and edit each of the three annual editions. The work of each individual school's editorial staff is put into final form by a staff of national editors at Harvard. MEMBERS: SEATED: Sandy Honath, Peg Donahue, Polly Thorne. BACK. ROW: Steve Pierce, Robert Crane, Joe Pueichner, W. James Jonas III, Jeff Dickerson. Not Pictured: Michael P Schutt, Drew Phipps, Marty Green. The Journal is composed of symposia addresses, book reviews and student notes. The major part of student editing occurred in the spring semester at Texas, and included speeches made at the Austin and annual Federalist Society Symposium in Chicago. The Texas staff members were invited to join the Journal through the fall writc-on competition conducted by the five UT journals. The Journal added seven new staffers in September. 44 — Harvard Journal of Law and Public PolicyInternational Law Society W m MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Paula Bird, Rebecca Pool, Rosa Linda de la Cerda, Adriana Capistran, Bradlcigh Walters, Mark Friedman, Karyn Ijce, Michad Tucker, Mary Nell McGarity. SECOND ROW: Geoffrey Connor, Daphne Slater, Blair Craddock, Thomas Best, Helena Kolenda, Steve Thomas, David Malmo, Ernest Leonard, Daniel Hassctt, Susan Schrakamp, Robbie Greenblum. BACK ROW: Gerald Waid, Mark Laskay, Jack Martin, John McLeod, Holly Barnett. ILS opens eyes to international developments The members of the International Law Society dedicated themselves to increasing aw areness of developments and opportunities in international law during 1986-87. The Society endeavored to address career needs and academic interests of UT law students. Speakers during the year included visiting professor of international law Kenneth Simmonds, who spoke on the European Economic Community, and Jerome Cohen, a New- York attorney who discussed his work of negotiating business contracts in China. Also speaking to ILS were Father Robert Drinan, who discussed Central American refugees, and Willie Campbell, who talked about women in developing countries and the law. ILS members vacationed in Guana juato, Mexico, over spring break under the auspices of the law school’s Guanajuato Visitation Program. They also journeyed to Dallas in February for the American Bar Association International Trade Conference. ILS dedicated other efforts to its annual International Pot Luck Supper, for which members concocted and shared exotic international delicacies. International Law Society — 45Law-O-Rama Law-O-Rama treats everyone as number Law-O-Rama: where everyone is treated the same — like a number. Still in its infancy, Law-O-Rama members celebrate the purchase of the new company car (above right). The firm has also secured new high-tech offices. The founding partners (right) stop in the midst of a busy day to proudly pose in front of the latest in high efficiency shopping center law offices. Senior partner Michael Wyatt said, "We expect hundreds of new clients the first week of our Grand Opening Special — $19.99 no-fault divorces, add only $4.99 extra for each minor child.” During interviewing season, the word at Law-O-Rama for highly-recruited summer clerks is "Anything on the Menu" (lower right). New clerks are trained by Senior Partner David Casso on the philosophy of client rapport (below). Senior partners are David Casso, David Guillory, Karen Kelley, Sarah Loud, Catherine Mauzy, Paul Palmer, Beverly Reeves, Mary Stillinger, Rick Word and Michael Wyatt. Of Counsel: Neal Tettrud. LEASING OFFICF 46 — Law-O-RamaUniversity Civil Liberties Union UCLU President Paul Palmer does his Ixrst impersonation of erstwhile Attorney General Ed Meese, as Minister of Propaganda. David Casso takes notes. UCLU generates new student support After a three-year hiatus, the University of Civil Liberties Union arose like the Phoenix from the ashes, sponsored by a volatile mix of crazed civil libertarians and free spirits. UCLU activities over the year included the infamous Corona raffle, lobbying efforts at the Texas Legislature, aiding the Texas Civil Liberties Union in research efforts, hosting a Brown Bag series, civil liberties lobbying, and a reunion of the Killer Bees. Officers for 1986-87 were Paul D. (P.D.) Palmer, President; Manuela Garza, Vice President for ACLU Research; Catherine Mauzy, Vice President for Lobbying; Alice Weisman, Vice President for Membership; and Ross Crow, Vice President for Programs. MEMBERS: SEATED: Mary Stillingcr, Scott Polikov, Catherine Mauzy, Ross Crow. BACK ROW: Sara Spector, Craig Kulhanck, John Denier, David Casso, Beverly Reeves. Roger Borgelt. Paul Palmer, Blair Craddock, Scott Conrad. Not Pictured: Manuda Garza, Alice Weisman, Karen Kelley. University Gvil Liberties Union — 47law Students for the Rights of the Disabled New group supports right of disabled Law Students Organized for the Rights of the Disabled was founded in 1986 to promote understanding of the challenges of disability and to work toward expanding the civil rights of the disabled. Among LSORD's goals arc: 1) increasing physical and social access for disabled students in law school, 2) expanding opportunities for the disabled law student in the profession, 3) seeking legislative reform of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 to afford protection of the disabled similar to that enacted in the Gvil Rights Act of 1964 for the protection of women, minorities, and other groups, and 4) providing a link between the undergraduate disabled and the law school. Among our accomplishments were: 1) articles in the Texas Law Forum and The Daily Texan to inform students, faculty, and administrators of the challenges of disability, 2) commitment from the University to provide better access to the law school through automatic doors and provision for wheelchair access to lecture halls, 3) creation, in conjunction with the Women’s Law Caucus, of an Extended First Year plan to accommodate the needs of the disabled, 4) programs to acquaint the school with disabled students and disabled practitioners, and 5) outreach to other campuses and employers. Law provides the surest hope for enabling the disabled to become fuller members of our society. Efforts to secure adequate legal protection of employment rights, rights to physical access, and entitlements to social, legal and medical benefits are only just beginning. As you depart the law school, we ask that you remember our goals; and that you seek to incorporate them in your life and the lives of those you meet. John Foxwoith MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Marcy Holloway, Vice President. SF.CND ROW: Martin J. Thompson, Jr., President; Tom Stanton, Janet Monteros, Vice President. BACK ROW: Greg Smith, Stuart Whitlow, Ross Crow, Joe Gote. 48 — Law Students for the Rights of the DisabledLaw Students for Gay Lesbian Concerns 1,000 words without pictures LSGLC says You'll notice there is no group photograph on this page. Very few members of Law Students for Gay Lesbian Concerns arc willing to have their association with the group publicized to such an extent. To present a photo only of those individuals who do not mind being so identified would serve to seriously misrepresent the actual number of law students who, in one way or another, make use of our group. So, no photograph. Most of you arc unaware that there has been a registered organization for lesbian and gay law students at UT since the late 70s. Hundreds of gay students, who over the years were in some ways affected by LSGLC faced the same problems as do the dozens of current gay law students you've studied with this past year. Invisible for the most part, we bear in silence the jokes, the derision, the sense of isolation. Each of us knows that our private life is not properly a matter of public concern; yet we also arc aware that the federal government, state penal codes, law firms, bar associations — and many of you — consider it as such. This issue will be adequately addressed and resolved only through a thoughtful and even-handed presence in the wider forum. LSGLC is but a small part of that presence. To those of you continuing your law studies, remember that you never know who’s around you; please think before you speak. Of those in the class of 87 we ask that you remember this page in your yearbook, and that you consider doing what you can to insure that every member of the legal profession, regardless of sexual orientation, is afforded an equal opportunity to develop his or her career. Do what is fair and just. Law Students for Gay 8t Lesbian Concerns — 49Legal Research Hoard MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Julia Moore, Joanna Tate, Melody Cooper, Susan Goodman, James Masek. SECOND ROW: Jim McCollom, Jr., Martin Tate, Jim Price, Daniel Jordan, Peter D'Apice, Craig Rogers. OFFICERS: Daniel Jordan, Susan Goodman, Craig Rogers, James Masek. LRB pays students for research, writing The Legal Research Board was founded in 1961 and is one of the oldest student-managed legal research organizations in the United States. Members research and write memoranda of law for practicing attorneys throughout the country. While the LRB provides a valuable service to the bar, its primary purpose is to refine the research and writing skills of its members. LRB staff benefits from the opportunity to address actual legal problems in consultation with lawyers. Further, members enjoy the added incentive of being paid for their efforts. Invitations to membership are extended in two ways: receipt of the Outstanding Memorandum Award in first-year Legal Research and Writing, or by submission of a superior memorandum during the LRB write-on competition. Each semester, every member must write one memorandum and check the substantive accuracy and cite form of another. LRB officers for 1986-87 arc Susan Goodman, chairperson; Becky Fox, director; Dan Jordan, director; Jim Masek, director, and Craig Rogers, director. 0 — Legal Research BoardPhi Alpha Delta PAD hosts ‘Day With Judge’ program The Tom C. Clark Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta, in keeping with its tradition of service to students, the profession and the community, had a full agenda this year. For students, PAD sponsored a “Day with a Judge" program where students were able to meet judges and learn about their experiences first-hand. Among the judges participating in the program were Franklin Spears of the Texas Supreme Court and Robert Gammage of the Court of Appeals. PAD also sponsored several welcoming keg parties for freshlaws and is establishing a pre-law chapter of PAD for University of Texas undergraduates. For the profession, PAD was active in raising funds for the T. J. Gibson Memorial Scholarship. Close to $5000 in donations have been raised by PAD for the scholarship fund. During the spring, PAD members spoke to local high school students about "Drugs and the Law,” informing them of the legal ramifications of drug possession and usage. All law students are eligible to join PAD. The officers for 1986-1987 are: Jennifer Gehrt, Justice; Oscar Maldonado, Vice-Justice; Jamie King, Marshall; Victoria Garcia, Clerk; and Roger Borgelt, Treasurer. Photo by John Fox won h Jennifer Gehrt with Hon. Franklin Spears, OFFICERS: Vicky Garcia, Roger Borgelt, Jennifer Gehrt, Oscar Maldonado, Jamie King. Texas Supreme Court Justice and PAD alumnus. FRONT ROW: Kelly McDonald, Patricia Hagen, Julie Bloomfield, Penny Packard, Melissa Barlow, David Jeffus, Judy Walker, Oscar Maldonado. SECOND ROW: Michelle Henderson, Laurie Maniotis, Etta Davidson, Judy Qadam'asil, Jeffrey King, Roger Borgelt, Susannc Bonilla, Rafael Salas, Jamie King, Lance Price, Jorge Mariscal, Deborah Nckhorn. BACK ROW: Jennifer Gehrt, Vicky Garcia, James Jonas III, Brent Farney, David Hudson, Paul Veltc IV, Geoffrey Connor, James Lewis. Phi Alpha Delta — 51I»hi Delta Phi MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Ron Ingalls, Russ Wilson, Chris Daniels, Karen Bonicoro, John O Herren, Paul Aronowitz. SECOND ROW: Truman Spring, Peter D'Apice, Marc Shivers, Stephen Wilcox, Eric Redwinc, John Popham. Honor group yields most legal scholars 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 presidents, governors, senators, representatives, cabinet members, ABA presidents and law school deans have emerged 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 group also stressed social and intellectual interaction. Phutixby John Forwonh OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Ron Ingalls, Karen Bonicoro, John Popham. BACK ROW': John O’Herren, Eric Redwinc. 52 — Phi Ddta PhiReal Estate Law Society Growing RELS busy with ‘Law of Land’ Under the motto "Law of the I.and,” 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 has grown to over 90 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, bankruptcy and foreclosure proceedings, life as a real estate lawyer, closing transactions and commercial development. Presentations were by real estate attorneys and practi- tioners who were recognized experts in their fields. Kyle Stallones was program director. RELS assisted the Continuing Legal Educations Program with the annual Mortgage I.ending 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. Resa Kerns was the Institute coordinator. To increase opportunities for students to meet real estate attorneys, RELS enabled three members to attend monthly breakfast meetings of the local real estate bar. RF.I.S 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 1986-87 were Phil AUbritten, President; Kyle Stallones, 1st Vice President; Brian Quintero and Scott Jacobsen, 2nd Vice Presidents; Liz Davis, Treasurer; and David Benavides, Secretary. FRONT ROW: Liz Davis, Janice King, Scott Jacobson, Phil AUbritten, Kyle Stallones, David Benavides. SECOND ROW: W. W. Gibson, Laurie Maniotis, Andrew Kaufman, Erleigh NorviUe. Rosemary Williams, Kathryn Boccella, Ed Swanson, Catherine Tinker, Sheli Barnett, Doug Davis, Randy Crane. BACK ROW: Sharon Rculer, Rosa Linda De La Garza, Reed Leverton, Lance Price, Steve MacN'oll, Daniel Hassett, Lisa Lord, Sheri Bray, Greg Jordan. Real Estate Law Society — 53Review of Litigation TROL articles key on litigation issues The Review of Litigation is a scholarly journal dedicated to the close examination of issues and techniques of interest to the American advocate. It focuses both on substantive litigation theory as well as on the procedural tools of the courtroom lawyer. The Review's practical bent is maintained without compromising the high intellectual standards for which all University of Texas legal journals arc well known. Many of its articles arc on the cutting edge of developing legal theory and influence litigations everywhere. The Review from its inception has maintained a national scope. Law firms, courts and law libraries from all over the country subscribe to The Review. The authors that appear in The Review also have a national reputation, writing on such topics as complex litigation, antitrust and securities fraud. MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Bruce Strafford. Lesley Coney, Rob Schneider, Chris Daniels, Tom Moore, John Cohn. SECOND ROW: Edward Wilkinson, Andy Siegel, Michael Earl Lind, Kenny Broodo, J. Bruce McDonald, David Cerso, Jamie King, Russ Wilson, Irene Manatou. BACK ROW: Jim Langner, John Scarpino, Chuck Clietc, Ted Schwcinfurth, Diane Mazur, Kyle Stallones. On the procedural side. The Review has presented novel approaches to discovery, the admission and exclusion of evidence, and the use of expert witnesses. Besides traditional articles and student-written notes, The Review also publishes speeches, book reviews, and symposia. While publishing a legal journal is often a tedious and somber affair, The Review also provides a social outlet for its members through parties, happy hours and the like. The Review's "out drink an editor" sessions have become legendary on Townes' fourth floor. The staff is a small, hard-working group chosen primarily from each semester's writing candidacy program. The Review's office is another social outlet that acts not only as a refuge from the hustle and bustle of law school but also as a forum for often-heated debate. EDITORIAL BOARD: FRONT ROW: Ted Schwcinfurth. J. Bruce McDonald. John H. Scarpino. SECOND ROW: Robert H. George, Marc W. Taubenfeld, Dcanne Durfee, Stephen C. Mahaffcy, Karen Hansen, Chuck Stanfield, Mark Taylor, Jon Needle. BACK ROW: M. Scott McDonald.Sodalitas Tabernae Koetis Mercurrii Michelle Robbcncm MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Greg Hollow .John Muir. Rum MiBer. H cwGr ff SECOND ROW: Mike Rice. Dive Grccnbbn. Brad Friedman, Greg Hudson. Seo« Uneberr BACK ROW: Prof. David Anderson. Mike Byrd. Gardner Savage. Dave Sladic. Scotr Schools. Dave Miller Sodalitas lacks purpose, but not membership Sodalitas Tabernae Noctis Mercurrii, The Wednesday Night Bar Association, continued as a vital law school organization despite its apparent lack of purpose. See Sodalitas, 1986 Percgrinus 50. It was a year of turmoil, however. David Anderson, faculty advisor and mentor, took a leave of absence to "conduct research" at Columbia University. In New York. The nasty implications sent shudders throughout the organization. Then the spotty Texas economy took its toll. Management at Mike and Charlie's raised the price of margaritas to an unconscionable level, forcing the group into the streets. Without purpose, the Wednesday Night Bar (which meets on Thursdays) drifted. Meetings were conducted sporadically at the Draught House, Tavern and Deep Eddy Cabaret. By spring, however, Mike and Charlie's capitulated to the economic boycott, and WNBA returned to its native roost. David Anderson soon followed. Still, the difficulties continued: Just when the group settled comfortably into its dimly-lit and smoke-filled back room, the Eighties hit it smack dab between the eyes. Women began attending the meetings on a fairly regular basis. Some members brought dates. After much discussion, and several margaritas, the group decided this was not a violation of the rules, since there were none. Potential confrontation was avoided. With graduation fast approaching, the boys sat back, reflecting on the last three years, and ordered another one on the rocks, no salt. . . Sodalitas Tabernae Noctis Mercurrii — 55{Student Bar Association CRAZY SBA MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Walter Taylor, Joseph Barrientos, David Quan. Deece Eckstein, Russ Miller, Steve Benesh, Bruce Weidcr, Ron Ingalls. Bar fights for 10-12 The Student Bar Association had amassed great power. Some say it had become the very nerve center of the law school. Nearly every student found it necessary to rely on the service provided by (he organization. These were the golden years. Then it happened. The administration, the big boys — the guys who hold all the keys — stepped in and installed a stamp machine in the law school lobby. The game was over. Like the Hunt Brothers, members of the Student Bar sat and watched their empire crumble. They seemed destined to fall into the dregs of student services — doling out aspirin and bandaids and operating the lost and found. But not this group. They wanted something more. Redoubling their efforts, this year's SBA fought budget cutbacks by raising money to maintain library hours between 10:00 p.m. and 12 midnight. Buttons with the eloquent battle cry "10 to 12" became a fashion statement. Additionally, the group opened a student message center with mail boxes for every student in the law school and sponsored late-night ice-cream study breaks during final exams. The only failure suffered by this group was its disappointing inability to form a cohesive strategy to end world terrorism. Numerous keggers, a "bar-review," a Valentine's dance, a blood drive and a recruiting seminar for Big Brothers Big Sisters were tremendously successful. Despite the reactionary opposition of a frightened regime in the Texas Union, The Fall Drunk survived another year into its third decade. I guess you could say it was a good year — despite the stamp machine. 56 — Student Bar AssociationSECOND ROW: Carlene Ttndell, Lynelle Loke, Chris Ewing, llene Brcitbarth, Barbara Stroud, Camille Cutler, Catherine Crowley. Student liar Association Student Bar Association — 57 Photo by MkheUc Robbmon SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: (Above) FRONT ROW: Steve Benesh, Bruce Weider. BACK ROW: Deece Eckstein. Catherine Crowley, Lynelle Loke. FIRST YEAR MEMBERS: (Left) Camille Cutler. Victim Merritt Clements. Chris Ewing. Victim Emily Stacy, Walter Taylor, Barbara Stroud. Not Pictured: Andy Starr. THIRD YEAR MEMBERS: (Far Left) David Quan, Undergrad Klara Zehemmayr, Undergrad Kevin Witcher, Joseph Barrientos. Undergrad Anna Norris, Undergrad Amy Rader, Carlene Tindell, Ron Ingalls, Ilene Breit-barth, Russ Miller. Teaching Quizmasters FRONT ROW: Roy Mersky. SECOND ROW: Nancy Adamson, Vicki Eascus, Sarah Dougharty, Jeannie McLemore, Jo Ann Howard, Tom Reeder. THIRD ROW: I.auri J. Schneidau, Resa Kerns, Beth Collum, Lisa Bruner, Virginia Smith, Karen Kellett, David Quan, Forrest Lumpkin. BACK ROW: Brad Friedman, Stewart H. Thomas, Charles Bybee, Susan Fo worth, RussSdlivan Sam Johnson, Joe Pueschner. MuhclJc RobbcnonTeaching Quizmasters TQs ease first year with fun, support Teaching Quizmasters are the one group that everyone has contact with — or should we say, with whom everyone has contact. We teach frcshlaws how to use the library and constantly remind them to check the pocket parts. Once they have mastered legal research, we guide them through memos, briefs and oral advocacy. Throughout the year, we help with everything from registration to scheduling second-year courses, meanwhile organizing enough study breaks to keep everyone sane. During the year, our students (hey, don't call them kids) became good friends. From intramural football to happy hours to dinners and 6th Street, S.L.A.B. was the term for T.Q. activities for the year (Sounds Like A Blast). We also grew to love each other. When you put 25 people in an office that small, you cither learn to laugh together or you drive each other crazy. Hoops . . . Stitch and Bitch . . . lunch at your desk . . . sharing Wills and FIT notes . . . meetings with Jodi and Christy . . . Jeannie's hair . . . florist deliveries . . . guest lecturers . . . (do you think they’ll figure out that I don't know cite form?) . . . envelope stuffing . . . job decisions . . . transparencies . . . Susan's frosted animal cookies . . . why are there five people here at 2 a.m.? . . . Nancy, 1 need a room . . . let's get a pizza . . . fortune cookies "in bed" . . . and never-ending talks about men, women, sex . . . S.L.A.B. Above right, TQ officers Brad Friedman, Russ Sullivan and Nancy Adamson discuss requirements for becoming a TQ. Right, TQ Jeff Tillotson counsels hisTQ-eeon cite form. MkhcUc Robbmon Teaching Quizmasters — 59Texas International Law Journal TILJ fourth oldest, mailed worldwide "The Wang's down” . . . BBCCs . . . "What about the Germans!'” . . . galley reads . . . teams . . . "Who’s on ad duty!'” . . . down loading . . . The Refrigerator . . . "Are we out of coffee?” . . . red pencils . . . cite form . . . "Kinzcl's wife made it" . . . Cocoa Night . . . Christensen . . . "We're on the street!" . . . Banquet . . . In its twenty-second year, the Texas International Law Journal is the fourth oltlest student-edited international law journal in the United States. TILJ publishes articles by outstanding scholars and practitioners as well as student notes and comments. Subscribers in 38 countries receive three issues per year. Members are selected by spring and fall write-on competitions, independent submissions, anil achievement in the Jessup International Moor Gum G m-petition. This year, TILJ extended membership to MCJ (master of comparative jurisprudence) students. The six MCJ students, representing Sweden, Germany and Italy, added an additonal clement of exoticism to the 47 J.I), candidates, many of whom have studied or worked abroad. In addition to publishing TILJ, the Editorial Board and Staff also host lectures and brown bag luncheons featuring international lawyers, and organize round-tables and programs featuring UT and visiting scholars. MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Christian Zur Ncddcn, Tim Tuggcy, Charles Roff, Holly Barnett. SECOND ROW: Ludwig von Zum-busch, Wayne Byers, David Stanush, Paul Veltc. THIRD ROW: Richard Copeland, David Casso, Kay Boccella, Jim von Atzingen, Jim Hordern, Mike Tucker, Michelle Robber-son. FOURTH ROW: Neil Pfeiffer, Kim Trotter, Sara Wheeler, Angelika Hoche, Karen M. Lu, Rose Williams, Susie Davenport. FIFTH ROW: Scott Kmzel, Raffaele Sabato, Mikael Sedolin, Matt Claman, Bjorn Pirrwitz, Lowell Keig, Behrooz Moghaddam, Kelly Ford, Greg Hawthorne. Robbie Greenblum. SIXTH ROW: Paul Carmona. EDITORIAL BOARD: FRONT ROW: Matt Claman. SECOND ROW: Holly Barnett, James Mclncrny, Kimberly Trotter, Tim Tuggcy, Charles Roff. BACK ROW: David Stanush, Behrooz Moghaddam, Scott Kmzel, David Casso, Bruce Priddy, Wayne Byers. 60 —TILJTexas Law Forum STAFF: I.isa Neumann, llcnc Breitbarth, James Jonas, l-rica Krcnncrich, Letitia Johnson. Not Pictured: Ore Hudson Miracle brings Law Forum from ashes Anything short of a miracle would he an understatement in describing the progress made by the Texas Law Forum this year. Yes, the New York Times is still out of our league, but the broad-based support from the law school combined with the talent of our managing editor brought back a facet of Townes Hall that had been in decline since Sam Hurt left the staff for a legitimate career (that's right Sam did not go on to private practice). This year the Law Forum was able to escape the self-indulgent spiral that had been the standard. With the contribution of articles from LSORD, SB A, BOA, ChLSA, WLC, LSGLC, TMLS, AJCL, TROL, TLR, TILJ, HJL PP, PAD, Tarlron Library, and numerous faculty and deans, there was something meaty to put in the paper; for the first time our staff was facing the challenge of explaining why certain articles did nor make certain issues. This challenge was soon a parr of our “normal" operations (it's easy when one of the first articles you leave out was by Dean Yudofi). The Law Forum is especially grateful to those who offered early support. Professor Ingrid Hillinger of William and Mary College will always be remembered as being the first professor willing to give us a portion of her time and talent. Dean Yudof and Associate Dean Harriss are also to be thanked for their support and understanding during the paper's constant fiscal battles. Photo by Mxhdlr Robbcnon Texas low Forum Suzanne Michel, formerly of THE DAILY TEXAN stalT, served as Managing Editor of the Texas Law Forum. She is a third-year student. Texas Law Forum — 61Texas Law Review THIRD YEAR MEMBERS: FRONT ROW; Robby Alden, Gardner Savage, Elaine Engstrom, David Bonser, L. Michelle Cherry, Sam Johnson, Janer Smith, Mary Nell McGarity. SECOND ROW; Eric J. F. Redwine, John Hulme, Keith Sorge, David Miller, Jack Hicks, Jeremy Dickens, Jon Graham, James Cox, David Greenblatt, Marc Shivers, Lars Gustafsson, Don Janssen, Mark Davis, Norma Coindreau, Mitch Kreindler. BACK ROW: Greg Burch, Larry Vincent, Gary Whittington, Mike Weinberg, Monica Leiter, David Joffe, B. Keith Trent, Travis James Sales. SECOND YEAR MEMBERS: FRONT ROW; Don Neal. David Barrett. Tracy Greer, Kurt Berney, Dan Bitting, Robin Meyer. SECOND ROW: Kirk Baker, Joe Everson, Link Newcomb, Etta Davidson, Susan Thompson, Betty Owens, Bob Loper, Selden Wallace. BACK ROW: Neel Lane, Steve Smit, Jeff King, John Howard, Ted Paris, Bruce Kosub, Bill Swanstrom. 62 — Texas Law ReviewTexas Law Review Texas Law Review Volume 65 Jeremy w. Dickens Lars G. Gustafsson Executive Editors Norma A. Coinoreau James A. Cox Charles L. Thompson IV An ides Editors David W. Bonser Phil Carroll Elaine D. Engstrom Jack B. Hicks Julia L. Armstrong W. Kirk Baker David A. Barrett Florence Pfullman Berkley Kurt J. Berney Daniel C. Bitting Geniene Boeck Rick Boston Gregory Burch Jeffrey w. Chambers L. Michelle Cherry Etta M. Davidson Joseph M. Everson III Eric Fryar Keith Fullenweider Tracy Greer Jonathan P. Graham Editor in Chief E. Lawrence Vincent, Jr. Managing Editor Robert C. Aiden Mark Davis Michael Weinbfrg Sott Editors James S. Cochran Book Renew Editor John R. Hulme Benjamin David Joffe Mitchell R. Kreindler David E. Miller Associate Editors Jonathan M. Harrison Bruce C. Herzog John L. Howard. Jr. Don Janssen Sam Johnson Bruce Edward Kosub Jeffrey Brian King Bonner Kyle Daniel McNeel Lane. Jr. Robert Benton Loper Mary Nell McGarity Robin Meyer Jon Mosle Mary C. Moynihan Donald W. Neal, Jr. R. Link Newcomb Sabra Newell Betty R. Owens Members Denny Peters Business Office Monica Leiter Administrative Editor David A. GreenblatT Janet Marie Smith Research Editors Eric J.F. Redwine Marc Tiller Shivers B. Keith Trent Gary Whittington Theodore W. Paris Thomas C. Pelto M. Catherine Powell Esther Rosenbi um Travis James Sales Gardner Savage Cynthia Schnedar Steven Smit Ketth M. Sorge Susan Strawn Bill Swanstrom Susan K Thompson Selden A. Wallace Laurie Weiss Joel R. white Stayton L. Worthington Loye w. young. Jr. Law Review maintains status of excellence The Texas Law Review is a scholarly journal that publishes articles of interest to various members of the legal profession seven times a year. This publication schedule requires that its members devote considerable amounts of time and effort to the Review. Over 700 submissions a year are received from professors, judges and practitioners. The editors select articles for publication and occasionally solicit articles on particular topics. Students in the entering classes of 1984 and 1985 were qualified to join the Review by being in the top six percent of their first-year section, by successfully participating in the annual write-on competition, or by completing a Note accepted for publication by the first day of their last full year of law school. Students invited to join are required to invest a considerable amount of time and energy in the Review. Second-year students work closely with editors in writing a Note on an issue of interest in the law. They also work on numerous cite checks and other tasks essential to maintaining the Review's production schedule. The editors of the Review work directly with the authors of the articles in reading pieces for publication. They also oversee the lengthy and time-consuming publication process necessary to maintain the Texas Law Review's place as a high-quality, nationally respected legal publication. Texas Law Review — 63Thurgooil Marshall Legal Society Society fosters community sense John Foiwonh TMLS sponsored a barbecue with all the trimmings to raise funds for the group's activities. The Thurgood Marshall Legal Society, named after the distinguished U.S. Supreme Court Justice, provides a forum in which we encourage the study, research and diffusion of ideas and concepts among students, faculty and other professionals throughout the legal community. TMLS also seeks to promote stu-dent faculty administration cooperation and association; to encourage a racially-mixed student body with equal opportunities; and to provide social and extracurricular activities which benefit TMLS and promote commitment to the needs of the Black community. The organization is busy in the Austin area with activities including the East Austin Legal Clinic, the Big Brother Big Sister fundraiser and the Frederick Douglass Moot Court competition. TMLS pursues academic excellence and fosters unity among minority law students. MicKHIf Robhmon MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Tracie Washington, Jeanne Covington, William Clay, Flora Fcaron, Kathy Olden, Suzette Jones, Kimberly Posey, Latisha Martin, Erica Markum, Janet Martin, Sabrina Austin, Albert Powell, Doug Lofton. SECOND ROW: Michele Bondurani, Sylvia Hardman, Gerald Bright, Judy Qadim'asil, Tonya Moten, Al Odom, Anthony Wilson, Gregory Chandler. BACK ROW: Randy Reed, Christian Covington. Luther Mayberry, Lee R. Johnson, Koft Amoaka, Marcus Blackwell, Weslynn Walker. 64 — Thurgood Marshall Legal SocietyLaw Offices of Torpor, Inertia and Entropy ENTROPIANS: FRONT ROW: Michelle SENIOR PARTNERS: FRONT ROW: Robbcrson, Tracy Greer, Kari Findley, Elaine Thomas F. Loose, Vincent "Tripp" Marable. Romberg, Glen Grunberger. BACK ROW: BACK ROW: Michelle E. Robbcrson, Renea Pete Olson. Jay Wallace, Freddie Hernandez, E. Ryland, M. Elaine Romberg, Jon Mosle, Tripp Marable, Ronny Hecht, Tom Moore, Jennifer Torbett, Freddie Hernandez. OF Ricky Roscnblum, Robbie Greenblum. COUNSEL: Jon Bon Jovi. Entropy controls members very existence "So Robbie, I've got a problem; can you help me?” "Well, do you do class every day, Danny?" "Of course." "So what’s the problem?” "Mr. Grunberger, what’s the holding in this case?" "Well, sir, there’s this lattice . . . the trial court will think ’plate,’ the appeals court will think ’shrimp’ and the Supreme Court will think ’plate of shrimp.....Mr. Loose, could you sum- marize the dissent?" "Gagunga gugunga.” "Could you expound on that sir?" "No." "So Ricky and Erik, do you equate John Wayne with the American way of life?" "We went to his office and he came to tlie door in a dress. John Wayne’s a fag." Michelle quickly countered, "He took me to the Astroworld and we had a good time.” Martin, who was at the Astroworld, wanted a cheeseburger, a hot dog, a Snickers, Red M Ms and honey-roasted peanuts. Tracy informed him, "You’ll get nothing and like it." Ronny and Tom Moore were seen jogging in UT law school sweats. Pete, who was accompanying them, remarked, "Striking.” Kari, who was nearby verbally berating Jay, declared "I will teach you the meaning of the word — respect." Jay asked for 10,000 marbles and proceeded to melt. Renea, watching from Dry Creek, exclaimed, "I hate it when that happens." Jon, descending the stairs for more beer, queried the crowd, "Would that be Bing and ‘Hey Jude’ or ‘Ballad of the Green Berets’?" The crowd chanted "Baaad Name, Baaad Name." Freddie, upon learning he would be living with Tripp, calmly and succinctly said, "I’m in hell.” Tripp replied pertly, "If you don’t have anything nice to say about anyone, go ahead and say it anyway." Karen Kelley, taking note, grabbed him by the hair and shouted, "Excuse me, but I’m trying to use the phone!" Jennifer, enjoying the commotion, slammed two Foster’s and aided Karen in her chore. Elaine, finally arriving, invited everyone to her house for a party. "Do you have a pool?" asked the crowd. Elaine, thinking quickly on her feet, replied, "Swimming pool, pond . . . pond would be good for you." Law Offices of Torpor. Inertia and Entropy — 65Women's Law Caucus WLC seeks part-time fresh law program The Women’s Law Caucus is a group of women and men organized 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 in law. The WLC’s past activities have included establishing an informal grievance procedure through the placement office; publishing a monthly newsletter addressing issues of concern to all law students; making monetary contributions to various community groups; conducting voter registration drives; continuing efforts to recruit women and minority law faculty; and sponsoring a casino night. During the 1986-87 year, the WLC has continued to be active, adding several new activities to its program. This year's agenda included sponsoring panel discussions on interviewing techniques; sponsoring a food drive for Austin’s needy; sponsoring child care for parents and faculty within the law school; sponsoring representatives to the 18th National Conference on Women and the Law in Washington, D.C.; and sponsoring an active speakers program that in- cluded Helen Farabee, Sarah Wed-dington, Judge Marilyn Aboussie, and Congresswoman Patricia Schroeder. In addition, the WLC proposed a program whereby the law school would allow up to 20 students (disabled students and parents) to take the first-year curriculum on a part-time basis. The faculty adopted the proposal, and the program will begin in 1987-88. WLC officers for 1986-87 are D'Ann Johnson, President; Norma Sierra, Vice-President; Veronica Carmona, Secretary; and Jo Christy Brown, Treasurer. FIRST ROW: Sarah Siddons-Bowers, Lilo Poincrlcau, Paula Bird. SECOND ROW: Debbie Backus, D’Ann Johnson, Vicki Eastus, Brenda Jo Cox, Jo Christy Brown, Suzanne Sanchez. BACK ROW: Marianne Rcat, Carolyn Porter, Helena Kolenda, Molly Moynihan, Linda Meltzer, Norma Coindreau, Veronica Carmona. 66 — Women's Law CaucusEditor Michelle Robberson and Associate Editor Elaine Romberg pose with yearbook mascot Winnie. Below, Supervisor Jerry Thompson and his Assistant Mary Felps take a moment to smile. Bottom, Pcregrinus photographer John Foxworth gets caught with his paper out. John Forworch Peregrinus John Foitwofth Pere-what? Yearbook staff trudges on Ah, yes, the Pcregrinus. Freshlaws don’t know what it is, nobody knows the correct pronunciation, nobody knows how much work goes into it. But it's still a law school institution. The Peregrinus (per-uh-grin-oos) has survived cancellation, renovation, sheer lack of interest, ugliness and other chaos. Students and faculty generated enough interest to bring the oncc-defunct book back to life in the early 1970s. It has published continuously since then. The Peregrinus editor is selected by the Texas Student Publications (TSP) Board of Trustees. The rest of the staff is personally recruited by the editor. Law students volunteer to take photos, write copy and plan pages. Our staff photographer is provided by TSP. The staff works hard on weekends, weeknights, after exams, and during Christmas break, trying to churn out a top-notch edition. VC’e still missed our deadlines a bit. Oh well, like we said, it’s a tradition. FACULTY The job of the professors at the School of Law is to provide students with the big picture of the law, whether it be bankruptcy, tax, evidence, divorce, or whatever. But often it is the details, the tidbits of wisdom dropped casually in a comment, case or anecdote, that will separate the top of the grade curve from the bottom or the middle. The law school would be nothing without its faculty — a silent building with classrooms full of students, just waiting. Many students’ career destinies are shaped directly (by knowing a professor) or indirectly (by his grade-giving) by the faculty at Texas. All faculty photos by John Foxu-orth Facility — 69Administration Mark G. Yudof, Dean of the School of Law. James A. Elkins Centennial Chair in Law. B.A., William Cunningham, President, The LL.B., Pennsylvania. M. Michael Sharlot, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Wright C. Morrow Professor of Criminal Law. Evidence. Criminal Law, Prosecution Clinic. B.A. Antioch College; LL.B. Pennsylvania. William Powers, Jr., Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Benjamine Harrison Powell Professor of Law. Torts, Products Liability, Jurisprudence. B A., California — Berkeley; J.D., Harvard. — AdministrationAdministration Susan a I. Aleman, Assistant Dean for Scu- Rob Wiley, Assistant Dean for Student Af- dcnt Affairs. B.S., M.Ed., J.D., Texas; M.S., fairs. B.A., Arkansas — Little Rock; M.A., Matt Harriss, Assistant Dean for Business Texas A l. Memphis State; Ph.D., J.D., Texas. Affairs. B B.A., M.P.A., Texas. Julius Gctman, Associate Dean for Faculty Research. Earl E. Sheffield Regents Chair in Law. Labor, Employment Discrimination, Legal Education. BA., C.C.N.Y.; J.D.. I.L.M., Harvard. “I haven't been at Texas long enough to comment on the grading system, except to say that grading is terrible all over. It’s easily a professor's least favorite part of teaching. The grading at Yale u as essentially honors and credit, which tended to be easier, more humane, and yielded less student unhappiness." — Julius “Jack” German Administration — 71 Faculty Hans W. Baade, Hugh Lamar Scone Chair in Civil Law. Conflicts, Comparative Law, International Transactions. A.B., Syracuse; J.D., Kiel (Germany); LL.B., LL.M., Duke; Diploma, Hague Academy of International Law. Barbara Bader Aldavc, Joe A. Worsham Centennial Professor of Law. Business Associations, Securities Regulation, Constitutional Law. B.S., Stanford; J.D., California — Berkeley. David A. Anderson, Rosenberg Centennial Professor of Law. Torts, Mass Communications, Communications Torts. A.B., Harvard; J.D., Texas. “The grading system in the law school is simply abominable. The numerical curve suggests a degree of precision that just isn't there." — Barbara Bader Aldave 72 — FacultyFaculty Richard V. Barndt, Professor. Marital Property Rights, Legislation, Professional Responsibility. B.S.L., LL.B., Utah. Harold H. Bruff, Thompson Knight Centennial Professor in Law. Administrative Law, Constitutional Law. B.A., Williams College; J.D., Harvard. Philip Bobbitt, Professor. Constitutional Michael J. Churgin, Professor. Criminal Pro-Law, National Security Policy. A.B., sccution. Criminal Law, Immigration and Princeton; J.D., Yale; Ph.D., Oxford. Naturalization. A.B.. Brown; J.D., Yale. Faculty — 73Robert O. Dawson, Judge Benjamin Harrison Powell Professor of Law. Criminal Law, Criminal Defense Clinic. B.A., Missouri; I.L.B., Washington University; S.J.D., Wisconsin. Joseph M. Dodge, William H. Francis, Jr., Professor of Law. Director, Summer School Program. Federal Income Taxation, Wills, Trusts Estate Manning. B.A., I.L.8., Harvard; I.L.M., New York University. George F. Dix, Vinson Elkins Professor of Law. Criminal Investigation, Texas Criminal Procedure, Law and Psychology. B.S..J.D., Wisconsin. David B. Filvaroff, Cooper K. Ragon Regents Professorship in l.aw. Torts, International I.aw, Civil Rights. B.S., Wisconsin; I.L.8., Harvard. Faeulty — FacultyFaculty William W. Gibson, Sylvan Un« Professor of law. Real Estate Transactions, Real Estate Mafk p G Profasot. Con- Finance, Insurance. B.A., LL.B., Texas. ,, . _ „ tracts. Federal Income Taxation, Partnership Taxarion. B.A., Yale; J.D., University of Chicago. '7 think all power wielders should be responsible to the public in some way. I would prefer that (Supreme Court) judges not be power wielders. We need to arrange for judges to perform judicial functions and not to make legislative decisions. Judges who simply apply the law as written wouldn 7 worry us as much. ” — Lino A. Graglia Lino A. Graglia, Rex G. Baker and Edna Heflin Baker Professor of Consrirurional Law. Constitutional Law, Antitrust. B.A., C.C.N.Y.; LL.B , Columbia. Steven Goode, Emily Marshall Wulff Centennial Faculty Fellow. Professor. Evidence, Criminal law. Wills and Estates. B.A., Williams College. J.D., Yale. Faculty Stanley M. Johanson, Bryant Smith Chair in Law. Wills and Estates, Estate Hanning. B.S., Yale; LL.B., Washington; LL.M., Harvard. J. Patrick Hazel, Professor. Director, Tiny Gootch Centennial Professorship in Trial Practice. Trial Advocacy, Texas Civil Procedure. S.T.L., Gregorian University (Rome, Italy); M.Ed., Loyola University; J.D., Texas. Robert W. Hamilton, Benno C. Schmidt Chair in Business Law. Contracts, Business Associations. B.A., Swarthmore; J.D., University of Chicago. 76 — FacultyFaculty Calvin Johnson, Arnold, White and Durkee Centennial Professorship in Law. Tax. B.A., Columbia; J.D., Stanford. Page Keeton, W. Page Keeton Chair of Ton law. Products Liability, Ton law Seminar B A LL.B., J.D., Harvard. Corwin W. Johnson, Edward Clark Centennial Professorship in law. Property, Water law Land-Use Planning. B.A., J.D., Iowa State. Faculty — 77Faculty Keith E. Morrison, William Stamps Fish Fund Professor Emeritus in Law. LL.B. Inga Markovits, Morris and Rita Atlas Family Centennial Professor in Law. Family Law, Children and the Law, Socialist Law. Dr. Jur., Freic Universitat Berlin (Germany); LL.M. Yale. Richard Spencer Markovits, Marrs McLean Professor of Law. Law and Economics, Jurisprudence. Constitutional Law. B.A., Cornell; Ph.D., University of London; LL.B. Yale. Douglas I.aycock, Fulbright Jaworski Professor of Law. Remedies, Constitutional Law, Religious Liberty Capstone Seminar. B A., Michigan State; J.D., University of Chicago. J. Leon Lebowicz, John S. Redditt Professor of Law. Gvil Procedure, Business Associations, Securities Regulations. B.A., J.D.. Baylor; LL.M., New York University. 78 — FacultyFaculty Thomas 0. McGarity, William Stamps Parrish Professorship in Law. Torts, Environmental Law, Administrative Law. B.A., Rice; J.D., Texas. Roy M. Mersky, Elton M Hyderand Martha Rowan Hydef Centennial Professor of Law, and Director of Research at Tarlton Library. Legal Research Writing. B.S., J.D., M.A.L.S.. Wisconsin._______________ Jack Ratliff, Assistant Professor. Texas Civil Procedure. Advanced Civil Trial. B.A.. LL B.. Texas. I he move away Jron writing in ‘legalese' is certainly the trend based on curriculum studies I've seen from law schools around the country. In addition to the legal writing courses, the new style must be emphasized by the faculty in situations where writing is required. ” — Roy A. Mersky Alan Scott Rau, Liddell, Sapp, Zivlcy and La boon Professor of Law. Contracts. B.A., LL.B., Harvard. Faculty — 79Faculty Michael P. Rosenthal, Thomas Shelton Maxcy Professorship of Law Juvenile Justice Clinic, Criminal Law, Elderiaw Clinic. A.B., J.D., Columbia. Gil Reavis, Adjunct Professor. Texas ( ivil Procedure, Products Liability Litigation. B.A., J.D., Texas John J. Sampson, Ben Gardner Sewell Professor of Law. Childrens Rights Clinic, Marital Relations and Divorce, legislative Process. I.L.B., Minnesota. HO — FacultyFaculty David Simon Sokolow, Assistant Professor. Contracts, Business Associations, Entertainment Law. B.A., M.A..J.D.,Columbia. Edward F. Sherman, Angus G. Wynne Professor of law. Civil Procedure, Complex Litigation, Civil Rights. A.B., Georgetown; M.A., University of Texas at El Paso, I.L.B., S.J.D., Harvard. ■VI Roberto G. Soto, Assistant Professor. Contracts, Refugee Law, Welfare Law and Social Policy. B.A..J.D.,Texas. “The proposed oil import tux would have a short-term benefit for Texas by raising the price of imported oil and lowering the price of Texas oil. I think the long-term effects are rather dubious. . . . The tax is, at best, a patchwork solution to the Texas crisis. ” — Ernest E. Smith Faculty—HIJohn F. Sutton, Jr., A. W. Walker, Jr. Centennial Chair in Law. Evidence, Professional Responsibility, Torts.J.O., Texas. Michael E. Tigar, Thomas Watt Gregory Professor of Law. Civil Procedure, Criminal Law, Federal Appellate Seminar. B.A.,J.D., California-Berkeley. H2 — Faculty Faculty James Trcccc, Charles I. Francis Professor of Law. Tores. Federal Civil Procedure, Michael F. Sturley, Assistant Professor. Property, Admiralty, Payment Systems. Patents, Trademarks Copyrights. B.S., Yale, B.A.. M.A., Oxford. M.A.J.D., Illinois.Louise Weinberg, Raybourne Thompson Professor of Law. Conflicts, Federal Courts, Admiralty. A.B. Cornell; J.D., LL.M., Harvard. Elizabeth A. Warren, Professor. Bankruptcy, Banking Law. B.S. Houston; J.D., Rutgers. Faculty Russell J. Weintraub, John B. Connally Chair in Civil Jurisprudence, Professor. Contracts, Conflict of Laws. B.A., New York University; J.D., Harvard. Faculty — 83Faculty “Grades have a lot to do with what job offers you get. Law firms are very informed consumers, and are paying a high price for what they are buying. But no firm in the country hires solely on the grades. Even the first in the class gets turned down. A firm may interview him and say ‘This person's a geek.' So grades must be important, but not the only factor." — Guy Wellborn Guy Wellborn, William C. Liedtke, Sr. Professorship in Law. Tons. Evidence. A.B., J D.. Harvard. Jodi Wellborn, Writing Instructor. Legal Writing. A.B., Randolph-Macon Women s College; J.D., Texas. Joseph P. Witherspoon, Professor. Antitrust, Civil and Political Rights. B.A., Chicago; LL.B.. Texas; S.J.D., Harvard. Jay I.. Westbrook, Andrews and Kurth Professor of Law. Bankruptcy. Secured Credit. Intern; tional Business Transactions. B. A.. J.D.. Texas. 84 — FacultyFaculty Charles Alan Wrighc, William B. Bates Chair for the Administration of Justice. Federal Courts, Constitutional Law, Supreme Court Seminar. B.A., Wesleyan University; LL.B., Yale. M. Kenneth Woodward, Robert J. Wind-fohr Professor of Law. B.A., LL.B., Texas. M.A., West Texas State. On Leave Patricia Cain, Professor. Federal Income Taxation, Feminist Legal Theory, Wills and Estates. A. B., Vassar;J.D., Georgia. Sanford Levinson, Professor. Professional Responsibility, Advanced Constitutional Law. B. S., Duke; Ph.D., Harvard; J.D., Stanford. Faculty — 85Faculty on Leave David W. Robertson, Hines H. Baker and Thelma Kelley Baker Professor of Law. Admiralry, Torts, Gvil Procedure. B.A., LL.B., Louisiana State; LL.M., J.S.D., Yale. David M. Rabban, Assistant Professor. Labor, Labor in the Public Sector, American Legal History. B.A., Wesleyan; J.D., Stanford. Scot Powc, Bernard J. Ward Gmtcnnial Professor of law. Constitutional law. Federal Courts, Electronic Mass Media. B.A., Yale; J.D., Washington. 86 — Faculty I lr I • Im.ijjin.ili' "Alan E. Brownstein, Visiting Professor. Constitutional Law, Land Use Planning. B.A.. Antioch College; J.D., Harvard. Visiting Faculty “(Texas) law school and classes are much, much larger than (Cat-Davis). Size is a significant difference between the schools. We don't even have a classroom big enough to accommodate your large classes. Our biggest classroom could hold about 95 students maximum. ” — Alan E. Brownstein Christy McCrary, Writing Instructor. Legal Writing. B.A., M.A., Missouri — Columbia. J .D., Texas. Page I. Austin, Adjunct Visiting Professor. Civil Procedure, Antitrust. B.A., Valparaiso; M.A., Washington; J.D., Texas. Faculty — 87Visiting' Faculty Paul B. Rasor, Visiting Professor. Secured Credit, Payment Systems. Consumer Credit. B. Mus., J.D., Michigan. Bca Ann Smith, Adjunct Visiting Professor. Marital Relations and Divorce, Evidence. B.A., J.D., Texas; M.A., Brandeis University. Kenneth R. Simmonds, Florence Thelma Hall Ontennial Visiting Professor. Public International law, Huropcan Community law. B.A., M.A., D.PhiL, Oxford. Joseph P. Tomain, Visiting Professor, (far right) Property, Energy Law, Lawyering Seminar. A.B., Notre Dame; J.D., George Washington University. HH — Faculty Staff MAIN OFFICE: Renee Bizzell, Judy Dominguez, Trade Pollinard, Susan Kearns. PScxo by MKhcUe Robbmon SCHOLARSHIPS AND LOANS: Anna Maria Saldana, Anita Galvan. Not Pictured: Freddie Hernandez. RECEPTION MAILROOM: Mary Jane Cool. Staff —89 PLACEMENT OFFICE: Lori Gooden, Arietta Tompkins, Diana Arnold.Staff DEANS AND ASSOCIATE DEANS STAFFS: (Right) Peggy Callahan, Marie M. Hoepken, Jim Patterson, Sally Donaldson, Alla Goodwin, Barbara Bellamy, Alyce Lottman. Not Pictured: Beth Ray. ADMISSIONS: Vivian Brown, Phyllis Kadish. CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION: (Right) FRONT ROW: Barbara Bellamy. Nancy Adamson. BACK ROW: Jim Patterson, Sadie Elena Pack, Judy Mau, Chris Harrigan. KEETONS CASINO STAFF: (Bottom) FRONT ROW: Viola Gutierrez. Lois Donaldson, Petra Escobedo. BACK ROW: Shannon Ellison, Buddy Collins, Maxine J. McDonald. 90 — StaffStaff SALES STORE: Juan Ramirez, Fred Murphy. Mkhelk Robbenon PRINT SHOP: Joseph Jackson, David Dominguez, Steve Muncey. Children’s Rights Clinic John FoxwOfth Suzanne Covington, top, and Lisa Geihcl, bottom, Supervising Attorneys. Staff—91Tar lion Library ADMINISTRATION: FRONT ROW: Roy Mcrsky, Steve Barkan. SECOND ROW: Liz Day, Gwyn Anderson, Gailua Page, Susan Evangelist, True Nguyen. SPECIAL PROJECTS: John Petcsch, Libia Cuauhtli, Debbie Arens, Custis Wright, Chris Kippes, Julia Ashworth. INFORMATION SERVICE: Foreign Law — Jon Pratter, Liz Saucedo. Government Documents — Barbara Washecka, Barbara Bridges. Audio Visual — Adrienne deVergie, Kathy Till — Watts. A ACQUISITIONS SER1ALS: FRONT ROW: Mary Burton. Manuela Segura. BACK ROW: Brian Quigley, Leticia Garcia. Fita Coronado, Don Larrimer. 92 — Tarlton LibraryTar 1 ton Library CIRCULATION AND RESERVE: Marcia Baker, Debra Crawford-Black, Sunny Mullen, Pierrette Moreno, Lisa Stafford, David Gunn. Not Pictured: John Remington. CATALOGUING: Pam Smith. Andy Barnes, Mary Ellen Sweeney, Nancy Sullivan, Ginger Jaso, Betty Cogswell. REFERENCE: Gary Han man, E. Leslie Kanter, Marlyn Robinson, Evan Quenon. Tarlton Library — 93Law School Foundation FOUNDATION OFFICERS: Preston Shirley President Galveston Mark Martin Vice President Dallas _______________________________________________________________________________ Mi hr(lr Robbrooo FOUNDATION STAFF: Dawn Kalinosky, Director of Development Donald Mau, Teresa TRUSTEES: Watts. J. Chrys Dougherty John L. Estes Harry M. Reasoner Austin Dallas Houston Elton M. Hyder, Jr. Hayden Head J. Burleson Smith Fort Worth Corpus Christi San Antonio Thomas M. Phillips Dee J. Kelly Houston Fort Worth TRUSTEES Tom Sealy Midland Wales H. Madden, Jr. Amarillo EMERITUS: J. Mark McLaughlin Charles W. Duke Morris Atlas San Antonio McAllen San Angelo David J. Beck Houston B. D. Orgain Beaumont Cecil D. Redford Corpus Christi Hon. Edward Clark Austin Tom B. Ramey, Jr. Tyler 94 — Law School Foundation Alumni Association ALUMNI ASSOCIATION STAFF: Executive Director Donald L. Mau, Darla Helms, Director of Alumni Relations Beverly Scarborough. Michelle Rohbcnoo ALUMNI ASSOCIATION OFFICERS: President: Jeff B. Love President-Elect: David J. Beck Immediate Past President: Kay Bailey Hutchison Secretary: W. W. Gibson, Jr. Director of Development: Donald L. Mau Director of Alumni Relations: Beverly Ann Scarborough ALUMNI ASSOCIATION DIRECTORS: Tom Allen James A. Baker IV Andrew Barr Jane Varner Beard John B. Beckworth James R. Breckenridge James A. Boone Edwin E. Buckner, Jr. Raymond Caballero Robert D. Campbell John E. Chapoton Lynn R. Coleman Rogers L. Crain Harold F. Curtis, Jr. Kenneth L. Cutler Sylvia A. de Leon Harold R. De Moss Ben A. Donnell John Dzienkowski Mark W. Eidman W. Burrell Ellis, Jr. Walter S. Fortney John G. Fullerton Terry Gardner Laura Hagen T. Richard Handler Mark L. Hart, Jr. Howard I. Hatoff Brad Hawley Tom Henson R. Ken Hines Jerry R. Hoodenpyle L. Anthony Joseph, Jr. David B. Kultgcn Sue Brooks Laas Robert E. Lapin Michael H. I-oftin Jane H. Macon Robert M. Martin, Jr. Mario J. Martinez Tom Matlock Fred Micks Michael R. McElwrath John T. Montford Stephen L. Morris Mark L. Murdock George Nachman Rene O. Oliveira Martha Priddy Patterson John L. Peper Michael W. Perrin Elizabeth C. Petit Michael V. Powell Mark Pulliam R. Jo Reset John Reynolds Henry H. Rogers Lawrence Rubenstein Pieter M. Schenkkan Robert C. Scott Joel I. Shannon William H. Shibley Ron Shur Steve Smith John E. Sutton Clark G. Thompson, Jr. Ed Toles Paul J. Van Osselaer Carl W. Vogt Peter Winstead Michael L. Wolfram Alumni Association —STUDENTS Each year the School of Law receives a new batch of students, a sea of faces who don’t yet know each other. Nameless neophytes, all in the same first-year boat. But if you look beyond the group to the individuals who comprise the group, the diversity shines brightly. Each person — a recent college graduate, a housewife, a teacher, or a computer expert — brings a unique flavor to the whole. Without the individuals known as gunners, partiers, mutes and in-betweens, every entering class would be gray matter. Instead, each class of law students is vibrant with color and pizzazz. Students — 97SYLVIA FRANCO ACOSTA. B Pmo. Unnmtiy uTTnu. « Auum. Bated uF Ail u«n. »w- ili Ciuiuil' knj low St olon Adkuwi. Mmunty Op rufMn Commuter. Potm INFO. NANCY El I7ABET1I ADAMSON. Sir. «.»«,. Te«e»T«h Ufevreuty. TmiK Qinifihwi. I (nniuul I a Satcfy. IL vTiilW. JUAN FRANCISCO AGUILERA. FA Pm Uwm«,«ITnn« Auum. Corfu. Oinu. Sriti Uiwvmuy ROBERT COMER ALOEN. Aum i. Unutn-irUTfiH m A«»a Teut l« W» N« F.V.», OaK toi CkiL MIk Afr«o li Jiu« l prr Student AlMWIM' TITO HUGO ALFARO. Undo. R« Ummr MARK ALVARADO. Aukki. ul Truwt Aiwa, IMuTEini Phi PATRICIA O CONNER ALVARE7„ Bmmr. Or.vm yoFTnuit Sm Aamhw. Tail Inmiiau! U» Jwmil, IwirejiMuJ Ijw SwKty Rmlon THOMAS TED APPLEWHITE. Auutn.Ttm«y Umnu,, Drli. OeriPF. Real Euoor Sorttry. Munjui r lerde Imututr CATIIERINECARLSON ARONSON. Auum. Advn Unvm ty. Rrar-•F lx yoiom. li Wrrl Commxm. LISA BAIRD. IMi)|UiimU|o(Tau »i Auum KELVIN LEIGH BARNES. Auum. Andrew,Ux.vm.ij.Hi. AlfEa l » HOLLY BETII BARNETT.Rxkwdun. FYintnui Un «m j.Tfu InmuiMul In Jcunwl M.ni(uy ld-u. Bi IV . PA... Couul T i. GONZALO JOSEPH BARRIENTOS. Auum. Unnrnoy « Tru. m Auum. Oku l»» hxImTAaocuiBi, M i louuxt.StuJitu Kor Awnuov MARK WAYLAND BATCHELDER. Ivn Vuih, Tm. Oman Unnrn.tj.Ccmmni.xr Cur. Gn j Pmdnv, l.v mi TtiF-ruJogy Surety. CATHERINE CLARE BERNHARD. Hoowon. UnmwjdMuuthixtn u Amhml KARIN EVE BONKORO. Auum. Untvm.rj oFTrut or H Pc, Pht Drfro Fit. Mijtrttn MARTHA SUSANNE BONILLA.Corfu.Thro... Trro.AAM Uwvwkj. IS. AY A. IX,. DAVID WILLIAM BONSER. Auum. DuUUn.miij.Tru. InKran LISA JO BOUNDS. Auum. UiunujcFTmui Auum, Bold oF Aduxuri Jud LUR Dmrlur. Women . In Omul. EnveonmerreJ mJ Noturd Knuxt low Setury. Auc'i ml Hutrrj. Vudn.nt GW OuK JEFFREY RAY BRAGALONE. ANm.DmTujdlUnc. Aaiuh ind Flottefy. Numl Muu Tour Tcvn Dun our. HuirJ uF AlnunTiiil Dur to . Hrn.ua Uuo Curt Trvm ILENF. ROBIN BRE1TBARTII. Drllm. Ummj cFTon u Auum. FS. IVIto IV Who'. W io Anvrj Ammon lew Srudnut. SraJeru Bur AucuKO Sprrul Pnynu Commuter. DOUGLAS J. BROWN. Auum. IMwwj oF Troll ot Auum WILLIAM Bt CHSBAUM. Houuun. UnumnyoF Pmmjlv.no. PF. Drlto Phi. Intrmjnomol lew Scrurj. Auault mi Flotwrj GREGORY FRANCIS BURCH, Auum, Utuvmuy cF Wodunyron, Too. Lew Renrv WAYNE CARL BYERS, SofW lued. Rite Untvm.tj. Too. Irurmo.wnol Liu Joumol Amrlrt Id.tur MICHAEL JULIAN BYRD. HuMtm. Umvrrwy U Tru. u Auum. Pht Drill f%. Wrdnndij Ntjftt Bor Sorttry TERRY MARC CALVERT. Auum. HooMcet Bo [-t.tr Un.ren.ty. GoordcF Advoewro GINN Y EATON CAMPA. Bout ?. Uruvrvury «F Teo« or Aurnn WALTER SETH CAMPBELL. Auum. Tom MM Ue.vm.tj CARLOS MARTIN CARRASCO. D PMo. Umvmerj nFTeui ot B Puo DAVID CASSO. MrATew. byVx Uervmuy. Ton lum.uu».d Li. Joumol Note orol Comment. EAui ST. JAM|N GILPIN CHAMBERS. Auum. North C onJ.ru Or.nl Dnvrruij. Thuqrwd MtnhjJ Irjtil So erj CARLA ELIZABETH CHARLTON. Hum Uemrmuj«F Teou u Auum L MICHELLE OIERRY. Dollot. Uetwruey oF Tr.o.it Auum MATTHEW WARREN CLAMAN. Auum. ToJurwV.CoJW v. Too. Imrmuromol low Joumol 98 — SeniorsUSUI JEAN CLARK. A w. SeniorsJAMIS WILLIAM DYER. nuir.Tr.MAAM Um ). BorjU AJi'.un. t.rd fuut Irv Soctny VICTORIA L EASTUS. DdU . IUr.it J LWnwiwy. ToImjQwimiutf. Wurrn i U» ufn.uLm Cunmmw. V»Jmw GW CKb OEBORAII ANN EDMONDS. Pu. NnVi, Limn liKmq DANA LEIGH EMMERT. IVKm. LV.«rur, Tru. u Amo. Ton iamminufttl li. Juu il. Iwnvual U» SutKty STEPHANIE EM MOMS, Sin An«x «. Auurt ELAINE DENISEENGSTROM. Odu: Tt.it A M Damn. ty-Tnit 1.. Rt»» Auwiiit EJm . BurJeF AJ-.««n Trul AJtoaMy Aw aI IU« y, SARA SALTMARSII EVERS. A».w. FVwM Stwc Ulnraiiy LAURA FRANCIS PAItUSH, Auum. Umwiwt«rfT«u»« Awn. RrJ Dr.tr U. Suiffi. R. Drill IS THOMAS GILES FAR RIF R. Axial. Ilvwl LWww,. FrJtr n SmMy. InMTrtiMMl PJuKi inj Iaaad THOMAS JOSEPH FORESTIER. Sit. Atmuw,. LWtfw, J Tru. u Am SUSAN ELIZABETH FOXWORTH. Sntntrr. UOrmryv T«.» u Axum. Tr«k.j QuaruMm. BRADLEY ALAN FRIEDMAN. Ddln. Llmwi UTr.uu Aua. T«.K»jQuu iw Dimmr. IV Rtv « 1 D«UMl. lull« AJnutn, SolAtu Tilrtrm Nut. Matunu, FrtLci Oub MARK FREDERIC FRIEDMAN. Mn. M.JdWwf ■ . ImmiuxI UrfeoHyRaOiw JOHN WILBUR GALLOWAY JR.. Brailfc. Trot ASM Itawruwy ANITA GALVAN. FJtvwS. Pin Aw™. Umiwy, (Korn L. Srwtlnu Asmara. Orange couches: haven for weary Those orange couches in front of Tarlton Library. Often taken for granted, they are a haven for weary studiers, break-takers and nappers. These landmark couches are centrally located, which makes them especially handy as a meeting place to gather a group of friends for a trip to Amy's Ice Cream or Red River Cafe. They are also comfy enough to provide a relaxing respite from the rigors of Contracts, Tax or Wills during final exams. And, hey, what better place to sit and sip a Coke and read The Daily Texan? At right, John Cohn gets in some last-minute reading before class. 100 — SeniorsWILLIAM HIRNELL GAMMON. Aoti. . Umxniy of Treat at Ante JOYd-MARIE GARAY. IMto. Y Uftvctury. iKrtnarttnal La. Surety. ROBERT HENRY GEORGE. Aoue. UnvctutyofTr.ata. Am . R««. of Fix. Ukh FLOYD THOMAS GET7-, Am Gruv Oy CiUc . Board of AdnXttct Vkc Pemdcni, Tiui FnlinLu Surety. U»)tt Otluo Frilmhip JENNIFER J. GILCHRIST. AuKix.Jthn Menken Uft.tn.ty MARGARET ANN GILTNLR. Cufut Owna.. BtyVx Uftmofy. DUtt TV. FA. CHERYL ANN GODFREY. AmanlL; Uonvoty of GAnJo. Wumrnt Lao Cum, Uo Si V«i Im LnStn »l Gay Cmim. VuvdxrM Git. Uub MELISSA MARIE GOLDEN. Baytuon. Rkc Umvm.ry PAUL GONZALEZ, San Aftcftu. St Mary a Uftvctfaty. Pfc. Afefit EXIta DEBORAH KAY GOO DELL. Ajim.Treat A M UnMn.iy.Ch.URni F vA.n Choc Si jJrni Attorney. Stu.li.. Bit Aiox.tt.uv LANALTA ANN GOODLIT. Au»n. Tt .i T«h Uftwiy. EWte TVtra n.. Mock Ttul SUSAN IRENE GOODMAN. Aoetec Southern Otracr Stair Cc t t JOSEPH VINCENT GOTE, Acton. LbtmwycfOt i .ir. Amtnin GieJuart Sahod of Intmtnml Mninw. Ei.yxcnrtct.nl anj Natural Rnoccca Lin Stacey. JONATHAN PARK GR AH AM. Autin. Hon Colltjr. Tree Li Rmco FJ.twM.Chcf. Utc. GW date DAVID ALAN GREENBLATT. DUUs. Unmnaryof FVerayFrafta. Tnu U» lot. (tmrk FJ. rot, Fnlott Club. StJJui Tafcemar Noew Metcumt JESSE PATRICK GUERRA. A cue. Umvm.ty if Treat ai Auem. Fh. Aiffvi EMu ROSA LINDA GUERRERO. San Ann . Treat lothtim Collqn. LARS GUNN AR GUSTAFSSON. Am . Untmttycf Alalnma. Tteaa law Em., SUSAN MARIE HAKELI, Austin. Uravennyof MeNjewe CATHERINE OGDEN HALL. Ana . Raniotyh-Meon Wurat a Q «r. Atvt.li anJ flattery KENNETH JOHN HALLIDAY. DMua. Lb.vcn.ty of True at Auat.n. LAURA ELINE H ANNUSCH. FnnUaowd. Uftceivcy of Treat at Am PAUL JOHN HARDING. Auat.n. Ut.vcn.ty U True at Ante. ROBERT LAWRENCE HARGETT. Awe. Homey cf Trait at Am CHRISTOPHER JAMES HARRIGAN. Aua»n. Tt.il Tech Un.vtn.iy ANN HARTLEY. Autre. l« Unvroey. Envewvntntal anj Natural Rttounn lav Surety. SHARLA SUE HAYS, SFxrman. Unvenuyof Traaa at Am . Bund U Adtoctm. TIMOTHY JOHN HEINRIUI. Aue.n. WaaK-tyw Uftvcncy.«it. lean, SANDRA KAY HELM. Waco. Uftvtney of Treat at Aon .. Bund of AJvocatee. Ammon JcurtalofO.iftA.llao.nM DrfcaFfct LOUIS EDWARD HERRERA JR.. ARwrumauc. Unvenny of Now Damt. Du Otta Phi Seniors — 101JACK BREMER HICKS. Aaiaan; tixvmary if Vtfprai, Tnutiw Rmtw, 8o tJ if AJw:iin, AJ »IUM» Gomuarttr CYNTHIA LYNN 1IIU, Aw,nlln.« i,iyUT u.«i Aw Wo»i. , U Camn. Vjnjiiim GW Otifc. AuiA uJ H; tarty httlwc . MIRIAM IUZA (USER. Dalai; V 'nl (u llr.vn.fr JOAN DEE HOLLAND. Drl V Unm»,olTru » Aa» JOHN GREGORY HOLLOWAY, Dalai. R«« Umrwr, l-jeal f tin. SwUm TeMn Nairn Mry.orrv SANDRA KAY HONATII. Amar.Ho, Ton AaM llnm r. Board U Adwnttv. Harvard Joimaluf lav ml Put . Wiry MARCIA ELLEN IKIOOWAV, Aw a IMwwy T.w « Aw Ru) Faiiic In Gantry. Ia» Snadowa Or amml fcr the R.yfrti rf tVt DaialJcd ELIZABETH HORAN. Auarin. Naralrvnftrrv Ur.vm.iy, Ammon Journal if Cnmiml lav. Drill Tliru Bh JAMES LOLTS HORDERN JR . Mania . Mm4.Gn.rn ImnintU TnlwLyr, Tran Immirunillj.JwnjI, BiahliEAJviiin MARSHA ANN HOUSTON. INIIu. Uf.vn.lyU Tt.l. ar Arlnyvn. Arn.r.an JvUmJlf frtm.rul Ii ,AmA iaJ Halliry. I Vlu TVrl Am JOANN JAY HOWARD. Trurkuu; ANlmr Qmui Ur.vn.ty, Toclvr (Jwniw. . la» Cum, OniGvCinin.iiir. Trnir Cmm, n. LGttwxi Cemniita. Sard of Adman KARL DAVID HUBER. Dutumlt. WVi.mCUntr JAMES GREGORY HUDSON. Odnu. IV-vnvry U Ton 11 Am.n DAVID HURTADO. Mra.au, laaorl. U. Jr IVwV RONALD EDWARD INGALLS. Auu. x. Vr,r ' I Am..Sort Unvrrvry. HjnyCwi.tL B. DHn 1%. Stttkw Po. ArmutMtSatJvf Gamn Jt N.sirt R GRAY JACKSON. EX . Tout AAM U«vmrty. Amor artj fUricry BENJAMIN DAVID JOEEl. Avon. Trimy Ur.vtwy.Tru. La. Ravarv UTITIA CLAIRE JOHNSON. BnomvM. la.ru. Uvwuy. IS. AI, o Dtfca SAMUEL JAMES JOHNSON. Am.n.BayV LV.vm.rr, TnLay Qujnuvff.lltivtlm, BoaaJ of Admrarrv Tmt Lav Rmrv WILLIAMJAMESJONASIII.Sar.Ammo. Wnhuyn. mj Lrr Ur.vmuy. I lirvaaj oo.ftil of Iav an] IV. Mr fVAry.Tr a. la. latum. IS. AtjAa I Vka ELIZABETH ELLEN JONES, Bry.ft; Unymay of Trial at Auv.iv Vay.ru Ctanmonvre Uo.vrn.ty WILLIAM OWEN JUVRUD, Am. ft. IV.vn.tyuf Ten. ar Ault. ft. I Vita TVaa B.. DAVID JOSEPH KA PLAN. AuM..; Uft.vm.fy of Tr.aa ar Aualtft. Butrdaf AJvor am. I lour fond. Murk Trial KAREN LYNN K EL LETT. Hrwkau. Trait AaM Umvowy, Nwxc M«k Trial Otonjoat. (Vaal cf AJaWam. Tractvrg f tatutirf. CHARLES SCOTT KINSEL Auum. Traat AAM Ur.vm.ty at GiNraron. Tr.aa IrantainuAll |jv Jaunval Eirvvnvr EJaur ERICA CEE KRENNERICH.Hauvtan.Tt.. AAM Unvm.ry.Trui la. Ear ana. PS. IWtl Phi KALLY KARLENI KRUGER. Am.ft.Tr.aa AaM Uu.rn.iy. EVA. Oaaa Wm. Rral firm lav Samray. BONNER ANDERSON KYLE. Ilowran. OaranaauthCUIryr LYNDA Uf IANKCORD. Ar-anyam. (Va.».avry of Trait at Aou.r. VLADIMIR LECHTMAN. Antin,lltaivaaiiyof lra.ny.1 MONICA LYNN LEITNER. PSam Br taa-. Vour Vovotuy. Ton lav Rcvvrv AVninar'afivr (alalat. Lavyvr'alearnt ura ErSt vaA.}. JAMES BRADLEY LEWIS. Auuua UftnamryUNunh Oiktro. fs. A, u LMta. Mark Trul EVERETT SCOTT UNEBERRY.Hauau; Unvmuyof Ton ar Aorrm ROBERT DON LOIIBECK. IWtan. Nav MrvKuSaor Unvm-y. 0o.r0 of AJvotart.,Rrrllunr lav Garriy. I VUa Orta Ba. lav ani TnVvAyy Sonny LUCINDA MARIE LOPEZ. AuariA.Ur.vrra.ty of Trial at Aaron. A.rmuft Trail avym Atlo. tin an, iVard af Advtiaira.Ovcano Lav SroJrma Altai aaaam. 102 — SeniorsUSA KATHERYN LORI). Ibuticn: Fok Uomikt. Red Karat U» So i«ty.Tl.ur;;.»l Man Fall Legal See my SARAH CRITTENDEN LOUD. Fen WtmM.V«.tn.iy T»uaa« Amw FORREST DEAN LUMPKIN. ao AoiotM .lta ts tyof Teas at San Amw.ToiFMiiQeunuiicf. Ammumjmnalof Oumeil la Note Moot. Mu Oki Ph. PASCHAL MADRIGAL JR.. Amm. Uortnay of Te u aa Aw« Cht.ae U SruJmta Aikk .at un SHERRY LYNN KAIIAfflY. M.JUe.j, TeaaTeh Uetnay. STEPHEN C M AHAFFEY. Aeano. lM.tn.ry of Tea « Aunaa. Re » of LugaiKM RfX.ER LEON M ANDEL, Aohm; Unurnieyef Tee u Aearto. M.»« Court. Moek Tnal. Board of Advorare. JOAN MARIE MARQUART. San Dun... CA. Uo.wi.iy ofO-rago. Flo DefcaPk. JAMES EDWARD MAS EX. Aringtoo. Untin.ryef Tea. u AAtograi. legal Reranh BoaoL Drka Tima PF»». lorrtrat.tool Law Seamy. TIMOTHY JON MATTSON. Awrm. lo a Sr.tr Uo.tn.iy, Amrr.m Bar Aumuikio Seniors JEFFREY LANG MAURICE. Fee Wonh. Unttnttyef Tea. a. Auatto CATHERINE ANNE MAUZY. Ddlaa. Uotiwy of Teua a. Aeadaa L'oitrwy Civil Itbenm Uato. Naeral La yTO GwIJ. Wamro i la Caulu.fkmlof Adtaatn DEENA JEAN MrCONNELL. D .gF«, IL. Daatnty of Dmou. JANE EUZAHiTH MrOONALD. L m». RueUaatnay. Delta FI- MA RY NELL McGARITY. Gooaain. Tnr-ry Itaatniey. Tea. La Know. (otmatKoal La Sormy, JAMES PATRICK MrlNF.RNY.Am-K Utdtnaly if Team Am-v Trial International La Journal JEAN MARIE MrLEMORE. Awro lta.tn.ry of Tea. a. Awa. Traatnay Quumaatrr. Teaa OrrrlrsJrr. OutitmAng SruJoor. Aanult aoj Flattery DENNIS PATRICK MtNAMARA. Amt,Com! Uetrury. ( . Orha Ph. UN DA RUTH MELT7.FR, Dali. a. Brand, .1 Unoro.ty, Womm'a La Cae. ua. Naraxial U yrr'i Guild. L'o.trt.iy Cw.l I .brvtm Ltauv DAVID ELUOTT MILLER. A«o. Itartmr, of Traa. at Autre, Tea. la Ret Anaatt Eduur, Phi I Vita Ft-. RUSSELL WIIXIAMS MILLER. Aim in. Uo. truly of Tea. a t Au-.o, SruJror Bar Aacutut. Previn— Bear.] «f Adveeaan. SodaAraa Tahrmar Nona Mrfwm . MARO MORRISON. Ame. Uo.tn.ry of Aoaona EtaarJ of Adeem TONYA LYNN MOTEN. laa Vrgai NV. Uo.tti.ty of Fmoayl.aoia. HonorCour—I. TWgocd Manhall lagalSodny. A mroran Journal of Otmiaal ta . AJm.aa.ona Commuter. MARY CORDELIA MOYNIHAN. Aimto. Wedryan Uamnauy. Womm a la Caetea. Traa la Ret . JOHN TODD MUIR. Attao. Ten Oo.at.ao Do.ttt.ty. Sedaktaa Talent Norm Mrttwnt, Mork Trial. Bead of Advocate. SUSAN RENEE MU'S EL El Paw. Mum. UVutnay. JOHN JOSEPH NASH. Atm . UaatTMy of Naete Dame. DIANA NAVARRO. Undo. Undo Starr Ueatnuy. (Van. U. Student. Alienate CHERYL NELSON. Go.tr. Traa. Teh Unttifty USA JEAN NEUMANN. Aramaa Pm. Uo.tn.ty of Tee at Amm. Fh. Alpha IXtl. Rel laratr U Sol my. U Forum. Seniors — 103ill jjs 111 A I • ill! uml Ifllii] zZ'Uli sgs-gig |s| |s £%t 73“ H P j]jl|i 1} suiij l|, iflli iliiilii! I ! SSI 51 O'?? ( j H: i! ifI i p i! «ji h i ip I li illIII l! ? 2? » 5 I =1 ini H li j j I n 111 i i i 1 |l«i ! 1 "ais S 1 b vM z - i ».iJAMES PATRH K RUIZ. Ai.cn, Ummi) UTfui it fan Aanmi IMti The. Pc PATRICK RUSSEL U Au.cn, Pm Ammon Uumi). RAEAEL SALAS. D Pm,. Un.«.t.ty ol Ton« B Pec. 0»«m Lt» Seek™. Ahuikm, Phi A ilu IX'1 TRAVIS JAMES SALES, IImum, lV«nniirUTniijt Ama Ton liw Icio , ft. IMc ft»i, BjtMtftdli . GLORIA MAGDALENA SAUNAS.Omin.hr, IU»I Pent Un,.m.i . Ameren Jwmjl itOmul liw Nw LUr. SUZANNAOUOTE SANCIIEZ. Uilbi. Ur.-rn.iyU Ton m A-Vr . Wenrn » Ij. Ciu ut. X.w», I« Sticker. Awuimv Anttion Jvunvtl it Cnmtrul U», JAMES EDWIN SALTS DERS. Amen, I InJ.n S-meu Untwmry. ANknr Chrivun Unettwy, birilvf AJ-v.nr. Lt)pl Rnnch BumL PS. IVfci IN. Tl KJM AS GAR UNI R SAVAGE. Amen. S»»m MetEeJn. Unctnuy USA DEANN SCIIAEROTH, Auun, Un entry it Ttui n Asotin LAURl JANET SCIINEIDAU, Au.cn, Unmn of Tro. m Aumn, Tmh.f.( Qurituutt, W yn .U (iwu. Niteml Lew . CwU, UnxfltiyCX LEtAt. Ufruv (h.uv It Snlnu'iAMvcuiA. SCOT T NE WTON SC IIOOLS. C.SxVwn.» . DuW Uniervi,. w.U. u Tihtmir Null. Mreueni, MIKAEL ROLFOSSIAN SEDOLIN. S«Jn-. UcmiyofStwHnAn. JOHN RAYSHEPPERO. Aunn. UnmurfTcu.Mmn li».wmn 4 ini Nttunl Inwnn :«S«twy. Irnnw.1 limit. Trjit L I MARC TILLER SHIVERS Au.cn. Bnem Ur.«n«, LARRY UIGH SHOSID. Dilm. Umemt, cf Torn it Auwm. 'onI E kv B Jkh»»fU«. Strniois — 105Free the furniture One of the most perplexing and unsolved mysteries at the law school is why all the outdoor tables and chairs are chained to the pavement. Students can't figure out who would even WANT to steal their furniture. And, if you have more than three friends, you can't all sit together at one table. Nor can you sit close to someone you love. We LOVE the law, we wouldn't break it. Won't you free the chairs? DAVID ALTON MUMV. IkMA R. IKmwj. NORMA ANGELICA MIRRA. II UmnuyUT«.«•• II P.w. Wwwn I . 1.1 SuMkH't Aiuiiiia STEPHEN RUSSELL SIMMONS. W..mo -Su n. N . NmU«I« Suir Hmm). IMiTIUi PN. L» m.I T«N»A y Sum-y DAVID FRANCISSLADIC. IViw T.u AAM SuMuu TahMM Nwm M«f u ni. lUmu (wuJ MARY ESTHER SI-AV. Du. .r™ ., llunm, U Tern. .• Aim DORIS VIRGINIA SMITH. Auum. UimnrilOnunTMkiii ( •mHii. IV.vl yJ AAuiiu MARK ALBERT SMITH, Auv«. tf«rf-SM luA(VRqp. Amu Juml ulIiimiful I . SCOTT COURTNEY SMITH. Aon. . U .vwvi,UTr..m Auurn KEITH MARLOWE SORGE. Aua« IU. . .,uf FfcnVtnOArtJu. Tim |.» Him. TRUMAN r. MR INI.. A ASWe. Einu-n lunmi,. Bum! J A.Ia. Phi IV• IV S.id«. Ku Ainiuu, MuiV TnJ (k«(. i EMILY ANN STACEY, KmVuOwa llnmnir un uiu Auuin. CHARLES FRANK STANFIELD. Ft««u. l tt«irUT ut. Am™. R« uu uf lmif i A BuuJil AiSumi BARBARA DIANE STANSF1ELD. A,« . R. LV wv.r. IV . TV.. Hu. R..I 1m.i I. So.my THOMAS EDWARD STANTON. A «u, Gm .k.a LVuMfMf. DAVID PAUL ST ANUSH. Ao.«u UummyJT.ui u Aou.a,T™. Irurul J Ij (u-r«l Ri lunh l.liHr JOHN MARK STERN. Ilui... Ounnuy UT..« « Auuul. IV . Tim. Phi, lul IV... I. Soiu.y MARYST1 LUNGER. A.v v I'.mnu UTon. Auuu, NuumI l.uyr. (CuM ANDREA RENEE ST. JULIAN. ISvru. II. V.Ay l: ..n..y PATRICK FRANCIS SULLIVAN. Auu«. M»— Umn., JOHNNY KEANE SUTTON. I lumwi. Mummy oCTn ... A.«,n 106 — SeniorsEDWARD WALTER SWANSON. Auxin. (iAvnUmwnxy. Sow f Nex YtxV at Allxny. tnvo-on'rmral and Nun'll Kronum Lax Sncxty. Real Faratr lux Surtfty, ECui-Jof Arfmeatn. JOHN COLLINS SYMINGTON. Aoxn. IX r Umnoxy VIRGINIA FRANCES TABORK. Auwui. l)n.am yofTtaaaat A-l- n. Womc-Vi In Cam ui MARC WHITMAN TAUBENFELO. Daflai. IXLr Uanx,. Tlx R.ntx of I xqtar on. An and Vf-tnunam lax Comxaircc. lattmaonal lax Sutany. An.uV anJ Flattery. STEWART HYER THOMAS. Dalai. TXr Unmtany f tka S-mh. Tearful Quumarrm. Saal of AJiucha liyil Eu Vv BarhrVxa of lax. MARTIN JOSEPH THOMPSON JR . Auux..Coi.-far f-rfVjrr. la-Scwlmri OyinioJ ler tV R hicf Ac DiiaNni. Board of AJiw.n CARLEEN CELESTETINDELL Auxui. Ro Uniwnuy, SauJrnt Bar Aa iXu Imranuraf Sporaa. ROBIN BETH TOGBIN. Brenham. Uxwnxy of Traaa a( Awn An avl frrrRiamrr lax Commuter Pttaximt. Rrwik A.ions BRIAN KEITH TRENT. Auma. Southern MnhoJat L'anwaxy. Traaa lax R twr Aanxiart Uxor. Grand Omrlto. MATfHEW UNDSAY TREVENA. Auxui. Aniuna SraK Uiaveroty Seniors ALEX STEPHEN TREVINO. Auuw. L'xvrnxy of Traaa ar Auxaa, Barfxtonrf lax. Irggal Eajeka. Real ExareSoorty ELIZABETH BOSWORTH ULMER. Hruraon. WllurniCoAryt MICHAEL WAYNE VANDERBURG. Auxxi. Traaa A M Unnemiy. EMERY LAWRENCE VINCENT. Arm . Bayfcx Unxmxy. Traaa Ua Revex Uw(.ry Eixar. Ir al ta Va LUDWIG VON ZUMBUSCH.Grrmaaiy.Uiiivmxycf Fmlaxjt DAVID WEINBERG. Auarm. Ua.-xra.ry of Traaa m Alarm MICHAEL OWEN WEINBERG. Sraferoo . Un.-xn.ty of Traaa at Avarua Traaa lax Rcvxx Noar Edxur. ANDREA RUTH WlDBURG,San Ftaanaxo. CA. Unmrxryof CnlNmu — Brrtrfry. PS. De»a Ph,. JEFFERSON WILIJAM WIGLEY. Mouko . LVi.vm.ry U Traaa a. Auam. DAVID THOMPSON WILKIE Auxxa. IV.f«eitn Uwarmry. ANTHONY WILSON. Au.ln. T« 4e Uaxnay. Amrrxanjcurnalof Cnnaaaallax. JENNIFER LYNN WIMPEY. l x Gty. I A. Univmnyrf loxa. lnrr.na.unai lax Sorxty. larramu-al Spont MICHAEL ANDREW WOM8LE. IMxto. IWxnxy of Oklahoma. JOHN ItfTRELL WOMBWELU laa. tw. KY. Unnmxy of Ktarraiy. STAYTON L. WORTHINGTON. Auxxa. Traaa AA M Unnmxy. Traaa Lax Rtvxx. 1% Drlta Pin. KENNETH PATRICK WRIGHT. AtRyV. IMnxtaay of Traaa a. Auxin ME1ANI1 JEANNETTE WRIGHT. Auaaxa. Unnrranyof Traai ar Aux.v Ph. Drfta Ph. CHRISTIAN ZUR NEDDIN, Grrmany. « n LuJanfi Uaavmxara. Traaa InrmurKnal lax Juumal Seniors — 107MARY AMELIA ABBOTT, Houston Emoey University CHARLES VINCENT AKINS. El Paso University of San Diego ANNABELL ALANIZ ALEGRIA, Pon Isabel Wellesley College PHILLIP LEE ALLBRITTEN, Austin Oklahoma State University ALBERT BOONE ALMANZA. Austin Houston Baptist University BETTY RUTH ARVIN, F«t Worth Texas Christian University KATHRYN SABRINA AUSTIN. Washington. D C. Univetsity of Virginia RICHARD GUY BAKER. Anahuac University of Texas at Austin TIMOTHY HERMAN BANNWOLF, San Antonio Georgetown University DAVID GREGORY BAR BUTT!, Austin University of Texas at Austin EDWARD MARK BARCUS. Austin Austin College JOAN THERESA BARNES. Philadelphia. PA Duke University JEAN BELL, Beaumont University of Texas at Austin WILLIAM STEPHEN BENESH. Austin University of Texas at Austin SUSAN KAY BENSON. Austin Baylor University MICHAEL LYLE BLOOMSTON, Birmingham. AL University of Texas at Austin CANDICE ELAINE BOCOCK. Austin University of Virginia ROGER BLANE BORGELT, Austin University of Texas at Austin GERALD VINCENT BRIGHT. Dallas University of Texas at Austin KENNETH CHAIM BROODO, Dallas University of Texas at Austin DIANE LEE BROWN. Fort Worth University of Texas at Arlington JO-CHRISTY BROWN. Austin Texas Tech University DENNIS MILES CAMPBELL. Houston University of Texas at Austin PAUL DAVID CARMONA. Dallas Princeton University VERONICA MARIE CARMONA, Dallas Princeton University ALBERT ACUNA CARRION JR.. Austin University of Texas at Austin JEFFREY LYNN CARTER. Austin University of Texas at Austin JAMES HENRY CHEATHAM IV, Killeen Northeast Missouri Seate University JOHN DANIEL CHRISTIAN. Austin University of Texas at Austin PETER IAN CLARKE. Austin Ijverjiool Polytechnic. England SCOTT MONROF. CLEARMAN, Austin Southwestern University CHARLES BUREN CI.IF.TT JR.. Austin Mississippi State University GEOFFREY SCOIT CONNOR. Winters Southwest Texas State University JORDAN WADE COWMAN. Austin University of Texas at Austin BI.AS JIMENEZ COY JR.. Austin uvenity of Texas at Austin 108 — Midlaw UIi«l law ROBERT RANDALL CRANE, McAlcn University of Texas at Austin JOEL NORRIS CROUCH. Austin Southern Methodist University SARAJANE CUTHBERTSON, Austin Oklahoma State University CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL DANIEI.S, Austin University of Wisconsin at Madison SUSAN LYNN DAVENPORT, Richardson University of Texas at Austin ETTA MAE DAVIDSON. Galveston University of St. Thomas at Houston JOANNA KAY DAVIS. Cleburne Texas Christian University TAMARA LYNN DeGRAZIER,Austin Southern Methodist University MICHAEL B. DOYLE. Houston University of Texas at Austin DEECE ECKSLEIN, San Antonio St. Mary's University LORAINE EFRON, San Antonio University of Texas at Austin MARTHA ELLEN E1SENLOHR, Austin Duke University KATHY LYNN P. ELLETT. Austin University of Texas at Austin ARMANDO FALCON JR , San Antonio St Mary's University LESLIE BRENT FARNEY, Pllugerville Southwestern University JOHN STEWART FASON. Houston University of Texas at Austin FLORA ANN FEARON, Bay-shore, NY Queens College MARY ALICE FEJFAR, Lincoln, NE University of Nebraska JAMES WARREN FIELDS. Port Arthur Lamar University KARI ELIZABETH FINDLEY, Lake Charles, LA Rice University JAIME LUIS FLORES. Austin University of Texas at Austin MARK ELLIOTT FREEZE. Houston Baylor University ADRIENNE M. FRIEDMAN. Austin University of Texas at Austin RAYMOND EDWARDGALLA WAY JR., Somerset Texas ASM University ELENA MARTINEZ GALLEGOS, Austin University of Northern Colorado STEPHEN MATTHEW GILMORE, Seguin Arkansas Tech University DEBORAH GAIL GLOVER, Plano Texas Tech University GLEN MARTIN GREEN. Amanllo Southern Utah State University ROBERT BENJAMIN GREENBERG, Austin University of Pennsylvania ROBERT FRANK GREENBLUM, Austin University of Texas at Austin Midlaw — 109TRACY GREER, Houston A.B. Brawn University JOHN GRAHAM GREYTOK. Seabcook University of Texas at Austin A. DAVID GROSS, Dallas University of Pittsburgh GLEN ALON GRUNBERGER, Dallas University of Texas at Austin CARL DANIEL GUSTAFSON, Austin University of Texas at Austin JON LAWSON HALL. Friendswood University of Texas at Austin SYLVIA FAY HARDMAN. Detroit. Ml University of Michigan MILTON SCOTT HEATH. Austin New Mexico Stare University RONALD ALAN HECHT, Austin University of Texas at Austin JAMES TODD HEDGEPETH. Austin Texas A M University FREDDIE S. HERNANDEZ, Austin University of Texas at Austin BRUCE CONRAD HERZOG. Austin Yale University KAY ALLISON HIGGINS, Austin Texas A M University MARK HALLIE HOLLAND. Austin University of Texas at Dallas BARBARA ANN HORAN. Greenville Southwestern University Postponing books via ping-pong play A new addition to the Tom Clark Lounge last spring was not a coat of paint, but a ping-pong table. Although the idea behind it was merely to allow students to unwind after studying, the table and players have become legendary. Rarely is the table not in use. The competition is usually fierce, and many well-meaning law students have found another way to know the "agony of defeat.” MO —MidlawJOHN LOR1NC HOWARD JR., Austin Baylor University WILUAM RUSSELL HUBBARTH, Austin University of Texas at Austin DALLAS CRAIG HUGHES, Houston Rice University CAROLYN HURT, Dallas Southern Methodist University PAR BIRGER JANSSON, Austtn University of Houston JOHN WAYNE JOHNSON. Austin Louisiana State University RICHARD JOE JOSEPH, Austin Harvard College ROY KEMP KASLING, Hughes Springs University of Texas at Austin LOWELL ADAMS KEIG, Plano Trinity University JAMIE SHEFFIELD KING, Fore Scott. KS University of Kansas Midlaw STEVEN GEORGE KING. AHington Notre Dame University USA C DeLONG KLAPP, Austin University of Texas at Austin SUSAN KOEGEL, Austin Miami University MARY MILES LANDRUM. McAllen Southern Methodist University JOHN HENLEY LANGMORE, San Antonio University of Texas at Austin JILL ANNE LAWRIE, San Angelo University of Texas at Austin KARYN M1M1 LEE. Richardson University of Texas at Austin TAMARA UANE LcFEVRE, Houston Southern Methodist University ROBERT CHARLES UNDLEY, Dallas University of Texas at Austin JEFFREY KAYNE LOGAN. Austin University of Texas at Austin LYNNELLE LOKE, Austin University of Houston at Clear Lake THOMAS FREDRICK LOOSE, Dallas Rice University STEPHEN WALTER Mac NOLL, Austin University of Texas at Austin CARMEN MILAGROS MACOSSAY, Houston Rice University IRENE MANAUTOU, Brownsville University of Texas or Austin LAURIE SUSAN MANIOTIS, StephetiviUe Tarleton Sure University SHARON LYNN MANSFIELD, Austin Louisiana Tech University VINCENT LEE MARABLE, Austin Rice University MARTIN LEO MARTUCCI, Austin Rice University DIANE HELENE MAZUR, Austin State University of New York at Binghamton Midlaw — 111Simple pleasures The hustle and competition of law school often closes our eyes to the wonder and beauty of life beyond the walls of Tarlton Library. At right, law students and other ‘'real'' people enjoy a cold one at Dry Creek saloon overlooking Lake Austin. Quiet, clean and far away from law books, it's a perfect, perfect Friday afternoon. JOHN BRUCE MCDONALD, College Station University of Texas at Austin ROBIN BETH MEYER, Austin University of Texas it Austin MELVIN EDDIE MILLS. Austin St. Edwards University THOMAS PETER MOORE. Austin Stanford University AMY BOSTON MOSIER. Canyon West Texas State University KIRSTEN JULIE MURPHY. Houston Texas AtvM University CLAUDIA NADIA, San Antonio Smith College MARSHALL STEVEN NAGLE. Austin University of Florida DONALD WEST NEAL JR., Austin U.S. Air Forte Academy ELIZABETH NEGRON. Austin University of Texas at Austin PAUL KENNETH NESBITT. Dallas Rkc University ROBERT HIROSHI NICHOLS. Austin Ohio State University SHARI LYNN NICHOLS. Austin University of Texas at Austin PETER GRAHAM OLSON. Newton. CT Rue University BETTY RUTH OWENS, Austin Louisiana State University RANDALL CARROLL OWENS. Austin University of Texas at Austin THEODORE WILLIAM PARIS. Corpus Christi Corpus Chrtsti State University MAURY ISAAC PASSMAN. Austin University of Texas at Austin THOMAS CRAKi PELTO, Aust.n University cf Michigan JOEL PEREZ, Laredo University cf Texas at Austin 112 — MitllawMidlaw 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 Oberiin College SUSAN MARGARET PONCE. Arlington University of Texas at Arlington MARY CATHERINE POWELL, Austin University of Texas at Austin JAMES ARTHUR PRICE JR.. Austin Hardin-Simmons University LANCE ALAN PRICE, Dallas University of Texas at Austin MATTHEW BRIAN PROBUS. Plano University of Texas at Austin MICHAEL MAURICE PROBUS. Austin University of Texas at Dallas BONNIE MARIAN PROSSER. Son Antonio University of Texas at Austin BRIAN ANTHONY QUINTERO. Austin Rice University MICHELLE ELAINE ROBBERSON. Austin University of Texas at Austin MARTHA MARY ROSE. Austin Texas A M University ABRAHAM ISAAC RUBINSKY, Brownsville University of Texas at Austin JAY KEVIN RUTHERFORD. Knox Gty Texas Tech University DAVID KEITH SCHNEIDER. Dallas University of Texas at Austin DEBBIE MICHELLE SCOTT, Memphis. TN Princeton University JEFFERY JANAR SHAVER. Limlale Baylor University JOSHUA ALEXANDER SMITH. Grand Prairie Southern Methodist University KIMBERLY KAY SMITH. Houston Southern Methodist University ROBERTTED SMITH JR.. Houston University of Texas at Austin SHARON ELIZABETH SNEED. Coleman Texas AAM University KYLE DEDRICK STALLONES. Tomball Texas A cM University SUSAN LESLIE STRAWN. Houston Princeton University STEVEN MARK STRICKLIN. Pasadena University of Texas at Austin RUSSELL WHITFIELD SULLIVAN. Austin Baylor University ERIN ELIZABETH SWEENEY. Bellaire University of Texas at Austin MARTIN SCOTT TATE. Austin Furman University MICHEAI. TERR Y TATUM. Odessa University of Texas at Austin Midlaw — 113John Forwonh 1 14 — MidlawRONALD GARRETT TAYLOR. Aust.n University of Mississippi SUSAN KAY THOMPSON. Aust.n Texas Christian University KATHERINE KAY THOMSON. Aust.n Tkm AfltM University POLLY THORNE. Austin Auum College CATHERINE TINKER. Houston University of Texas at Autcn GARY ALLEN TOUCHSTONE. Austin Texas A M University GISELA DANETTE TRIANA, Aust.n University of Texas at San Antonio MARK THOMAS TROUTMAN. Aust.n Abilene Christian University MICHAEL JOSEPH TUCKER. Aust.n University of Texas at Austin TRACY NEILTURNER. Great Bend. KS Kansas State University Midlaw DAVID DIRCK VAN TASSEL. Austin University of Texas at Austin PAUL CHRISTIAN VELTE IV. Fort Worth North Texas State University JOHN EDWARD VICK JR.. Austin Tarieton State University GEORGE WILLIAM VIE III. Austin University of Houston SUZANNE VILLALON. Weslaco Princeton University HERMES VILLARREAL, McAllen Pan American University GREGORY LEE VINT. Houston R-.ce University GUY IRVIN WADE HI. Houston University of Texas at Austin LAURIE ANN WEISS. Austin University of Kansas STEPHEN GERARD WILCOX. Amarillo Texas Tech University ANGELA FAY WILLIAMS. Alexandria. VA University of Virginia ROSEMARY R. WILLIAMS. Austin Texas Tech University RUSSELL PARK WILSON. Austin Rice University RENEE WITTUF. Richmond Houston Baptist University RICHARD BASKIN WORD. Austin University of Texas at Austin ROSLYN RHUNETTE WRIGHT. Aust.n Lincoln University MICHAEL RUDY WYATT, Aust.n University of Texas at Austin JANICE SUZANNE YOUNG. Spring Texas Tech University LOYE WAYNE YOUNG JR.. Austin University of Texas at Austin Midlaw — 115RABEE FAYEZ ABOY-SAMRA. Mesquite Southern Methodist University KIMBERLY TOLLETT ACUNA, Austin Northwestern State University MICHAEL GEORGE ADAMS. Springfield. VA University of Virginia IRENE M. AHUMADA.San Antonio University of Texas at Austin LAURA MARIE ALBORNOZ. CorpusChr.sti Stanford University DANIEL LEE ALFORD IV. Caldwell Texas AAcM University MICAELA ALVAREZ. Lockhart University of Texas at Austin MICHAEL ANDREW ATCHISON. Nacogdoches Stephen F Austin State University GERGORY RICHARDSON AVE. Dallas Georgetown University DEBBIE L. BACKUS. Austin Southwest Texas State University BRIAN DAVID BAIRD, Austin University of Texas at Austin REBECCA ANN BAIRD. Austin University ofTexas at Austin BONNIE ALLEN BAKEMAN. Lewisburg. PA William and Mary College CYNTHIA JOSETTE BARELA. Hereford Texas Tech University SUSAN MELINDA BARKER. Ithaca. NY Cornell University MELISSA BETH BARLOW. San Antonio TexasChristian University SHELI LAUREN BARNETT. Dallas University of Pennsylvania STEVEN TODD BARON, Austin University ofTexas at Austin WILLIAM RICKS BARR. Dallas Southern Methodist University MICHAEL LOUIS BARRERA. Austin Kansas State University STEPHEN ANDREW BEST. Arlington. VA Washington and Lee University THOMAS FLETCHER BEST. Austin University ofTexas at Austin JAMES MICHAEL BETTIS JR.. Houston University ofTexas at Austin DAVID ARTHUR BICKHAM. Houston University ofTexas at Austin MARCUS ASHLEY BLACKWELL, Shaker. OH University of Michigan KAREN LEA BLAKELY, Austin Texas Tech University JULIE ANNA BLOOMFIELD. Fort Worth Texas Christian University MICHELE MARIE BONDURANT, Bronx. NY Spelman College JOHN ANDREW BONNET. Dallas University ofTexas at Austin GARLAND DEAN BOYETTE JR.. Houston University ofTexas at Austin PAUL ANDREW BRADEN. El Paso University of Dallas PAUL DOUGLAS BRADFORD, Fort Worth University ofTexas at Austin PHILLIP MORGAN BRANTLEY. Benton Harbor. Ml Andrews University JAMES MARK BRAZZIL. Austin Sam Houston State University TIMOTHY PATRICK BREWER.Temple University ofTexas at Austin 116 — FrcshlawFresblaw GEORGE MALLORY BROMLEY. Austin St. Miry's University KERRY KENNETH BROWN. Austin University of Texas at Austin LISA ANN BROWN. Austin University of Texas at Austin MICHAEL GIDEON BROWN. Dallas University of Texas at Austin BRENDA KAY BUCHANAN. Austin Southwestern University MICHELLE JACQUELINE BURKE. Houston University of Texas at Austin MARK CHRISTOPHER BURR. Austin University of Oklahoma MICHAEL RAY BURTON. Lawrence. KS Trinity University DUNCAN TELLEF BUTLER JR., Austin University of Texas at Austin KEVIN CHARLES CABANISS, Dallas Princeton University DAVID NEAL CALVILLO. Austin Pan American University GWYNETH ANNE CAMPBELL, Houston Bavlor University SEAN-ROBBIE CAMPBELL, Austin University of Utah ESTEBAN REYMUNDO CAMPOS. Austin Stephen F. Austin State University MICHAEL ROCCO CANNATTI, Austin University of Notre Dame ANTHONY BENJAMIN CANTRELL, San Antonio Texas A M University DAVID ANDREW CANTU. Denton Baylor University ADRIANA CAPIS'IRAN, San Antonio Washington University at St. Louis WARREN PICKNEY CASH III, Farmers Branch University of Texas at Austin DANIEL RAY CASTRO. Austin University of Texas at San Antonio LIONEL JESSE CASTRO. Houston University of Texas at Austin ANNETTE CHAIRES, Arlington University of Texas at Austin CYNTHIA HARRIS CHALKF.R, San Antonio University of Texas at San Antonio BODHISATTVA CHANDRA, Lubbock University of Texas at Austin REBECCA JOAN CHOI, Austin University of Texas at Austin ERNESTO LUIS CISNEROS. Austin University of Texas at Austin GREGORY MARK CLARK, Houston Western Michigan University ALLISON COCKE, San Antonio University of Texas at Austin RICHARD LYLE COFFMAN, Austin University of Texas at Austin CAROLYN SUE COLLINS, Waco University of Texas at Austin Freshlaw — 117ELIZABETH LYNN COPE, AuMin Tcxm Tech University ANTHONY SCOTTCORBETT. fott Worth Duke University KEVIN GERARD CORCORAN. Austin University of Texas at Austin ROBERT BLAKELY COTHAM. Fort Worth University of Texas at Austin JEANNE NICOLE COVINGTON, Austin University of Michigan STACEY GAYECOW'AND-JERNIGAN, Dallas Southern Methodrst Univenicy JOHN PAUL COWART. Austin Lamar University BRENDA JO COX. Ault Purdue Univmsty WILLIAM JAMES COZORT. Houston University of Texas at Austin KATHRYN BIAIR CRADDOCK. Auwm Harvard Univenicy CAMILLE LYNN CUTLER. San Antonio University of Texas at Austin DOUGLAS ALLEN DAVIS, Houston Texas A M University DONALD ALAN DECANDIA.Albuquer.jue.NM University of Notre Dame LUCY E. DEL PRADO DIETZ. San Marcos University of Texas at Austin DIANE DEMIANOVICH. Austin Vanderbilt University W ILLIAM MAURICE DEMLONG, Austin Antona State University CAROLYN ANNE DENERO, Austin University of Oklahoma JOHN DENIER JR.. Austin Southwestern University SHERI LYNN DETERUNG, Dallas Southern Methodist University JOHN MICHAEL DeVOE, Austin Pennsylvania State University W Lounge-ing around The good ol‘ Tom Clark Lounge — students walk by it most every time they head for the library. A place for a last-minute scan of the day's Torts reading, or to start the TEXAN crossword. A place to have a Coke, eat some microwave popcorn, and still sec and be seen. And, of course, there's ping-pong. Ercshlaws, at left, cram in some hasty case-briefing before class, along with a dose of caffeine for No-Dozing during Contracts. MkhHIe Robbcrson 18 — FreshlawFreshlaw ELINOR ALLISON DONNELL, Corpus Chnsti University of Texas at Austin MARGARET MARILYN DOTZEL, Fort Worth Temple University School of Pharmacy DAVID DWAYNE DuBOSE, Skidmore University of Texas at Austin THOMAS PAUL EAGLETON, Tulsa. OK University of Oklahoma BRIAN LEE EDWARDS. Dander University of Texas at Austin JAY HUSTON EDWARDS, Meridian. MS University of Alabama MATTHEW EARL E1LERS, Austin Trinity University PAUL REICHERT ELLIOTT. Houston University of Texas at Austin GREGORY MAC ELLIS. Austin University of Texas at Austin CHARLES HUGH EMMETT JR., B Paso University of Texas at E Paso JOSE ESCOBEDO. Mission Pan American University WALTER ELTON EVANS. Arlington University of Texas at Austin CHRISTINA LOUISE EWING. Austin University of Texas at Austin HENRY EXALL IV, Dallas Washington ami Lee University JOHN RICHARD FAHY, Feet Worth Yale University CARMEN BERNITA FALLS. Plano Rice University NINA FANTL, Evanston. IL Georgetown University PAMELA MARIE FARRINGTON. Abilene University of Texas at Austin ANNETTE FAUBION, Houston Dartmouth College SHARON LEWISE FEEMSTER, Hurst Southwest Texas State University CURT WILLIAM FERGUSON. Laurel. IA Buena VistaCoUege LORETTA JO FINGER. Corpus Chnsti St. Mary's University JOHN PAUL FLORES. Houston University of Texas at Austin NANCY JANE FORBIS. Decatur University of Texas at Austin JEFF LANIER FRAZIER. Whatton University of Texas at Austin MARY ELIZABETH FUENTES. San Antonio St. Mary's University DARRELL SCOTT FUNK. Lake Jackson University of Texas at Austin DAVID EUGENIO GARCIA. Uredo Trinity University JUAN ALBERT GARCIA. Houston Sam Houston Sure University OSCAR XAVIER GARCIA. Austin University of Texas at Austin Frcshlaw — 119JILL GARY. Corpus Christi Rice University PAMELA MARIE GATES, Hudson. OH Miami University KYLE MARK GIIJ.MAN, Council Bluff . IA University of Iowa SHARAH COUMBE GLASS. Tyler University of Texas at Austin PATRICIA ANN GOELDNER, El Paso Austin College TRACI LEE GRAVES, LONGVIEW University of Texas at Austin KURTGREGORY GRESENZ, South Padre Island Duke University DOUGLAS STUART GRIFFITH. Houston Emory University JOHN ROGER GRIFFITH, Garland Southern Methodist University WILLIAM OTIS GRIMSINGER, Austin University of Dallas JOHN ANTHONY GUERRA. Rio Grande Gty University of Texas at Austin DAVID JOSEPH GUILLORY. Dallas University of Texas at Austin NANCY LAURA HAHN, Smithtown. NY University of Houston HOWARD DORSEY HALL, Houston University of Texas at Austin JENNIFER ANNE HALTON,Texarkana Ahilenc Christian University GEORGE LEO HAMPTON IV. Houston Rice University GWYNN FRANCES HANMER, Lake Jackson University of Texas at Austin ALAN GREGORY HARVEY. Waco University of Texas at Austin STEVEN CHARLES HARVILLE, Austin University of Arkansas DANIEL BRENDON HASSETT. Austin Providence College SCOTT EDMUND HAYES, Austin Baylor University SCOTT KENDALL HAYNES. Guodlettsv.lle. TN Vanderbilt University PAUL JEFFERSON HERRON. Richardson University of Texas ar Austin GREGORY GETTY HESSE. RossviUe. KS Southern Methodist University JANETTA BREY HICKS. Roswell. NM New MexicoState University LAURA GENEVA HILL. Ardmore. OK Vanderbilt University DOUGLAS CLAY HOLCOMB. Stanton Texas Tech University LESTER LOYD HOOD III. Leveltand Trinity University PATRICIA MICHELLE HOOGENDAM, Houston Tutane University UN WOOD EARL HOWELL JR.. Austin University of Texas at Austin CORIJSS DEANNE HUDSON. Austin Abilene Christian University DAVID KEITH HUDSON, Dallas Rice University JOBY ALLEN HUGHES. Austin Mississippi State University MICHAEL JOHN JEWELL. Dallas University of Texas at Austin EU7.ABETH BROPHY JOHNSON. Austin University of Texas at Austin 120 — FrcshlawFreshlaw CATHY MARIE JOHNSTON, Austin University of Texas at Austin STEPHEN DUNSONJOURNEAY. Austin University of Texas at Austin RAIMO HILLAR KAASIK, Houston University of Texas at Austin PATRICK O’CONNOR KEEL, Austin University of Texas at Austin FRANCES McDonald K1LBORNE, Fort Wurth Northwestern University PAMELA LYN KLEIN. Pbno University of Texas at Dallas DAVID ALLEN KUNGLF.R, Austin Pennsylvania State University MARK ALBERT KOP1DLANSKY, Palatine. II. University of Notre Dame DAVID MICHAEL KOPPA, Dallas University of Texas at Dallas EDDIE MICHAEL KRENEK, Wallis Texas A M University CAROL ANN KRENNERICH, Houston University of Southwestern Louisiana EDWARD JOHN KROGER. Houston Baylor University CRAIG FOSTER KULHANEK, Austin Hastings College WILLIAM PATRICK LANE, Austin Texas Tech University BYRON LOUIS I.cFLORE JR.. San Antonio University of Texas at Austin JAMES DANIEL LEFTWICH, Austin University of Texas at Austin ERNEST W ALTER LEONARD, Euless University of Texas at Arlington GLORIA SIMA LEPOW, ShtevepotT. LA University of Texas at Austin BEVERLY KAY LESTER, Austin University of Texas at Austin WILLIAM REED LEVF.RTON, El Paso Wake Forest University CYNTHIA REBA LEVIN, Houston Rice University KATHERINE LYNN LEVY, Amarillo University of Texas at Dallas FREDERICK MICHAEL I.OEBER JR., Arlington University of Texas at Dallas PHILIP CARTER LOWE, Austin Ruigers University THOMAS ANDREW LUKSETICH, Austin University of Notre Dame SCOTT THURSTON Mac DONALD, Houston Rice University DAVID LAWRENCE MAI.MO, Austin Stanford University BARBARA LEE MANROE, Austin Rice University NADINE YVETTE MARKHAM. Temple Hills. MD University of Pennsylvania DANIEL WILLIAM MARTIN. Austin Cedarville College Fresh law — 121MELBOURNE JACK MARTIN III, Austin University of Total at Austin ROBERT ISSAC MAYES JR.. Mayes. Auitin Jackson State University NATALIE ANN McADAMS, Houston University of Texas at Austin TERRI LEE McALISTER, Austin University of Texas at Austin JAMES SCOTT McCLAIN, Aust.n Trinity University JOHN ROBIN McCORD. Bacliff University of 11oust on KIMBERLY MARLENE McCORMICK. Universal Gty University of Texas at Austin CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL MeDONALD, Austin University of Kansas JOHN McLEOD. Canada Yoek University NITA CAROL MEADOR. Brovmwood Howard Payne University STEVEN JAMES MEDINA. San Antonio St. Mary's University STEVEN CHARLES ME1SGE1ER. Austin University of Houston MILLICENT SIMS MERONEY. Midland Duke University MICHAEL SCOTT METTEAUER. Lulkin University of Texas at Austin JOSEPH TATUM MOORE III. Dallas University of Tennessee KIRK MICHAEL T. MOORE, Dallas University of Texas at Austin STEVEN DONALD MOORE. Argyle University of Texas at Austin HECTOR ELIAS MORALES JR.. Austin Columbia University ANGELA DALE MORROW. Keller Austin College ANDRA L PASTRICK M07.ING0, Austin Pdliam and Mary College 122 —FreshlawFreshlaw DANIEL ALEXANDER MUNOZ. Aukio University of Texas at Austin HARLAN EWELL MURPHY. Houston Vanderbilt University STACEY LYNN MURPHY.Springfield. 11 Miami University BETH MARIE MYLER, Troy. IL Trinity University KAREN LORRAINE NEAL. Dallas Rice University NICOLLE RENEE NELSON. Austin University of Texas at Austin ANNE ELLOU1SE NIBLO, Abilene University of Texas at Austin ERIC JAMES ROY NICHOLS. Houston University of Virginia JAMIE ADLER NIELSON. Austin University of Minnesota KELLY MARIE NOEL, Houston Stanford University ROBIN 1LENE NOZICK, Austin Texas A M University ELIZABETH FAYE PEAKE NUNNELEE, Austin Transylvania University at Lexington HAROLD ALVIN ODOM III. Missouri City University of Texas at Austin JAMES MICHAEL ORR. Vernon Abilene Christian University REYNALDO REYNA ORTIZ. CorpusChristi University of Texas at Austin ERIC EMILOSTROM, Plano Austin College STEVEN GAYNOR OSWALT. Cedar Park Baylor University PENNY SUE PACKARD, San Antonio University of Texas at Austin VANCE RAYMOND PARKER. Edru University of Texas at Austin KIMBERLY ANNE PARKINSON. Austin Rice University SAM GEORGE PAULOS. Dallas Georgetown University JODI LYNN PEARSON.Grcer.se Davidson College JOHN ANTHONY PERALTA. Austin University of Texas at E Paso MARK ANTHONY PEREZ, Austin University of Texas at Austin CLYDE ANTHONY PINE, Midland University of Texas at Austin DAVID LAWRENCE PLAUT. Austin Johns Hopkins University EVAN SCOTT POLIKOV. Austin University of Texas at Austin GEOFFREY RUDOLPH POLMO, Garland University of Colorado I.1LO DENICE POMERLEAU. Austin University of Texas at Austin COLLIN DWAYNE PORTERFIELD. Rowlett University of Texas at Austin Frcshlaw— 123ALBERT ST. GEORGE POWELL, Brooklyn. NY Columbia University LUAINE LOIS QL’AST, Austin University of Wisconsin DAVID BOWEN RAE, Austin University of Texas at Austin DEBRA LAURETTE RAGGIO, Lakewood. CO University of Colorado REX ALAN RAMOS, Rkhardson University of Texas at Austin DANIEL SHANE READ, Dallas Yale University MARIANNE CECILE REAT, Austin Rite University PETER MICHAEL REED, Aust.n Texas A M University CHRISTOPHER DON REEDER. Kingwood Uruvcrsny of Texas at Austin JAMES ARTHUR REEDER JR., Houston Harvard College JOHNNY HOWARD REESE JR.. Port Lavaca Texas A M University RUSSELL LOWELL REID, Dallas Southern Methodist University DANNA DEANNE REYNOLDS. Poet Neehes University of Texas at Austin DAVID CHARLES RITCHIE, Saline. Ml University of Texas at Austin YVETTE RIVAS. McAllen University of Texas at Austin EDWARD ENGLAND ROBINSON. Wichita Falls Texas A M University BRADLEY LOUIS ROCKWELL, Austin Knox Cdicgc GEORGE GREGORY RODRIGUEZ, San Antonro University of Southwestern Louisiana RUBEN RODRIGUEZ JR.. McAllen University of Texas at Austin RICHARD MARK ROSENBERG. Austin Tulane University MARILYN ANNE RUCKER, Dallas University of Texas at Austin RICHARD WILLIAM SCHMIDT, Midland University of Texas at Austin ROBERT WAYNE SCHMIDT. Enid. OK Oklahoma Gty University SUSAN LYNN SCHRAKAMP. Houston Rke University MICAH DAVID SEXTON. Austin Southern Methodist University ELIZABETH ANNE SHEEN. Dallas Southern Methodist University DOYLE ROBERT SIMONS. Bay Gty Baylor University BRAD LEESKI.ENCAR, San Antonio University of Texas at Austin RONALD GILBERT SKLOSS, Mission University of Texas at Austin CLAYTON LEE SMITH. Austin University of Oklahoma LYDIA NORA SOLIZ, Austin Texas A l University PAUL DANIEL SOLOMON. Austin Southwestern University BRIDGETTE JOYCE SOPPER, East Syracuse. NY The ( at hoi K University of America ANNE LAUREN SPARKS. Segum Rke University SARA RUTH SPECTOR, Austin University of Texas at Austin 124 — FreshlawFreshlaw ANDREW MALCOLM STARR. Auwin Tulane University SCOTT LEE STEBLER. Auwin University of Texas at Auwin JOHN FRANKUNSTERLING. DataI Southern Methodiw University PAMELA MAY STEWART. Houwon University ofToa at Austin THOMAS ASBURY STONE. Austin Williams College SCOTT MORGAN STOOKSBERRY, Fort Woeth Texas A M University JOHN BLAKE STRASBURGER. Austin Tulane University BARBARA LYNN STROUD. College Station University of Texas at Austin ROBERT FRANK STUBBEMAN. Austin Austin College ROSEMARY ELANE SULLIVAN. Commerce University of Houston MAURICE CHARLES SUPERVILLE JR.. Bellairc University of Texas at Austin RODOLFO LUCIO SUSTAITA. Austin University of Texas at Auwin WALTER L. TAYLOR. Auwin University of Texas at Auwin RICHARD GREGOR Y TEETER. Lubbock Texas Tech University JOHN VINCENTTEMPESTA, Corpus Chriwi University of Chicago PETER THOMPSON. Auwin Northeastern University JEFFREY JOETHORNE, Auwin New Mexico State University JAN MARIE TIERNEY. Fort Worth University of Oklahoma DONALD ALLISON TITTLE, Irving Baylor University DAVID WIIJ1AM TODD. Dallas University of Texas at Auwin RICHARD L. TORCZON, Houston Rice University EDIBERTO JOSE TREVINO JR.. Brownsville St Mary's University GARY WAYNE TUCKER. Dallas University of Texas at Auwin KAREN LEE TUCKER. Auwin University of Texas at Auwin DONALD EDWARD ULOTH, Dallas University of Texas at Auwin LANA KAY VARNEY. Auwin University of Texas at Auwin M A LATH I VENKATAPPAN. Fort Worth Texas Chriwian University JOHN DAVID VOGEL, Seabeook Stephen F Auwin State University CORBIN TRENT VOLLUZ. Auwin University of Texas at Auwin GERALD LUTHER WAID. Auwin Auburn University Freshlaw —126 — FreshUw4L m VFTT L si ft: a Freshlaw MARK ANDREW WALKER. Waco Baylor University TAMI LEANE WALKER, Shamrock Southwest cm Oklahoma State University VERSEL DIANE WALL. Austin University of Texas at Austin LARRY ANDREW WALRAVEN, Mansfield Texas Tech University BRYAN LEE WALTER, Fbet Worth University of Texas at Austin BRADLEIGH KRISTEN WALTERS, Plano Texas A M University TRACIE LEIGH WASHINGTON, New Orleans. LA Carleton College MARK EDMUND WATSON III, Houston Southern Methodist University WAYNE CLIFFORD WATSON. Iowa Park Texas Christian University MARY KAY ROOT WEBBER. Austin New Mexico State University JANE MARIE NOEMIE WEBRE, Brownsville University of Texas at Austin MICHAEL DAVID WEINBERG. Dallas University of Texas at Austin MAX DAVID WEISMAN, Solon. OH University of Virginia SUSAN JERE WHITE, Austin Tarleton State College MICHAEL DOUGLAS WHITTY, Houston University of Texas at Austin THOMAS GEORGE WICKER. El Pis© Austin College STEVEN LEE WILENSKY. Dallas University of Chicago ANDREW MONTGOMERY WILLIAMS. Austin Texas AflcM University ELIZABETH WAGNER WOLF. Austin University of Texas at Austin RANDALL SCOTT WOLFROM, Beaumont University of Texas at Austin DONALD CRAIG WOOD. Guymon. OK Oklahoma State University RICHARD EARL WOOTTON, Austin Sam Houston State University WRENO SMITH WYNNE, Austin University of Texas at Austin DUKE WIEDER YEE, Dallas University of Texas at Austin SANDRA MARIAN ZIMMERMAN, Austin University of Houston Frtthlaw — 127 128 — Index and ClosingINDEX Every day law students enter into and emerge from the Townes Hall Tarlton Library complex. Very few of them may realize that the facility is one of the finest in the United States. The law library is second in size only to Harvard, and most students would agree it is easy to get lost in the stacks. The expansion of Townes Hall in the early 1980s brought the law school into the high-tech era, while allowing the natural and aesthetic beauty which surrounds the building itself to remain. The East Patio and breezeway provide excellent “ray-catching” locations, and numerous other nooks and crannies allow cool and comfortable outdoor studying. Take a moment or two to relax in or out of this beautiful building, and to appreciate the little details that make the law school special. Index and Closing — 1291987 Peregrinus Yearbook Index A Abbott, Mary Amelia...........36, 108 Abou-Samra. Rabee P.............116 Acosta. Sylvia PraiKO..............98 Activities.....................16-67 Acuna, Kimberly Tollett...........116 Adams, Michael George...........116 Adamson, Nancy Elizabeth . 58, 59. 98 Aguilera, Juan Francisco...........98 Ahumada, Irene M................116 Akins, Charles Vincent ...........108 Albomoz, 1 jura Marie...........116 Albeirron, Phil....................53 AWave, Barbara Bader............ 72 AkJen, Roberr Comer . ... -10, 62. 98 Alegria. Annabel! A.............108 Aleman, Susana I................. 71 Alfaro, Tito Hugo............... 98 Alford, Daniel Lee IV.......... 116 Allong. Rae Ann....................41 Allbritten, Phillip lee ..........108 Almanza, Albert Boone.......... 108 Alvarado. Mark.................41.98 Alvarez. Micaela................116 Alvarez, Patricia O'Conner____... 98 American Journal Of Criminal law . 32 Anderson. David A.................55. 72 Applewhite, Thomas Ted.........41. 98 Arnold, Diana......................89 Arooowitz, Paul . .................52 Aronson, Catherine Carlson.........98 Art and Entertainment Committee 33 Arvin. Betty Ruth...............108 Assault and Flattery...............34 Atchison. Michael Andtew........116 Austin. Kathryn Sabrina.........108 Austin. Page 1.....................87 Ave, Gregory Richardson.........116 B Baade. Hans W.................. .. 72 Backus. Debbre L...............66. 116 Baird. Brian David.................116 Baird. Lisa ........................98 Baird. Rebecca Ann.................116 Bakeman, Bonnie Alim...............116 Baker. Marcia.......................93 Baker, Richard Guy.................108 Baker. W Kirk......................40.62 Bair. Mart..........................28 Bonnwolf, Timothy Herman...........108 Bar bum, David Gregory.............108 Bartut, Edward Mark............33. 108 Barela. Cynthia Josette............116 Barker. Susan Melinda..............116 Barlow, Melissa Beth...........51. 116 Bamdt. Richard V....................73 Barnes. Andy........................93 Barnes, Joan Theresa...............108 Barnes, Kelvin Leigh................98 Barnett, Holly.....................60. 98 Barnett, Sheli Lauren..........53, I 16 Baron,Steven Todd..................116 Barr, William Ricks ...............116 Barrera, Michael Louis.............116 Barrett. Dave.......................62 Barrientos, Gonzalojoseph . 56, 57. 98 Batchelder. Mark Wayland...........98 Bell,Jean.........................108 Benavides. David...................53 Benesh, William Stephen . 56. 57, 108 Benton. Susan Kay.................108 Bemey, Kurt....................... 6? Bernhard, Catherine Clare....41.98 Best. Stephen Andrew..............116 Best. Thomas Fletcher.............116 Bettis, James Michael Jr..........116 Bickham, David Arthur.............116 Bird. Paula........................66 Bitting. Dan.......................62 BuzelL Renee.......................89 Blackwell, Marcus Ashley..........116 Blakely, Karen Lea................116 Bloomfield, Julie Anna.......51. 116 Bioomsron. Michael Lyle...........108 Board of Advocates..............35-37 Bobbitt. Phillip ..................73 Boccella, Kathryn...............53.60 Bocock. Candice Elaine ...........108 Bondurant, Michele Marie...... 116 Bonicoro, Karin Eve..........52.98 Bonilla. Martha Susanne......51,98 Bon Jovi.Jon.......................65 Bonnet. John Andrew...............116 Booser, David Wdliam ... 40. 62.98 Boegelt, Roger Biane.....47. 51. 108 Bounds. Liu Jo...............35.47.98 Boyette, Garland Dean Jr..........116 Braden, Paul Andrew...............116 Bradford, Paul Douglas............116 Bragalone, Jeffrey Ray... 35. 36.98 Bransfocd. Traci...................47 Brantley. Phillip Morgan ........ 116 Bray.Sheri.........................53 Brazzd.James Mark.................116 Beeitbanh, llene Robin ... 57,61.98 Brewer. Timothy Patrick...........116 Bright. Gerald Vincent............108 Bromley. George Mallory ..........117 Bcoodo, Kenneth Chaim.............108 Brown, Diane Lee .................108 Brown, Douglas Jay................ 98 Brown. Jo Christy.................108 Brown. Kerry Kenneth..............117 Brown. Liu Ann....................117 Brown. Michael Gideon ............117 Brownstein, Alan E.................87 BrufT. Harold H....................7) Buchanan. Brenda Kay..............117 Buchsbaum, William ................98 Burch. Gregory Francis....... 62.98 Burke. Michelle Jacqueline........117 Burr, Mark Christopher............117 Burton, Michael Ray...............117 Butler. Duncan Tellefjr...........117 Byers. Wayne Carl...............60.98 Byrd, Michael Julian.........55. 98 c Cabaniss, Kevin Charles............117 Cain, Patricia......................85 Calvert, Terry Marc.................98 Calvillo, David Neal...............117 Campa, Ginna Eaton..................98 Campbell, Dennis Miles.............108 Campbell. Gwyneth Anne.............117 Campbell. Sean-Robbie Gibson... 117 Campbell, Walter Seth......... 98 Campos, Esteban Reymundo.... 117 Carmatn, Michael Rocco........117 Cantrell, Anthony Benyamm.....117 Cantu. David Andrew...........117 Capers. Simone ....................12 Capistran, Adriana............117 Carmona. Paul David...........60. 108 Carmona. Veronica Marie-------66. 108 Carr, Suzanne................ .40 Carrasco. Carlos Martin............98 Camson. Albert Acuna Jr.......108 Carter. Jeffrey Lynn..........108 Cash. Warren Pinckney ill.....117 Casio. David..... ...........47.60.98 Castro. Daniel Ray............117 Castro. Lionel Jesse..........117 Chaircs, Annette..............117 Chalker. Cynthia Harris.......117 Chambers. St James Gilpin..........98 Chancellors........................40 Chanda. Bodhiutt va...........117 Charlton, Carta Elizabeth..........98 Cheatham. James Henry IV......108 Cherry, L Michelle.........40.62.98 Chicano law Student Association..................38-39 Choi, Rebecca Joan............117 Christian, John Daniel........108 Churgin,Michael J..................73 Cisneros, Ernesto Luis........117 □aman. Matthew Warren........60. 98 Clark. Gregory Mark...........117 dark. Leslie Jean .................99 Clarke, Peter Ian.............108 Clay, William Jerome...............99 Clearman, Scott Monroe........108 Clements, Merritt Albert... 35. 57.99 diett,Charles Buren Jr........108 Cloutier. Andrew Joseph............99 Cocke. Allison ...................117 Coffman, Richard Lyle.........117 Cogswell. Betty....................93 Coindreau, Norma Ann. . . .62.66,99 Collins, Caroly Sue ..............117 Collum. Alme Elizabeth 35.36.58.99 Col will. Renee............... 99 Connor, Geoffrey Scott... 28.45. 51, 108 Conrad. Tom Scott................ 47. 99 Constitutional Amendments..........22 Cool. Mary Jane....................89 Cooper, Melody Han man . 35.47, 50. 99 Cope. Elizabeth Lynn..........118 Copeland. Richard..................60 Corbett. Anthony Scott........118 Corcoran. Kevin Gerard........118 Cotham, Robert Blakely........118 Courtney. Keith Alan..............22. 99 Covington, Christian Paul..........99 Covington. Jeanne Nicole .........118 Covington, Suzanne.................91 Cowand-Jemigan. Stacey Gaye ... 118 Cowart, John Paul.............118 Cowman, Jordan Wade...........108 Cox. Brenda Jo................66, 118 Cox, James.........................62 Coy, BiasjirnenezJr...........108 Cozort, William James.........118 Craddock. Kathryn Blair.......47, 118 Craig. Charles McLay...............99 Cracken.John.......................33 Crane. Robert Randall.......53.109 Crawford-Black. Debra..............93 Crouch. Joel Norris...............109 Crow, Ross William.......... 47. 48.99 Crowley. Catherine............... .57 Cuauhtli, Libia....................93 Cuda, Susan Rathgeber............. 99 Cuellar, Elba Leticia..............99 Cunningham. Willum H...............70 Curtiss. Kenneth Eugene............99 Cuthbertson, Sara jane............109 Cutler. Camille Lynn........ 28. 57. 118 Cutler. Henry Miles III............99 D V.IU 1 1 IV I1MI . . } jw, 52. 109 D'Apice, Peter Carmine.... 50, 52,99 Davenport. Susan Lynn......60. 109 Davidson. Etta Mae.........51. 62. 109 Davis, Douglas Allen.......53. 118 Davis. Joanna Kay................109 Davis, John AUn ..................99 Davis. Liz........................53 Davis. Robert Mark......... 40. 99 Dawson, Robert 0..................74 DeCandia, Donald AUn.............118 DeGrazier. Tamara Lynn...........109 De La Cerda. Rosa Linda ......... 99 De la Fuenie. Oscar Jr........... 99 De la Garza. Rosa Linda...........53 Del Prado Dietz, Lucy Eleanor .... 118 Delta Theta Phi...................41 Demianovkh, Dune.................118 Demlong. Willum Maurice .........118 Denero. Carolyn Anne.............118 Denier. John Jr............47, 118 Denney, Leisa Elaine..............99 Deterling. Sheri Lynn............118 DeVoe, John Michael..............118 Dickens. Jeremy Warren ... 40. 62.99 Digby, Darin Norris...............99 Dix, George E..............21, 74 Dodge. Joseph M...................74 Dominguez, David..................91 Dominguez. Judy...................89 Donnell, Elinor All non..........119 Dorgan, CUudu Louise ............ 99 Dorm, Lisa Carol................. 99 Dotzei. Margaret Marilyn.........119 Dougharty. Sarah Elizabeth .... 58.99 Doyle. Michael B.................109 Drummond, Jeff....................41 DuBote. David Dwayen.............119 Dugat, William Denis III..........99 Durfee, Deanne Ruth...............99 Dyer, James William..............100 E Eaglet on. Thomas Paul............119 Eastus, Victoria lea ... 28, 58. 66, 100 Eckstein. Deere.......... 36. 57. 109 Edmonds. Deborah Ann.............100 Edwards, Brian lee................119 Edwards. Jay Huston .............1 W Efron. Loraine...................109 Eden, Matthew Earl...............119 - 130 — IndexEisenlohr. Martha Ellen.............109 Elletr. Kathy Lynn P................109 Elliott, Riul Reichert..............119 Elba. Gregory Mac...................119 Emmert, Dana Leigh..................100 Emmerr, Charles Hugh Jr............119 Emmons, Stephanie...................100 Engel. Kathleen...................56.47 Engwrom. Elaine Denise 55.62. 100 Engstrom, Haline ....................47 Environmental and Natural Resources Law Society..........................42 Law Society..........................42 Escobedo. Jose......................119 Evans. Walter Elton.................119 Evers, Sara Salt marsh..............100 Everson. Joe.........................62 Ewing, Christina Louise.........57, 119 Exall. Henry IV.....................119 F Faculty...........................68-95 Fahy.John Richard...................119 Faibtsh, Laura Frances..............100 Falcon. Armando Jr..................109 Falls, Carmen Bemita............... 119 Fanil. Nma..........................119 Farney. Leslie Brent............51, 109 Farrier, Thomas Giles...............100 Farrington. Pamela Marie............119 Fason, Jonh Stewart.................109 Faubion, Annette....................119 Fearon, Flora Ann...................109 Features ..........................8-15 Fedora Club..........................45 Feemster, Sharon Lewise.............119 Feifir, Mary Alice..................109 Felp . Mary...................2,67, 145 Ferguson, Curt William............. 119 Fields. James Warren................109 Findley, Kan Elizabeth..........65. 109 Finger. Loretta Jo..................119 Flores. Jaime Luis..................109 Flores, John Paul...................119 Forbis, Nancy Jane..................119 Ford. Kelly..........................60 Forest set, Thomas Joseph...........100 Foxworth, John................2.67. 145 Foxworth, Susan Elizabeth . ... 58, 100 Frazier. Jeff Lanier................119 Freeze. Mark Elliott................109 Freshlaw........................116-127 Friedman. Adrienne M................100 Friedman, Bradley Alan ... 45, 55, 58. 59. 100 Friedman, Marc Frederic.............100 Fuentes. Mary Elizabeth.............119 Funk. Darrell Scott.................119 G Callaway, Raymond Edward Jr... . 109 Gallegos, Elena Martinez .........109 Galloway, John Wilbur Jr .........100 Galvan. Anna..................89. 100 Gammon, William Bemell . .. 47, 101 Garay, Joyce-Mane.................101 Garcia. David Eugenio.............119 Garcia. Juan Albert...............119 Garcia, Oscar Xavier..............119 Garcia. Victoria...................51 Gary. Jill........................120 Gates, Pamela Mane................120 Garza, Manuela...................47 Gehrt, Jennifer..................51 Geibel, Lisa.....................91 George. Robert Henry............101 Gergen, Mark P...................75 Getman, Julius G....... .........71 Getz. Floyd Thomas .............101 Gibson, William W 55. 75 Gilchrist, Jennifer J...........101 Gillman, Kyle Mark............. 120 Gilmore. Stephen Matthew.......109 Gikner. Margaret Barth .........101 Glass. Sharah Coumbe ...........120 Glover. Deborah Gail............109 Godfrey, Cheryl Ann ............101 Goeldner, Patricia Ann..........120 Golden, Melissa Marie 101 Gonzalcz.Joe.....................55 Gonzalez, Paul .................101 Goode, Steven ...................75 Goodelb Deborah Kay.............101 Gooden, Lon..................... 89 Goodlet, Lanalta Ann............101 Goodman, Susan Irene 40.50,101 Gordon, Greg.....................55 Gote, Joseph Vincent.......48, 101 Graff, Hans.....................47, 55 Graglia, Lino A..................75 Graham, Jonathan Park.......62, 101 Graves, Tran Lee ...............120 Green, Glen Martin..............109 Greenberg, Robert Benjamin.....109 Greenblatt, David Alan ... 45. 55.62. 101 Greenhlum. Robert Frank . 22,60,65, 109 Greer. Tracy.............62.65, 110 Gresenz, Kurt Gregory.............120 Greytok, John Graham..............110 Griffith, Douglas Stuart..........120 Griffith, John Roger .............120 Grimsinger, William Otis. . . . 120 Grots, A. David...................110 Grunberger, Glen Alon ........65, 110 Guerra. Jesse Patrick ...........101 Guerra. John Anthony..............120 Guerrero, Rosalanda..............101 Guillory, David Joseph ...........120 Gunn. David........................95 Gustafson, Carl Daniel ...........110 Gustafsaon, Lars Gunnar......62,101 H Hackler, Karen ..................41 Hafeli, Susan Marie.............101 Hagen, Patricia..................51 Hahn, Nancy Laura...............120 Hall. Catherine Ogden...........101 Hall, Howard Dorsey.............120 Hall. Jon Lawson................110 Hall. Sam.......................142 Hatliday. KennethJohn...........101 Hal tom. Jennifer Anne .........120 Hamilton, Robert W...............76 Hampton, George Leo IV.........120 Hanrner, Gwynn Frances..........120 Hannusch, Laura Eline...........101 Harding, Paul John .............101 Hardman, Sylvia Fay.............110 Hargett, Robert Lawrence ......101 Harrigan, Christopher James....101 Harnss, William M................71 Hartley, Ann....................101 Hartman, Gary....................95 Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy.....................44 Harvey. Alan Gregory............120 Harville, Steven Charles........120 Hassett. Daniel Bren don..55. 120 Hawthorne. Greg..................60 Hayes, Scott Edmund.............120 Haynes, Scott Kendall ..........120 Hays, Sharia Sue................101 Hazel. J. Patrick................76 Heath. Mikon Scott..............110 Hccht, Ronald Alan .......57,65. 110 Hedgepeth. James Todd...........110 Heinrich, Timothy John..........101 Helm, Sandra Kay................101 Helms. Darla.....................95 Henderson. Michelle .............51 Hernandez. Freddie S......65. 89, 110 Herrera. Louis Edward...........101 Herron, Paul Jefferson..........120 Herzog. Bruce Conrad............110 Hesse, Gregory Getty............120 Heymann, Erik....................57 Hicks,Jack Bremer.........47,62, 102 Hicks.Janena Brey ..............120 Higgins, Kay Allison ...........110 Hill. Cynthia Lynn .............102 Hill. Laura Geneva..............120 Hner, Miriam Eliza..............102 Hoche, Angelika..................60 Holcomb, Douglas Clay...........120 Holland, Joan Dee ..............102 Holland. Mark Halite............110 Hollow-ay. John Gregory___ 55. 102 Holloway. Marcia Ellen ...48. 102 Honath, Sandra Kay..............102 Hood, Lester Loyd III...........120 Hoogendain. Patricia Michelle.. .. 120 Horan, Barbara Ann..............110 Horan, Elizabeth ...........41. 102 Hordern. James Louis Jr.......60. 102 Houston, Marsha Ann.............102 Howard, JoAnn Jay...............58, 102 Howard. John Lot mg Jr........62. Ill Howell. Linwood Earl Jr.........120 Hubbarth. William Russell III Huber. Karl David ..............102 Hudson, Corliss Deanne..........120 Hudson, David Keith.......51, 120 Hudson. James Gregory .. 55,61,102 Hughes. Dallas Cra«.............Ill Hughes. Joby Allen..............120 Huie, William 0.................76. 142 Hulme.John......................62 Hurt,Carolyn....................Ill Hurtado, David..................102 Hutton.Dallas...................55 I Index...........................128-155 Ingalls, Ronald Edward ... 52, 56, 57. 102 International Law Society............45 J Jacobson, Scott....................55 Jackson. Joseph....................91 Jackson, Jennifer Gray............102 Janssen, Don ...................40,62 Jansson, Par Birger ..............Ill Jasso.Ginger.......................95 Jeffus, David.....................51 Jewell, Michael John ............120 JolTe, Benjamin David .... 40.62, 102 Johanson, Stanley M...............76 Johnson, Calvin...................77 Johnson, Corwin W.................77 Johnson, D'Ann....................66 Johnson, Elizabeth Btophy.......120 Johnson. John Wayne..............Ill Johnson, Letitia Claire..........61. 102 Johnson, Samuel James ... 40. 58,62, 102 Johnston, Cathy Marie ...........121 Jonas. William James III .51,61, 102 Jones, Elizabeth Ellen...........102 Jordan, Daniel ...................50 Joseph, Richard Joe..............Ill Joumeay. Stephen Dunson..........121 Juvrud, William Owen.........41, 102 K Kaasik, Raimo llitlar.............121 Katmoaky, Dawn.....................94 Kanter, E. Leslie .................95 Kaplan. David Joseph . 55, 56. 47. 102 Kasling, Roy Kemp.................Ill Kaufman, Andrew....................55 Kearns, Susan......................89 Keel. Patrick O'Connor............121 Keeton. Page ......................77 Keig, Lowell Adams............60. 111 Kellett, Karen Lynn...............102 Kelley. Karen...................22,47 Keyset, David......................77 Kilbome, Frances McDonald.......121 Kilgore, Celia.....................21 King, Jamie Sheffield.........51. Ill King, Janice.......................55 King. Jeffrey...................51,62 King, Steven George...............Ill Kinzcf, Charles Scott.........60. 102 Klapp. Lisa C DeLong..............Ill Klein, Pamela Lyn.................121 Klmgler, David Allen..............121 Koegel, Susan................56.111 Kolmda, Helena ....................66 Koptdlansky, Mark Albert..........121 Koppa, David Michael..............121 Kosub, Bruce.......................62 Krasilovsky, M William.............55 Kremdler. Mitch....................62 Krenek, Eddie Michael.............121 Krennerich, Carol Ann.............121 Krennench, Erica Lee..........61. 102 Kroger, Edward John...............121 Kruger. Kally Karlene.........41. 102 Kulhanek, Craig Foster........47. 121 Kyle, Bonner Anderson.............102 L Landrum, Maty Miles.............Ill Lane, Neel....................18,62 Lane, William Patrick...........121 Langmore, John Henley...........Ill Lankford. Lynda Lee.............102 La Violette. Laura...............56 Law-O-Rama....................46-47 Lawne.Jill Anne ................Ill Law Students for Gay and Lesbian Concerns.................49 Law Students Organized for Rights of DisahltxJ .............48 Index — 131Laycock. Douglas...................78 Lazar, Jodi.......................36, 47 Lcbowitz, J. Leon ................78. 142 Lechtman, Vladimir................102 Lev, Katyn Mimi...................Ill LeFcvte, Tarnara Lianc............Ill LeFlore, Byron Louis Jr...........121 Leftwich. James Daniel............121 Legal Eagles.......................22 Legal Research Board.............. 50 Lciicr, Monica Lynn...............62, 102 Leonard, Emeu Walter . ...........121 Lepow, Gloria Sima................121 Lesrer, Beverly Kay ..............121 Levenon, William Reed.............53, 121 Levin, Cynthia Reha...............121 Levinson, Sanford..................85 Levy, Katherine Lynn..............121 Lewis, James Bradley..............51, 102 Lindlcy, Robert Charles...........Ill laneberty, Everett Scott......55, 102 Loeber, Frederick Michael Jr .... 121 Logan, Jeffrey Kayne..............Ill Lohbcck, Robert Don ..............102 Loke. Lynnelle................57,111 Loose, Thomas Fredrick............65. 111 Lopcr, Bob.........................62 Lopez, Lucinda Marie..............102 Lord, LisaKatheryn............53.103 Loud, Sarah Crittenden............103 Lowe, Philip Carter...............121 Lu. Karen M........................60 Luksetich, Thomas Andrew..........121 Lumpkin, Forrest Dean.............58, 103 M MacDonald, Scott Thurston.......121 MacNoO. Stephen Walter.... 53.111 Macossay, Carmen Mitagros.......Ill Ma.lr.gal, Pascual Jr...........103 Mahaffcy, Sherry Lynn...........103 Mahaffey, Stephen C.............103 Maldonado, Oscar................33, 51 Malrno, David Lawrence..........121 Manautou, Irene.................Ill Mandel, Roger Leon..............36, 103 Maniotis, Laurie Susan... 51,53. Ill Manroe, Barbara Lee.............121 Mansfield, Sharon Lynn..........Ill Marable, Vincent Lee............65. 111 Marcossey, Millie................41 Mariscal, Jorge .................51 Markham, Nadine Yvette..........121 Markovits, Inga..................78 Markovits, Richard Spencer ......78 Marquardt, Joan Marie...........103 Martin, Daniel William..........121 Martin, Melbourne Jack III .....122 Martucci,Martin Leo.............Ill Masek, James Edward .... 41, 50, 103 Mattson, Timothy Jon............103 Mau. Donald L.................94,95 Maurice, Jeffrey Lang...........103 Mauzy, Catherine Anne...........47, 103 Mayes, Robert Isaac Jr..........122 Mazur, Diane Helene.............Ill McAdams, Natalie Ann ...........122 McAlister. Tern Lee.............122 McClain, James Scott............122 McOung. Patricia................112 McCoUom, Jim Jr..................50 McConnell. Deena Jean...........103 McCord. John Robin..............122 McCormick, Kimberly Marlene ... 122 McCrary, Christy......................87 Me Donald, Christopher Michael . . 122 McDonald. Kelly.......................51 McDonald. Jane Elizabeth....103 McDonald, John Bruce........112 McGanty. Mary Nell...................62. 103 McGanty. Thomas 0.....................79 Mdnnis, Gavin.........................35 MeInerny,James Patrick...........60, 103 McLemore, Jean Marie ... 28. 58. 103 Mcl-eod, John........................122 McNamara, Dennis Patrick....103 Meador, NitaCarol....................122 Medina, Steven James........122 Meisgeser, Steven Charles...122 Meltzer, Linda Ruth..................66, 103 Meroney, MiUicent Sims......122 Merrill, Peter........................36 Mersky, Roy M..............58.79 Metteaucr, Michael Scott.............122 Meyer, Robin Beth................62. 112 Michel, Suzanne.......................61 Midlaw...........................108-115 Miller. David ElUon.... 55.62.103 Miller. Russell Williams ... 28, 55, 56, 57. 103 Mills, Melvin Eddie..................112 Moghaddam, Behrooz....................60 Monteros, Janet...................... 48 Moore, Joseph Tatum III..............122 Moore, Julia..........................50 Moore, Kirkmichael T........122 Moore, Steven Donald.................122 Moore, Thomas Peter .... 18, 65, 112 Morales, Hector Elias................122 Moreno, Pierrette.....................93 Mormon, Keith E.......................78 Morrison, Marti......................47, 103 Morrow. Angela Dale.........122 Mosier, Amy Boston...................112 Mosle.Jon.............................65 Moeen, Tonya Lynn....................103 Moynihan, Mary Cordelia.....103 Moymhan, Molly........................66 Mozmgo, Sandra L.....................122 Mufly................................143 Muir, John Todd......................55. 103 Mullen, Sunny.........................93 Muncey, Steve.........................91 Munoz, Daniel Alexander.......123 Murphy, Fred..........................91 Murphy,Harlan Ewell..................123 Murphy. Kristen Julie................112 Murphy, Stacey Lynn..................123 Musel, Susan Renee...................103 Myler, Beth Marie....................123 N Nadig, Claudia...................112 Nagle, Marshall Steven...........112 Nash. John Joseph................103 Navarro. Diana...................103 Neal. Donald West Jr.............62. 112 Neal. Karen Lorraine.............123 Negron, Elizabeth................112 Nekhom, Deborah ..................51 Nelson. Cheryl...................103 Nelson, Nkolle Renee.............123 Nesbitt. Paul Kenneth............112 Neumann, Lisa Jean...............61, 103 Newcomb, Link................. 12,62 Niblo, Anne EBoutse..............123 Nichols, Eric James Roy..........123 Nkhots, Robert Hiroshi............112 Nichols. Shan Lynn................112 Nielson, Jamie Adler..............123 Nielson. Pamela Denney 18. 104 Noel. Kelly Marie.................123 Nolo Contenders.....................22 Norris, Anna........................57 N'octhcutt. Judith Ellen..........104 Noeville. Erleigh...................53 Nozick.Robin llcne................123 Nunnelee, Elizabeth Faye Peake . . 123 o Odom. Harold Alvin III........123 O'Herren, John Hale.............52, 104 Olson,PeterGraham...........65,112 Organizations................30-67 Orr, James Michael............123 Ortiz, Reynaldo Reyna.........123 Ostrom, Eric Emil.............123 Oswalt, Steven Gaynor ..........123 Oualhne, Shan Lynn............104 Owens. Betty Ruth...............62. 112 Owens, Randall Carroll........112 P Packard. Penny Sue ............51. 123 Palmer, Jerry Dean.................104 Palmer, Paul David.............47, 104 Pans. Theodore William........62, 112 Parker, Vance Raymond..............123 Parkinson, Kimberly Anne..........123 Passman, Maury Isaac...............112 Paulos.Sam George..................123 Pearson.Jodi Lynn..................123 Pelto, Thomas Craig................112 Penry, Richard Dale................104 Peralta, John Anthony..............123 Peregrinus..........................67 Perez, Daniel.......................36 Perez, Joel........................112 Perez, Mark Anthony ...............123 Perez, Roger Anthony...............104 Perkins, Michael Ray...............113 Peterson, William Bryan............104 Petesch.John .......................93 Petri, Henry August................104 Pfeiffer. Neal Philip..........60. 113 Phi Alpha Delta.....................51 Phi Delta Phi.......................52 Pilvaroff, David B..................74 Pine, Clyde Anthony................123 Pirrwitz, Bjorn................60. 104 Pitman, Robert Lee.................113 Plaut, David Lawrence..............123 Poe, Kip Underhill.................104 Pblikov, Evan Scott............47, 123 Pollinard, Trade................... 89 Polrno. Geoffrey Rudolph...........123 Polott, Leon Aryeh.................113 Pomerleau, lilo Den ice.......66. 12 3 Ponce, Susan Margaret..............113 Popham.John.........................52 Porter, Carolyn.....................66 Porterfield, Collin Dwayne.........123 Powe. Scot..........................86 Powell. Albert St. George..........124 Powell, Marty Catherine............113 Powers. D. J........................40 Powers. William C...................70 Price. James Arthur Jr........50.113 Price, Lance Alan 33, 51,53.113 Pnddy, Bruce Everett 60; 104 Pritchett. David Colwell . 104 Probus, Matthew Bran . 113 Probus, Michael Maurice.. 113 Prosser, Bonnie Marian . .. 113 Prugh, Mark Charles 104 Pruitt, Bart 93 Puinphtey, Steven 2 Q Qadim'asil. Judy Ponder . ...51.104 Quan, David Jin-Mun . 28. 56.57.58, 104 Quasi, Luaine Lots 124 Quenos, Evan 93 Quintero. Brian Anthony . . R 53.113 Rabban, David M...................86 Rader, Amy........................57 Rae. David Bowen ................124 R»gg o. Debra Laurette...........124 Ramirez, Juan.....................91 Ramos, Rex Alan..................124 Ransom, Eha Yvette...............104 Rasor, Paul B.................... 88 Radiff.Jack.......................79 Rau, Alan Scott...................79 Read, Daniel Shane...............124 Real Estate Society...............53 Reat, Marianne Cecile.........66.124 Reavis, Gil.......................80 Redwme, Eric John F. . 40. 52.62, 104 Reed. Peter Michael..............124 Reed. Presley Randolph Jr. ... 41.47. Reeder, Christopher Don..........124 Reeder. James Arthur Jr..........124 Reeder, William Thomas Jr........104 Reese, Johnny Howard Jr..........124 Reeves. Beverly...............36.47 Reid, Russell Lowell.............124 Remington. John...................9J Reuler, Sharon Diane .........53.104 Review of Litigation..............54 Reynolds, Danna Deanne...........'24 Rhyne. Rebecca Jan...............104 Rice, Michael Lyn............55. 104 Ridgeway, William Emerson........ 04 Rodky. Kimberly Ann..............104 Riggs, Carole Louise.............104 Riley. Robert Louis..............104 Riquelmy, Edward Steven..........104 Ritchie, David Charles...........'24 Rivas, Yvette....................124 Rivera, Mary Jane Broussard......104 Robberson. Michelle Elaine. . 2,60.65, 67.113 Robbins, William Edward..........104 Robertson, David W................86 Robertson, John A............... 80 Robinson, Martyrs.............. 93 Robinson. Edward England.........'2 Rockwell. Bradley Louis..........'24 Rodriguez. George Gregory........ 24 Rodriguez. Hector Robert ..... Rodriguez. Ruben Jr..............124 Rodriguez. Xavier................104 Rcff, Charles.....................60 Rogers. Craig......................50 132 — IndexRohde, Beth Ann..................104 Rombetg. Elaine... 2. 22. 65. 67. 143 Rose, Martha Mary................113 Rosenberg. Richard Mark.........124 Rosenblum, Rick...................65 Rosenthal, Mkhael P...............80 Rowan. Vkki Brown............35. 104 Rubinsky, Abraham Isaac..........113 Rucker, Marilyn Anne.............124 Ruiz, James Patrick..............105 Russdk Patrkk....................105 Rutherford, Jay Kevin............113 Ryland, Rene .....................65 s Sabato. Rafaele.....................60 Salas. Rafael................51. 105 Saldana, Anna Maiu..................89 Sales, Travis James...... 40.62, 105 Salinas, Gloria Magdalena......105 Sampson, John J................80 Sanchez, Suzanna Odette......66. 105 Saunders, James Edwin..........105 Savage, Thomas Gardner. . 55, 62. 105 Scarborough, Beverly................95 Schafroth, Lisa Deann..............105 Schmidt. Richard William.........124 Schmidt. Robert Wayne.............124 Schneidau, Lauri Janet.......58, 105 Schneider, David Keith............113 Schools, Scott Newton........55, 105 Schrakamp, Susan Lynn.............124 Scott, Debbie Michelle.............113 Strafford, Bruce...............18 Sedolin, Rolf M..............60.105 Seniors......................98-107 Sexton, Micah David............124 Shariot, Maurke Michael.............70 Shaver, Jeffery J ana r...........113 Sheen, Elizabeth Anne..............124 Sheppetd, John Ray.................105 Sherman, Edward F..................81 Shivers, Marc Tiller...... 52,62, 105 Shosid, Larry Leigh...............105 Sibley, David Alton................106 Sierra. Charles.....................36 Sierra, Norma Angelica.......66, 106 Sigmon, Jim.........................2 Simmonds, Kenneth R...........21,88 Simmons. Stephen Russell.......106 Simons, Doyle Robert...........124 Sklencar, Brad Lee................124 Skloss, Ronald Gilbert.............124 Sladk. David Francis......22. 55. 106 Slay, Mary Esther..................106 Smit, Steve........................62 Smith. Bea Ann.....................88 Smith. Clayton Lee.................124 Smith, Diane.......................41 Smith, Doris Virginia........58. 106 Smith, Ernest E....................81 Smith, Greg........................48 Smith, Janet.......................62 Smith. Joshua Alexander..........113 Smith. Kimberly Kay................113 Smith, Mark Albert.................106 Smith, Pam.........................93 Smith, Robert Ted Jr..............113 Smith, Scott Courtney..............106 Sneed, Sharon Elizabeth ... 35, 47, 1 13 Snell, James........................35 Solas, Doais Mecurrii...........33,81 Soliz, Lydia Nora..................124 Solomon. Paul Daniel...............124 Sopper, Bridgenejoyce..............124 Sorge, Keith Marlowe..........62.106 Soto, Roberto G.....................81 Sparks, Anne Lauren................124 Spears. Franklin....................51 Spector, Sara Ruth............47, 124 Spring. Truman E-------35, 47, 52. 106 Stacy, Emily Ann..............57, 106 SeafT................................2 Stafford. Lisa......................93 Stallones, Kyle Dedrkk........53. 113 Stanfield, Charles Frank...........106 Stansfiekl, Barbara Diane.....41, 106 Stanton, Thomas Edward........48, 106 Stanush, David Paul...........60,106 Starr, Andrew MakoJm..........57. 125 Stebler, Scott Lee.................125 Sterling. John Franklin............125 Stem, John Mark................41, 106 Stewart, Pamela May................125 Stillinger, Mary...............47, 106 St. Julian, Andrea Renee............106 Stone, Thomas Asbury...............125 Stocks berry, Scott Morgan........125 Strasburger, John Blake............125 Strawn, Susan Leslie...............113 Stricklin, Steven Mark.............113 Stroud, Barbara Lynn...........57, 125 Stubbeman, Robert Frank...........125 Student Bar Association.........56-57 Sturley, Michael F..................82 Sullivan. Nancy.....................93 Sullivan, Patrick Francis...........106 Sullivan, Rosemary Ekne.............125 Sullivan. Russell Whitfield.... 58. 59. 113 Supetville, Maurke Charlesjr..... 125 Sustaita, Rodolfo Lucio............125 Sutton, John F. Jr..................82 Sutton, Johnny Keane................106 Swann, Lori..........................18 Swanson, Edward Walter.........53, 107 Swanstrom, Bill......................62 Sweeney, Erin Elizabeth.............113 Sweeney. Mary Ellen.................93 Symington, John Collins........41, 107 T Tabom. Virginia Frances F........107 Tate, Joanna......................50 Tate, Martin Scott..........50. 113 Tatum, Michael Terry.............113 Taubenfeld, Marc Whitman.........107 Taylor, Ronald Garrett...........115 TayJot, Walter L....... 56. 57. 125 Teaching Quizmasters...........58-59 Teeter, Rkhard Gregory...........125 Tempesca, John Vincent...........125 Texas International Law Journal... .60 Texas Law Fotum..................61 Texas Law Review...............62-63 Thomas, Stewan Hyer..........58, 107 Thompson, Jerry...........2, 67,143 Thompson, Manin Joseph Jr. . 48, 107 Thompson, Peter..................125 Thompson, Susan Kay..........62, 115 Thomson, Katherine Kay..........115 Thome. Jeffrey Joe...............125 Thome, Polly.....................115 Thurgood Marshall Legal Society ... 64 Tiemey.Jan Marie.................125 Tigar, Michael F.................82 Tillotson. Jeff..............36, 37 Tindell, Carleen Celeste.....57, 107 Tinker, Catherine.............53. 115 Tittle. Donald Allison...........125 Todd, David William...............125 Tomain, Joseph P..................88 Tomkins. Arietta..................89 Torben, Jennifer..................65 Torczon, Richard L...............125 Torpot, Inertia and Entrophy.......65 Toubin, Robin Beth..........33.107 Touchstone, Gary Allen...........115 Treece, James.....................82 Trent. Btun Keith.... 36. 40.62.107 Trevena. Matthew Lindsay.........107 Trevino. Alex Stephen............107 Trevino. Ediberto Jose Jr.........125 Triana, Gtseh Danette.............115 Trotter, Kimberly..................60 Troutman. Mark Thomas.............115 Tucker. Gary Wayne................125 Tucker. Karen Lee.................125 Tucker, Michael Joseph........60, 115 Tuggey, Tim........................60 Turner, Tracy Neil............36, 115 u Uhlig, Margaret...................35 Ulmer, Elizabeth Bosworth.......107 Uloth,Donald Edward..............125 Uribe,Ernesto.....................36 V Vanderburg, Michael Wayne.........107 Van Tassel, David Dirck...........115 Varney. Lana Kay..................125 Velte, Paul Christian IV... 51,60, 115 Venkatappan, Malathi..............125 Vkk, John Edward Jr...............115 Vie. George William III...........115 Villalon, Suzanne.................115 Villarreal, Hermes................115 Vincent, Emery Lawrence.......62, 107 Vint, Gregory Lee.............33. 115 Vogel, John David.................125 Volluz, CorbinTrent...............125 Von Zumbutch, Ludwig Karl . 60.107 w Wade, Guy Irvin III.............115 Watd, Gerald Luther.............125 Waldrop, Alan....................36 Walker. Judy.....................51 Walker, Mark Andrew.............127 Walker. Stanley M................83 Walker, Tami Leant..............127 WaB. Verse! Diane...............127 Wallace, Jay.....................65 Selden, Wallace..................62 Walraven, Larry Andrew..........127 Walter, Bryan Lee...............127 Waken, Bndleigh Kristen........127 Warren, Elizabeth A..............83 Washington. Trade Leigh.........127 Watson, Mark Edmund III........127 Watson, Wayne Clifford..........127 Watts, Teresa....................94 Webber. Mary Kay Root...........127 Webie, Jane Marie Noemie........127 Weidet, Bruce..................56. 57 Wekibetg. David................107 Weinberg. Louise................83 Weinberg, Michael David........127 Weinberg, Mkhad Owen .... 62. 107 Weintraub, Russell J............83 Weisman, Alke...................47 Weisman, Max David.............127 Weiss, Laurie Ann..............115 Wellborn, Guy...................84 Wellborn, Jodi..................84 Westbrook. Jay L................84 Wheeler. Sara...................60 White, Susan Jere..............127 Whitlow, Stuart..............18,48 Whittington. Gary...............62 Whitty. Michael Douglas......127 Wkker, Thomas George...........127 Widburg, Andrea Ruth...........107 Wigley, Jefferson William......107 Wilcox. Stephen Gerard....52. 115 Wilensky. Steven Lee...........127 Wiley, Robbyn L................71 Wilkie. David Thompson........107 Willbnscn, Edward "Chip"........36 Williams, Andrew Montgomery .. 127 Williams, Angela Fay...........115 Williams. Rosemary R---53.60, 115 Wilson, Anthony................107 Wilson, Larry..................36, 37 Wilson. Russell Park .. 35. 36. 52. 115 Wimpey. Jennifer Lynn..........107 Winnie....................22.143 Witcher. Kevin..................57 Witherspoon. Joseph P...........84 Wittlif, Renee.................115 Wolf. Elizabeth Wagner.........127 Wotfrom, Randall Scott.........127 Womble, Mkhad Andrew.........107 Wombwell. John Futrell.........107 Women's Law Caucus..............66 Wood. Donald Craig.............127 Woodward. M. Kenneth............85 Wootton. Rkhard Earl...........127 Word. Richard Baskin..........115 Worthington, Stayton L.........107 Wright, Charles Alan............85 Wright, Kenneth Pitrkk.........107 Wright. MelanieJeannette.......107 Wright, Roslyn Rhunctte........115 Wurst, Jerry....................41 Wyatt. Michael Rudy............115 Wynne, Wreno Smith.............127 x, Y, Z Yee. Duke Wieder...............127 Young. Janke Suzanne...........115 Young. Loye Wayne Jr...........115 Yudof. Mark G...................70 Zehentmayt, Klara...............57 Zimmerman, Sandra Marian......127 Zisaa, Jeffrey John............127 Zur Nedden, Christian.....60, 107 Index — 133Some things are better the second time around. 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Dwyer, M.D. is pleased to be of service to you at his 3200 Red River Austin,Texas Family Doctor Clinic 2906 Medical Arts Street 478-3453 Walk-ins • Emergencies • Appointments All Accepted 8- 6 Monday-Friday I 0 9- 1 Saturday Near Law School 1 cCopynghi WrtJtwrg GafcKwrs 1™ 140 — Advertising GRESHAM, DAVIS, GREGORY, WORTHY AND MOORE 1800 Frost Bank Tower San Antonio, Texas SUSMAN, GODFREY and McGowan 2400 Allied Bank Plaza Houston, Texas 77002-5096 Sponsors BARNHART, MAI.LIA, COCHRAN AND LUTHER STUBBEMAN, McRAE, SEALY, LAUGH LIN AND BROWDER, INC. Midland, Houston, Austin The staff of the 1987 440 Louisiana, 16th Floor Houston, Texas 77052 Peregrinus Law School Year- MATTHEWSAND DICK DEGUERIN 1018 Preston, 7th Floor Houston, Texas 77002 book and Texas Student Publications wish to express BRANSCOMB One Alamo Center sincerest gratitude to all those San Antonio, Texas 78205 law firms and attorneys who have served as sponsors for this publication. MICHAEL P. CARNES 2401 Interfirst Plaza, Dallas 214-742-1201 JOHNO. KAIN Kain and Reedy, 602 Sawyer, Suite 420 Houston, Texas 77007 COOK, DAVIS AND McFALL Two Houston Center Houston, Texas W. RICHARD ELLIS III 8303 Southwest Freeway 310 Houston, Texas 77074 Sponsors — 141Salute Professor William Huie (right) celebrates 50 years at Texas with colleague Leon Lebowitz. Law school salutes Hall, Huie for service The Peregrinus wishes to honor and thank former Dean Sam Hall and Professor William (). Huie for their years of dedication and service to the School of Law. Dean Hall served as Assistant Dean for Business Affairs from March 1981 to August 1986. Although he did not teach, Dean Hall kept the financial end of the Law School running smoothly. He has returned to private practice in Austin. Professor Huie celebrates his 50th year with the School of Law; he joined the Texas faculty in 1937. Huie, affectionately known as "Wild Bill Huie,” teaches Marital Property Rights, Oil Gas and Trusts. The faculty toasted Professor Huie with a reception Dec. 10 honoring his long and happy association with Texas. 142 — SaluteEditor' JVotc Whew! A detail-ed book thanks to many pals All I can say now is “whew!" Creating and processing the Pcrcgrinus, everyone's memory of the law school year, is both an exhilarating and exhausting process. This year we wanted to communicate the idea of "details,” and try to persuade law students who arc very busy in their quest for good grades to "stop and smell the roses,"for lack of a better phrase. So many people, myself included, get involved so completely in school and work that we don't take the time to appreciate the minutiae that make life bearable and full. Trying to adapt a yearbook theme to the complexities of law school life was a challenge. You see in this book pictures of things that many of you walk by every day but don't really sec. Take a close look at the pictures, and then take some time to look at the real things. Remember, it won't be long until you arc-out in the real world with no time to do much but work. Take the time to enjoy the little things now. Elaine and I tried to depict what we considered the most Robb«c Grwnblum MicM Robbcoon Michelle's cai Muffy finds Federal Income Tax about as interesting as Michelle does. important aspects of law school life in this edition. If you thought something was missing, please let us know. Or volunteer to work on next year's Pcrcgrinus. Many positions do not require a great time commitment. And we do appreciate your input. Now it is time to thank everyone who molded my idea into a cohesive Pcrcgrinus. Heartfelt thanks and gratitude go to the Pcrcgrinus’ supervisor Jerry Thompson. Jerry, we would not be in print without your insightful and competent assistance. Thank you also to Elaine, my associate editor, for her creative input, writing help, and wonderful puppy dog. Our key staff member for the 1987 edition was our staff photographer, John Foxworth. John put in many, many long weekends getting pictures printed and taking just the right shot. John was the biggest help in developing our "details" theme. Thanks. A big heap of appreciation goes to Texas Student Publications, our publisher, and to General Manager Dick Lytle for their support throughout. Thanks also to Steve P’um-phrey and all the TSP Photography staff. Mary Fclps came through in the clutch every time we asked. Thank you Mary for all your typing help, and especially for indexing assistance. Thanks to Dcecc Eckstein for all his recruiting, and to all the student organizations who were so cooperative in getting pictures made and copy submitted. Thanks to Entropy for being such a great group of friends. Thanks to my roommate Sally for being so understanding, and thanks to my mother Jan just for being my mom. I hope the Pcrcgrinus moves you to relish the small things that will congeal and make law school complete. Editor’s Note — 143 Closing arching the sun set over Townes Hall is a beautiful panorama; have you ever had you: nose out of a book or away from a desk at twilight so that you could observe? It is a com monaliry for law students to miss the beauty of such simple things as sunsets, flowers, turning of the leaves Always in dogged pursuit of excellence, law students often have blinders on; they see only in terms of the next exam Which is as it should be. However, the niceties of the outdoors, of friends, of dancing or partying, of art or music or of just reading a non-law book are the details that add color to a gray picture. As the Peregrinus has tried to illustrate, the whole law school picture is not just grades or a job. Of course those are large elements, but law school also offers a chance at lifelong friendships, and even lifelong loves. Allow the trivial things to make the picture complete. 144 — Closing


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