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

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 The jjniverslty of Scho ol of LaW 1989 PEREGRINUS Volume 391989 PEREGRINUS Table of Contents Activities ....................5 Organizations.................16 Faculty.......................58 Students......................86 Index and Advertising .... 1 14 2 — Table of Content  1989 PEREGRINUS STAFF MICHAEL JEWELL, EDWARD ROBINSON Co-Editors DARREN GROCE MARK NAIR JOHN MOLINAR Contributing Editors JERRY R. THOMPSON Supervisor of Yearbooks MARY O. FELPS Yearbook Assistant PATRICK HUMPHRIES Photographer FRANCIS TEIXEIRA CARRIE DAWSON KEN WHITE ARI PETTIGREW Contributing Photographers CHARLES MURRAY Darkroom Supervisor Peregrinus Staff — 3THE LEGEND OF THE PEREGRINUS (per-t-gre The Peregrinus, patron saint of the University of Texas School of Law, had its beginning in the Equity class taught by Judge W. S. Simkins in 1918. Here’s the way Simkins told the story: “Many years ago I was trying to explain to the class in Equity the origin of the system in Rome and the source of equity in the Roman Empire. At that time, fledglings just from the high schools were admitted to the Law School. Many of them had never heard of the Roman Empire, and not a few spelled cow with a “k.” “Well, I explained to them that when Rome conquered a nation it was incorporated into the Roman Empire — that the Roman citizen was not subject to the laws of these incorporated nations — that in due course commerce sprang up between the citizens of Rome and barbaric nations, and there was no law to determine and settle their contractural relations. The Roman Emperor, to settle the troubles arising out of the fact that there was no law applicable to control their contracts, appointed a Praetor or chancellor to travel among those nations and to settle all disputes without reference to the laws of Rome, or of the incorporated nations, but to do justice and decide all disputes, alone by the conscience of the Praetor. Peregrinating from one nation to the other, he was called the Praetor Peregrinus. nus) “The boneheads of the class evidently thought that Peregrinus was an internal organ of the body for they continually greeted each other with ‘How is your Peregrinus today?’ This fact seems to have developed the humorous side of the incident, and Russell Savage developed a concrete expression of it on the blackboard and thus the tradition began.” While various descriptions have been given over the years of the Peregrinus, Julien Elfenbein, editor of the 1918 Cactus, got his description from Simkins of the original Peregrinus: "Perry is a creature of Equity. With his enormous tail he brushes aside all technicalities in favor of Justice. With the long pointed beak, he delves into the intracacies of the relevant and the irrelevant for the Truth. On his left forefoot is the Irish ditcher’s boot, confessing his membership in the rank and file. He puts his 'right foot foremost’ and it is adorned with an expensive ‘Stacey Adam’ shoe (evidently a lot of force in 1918). The boxing gloves (on the hind feet) back up the Law and Equity. His eye is all-seeing and his fine head is crowned with the white cap of Truth.” Simkins also explained that Perry’s arched back, in the attitude of springing, indicates the law is ever ready to protect the right or prevent wrong. 4 — ActivitiesACTIVITIES “With his enormous tail, he brushes aside all technicalities in favor of Justice” Activitici — 5SIP ’N FALL THOU SHALT NOT FALL DRUNK Liability concerns led to the demise of "Fall Drunk" as the name of the law school’s annual Halloween celebration. Contenders for the new name included "Fall ex-Parte" and the pig latin "Allfa Unkdra." After heated debate, however, "Sip 'N Fall" became the latest title for this law school tradition. Sip ’N Fall was held at the Austin Opera House with music by Trik Trax. Costumes were judged by audience applause, as usual, and the winners received prizes ranging from bar review courses to free dinners at local restaurants. In keeping with its safety concerns, the Student Bar Association also saw that taxis were made available for those who overindulged. 6 — Sip N FallSIP ’N FALL Austin Opera House □ October 28, 1988 COSTUME PRIZE WINNERS BEST MALE COSTUME First Prize.........Louis Wright Second Prize......George Hampton Third Prize.........Kevin Hart BEST FEMALE COSTIME First Prize ...............Cindi Barela Second Prize...............Ginny Gelzhiser Third Prize . . . Maria-F.lena Cigarroa BEST COUPLE COSTUME First Prize. . . Ann Marley and Lee Chilton Second Prize. . . Becky Smith and Matt Thorup Third Prize. . .Cindy Galvan and Bob Bragallone BEST GROUP COSTUME First Prize. . . “The Village People" Sip -N Fall — 7LITIGATION RAMBO STYLE The Student Bar Association sponsored a discussion of "The Ethics of Rambo Litigation” in November. Speaking to a large group of students were Bill Brewer, a partner in the Dallas Firm of Bickel and Brewer, John McElhaney, a partner of Locke, Burnell, Rain and Harrel and a member of the Dallas Task Force on Ethics, and professor Jack Ratliff. Those favoring "no holds barred” litigation stressed the need for vigorous representation of a client’s interests, as required by the codes of professional responsibility. Those opposing this approach argued that the true goal of our adversarial system, uncovering the truth behind a given dispute, cannot be achieved by the use of procedural tactics and wholesale intimidation. 8 — Litigation Rambo StyleFREEDOM DAY CAPITAL ARIA FOOD BANK Ot cr Mr 12, 1466 P. O. B-M 19JU Au Tun lint 1317) 44t 3111 Second HarvtW liMbn ' food 8jr NtNKMk Hoc ' ! CI j»on PM AlpM To C. CfecK Croc ter University Streol of Leo 7V t st 26th Street Mitln, !»••» JtTOS Dear Friend,. (Vi telM'.f of th 110 agtnclt, ue tNir you ver, nveh for ,our donation of |,2IS lb, of food to tt Caoital Area Food 4TK. Pecaute of cutback, in fedirillr fmoM feeding pagrin, «T7 of the 4 jenele» receiving food fro the food Bar ere e.perl-enclng an Increated deeand for their service,. Our uorh l rear rare, and there it a’wayt a reed for nore food, tour help doet na e a difference. the three alllion pourdt of food we will dlttribute thli rear trant’atet to a lot of «eait for people vho are having a difficult tier. It it frlendt 'Ike rou i xj enab'e u» to continue our efforti to rod longer in Central Te,a». 'hare ra» again for your support of our prograa. Slncrrelv. The Tom C. Clark Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International (PAD) began a new service to the community in the fall of 1988. The program, called “Freedom Day," took place immediately before Thanksgiving and was designed to help the less fortunate of Austin have something to be thankful for in these times of increasing poverty and hardship. The purpose was to collect food from law students to be delivered to, and distributed by, the Capital Area Food Bank. As an incentive to promote participation, professors of about one fourth of all law school classes agreed to give a pass on that day to any student who brought two cans of food to class. Hence, "Freedom Day" means one day of freedom from the Socratic method. The limited trial program was a big success, resulting in the collection of 1215 pounds of food. In coming years, PAD is planning to expand the program to include a greater number of classes and students and, hopefully, collect even more for the underprivileged of Austin. ABOVE: I’hi Alpha Delta members and Dean Susana Aleman survey the group’s gatherings. Freedom Day — 9LITIGATION BEGINS Litigation: the last resort of parties in dispute. Though only a tiny fraction of all controversies ever reach the courtroom, litigation is a full-time job for many attorneys. The l.aw School addresses this aspect of legal education in several ways, ranging from theoretical discussions of courtroom tactics and behavior, to classes which plunge students into the courtroom environment. The Law School’s "skills” classes address client representation at both the lower court and appellate levels. Beyond the classes found in the Law School, however, are the numeroys mock trial competitions open to students throughout the year. Each stresses preparation, advocacy and composure under trial conditions, allowing students to hone their skills and further ready themselves for the real-world courts they will soon occupy. This year, the Spring senior mock trial finals were judged by Judah Best, chairman of the American Bar Association section on litigation, Benjamin Civiletti, immediate past chairman and Michael E. Tigar, chairman-elect. RIGHT: Karen Stuih pleads her case in competition form. BELOW: Witness Jon Givens describes a maritime disaster. 10 — Litigation BeginsINTERVIEWING STUDENTS PLEASE KNOCK ON DOOR AT ALLOTTED INTERVIEW TIME INTERVIEWER WILL THEN CALL FOR YOU WHEN READY The employment search continued during the school year as law students scrambled through the interview process to obtain summer clerkships and permanent jobs with law firms across the country. Each round of interviews began with computerized selection of firms based upon a student’s ranked choices. After interview awards were posted, students researched firms in the Placement Office library, preparing for the interview itself in one of the dreaded cubicles. For many, the rewards of the process were great. Interviewing — 11HUIE ENDOWED SCHOLARSHIP During the 1988-89 school year, the University of Texas Law School Foundation was able to establish several new scholarships for the benefit of the student body. Among these new scholarships are the William O. Huie Endowed Presidential Scholarship in l.aw, the Robert Strauss Presidential Scholarship in l.aw, the UMSTATTD Presidential Scholarship, and the Thompson and Knight Harold F. Kleinman Endowed Presidential Scholarship in I.aw. This year also saw the creation of the Vial, Hamilton, Koch and Knox Endowed Mock Trial Competition. ABOVE: Professor William O. Huie, University of Texas Law School Class of 1935. long-time faculty member and friend to three generations of law students, is honored by his friends, colleagues and former students with the establishment of the William O. Huie Endowed Presidential Scholarship in Law. Professor Huie. a reputed author in the field of oil and gas law. has also taught courses in marital property, trusts and first-year contracts during his 50-year tenure at the Law School. ‘Tfie ‘University of ‘Te as School of Lazo and ‘Dean ‘Marl Cj. Judof cordially invite you to attend a Cocftail!'Reception Celebrating the Announcement of the William 0. ‘Huie ‘Lndozued!'Presidential Scholarship ‘Wednesday, Jfpvember 16, 1988 5:00—7:00 p.m. 51 lice Jane Sheffield %oom ‘Tozvnes Hall 727 'Last 26th Street A us tin 12 — William O. Huie Endowed Presidential Scholarship -iCONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS Law Students continually study the interplay of personal freedom and constitutional rights. In March, as the Supreme Court once again prepared to take up the question of abortion. Sarah Weddington of Hoe v. Wade fame spoke to law students at the University of Texas. In the pivotal Hoe decision, the United States Supreme Court held that no woman could be denied the right to have an abortion. Weddington, a successful attorney in Austin, explained her own position in that pivotal ease, arguing that an unborn fetus has no rights which can outweigh a woman's control over the state of her own body. Students on both sides of the issue were present for the discussion, which was respectful but at time heated. Many felt that Hoe would be overturned shortly. based upon the conservative makeup of the Court after Ronald Reagan's two terms as President. Weddington acknowledged that the Court’s support of abortion has been on the decline and that the upcoming decision remained entirely unpredictable. Time will tell. Sarah Wrddington addresses UT Law School students in March. Constitutional Rights— ISNATIONAL MOCK TRIAL The University of Texas School of Law hosted this year’s National Mock Trial Regional Competition in Austin on February 10, 11 and 12. Teams from law schools in Louisiana, Oklahoma and Texas competed in the event; representing the University were John Givens, Al Odom, Kathleen Olden, Walter Taylor, Mikal Watts and Jane Webre. The team began preparing for the competition in early January. Coached byjim Ewbank and Jack Ratliff. their work paid off, as the team of Al Odom, Walter Taylor and Jane Webre won the Regional Competition to advance to the National Mock Trial Finals in Dallas. In addition, Walter Taylor was named Best Advocate of the Competition. Professor Jack Ratliff (left), and regional championship winners Walter Taylor. Jane Webre and AI Odom (center) prepare to celebrate after UTs victory in the National Mock Trial Competition. 14 — National Mock Trial The ITT 1-aw School team approaches victory as Jane Webre responds to an opponent’s objection .ALL-STAR MOCK TRIAL In March the Law School witnessed another form of mock trial. Four high-powered litigators came together to demonstrate the science, and art, of courtroom representation at its best. Dick Miller and Daryl Bristow of Miller, Bristow and Brown, Steve Susman of Susman, Godfrey and McGowan and law school professor Jack Ratliff argued the case of l ne Star Aluminum Fabrication Corp. v. Fidelity Fire Insurance Co. before an audience packed into the school's courtroom. Federal court judge John V. Single-ton presided over the trial, which continued for more than four hours. The case was also presented on video monitors throughout the law school complex and several classes were cancelled so that students could witness the proceedings. Witness Chris Reeder prepares to mark a diagram of the Lone Star fabrication plant. ABOVE LEFT: Opening remarks to the jury. ABOVE: Consternation alter a witness' response. BELOW LEFT: Summation before the jury as the all-star mock trial nears an end. All-Star Mock Trial — 1516 — OrganizationsORGANIZATIONS “The boxing gloves (on his hind feet) back up the Law and Equity Organization — 17ASSAULT AND FLATTERY The 36th anniversary of Assault and Flattery, Townes Hall's annual musical comedy revue, was celebrated with a production of "Legal Shop of Horrors.” The plot of the show traced the lives of law students Seymour and Audrey as they confronted the socratically-sadistic Professor Orin Scrivello, LL.M., and a living, breathing, Mersky-eating 8-foot tall hornbook — Wright on Everything. No icon of pop culture was safe as the show lampooned everything from talk shows ("Professor Donahue”) to the Sweeny sisters ("Tom Clark Lounge”) to the questionable attempt of Lts Miserables to bring great literary works to the Broadway stage ("Crime and Pun- ishment — the Musical"). Professor involvement also soared this year, with students in "Law Connection" choosing their courses from videotaped descriptions by Professors Dzienkowski, Dodge, Robertson and Johanson. And maybe, someday, Lino Graglia will be able to forgive the Academy for overlooking his brilliant recreations of Marlon Brando’s famous roles in The Godfather, On the Waterfront and Streetcar. A F apparently found its expansion from three to four nights a comfortable one, as did its audiences, which filled the auditorium every evening with laughter, applause and appreciation for a job well done. 18 — Assault and FlatteryASSAULT AND FLATTERY ABOVE LEFT: David Dubose and the Judgctlcs perform "Be a 1 aw Prof.” MIDDLF. LEFT: Members of the cast sing "Crime and Punishment.” BOTTOM LEFT: The chorus line exemplifies the grandeur of the opening number. ABOVE: Cast members endure one of a thousand rehearsals. Assault and Flattery — 19BOARD OF ADVOCATES The Board of Advocates is an organization committed to developing trial and appellate advocacy skills in UT law students. The BOA runs seven interscholastic tournaments, and sponsors eight ir.terscholastic teams each year, providing valuable opportunities for litigation training during law school. The BOA ran three interscholastic competitions in the Fall. Bob Bragalone and Skip Marter won the Fall Novice Mock Trial Competition, with Bragalone named the best novice advocate. The Vial, Hamilton, Koch and Knox F.ndowed Senior Mock Trial Competition pitted the school’s top trial advocates against each other. Jon Givens and Mikal Watts won the championship round, with Watts being named the best advocate. A1 Spencer and Barry Hardin won the Fall Senior Moot Court Competition, with Hardin winning best advocate honors. Mike Barrera and David Guillory won the Spring Client Counseling Competition, the first of four competitions in the Spring. Guillory continued his success in the Spring Invitational Solo Mock Trial Competition, reaching the final round. The exclusive competition was held in January for the first time this year. The Novice Mock Trial Competition concluded in mid-March, and the Susman, Godfrey and McGowan F.ndowed Moot Court Competition in April had twelve teams competing against each other in a singleelimination format. ABOVE, OFFICERS: FRONT ROW: Robert Mayes, Cindy Levin, Charlotte Edwards, Michael L. Barrera. BACK ROW: James F.. Friedhofer, Kim Nugent-Anderson, John Strasburger, Debra Hamilton. Jack Ratliff, David Shukan, Linda Sinclair. Mikal Walts, Meg Brooks. NOT PICTURED: A1 Odom. Karen Stulh, Myra dickering. LEFT: Cindy Levin pours over case studies to prepare legal strategy . 20 — Board of AdvocatesBOARD OF ADVOCATES MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: Cindy Levin. Robert Mayes, Gary Wiener. Charlotte Edwards, Mike Barrera, Annette Davis. SECOND ROW: Mark Moore, John Browning. Jim E. Friedhofer, King Nugent-Anderson, Debra Hamilton, Jack Ratliff, David Shukan, Linda Sinclair. Mikal Watts. Bob Bragalonc. BACK ROW: Jonathan David. Jon T. Givens. Barbara Strand. Meg Brooks. Board of Advocates — 21BOARD OF ADVOCATES ABOVE: A few easy moments in the BOA office, under the Board's favorite slogan. ABOVE LEFT: Briefs... briefs ... briefs... RIGHT: Checking the rules, even if they are made to be broken. 2 — Board of AdvocatesBOARD OF ADVOCATES BOA Interscholastic Teams John Marshall Moot Court (Quarterfinalists) Kendrick Macdowell, Mark Moore, Karen Smith and Greg Morrison National Moot Court David Shukan, I .ana Varney, Greg Jordan and Greg Elis National Mock Trial Jon Givens, Mikal Watts and Kathy Olden; Al Odom, Walter Taylor and Jane Webre (Regional Champs) International Law Moot Court Mikal Waits, Jim Friedhofer and Jon Givens Client Counseling (Regional Semifinalists) Mike Barrera and David Guillory ATLA Mock Trial Rosemary Sullivan, Pat Gerald, Joby Hughes and Michael Mucchetti ABA Moot Court Annette Davis, Lisa Hogan, Mark Moore, Kim Nugent-Anderson, Greg Reed, Gary Wiener, JoeJaworski and Stephen Boudris. ABOVE: A spectator’s view of Waller Taylor during the National Mock Trial competition hosted by UT. LEFT: Board of Advocates faculty sponsor Jack Ratliff. Board of Advocates — 23CHICANO LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION MEMBERS, FRONT ROW: Avalyn Cas (illo, Kathy Cordova, F.lia Cornejo, Joe Escobedo. David Castillo, Annabel Lugo. Gilbert Martinez, Lawrence Herrera, Juan Gonzalez. SECOND ROW: Micaela Alva rez. Ana Sifuentes, Dale Kimball, David Garcia. THIRD ROW: Professor Gerald Torres, Nereyda Morales Martinez, Mary Fuentes, Richard Valle. David Rodriguez, Margie Arellano. F.lvia Garcia, Roxanna Gonzales, Maria Elena Ramon, Jaime Capelo, Leonel Alejandro. BACK ROW: F.lva Vela. Julie Pleasants, Ana Kirk. Gustavo Garcia. Sam F.ncarnacion, Irene V. Cadena, Robert Soza, Shirdell Lee. Patricia Barrera. Celestina Contreras. Rudy Sanchez. Jim Alaniz. OFFICERS: Jaime Capelo. Librarian; Norma Renteria. Project Information; Mary Nclda Valadez. ProjeC Information; Kathleen Cordova, Parliamentarian; David Calvillo, President; Mary E. Fuentes, Secrctjn Micaela Alvarez, Vice President; Leonel Alejandro, Public Liaison; Robert Soza, Treasurer. 24 — Chicano Law Students AssociationCHICANO LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION The Chicano Law Students Association (ChLSA) is an organization dedicated to the service and support of its members, the Law School and the community at large. This year represents the fifteenth year of the Chicano Law Students Association’s many contributions to the University of Texas Law School community. Most UT law students will think primarily of delicious fajitas and beautiful souvenir T-shirt designs when they think of ChLSA. The Chicano Law Students Association evokes these images because the Law School’s first major social event of the year is the annual Fajita Fiesta. The net proceeds from the Fajita Fiesta are contributed ot the Janie Villareal Emergency Student Loan Fund, which provides short-term loans to ChLSA members. But there is much more to ChLSA than Mexican ( food and business acumen ... This year the Chicano Law Students Association co-sponsored an orientation program for the entering freshlaws. The program provided the new students with additional insight into the University of Texas Law School experience. Shortly before midterm exams, ChLSA’s Big Brother Big Sister committee conducted mock examinations to try and remove the mystery from the Law School exam process. ChLSA was also very active in the area of job placement. The Placement Committee organized a job notebook, which cataloged notices of available legal positions for the members’ easy ref-erence. In January, ChLSA cosponsored an interviewing techniques seminar which attempted to hone members’ interviewing skills. Additionally, ChLSA members attended receptions sponsored by those few firms who desired to specifically recruit minority law students. ChLSA and the University received national attention this year when the organization sent four of its members to the Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA) annual bar convention in Albuquerque. The trip was a very successful one primarily because Leonel Alejandro, ChLSA public liaison, was elected Vice President of the HNBA Law Student Division. The Chicano Law Students Association continued to be a proud sponsor of the East Austin Legal Clinic, as well. The clinic provides legal services to low income Austinites, and is staffed by ChLSA members, volunteer attorneys and a legal aid staff. ChLSA also continued its practice of developing ties with the school’s alumni. A prominent UT alumnus addressed the members at each of the organization’s business meetings. ChLSA members also frequently attended meetings of the Capital Area Mexican American Lawyers. During the spring semester, ChLSA also produced a newsletter to inform the alumni of the year’s activities. The spring semester also saw the annual spring banquet. During the 1987-88 banquet, the keynote address was delivered by the late Willie Velazquez, long-time civil rights and voting rights leader. Though 1988-89 was the year which brought rain on the day of the annual Fajita Fiesta, that one rainy day did not dampen the spirit of ChLSA. Once again the group upheld its proud tradition of exemplary service to its members, the Law School and the community. The 1988-89 ChLSA officers were: David N. Calvillo, president; Micaela Alvarez, vice-president; Mary Fuentes, secretary; Robert Soza, Treasurer; Kathy Cordova, parlimentarian; Leonel Alejandro, public liaison; and Jaime Capelo and Ana Sifuentes, librarians. Texas Supreme Court Justice Raul Gonrale addresses Chl.SA members at one of their regular meetings. Chicano Law Students Association — 25CHANCELLORS Becoming a Chancellor was one of the greatest and most difficult honors a law student could receive, for invitation to the group was based solely on grade point averages. Each semester, the eight students maintaining the highest grade point were named Chancellors. Only students who had completed 42 semester hours and were not yet members were eligible for consideration. Created to recognize scholars who were most likely to strengthen their profession, the Chancellors remained strong 77 years after its formation. Professor David Anderson served as the advisor and mentor for the group. Each semester’s Chancellors were given honorary titles that reflected their academic ranking among the group. The Fall 1987 Chancellors, who were named the following semester, were: Grand Chancellor Lisa Schiavo, Vice-Chancellor Scott McClain, Clerk Geoffrey Polma, Keeper of the Per- egrinus Larry Walraven and Chancel-lors-at-Large Michael Brown, Kirkmichael Moore, Ellen Snyder and Allison Mantor. Spring 1988 Chancellors, named in the Fall of 1987, were: Grand Chancellor Arthur Catterall, Vice Chancellor Faith Steinberg, Clerk Alistair B. Dawson, Keeper of the Peregrinus Doug Ray, Chancellors-at-Large Ernest Blansfield, Jill Gary, Lauren Ravkind and Greg Hesse. FALL 1987: FRONT ROW: Allison Mantor, Lisa Schiavo. Mi-chad G. Brown BACK ROW: Kirkmichael Moore, Scon McClain, Geoffrey R Polma, Larry A. Walraven. SPRING 1988: Arthur Catierall. Greg Hesse, Lauren Ravkind, Alistair B Dawson, Jill Gary, Ernest Blansfield. 26 — ChancellorsAMERICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW From its inception in 1972, the American Journal of Criminal Law has been one of the few of nationally recogin zed law journals dedicated exclusively to criminal law. Professors and professionals from all over the nation submit their scholarly works to the editorial board in hopes that their articles will be included in one of the three issues published annually. Journal subscribers include 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. Many of the published articles, including a large number of student notes, have been put into the WESTLAW and LEXIS systems. Staff members either write or grade onto the Journal. Write-on competitions for all student publications are held at the end of the Spring semester and the beginning of the Fall semester. Additionally, the Journal has its own exclusive winter write-on competition for first and second year students, usually held in February of each year. After grades for each section of criminal law have been posted, thv Journal invites the top few students of each section to become members. AJCL is the only student legal publication at L'T that allows first years to become staff members during their first year of Law School. Consequently, theJournal is the only L'T legal publication to allow second year students to become editors. This year, AJCL had an editorial board composed largely of second year students, therefore we looked forward to an especially productive year in 1989-90. AJCL is proud of its diverse membership. Despite their extremely different political orientations, the "bleeding heart liberals” and "neo-fascist conservatives” on the editorial board manage to live, breathe and work in harmony. The Journal is proud to display the largest legal collection of black velvet F.lvis in the Southwest. EDITORIAL BOARD, FRONT ROW: Nina Fanil. I ami Walker. Bridgette Supper. Jeanne Bakker. SECOND ROW: Krisii Schneider. Brent Stahl. Bob Braga lone, F.ric Morgan. David Kavanaugh. BACK ROW: David Seid. F.lvis, John Williams. FRONT ROW: Toni Trevino, Jenifer llallom. Bob Bragalone. Brent Stahl. SECOND ROW: Kristi Schneider, Nina Fanil. Jeanne Bakker. Bridgctte Sopper. Tami Walker. David Kavanaugh. THIRD ROW: Stacy Jordan. David Seid. Fric Morgen. BACK ROW: Dana Hollingsworth, Clayton Smith. Tom McBath. Joe Kulhavy, John Williams. American Journal of Criminal Law — 2ENRLS The F.rvironmental and Natural Resources Law Society (ENRLS) keeps law students in touch with the real world. ENRLS brings speakers to the Law School to discuss current environmental and natural resources issues, and provides employment information for the public interest, government and private sectors. F.NRLS provides information about Austin organizations involved in envi- ronmental and natural resource issues for members interested in more activist activities. To generate local environmental awareness, the Society maintains an ongoing aluminum can recycling project in the Law School. For fun, the group organizes campouts and day trips in the beautiful surrounding Texas Hill Gauntry. F.NRLS is a member of the National Association of Environmental Law Societies and sent representatives u Michigan last year and Colorado thi year for national conferences. While many of the members are avid tree-hugging environmentalists, mart others are of a more conventional breed. F.NRLS is a broad-based organization that provides a forum for discussion and sometimes debate on environmental and natural resource, issues. FRONT ROW: Karen Garnett. Vice President: Susan White. Newsletter Editor; Mark Walker. President: Toni Trevino, Recycling Coordinator. SECOND ROW: Dana Staff, Mark Heller. Bcata Lewis, Leslie Mcncher. Anita Jacb BACK ROW: John Carlton, Darren Groce, Sarah Sharkx.N -Hucske, Diane Tripp. Carol Burden. Beata Lewis. 28 — Environmental and Natural Resources Law SocietsFRESHLAW SECTION ONE FRONT ROW: Kim Friesenhahn, Lori Erwin, Sieve Femelius, Vianei Lopez. Thomas Walsh. SECOND ROW: Ethel Johnson. Danielle Hargrove, Jennifer Thoman, Melissa K. Ferrell. Christine Yang. Pamela Huff. Laura Cerniglia. Krista Petty. Angela Dowdle. Suzanne Wesierheim. THIRD ROW: Brian Carpenter. Charles Gilbert. Antoine M. Devine, Bob McMur-try.J.D. Munn. Richard Valle. Robert McCormick. Kathryn M. Flagg. Dan McMahan, Mary Nan Doran. Theodore Charles Marcus. Lawrence Hilton. George O. Wilkinson, Valerie Kirk. Angela Melina Raab, Kurt F.lieson, Pete Beardsley, Eric Begun. Kyle Ballard. Kevin Fiur. Elva Vela, Elia Cornejo. BACK ROW: Lance Long. Mike Wilson. Mark C. Laughlin. Andrew Whitaker. Michelle Levitt. Tina Ross. Katherine Benbow. Maxine Jenks. Joane Tuttle. John Spiller. Nicole Todach. Barbara Stradling. Freshlaw Section One — 29FRESHLAW SECTION TWO FRONT ROW: Gwen Lipsey. Charolette New. Alicia Locheed. Kelly Kim brough, Jennifer Ramsey, Dianne S. Wendl, Kelli Norris, Lisa A. Capers. SECOND ROW: Richard S. Moultrie. Stephanie D. Surratt. Ann C. Montgomery. Teresa L. Todd. JaniceS. Feinberg, Gene Spears, Joseph SJawor-ski, Joseph Loiacono li. Cynthia L. Degitz, Craig C. Gant. Richard B Dulany. THIRD ROW: Aubrey Pittman, Gregory Finley, Joel S. Allen. Scott Roby, Susan Weiss, Alice Kronfeld.Jay English, Lynn Butler. Melissa McMahon. Keith Rutherford. Lisa Tyson. Len Gabbay. BACK ROW:Jcm Bullard. Bob Strawbrich. Scott Haney. Karl Tiger Hanner. Brad Barros Bradley Howard. Carol Barton. Jack Modesett, Marty Schexnayder. Stew Lin, Oscar Trevino, Bill Lawrence. SO — Fresh law Section TwoFRESHLAW SECTION THREE FRONT ROW: Bill Kroger. Jodi Pearson. Carol Burdin, Shannon Connelly. Nancy Talvavera, Leslie Garcia. Robin Slater, Kim banen, Gabriel Garcia. Natalie Hopkins. Mick Cantu. Sarah Hlavinka. SECOND ROW: Debbie Lewis. Laura Prather. Nclva Gonzales, Carol Adams. Rozzy Pollox, Yvonne Ramirez. Dana Stagg. Wendy Wallace. Chris Hanna. Doug Greer. Kandy Lewis. Cindy Reyna. Laura Battle. Jeanie Vidlak, Brent Kugler. Brian Angel, Alan Metni. THIRD ROW: Leslie Lurie. Chris F.dwards, Laure Ware, Kristin Proctol, Veronica Gonzales. Theresa Bishop. Tim Tyan. Becca George, John Rcsendez, Annabelle Lugo, Deena Hamilton, Steve Davis. Mark Wallers. Paula Yost. Marc Wilenzick, Yoav Griver. FOURTH ROW: Robyn Tinsley. Michael Wroblewski. Don Lindsay. Harlan Hentges. Albert Betts. Matt Kyle. Robert Bruce. Grant McFarland. George Jackson. Brad Smith, Laura Gould, Cyndi Phillips. Suzanne Chauvin. Phil Tate, Camille Johnson. Susan Hargis, John Vogel. Shari Feemster. BACK ROW: Tony Barretta, Jim Cowan. Brian Carmichael, Scott Siddons. Parker Binion, Mark Boyd, Mike Peters. Neal Hueske. Gene Egdorf, Lenny bugal, David Farhart.Jeff Walther. Stephen Hodsden. Brad Daccus, Chris Maczka. Fresh law Section Three — SIFRESHLAW SECTION FOUR FRONT ROW: Brad Gammell. Sarah Sharlot, Virginia Gclthiser, Marcia Bobb. Dana Bedichek, Martha Rangel, Lisa Bcvillc, Emile Scbesia, Dudley McClellan. Anita Jaeb. SECOND ROW: Debra Green, Ron Moss, Mike Casillas, Mark Womack, John Chapoton, Nancy Morton. Mary Ann Knoeck-el. Gene Mattison, Greg Reed. THIRD ROW: Al Bennett, Richard Williams, Jaime Capelo. FOURTH ROW: Stephen Johnson. Mark Nair.John Chalk. FIFTH ROW: Darren Groce, Roger Stewart. Lonnie Roach. Lisa Marquis. Paul Martin. Chris Thetford, Penny Turner. Rich Wilke SIXTH ROW: Merritt Spencer, Gilbert Martinet. Kim Smith. Steve Spears Mike Smith. SEVENTH ROW: Marcia Cantu, John Molinar, Jon Smrtk EIGHTH ROW: James Bostic. Mark Handley. Kurt Meaders. Matt Holmes. NINTH ROW: John Carlton, Phil Horwilt, I jura Wolf, Marat Cantu, Yuri Campbell. Don Gontalet. BACK ROW: Lisa Laursen, Nod Plummer, Doug Haynes, Scott McDonald. Rob Garnett. NOT PICTURED Ann Marley. Trisha Theis, Kim Evans, Lit Barton. Kevin McCarter. Sunk) Bellbottom, Jeff Mccom. Kenneth Aslakson, Paul Niemeyer, Dave Mooct Belinda Sprung. Leslie Hagin. Kate Vickers, Michael Simpson, Jill Barrier Charles Kelley. S2 — Freshlaw Section FourFRESHLAW SECTION FIVE FRONT ROW: Elizabeth Roger . Bonnie Rubey, Kim Scott. Becky Smith, Nancy Capps. Ted Roberts. SECOND ROW’: Kay Gunderson, Tiffany Roper. J.L. Jay, Nancy Archer, Michaela Clarke. Sandy Isola. THIRD ROW: David Bickham, John Goldstone, Donna Jones, Rita Malik, Diane FRONT ROW: Gregg Cox. Leslie Menchcr, Elaine Allan. Katherine Witt Haight. Diane O'Brien, Mary Ortiz. SECOND ROW: Wes Schlenker. Su annc Fitzpatrick. Eddie Dixon. Kate Ohlandt. Debra Guerrero. THIRD ROW: Michael Wadlcr. Jane Burruss, Steve Barrett, Jim Easton. Cynthia Tripp. FOURTH ROW: Paul Wilcott. Jim Gilmore. Leslie W’urst, David Hugley. FIFTH ROW: Cynthia Morales. Nan McGee. BACK ROW: Ruben Barrera. Tyson, Branyon, Christine Gray, John Crow. Smith. Dvann Medina. FOURTH ROW: Barbara Szalav. Richard Allen. Tyson Branyan, Rick Toothaker, Francis W’illiams. Margie Arellano. FI FTH ROW: Stephen Hilmy. David Johnston, Russell Merbeth, Ed Bussey. BACK ROW: Chris Kirk. Gustavo. Freshlaw Section Five — S3INTERNATIONAL LAW SOCIETY The members of the Internationa] Law Society devoted themselves to increasing awareness of developments and opportunities in international law. The group accomplished this goal by-addressing the career needs and academic interests of UT law students. Speakers during the year included Professor Francesco Francioni, who discussed terrorism at sea, and Rebecca Reynolds from the Texas Department of Commerce, speaking on the international aspects of the Canadian Free Trade and Mexican Bilateral Trade Agreements. Other speakers were Professor Hartley who spoke on joint ven- tures between the US and the Soviet Union, and Doug Alexander of Brown, Maroney, Rose, Barber and Dye, who discussed investment in Mexico. The ILS held its third annual High Tea in the Sheffield Room. Basil Markesinis, a visiting professor from Queen Mary College of the University of London, spoke on the United States and Great Britain as two nations separated by a common legal heritage. The ILS also co-sponsored the annual International Pot Luck Supper with the Texas International Law Journal. In addition, the ILS sponsored the University of Texas tryouts for the Jev sup International Law Moot Court Competition. The four team mcmbcn — Jim Friedhofer, Jon Givens, Dwayne Goet .el and Mikal Watts — traveled;: I louston for the regional competition. FRONT ROW: Thomas WaUh. Avalyn Guw Marie Miller. Vke President; David Kavaruogk President; Julie Bloomfield, Treasurer. Perm Turner, Sandy Isola. SECOND ROW: Mad Moore, David Hugley, Natalie Hopkins, Cm Burditt, Donna Jones Marc B. Wilenzick, YoavN Criver, Jeanne L. Bakker, Mary Ann Know If Jay Westbrook, Faculty Advisor. BACK ROW Paul Stone, Kim Smith, W'reno Wynne, Tama Milliken, Dwayne K. Goetzel, Beata C. Le»» Jeffrey K. Sands, Kate Vickers. 1989 JESSUP INTERNATIONAL LAW MOOT COURT TEAM: Jim Friedhofer, Mikal Watts, Jon Givens, Dwayne Goetzel. Participants in the Guanajuato Exchange Program. 34 — International Law SocietyLSGLC Law Students for Gay and Lesbian Concerns is an association of gay and lesbian law and graduate students. We strive to meet the social and educational neeck of the gay and lesbian community at the University of Texas. One way we do this is through meetings on campus. At one recent meeting, our members participated in a roundtable discussion on the joys and hardships of “coming out." At another meeting, a local attorney addressed the legal aspects of anti-gay discrimination in employment. Away from campus, and with more of an eye to socializing, LSGLC has developed a reputation for hosting some of the best parties in town. We also host a weekly happy hour as a social forum for our members and their friends. Some of our activities are distinctly political. We are currently engaged in a struggle to include sexual orientation in the non-discrimination policy which law-firms must sign in order to recruit at the Law School. We also sponsored a fundraising party in January to assist the Texas Human Rights Foundation. The Foundation is leading efforts to unseat state district judge Jack Hampton of Dallas. The judge made national news when he handed down a lenient sentence to a Mesquite teenager be- cause the two men he was convicted of murdering were gay. The judge’s comments revealed that his leniency was rooted in absurd stereotypes about gay individuals. Many of us are surprised to find that these stereotypes persist, but to a very great extent, they do. If most people only knew how many gay and lesbian friends they have unwittingly had over the years, many of the myths about gay men and lesbians would fall away. With truth would come understanding, and with understanding, tolerance. We hope that our presence might help to bring that day closer. Law Students for Gay and Lesbian Concerns — 35LAWYERS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP Lawyers Christian Fellowship (LCF) is a non-denominational group of Christian law students whose goal was to encourage others, provide a source of fellowship at the Law School, and minister to the community. LCF was perhaps the largest law student organization, with approximately seventy participants. The LCF weekly activities included Wednesday evening fellowship hours, Friday morning prayer breakfasts, and small group Bible studies. In addition, LCF hosted various guest speakers (including Dr. Olasky of the UT journalism department and adjunct professor of law David Caudill), sponsored an intramural softball team and provided monthly social activities. LCF also sponsored a spring retreat to the T Bar M ranch in the beautiful New Braunfels hill country, at which Bill Fountain, a partner at Brown, Nlaroney, Rose, Barber and Dye, was the featured speaker. LCF ministered to the poor and elderly in the Austin community by participating in the Meals-on Wheels program and provided social interaction for residents of the Travis State School by hosting a Thanksgiving party and an Easter celebration, and helping with the school's Halloween Carnival. LCF is a student chapter of the Christian Legal Society (CLS), a nationwide association of Christian attorneys. Through CLS, Lawyers Christian Fellowship members have access to Bible study materials, newsletters, legal periodicals focusing on religious issues, and state and national conferences. “Lawyers Christian Fellowship — real people who keep their focus on Christ... even in law school!” A large number of LCF members atteraifd t spring retreat at New Braunfels, where tbqti joyed worship services. Bible teaching, tow games, sporting activities and generally hx great time getting better acquainted. FRONT ROW: Thomas Walsh, Christy York. Lisa Rutledge, Wes Schlenker. Steve Campos,Julie Kelm, Lend) Leggett, Kerry McLain. SECOND ROW: Debra Guerrero, Shcllie Hoffman. Leticia Flores. Meg Reeves. Kathy Flagg. Barbara Horan, Carmen Falls. Camille Cutler. Laura LaVi- ollette. THIRD ROW: Rob Prcvost, F.d Russey. Kirk Peterson, Larry Ry Rick Rutledge. Kay Bestol, John Tempesta. Alex Munoz, Terry Brema Jana Sweeney. BACK ROW: lorn Shelton. Brad Dacus. David Northrsi Cun Ferguson. 36 — Lawyers Christian FellowshipLEGAL RESEARCH BOARD The Legal Research Board (LRB) celebrated its twenty-seventh year by continuing to provide research services to licensed members of the bar. Members produced fifty memoranda on a wide range of legal topics for attorneys from New York to New Mexico. Following numerous organizational changes implemented during the 1987-1988 academic year, the LRB shifted its focus to its membership in the new year. F.fforts were made to increase the value of LRB membership to each writer and director. Guest speakers such as Regina Rogoff, director of the Austin office of the Legal Aid Society, and Sue Goodman, former clerk to Judge Thomas M. Reavley of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, provided insight into their areas of expertise in informal discussions. The myth-ical Mrs. Folgers Award was resurrected and presented to the dedicated student most responsible for keeping the coffee pot full and fresh. The designation of Friday as Doughnut Day enticed members into the office. The LRB office thus resumed its place as both a social and scholastic base for its members. Fees were increased to provide writers and directors with a more substantial pittance than before. Of course, the real value of LRB membership remained the opportunity to work on real legal problems and to receive positive and constructive feedback from practicing attorneys. ABOVE, OFFICERS: Patrick O. Red. Kim Parkinson, Jack Martin. Mary Rossi. FRONT ROW: Mary Rossi. Nikki Vadnais, Carey Leva. Kim Parkinson. Melissa Hamilton. BACK ROW: Patrick O. Keel. Will Dibrell. Jeff Becker. George Hampton, Jack Martin. Legal Research Board — 37NATIONAL LAWYERS GUILD The National Lawyers Guild is a national membership organization of over 7,000 legal practioncrs. The Guild was founded in 1937 as the first integrated bar association in the United States. Since that time, it has provided legal support to virtually every struggle in this country for economic, social and political justice: from the labor movement of the 30’s and 40’s, to the fight against McCarthyism in the 50’s, to the civil rights, antiwar and women’s move- ments of the 60’s and 70's, to the anti-intervention, anti-apartheid, antinuclear and Sanctuary movements of today. Throughout the last half-century, the National Lawyers Guild has played a critical role in the development of progressive legal institutions and doctrines, and has been the conscience of the bar in the United States. Our current work includes defending affirmative action programs and right-wing attacks, creating a legal referral network for people with AIDS, defending Native American treaty rights, and challenging the legality of U.S. intervention in Central America and theCa ribbean. The National Lawyers Guild has os® 100 chapters in cities and law schools nationwide. Membership is open to U yers, law students, legal workers -mi jailhouse lawyers. We also sponsor i Friends of the Guild program througf which non-members can participate our activities and support our work. FRONT ROW: Michaels Clarke. Noel Plummer. LiJo Pomerleau. Laurie F.iserloh. Vianet Lope , Jean Wagner-Rosenb'.att. Nina Fantl, Will Dibreb ROW: Don l.indsay, Jeff Thorne. Bill Taylor. Amy Hall. Carolyn Starr. Paul Schorn. Carmen Kumbaut, Danielle Knight- National Lawyers GuildPHI ALPHA DELTA The Tom C. Clark Chapter of Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity International (PAD), in keeping with its longstanding tradition of service to the students, the profession, and the community, renewed its rich legacy with an impressive program in 1988-1989. The successful year was due in large part to the untiring efforts of this year’s outstanding officers: Robert Clauson, Justice; Rick Van Frank, Vice-Justice; Mark Moore, Treasurer; David Hudson, Marshal; and William Atkerson, Clerk. Again this year PAD members were afforded the opportunity to spend a “Day with a Judge” where PAD members meet judges and attend court with them. The students were briefed on the cases to be heard and after hearing oral arguments discussed the cases with the judges. Participating judges in the program were Texas Supreme Court Justice Franklin Spears and Justice Robert Gammage of the Texas Court of Appeals. As a further service to the students, PAD initiated honary members State Treasurer Ann Richards and Land Commissioner Garry Mauro, allowing candid conversation with these influential state political figures. Judge Ron- nie Earle also spoke to a PAD meeting about the current state of the judicial system and its role in effecting social change. A new service to the community was begun in the fall with “Freedom Day” which resulted in the collection of 1200 pounds of food for the needy of Austin. In the future this will join the other distinguished PAD traditions which were continued this year: free PAD calendars and directories for all law students. This year the Chapter sent three delegates to the International Convention in Scottsdale, Arizona, and again hosted the PAD district conference. TOP LEFT, FRONT ROW: Richard W. Van-Frank. William Aikerson, Robert Clauson. Carry Mauro. Franklin Spears, David Hudson, Fritz W. Brendemihl. BACK ROW: L.ori A. Crockett, Mary Carolyn Carmichael, Bill Curley, Ruben Montemayor, Laura Perkins. Annie Oellien, Jen-nifcr-Kathleen Thomas, Carey Leva, David On. BOTTOM LEFT, OFFICERS: William Atkerson. Robert Clauson. David Hudson, Richard Van Frank. ABOVE: Texas Land Commissioner Garry Mauro receives his honorary membership into Phi Alpha Delta. Phi Alpha Delta — 39PINK FLAMINGOS Over the long proud history of the University of Texas School of Law, there have emerged many fine organizations dedicated to the pursuit of truth, knowledge and justice; groups made up of the best and brightest, the most talented and the most dedicated; organizations with great traditions of scholarship and community leadership; organizations whose academic excellence is second only to their moral integrity. THE PINK FLAMINGOS IS NOT SUCH A GROUP. The Flamingos trace their beginnings to a little known band of 16th century Irish Buddhist vikings known for their ability to forecast the future and dance to Zeppelin tunes at Stonehenge. In accordance with the teachings of their spiritual forefathers, the present day ensemble is dedicated to the pursuit and The Pink Flamingos Sip N Fall preservation of the lofty ideals of the legendary cinematic master and guru John Waters. The Flamingos have taken the initiative to realize a kinder, more gentle nation by seeking to create a world in which the constitutional ideals of William J. Brennan, Jr., William O. Douglas and Keith Richards are as revered as the tatoos on Wendy O. Williams’ back. There can be no doubt that the Flamingos have done many things to leave their mark on the world in 1988-89. The organization’s two entries into the Sip N Fall group costume contest were finalists, with the Village People entry winning the top prize by the largest margin of moral bankruptcy in Sip ’N Fall history. In this election year the Flamingos took great pride in their participation in the political process. For the oval office, the Flamingos heartih endorsed the Arnold Ziffle — Kun Rambis ticket. Great pressure was pj on the Commissioner of Baseball tore-quire Keith Richards and Sono Bono sing a duct of the national anthem; every World Series game. The Flamb go’s effort to become a recognized, tai exempt religion was unsuccessful bsi their pro bono programs have rrudt remarkable progress. Such program include their continued fights for the release of Charles "Tex" Watson ard the reinstatement of Mossy “the Am-eater’’ Cade. The Spring semester ushered in a new era for the Flamingos, evidenced by their release of several new legs publications: the Flamingo Journal 1 Public Policy, the Texas Law Fashior Journal and the Texas Do Review. FRONT ROW: John Williams, Keith. Morgana. William O. Douglas. David Scid. SECOND ROW: X Klein. Stary Jordan. George Bradford. Charles Weinberger, Kristine Stampcn. BACK ROW: -Potato, Alicia Cummings. Flvis Van Stralcn. NOT PICTURED: William J. Brennan Jr.. Arnold Zit Sonny Bono, Kurt Rambis, Tex Watson, John Waters. Mark Yudof. — Pink FlamingosREAL ESTATE LAW SOCIETY Students interested in learning about the different law practices that involved real property were not disappointed thanks to the efforts of the Real Estate Law Society (RELS). Founded only six years ago, RELS had grown to a membership of over 60 this year. The society spread the word about real estate law through monthly meetings at which practicing attorneys spoke about commercial leasing, bankruptcy, foreclosure and other areas related to real estate law. Officers for 1988-89 were: Dan Hassett, President; Clay Holcomb, Vice President of Speakers; Tammy Walker, Treasurer; Sheli Barnett, Vice President of Publicity; Byron LeFlore, Secretary; Dave Johnston. Publicity; Bev Landis, Vice President of MLI. Clayton L. Smith. Tami Walker, Clay Holcomb. Dan Hassell, Sheli Barnett, Byron laiFlore. Mary Casey. Bill Gibson. Real Estate Law Society — 41REVIEW OF LITIGATION FRONT ROW: Lori Davidson. Sheri Deterfing, Belinda Reagan. Francie Kilborne, David On. Gabrielle Kickham, Kim Nugent-Anderson, Meg Brooks. SECOND ROW: Phillip Sharp. F.li abeth Dixon, jon T. Givens. Ruth Downes, Tim Watson, , Maggie Yowell. Camille Calvert. THIRD ROW: Michael Mucchetti. Peter Miller, F.d Mayfield, Ralph Stone. Bret Wells. Mark Hork, Brian Cieniawski. FOURTH ROW: Susan Murphy, Alfred Spencer III, Alan R. Van Stralen, Duke F.. Hooten, David A. Klinger Mark F.infalt. BACK ROW: I.eslie Walker. Barry Hardin. Victoria form Byron LeFlore. Jr.. Lendy Leggett. NOT PICTURED: Russell Reid. Mart Borgman. Doug Griffith. Doyle Simons, Lauren Ravkind. Scott Brick ! Jeff Case. Myra Chickering, Mark Heilbrun.Jim Vickery . The Review of Litigation is a scholarly journal devoted to the needs of practicing litigators. Articles and student-written notes focus on emerging trends in substantive law as they evolve in courtrooms across the country as well as the trial lawyer’s ever-changing procedural arsenal. The Review's emphasis on practicality is maintained without compromising the high intellectual and technical standards for which University of Texas legal journals are known. Many of its articles are at the forefront of developing legal theory. From its inception, 'The Review's scope has been national. Law firms, courts, and law libraries throughout the nation include The Review in their reference collections. T he Review’s staff is selected from students who participate in a writing candidacy program. Additionally, some students who excel in advocacy competitions are invited to join. Many staff members use the office as a refuge from the turmoil of classes and interviewing. Hot coffee and and cold drinks help to foster a warm camaraderie. The office is also a forum for spirited political discussions. And, three times during the school year, the editors and staff collaborate to produce a first-rate publication. David A. Klingler Editor in Chief Leslie L. Walker Managing Editor Russell L. Reid Jr. Chief Artie Us Editor Victoria M. Garcia Chief Sole Editor Frances Me. Kilborne Maragrct A. Yowell Articles Editors Byron L. LeFlore Jr. Susan K. Murphy Belinda L. Reagan Xote Editors Stacey Cowand Jernigan Technical E.ditor Mark George F.infalt Subscriptions Editor 42 — Review of LitigationSTUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION The Student Bar Association’s membership includes every law student. Membership is headed by the Board of Governors who are chosen in a schoolwide election. The SBA provides a voice to the administration and assistance of all kinds to individual students and student organizations. It’s been a busy year for the Student Bar Association. Aside from providing daily services such as renting lockers, selling stamps and providing a lost-and-found, the Board of Governors organized several other projects and events. Guest speaker events included "The Ethics of Rambo Litigation” in the Fall and Judge Wapner of “The People’s Court" in the Spring. Social events included Sip ’N Fall (otherwise know as Fall Drunk) and the Spring Fling. A Welcome Back kegger kicked off the year, as well. In addition, the Student Bar Association and Weil, Gotchal and Manges sponsored parties for the first year students at the end of midterm exams and Finals. Law Week this year included a number of activities. Prominent were Race Judicata, Dean Keeton’s Barbecue and the Jesse Dean Oliver Auction which raised money for the law student emergency loan fund. The Board of Governors are also responsible for administering teacher evaluation at the end of each semester, finding students for student faculty committees, and producing a monthly newsletter for the school entitled "The SBA Pocket Part." Other SBA projects during the year: clean up projects, including involvement in the Texas Adopt-A-Highway program; participation in the Austin Independent School District program to bring law students into area high schools; improvement of the grounds around the school’s north side (“the week project”); and the Fall Break proposition to allow students days off in the Fall semester to interview and pursue fly-back opportunities with law-firms around the country. Carmichael. BACK ROW: John Flannery. Klim Ossenforl. Bradleigh Walters. Julia Jcllricx, Alice kronfeld. Mena Ramon. Camille Cutler. David Hurley. FRONT ROW: Chris Kwuig. Greg Clark. SECOND ROW: Steve Feme I ms. Bob "Steaks" Schmidt. Kevin Feeney. Al Bennett. Greg Morrison. Brian Student Bar Association — 43STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION THIRD-YEAR MEMBERS: Chris Ewing. Bradleigh Wallers. Bob Schmidt. Mena Ramon. Creg Clark. CamileCudff SECOND-YEAR MEMBERS: FRONT ROW: John Flannery. F.llen Ossenfort, Julia Jeffrey, Kevin Feeney. BACK ROW: Creg Morn — Student Bar AssociationSTUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION TOP, FIRST-YEAR REPRESENTATIVES: David Hug Icy. Alfred Bennett. Brian Steven Femeliui and Chris Ewing discuss the varied ap-Carmtchael, Steve Femelius, Alice Kronfeld. BOTTOM RIGHT: Ademar Chavana, Chris proaches to life in law school. Ewing. Jon Hlavinka. Ann Gill and Greg Clark spend a Saturday morning cleaning the SBA's idopted highway. Student Bar Association — 45STUDENT BAR ASSOCIATION ABOVE: The SB A demonstrates just how subtle it can be. BOTTOM LEFT: Behind closed doors, members of the SBA continue reparations for the auction. The Student Bar Associate 46 — Student Bar AssociationTEACHING QUIZMASTERS Teaching Quizmasters are technically responsible for instructing first year law students in Legal Research and Writing and Brief Writing and Oral Advocacy. The TQs represent much more, however. They are responsible for ensuring that the most difficult and bewildering year of law school is as painless as possible, no easy task. One of their most important roles involves providing a social environment in which the new law students can gel to know one another. They also make themselves available for advice at all hours on any topic. As a result, each TQ leaves an indelible mark on each of the students he or she oversees. TOP, FRONT ROW: Sarah Hlavinka, Annette Faubion, Marsha Me Dade, Sara Spector, Holly Schymik. SECOND ROW: David Weisman, Peggy Doucl, Michelle Hoogendam, Sue Barker, David DuBose. THIRD ROW: John Vogel, Nancy Hahn, l.ydia Plamp, Shari Fccmster, Howard Hall. BACK ROW: Sieve Mcisgeicr. Paul Solomon, John Cowart, David Rae. NOT PICTURED: Bill Kroger. Jodi Pearson, Joby Hughes, David Hudson. BOTTOM: Lydia Plamp reviews freshlaw homeword assignments. Teaching Quizmasters — 47nn™ TEACHING QUIZMASTERS LEFT: The law — always in the background RIGHT: The ubiquitous I Q Boards. BOTTOM: Another late night in the office. r - V - 48 — l eaching QuizmastersTEXAS INTERNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL Ranking as the fourth oldest student-edited international law journal in the United States, the Texas International Law Journal continued its twenty-fourth year of publishing in 1988-89. The Journal published three issues during the year and had subscribers from all over the world. The Editorial Advisory Board for I ILJ was composed of lawyers and scholars from the U.S. and other countries. Articles written by professionals as well as student notes and comments were published in the issues of the Journal . Members were selected from students who participated in the spring and fall write-on competitions, made independent submissions and excelled in the Jessup International Moot Court Com-petition. Foreign students enrolled in the Masters of Comparative Jurisprudence program were also offered membership. The Journal’s year was topped off by its annual TILJ Alumni Banquet, held in April, which honored contributors to and staff of previous Texas International Law Journal volumes. TOP, FRONT ROW: Alexander Amrein. Susan While. Andrea Ashby, Lynn Carter, Dale Kimball. Linda Swenson. SECOND ROW: Dee Dee Drays. Geoffrey Pivaieau. Scott Newar. Joan Creigh, Carrie tlinchman. THIRD ROW: Janna Swinney. Judy Melton, Kari Moroncy. Andre Brunei. Brian Bascom. Karen Garnett. FOURTH ROW: Caroline LeGeili. Mary Tarpey, Cathy Chapman. Bill Atkerson. Bruce Ritren. BACK ROW: Peter Kelly. Maxine Dachs lager, Henning Oesterhaus. John Williamson, James Wright. Greg |ordan, Cliff Simpson. Pete Smio. BOTTOM. TILJ EDITORIAL BOARD: FRONT ROW: Jeanne Covington. Al Garcia. Marianne Real. Martin Lut . Natalie McAdams. Kim Parkinson. Chris Heinemeyer. BACK ROW: Steve Boarwright, Steve Thomas. Beth Johnson. Phil Lowe, Dave Richards, Scott Hayes. Dan Papermaster. Pam Stewart, Lu Quasi. Texas International Law Journal — 49TEXAS LAW FELLOWSHIPS Texas Law Fellowships (TLF) was established in 1987 by law students to fund public interest clerkships. Through donations from students and faculty and matching grants from law firms, TLF provides summer fellowships with tax-exempt public interest organizations for selected students. In 1988, TLF raised over $17,000 for the program. F.very student who contributes to the program is a member of TLF and has the opportunity to select those projects funded. Any first or second-year UT law student who wishes to work for a non-profit or government organization may apply for a fellowship provided that the organization is either unable to pay any salary or only a minimal amount. TLF funded the following internships during the summer of 1988: Patricia Barrera, Texas Rural Legal Aid; Margaret Tucker, AIDS Services of Austin; Amy Hall, Government Accountability Project; Guillermo Garza, Gay and Lesbian Advocates and Defenders — AIDS Law Project; Rala Massey, Legal Aid Society of Central Texas; Leslie Wille, Austin Tenants Council; and Denise Brady, Disabilities Law Project. These Fellows were selected by the student members in the spring of 1988. In addition to its usual activities, TLF submitted a loan forgiveness program to the law school administration that would help UT graduates who choose to work for the public interest. The proposal is under study by a committee of faculty and students. Officers for 1988-1989 are: Marianne Real, President; Carol Cappadon-na. Treasurer; Mary Searcy, Secretary; Denise Brady, Faith Bulger, Dana F.lfin, Linda Kring, Renee Jones and Mark Walker, Board Members. TOP: Dean Mark Yudof meets with TLF president Marianne Real. BOTTOM: Students gathrt recognize the year's fellowship recipients. 50 — Texas Law FellowshipsTEXAS LAW REVIEW The more things changed, the more things stayed the same at the sixty-seven-year-old Texas Law Review. Changes included putting out the First on-time November issue in recent memory, and replacing Nerf Pong with juggling as the ofFice pasttime. Dean Mark Yudof agreed to speak at the Review's annual banquet, promising something "shorter and funnier." Staying the same were attention to cite form, creative editing, long hours, and bad coffee for board members and staff alike. With wit and infrequent good spirits, second years endured weeks of office duty, vacation dut , and survivalist weekends in Tarlton with only bluebooks, pencils and forthcoming articles. Most of all, they wrote and rewrote their notes on cutting edge questions from the legal frontier, such as "Should the separate document form of judgment rule be enforced on appeals from bankruptcy courts?” and "Are opt-out provisions for unnamed plaintiffs in multistate class actions necessary?” Doug Sigcl endure the never ending task of reviewing manuwript Mark J. Braz il, DAvid C. Frederick. Nancy J. Forbis. David A. Wood. form. BOTTOM, EDITORIAL BOARD: Paul R. F.lliott. Michael G. Frederick D. Junkin, Geoffrey R. Polma, Lisa C. Schiavo. James N. Hollis. ,0wn. Margaret F.. Bond. Lisa A. Brown. David L. Plaut. Doug Q. Sigel. F.rick J.R. Nichob. Texas Law Review — 51TEXAS LAW REVIEW TOP, STAFF: Michael L. Burnell, James R. Lovelace, Erie W. Pinker, Dana C. Livingston, David H. Hcningion, Dawn V. Ryan, Beth L. Fancsali, L. De-Wayne Lay-field, Jeffry D. Weems, W. Glen Opel, Barry 0. Burgdorf. Skip Marier, Beverly Ray Burlingame. LEFT: Managing Editor Fred Junkin checks to see who still hasn't done what. RIGHT: Margaret Bond lies up loose ends in making ready for the Law Revim't annual banquet. 52 — Texas Law ReviewTHURGOOD MARSHALL LEGAL SOCIETY The Thurgood Marshall Legal Society (TMLS) is an organization of students interested in providing support and opportunities for black law students. The society is particularly concerned with increasing the number of black students and faculty members within the School of Law. This year’s activities included preparation for publication a volume of UCLA's National Black Law Journal, providing legal assistance through the East Austin Legal Clinic, and providing workshops that addressed the concerns of first year law students. Officers for the 1988-89 year were: Janet Martin, President: Alanna Wilkinson, Vice President; John McCormick, Treasurer; Kenneth Martin, Parliamentarian; Weslynn Walker, Secretary; Olga Johnson and Nick Pirttman, First Year Representatives. TMLS hosted several speakers during ihe school year. FRONT ROW: Richard Moultrie. Alanna Wilkinson. Renee R. Jones.James M, Womack, Noel S. Plummer. Cisselon Nichols. Olga Johnson. SECOND ROW: John McCormick. Suzette Jones, Antoine M. Devine, Marcia Bobb. Cecilia Willis. Barbara Griffin. Sandra Phillips. Alfred Bennett. Janet Martin. THIRD ROW: Kevin Cole. Danielle Hargrove. F.thel Johnson. The- odore C. Marcus. Albert Betts. Olga Johnson, Samuel F.ncarnacion, Greg Phillips. Kidgcly Bennett. Sonia A. Bacchus. Erica Markum, A. 'Nek Pittman. Kim Posey. RACK ROW: Brian Jammer. Kenneth Martin, Albert Powell. John McLeod. Marcus Blackwell. Wendell P. Shepherd. Jeffrey K. Sands. Weslynn Walker. Debra Green. Richard Laird. Alex Duran. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society — 53UNIVERSITY CIVIL LIBERTIES UNION The 1988-89 year was an active one for the University Civil Liberties Union (UCLU) as they worked to protect individuals’ rights and attempted to raise the general consciousness of the law school and the university community. The UCLU vigorously responded to the negative attacks aimed at the American Civil Liberties Union during the presidential campaign of 1988. Several hundred students attended professor Michael Tigar’s speech on "What it means to be a card-carrying member of the ACLU." Professor Tigar is a lifelong member of the ACLU and chairman-elect of the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association. Programs on such topics as advocating civil rights in a legal career and current civil liberties issues in Texas were a steady part of the group's agenda. In the spring, the UCLU prepared to meet the challenge of educating the university community on such topics as drug testing and the continuing problem of race discrimination. E FRONT ROW: Diane Parker. Nancy Capps. Michaela Clarke. SECOND ROW: David Seid. E.Scrf Polikov, John Denier Jr. BACK ROW: John L. Williams. Craig F. Kulhanck. J.B. Gsangcr. George Bradford. 54 — University Civil Liberties UnionWOMEN’S LAW CAUCUS The Women's Law Caucus (WLC), composed of sixty men and women, continued its traditions of bringing speakers to the law school, pressing the administration to hire more women and minority faculty, and providing a dazzling skit in Assault and Flattery. It also provided its members an occasional ex- cuse to neglect their studies and drink beer. Members of WLC once again sold T-shirts designed by Sam Hurt (author of the comic strip “F.ye-Beam") inorderto raise money for local charities, and they started some entirely new projects. First year members had second and third year “buddies” who helped them survive their first semester at the law school relatively unscathed. The Caucus also urged the UT Foundation to solicit funds for a faculty chair for a woman professor, and around election time the Caucus held voter registration drives at the law school. t FRONT ROW: Frances Kilborne, Jill Dosilc, Laurie Eiserloh, Elaine Allan, Vianei lx pez, Leslie Menchcs. Annctie Davis. Michacla Clarke. Amanda Clarke. SECOND ROW: Jean Wagner-Rosenblau, Chris Edwards. Carol Burditi. Monica Freeman-Brennan. Angela Melina Raab, Suzanne Wes-tcrheim, Bridgeue Sopper. Ann Montgomery, Lea Swaim, Teresa L. Todd, Olga Johnson. THIRD ROW: Laura (k uld, Suzic Chauvin. John Duer. Chris Hannah, Diane O’Brien, Margaret Menicueci, Laura Messina. BACK ROW: Julie Pleasants, Carolyn Starr, Juanita Vasquez, Danielle F. Knight, Stephanie C. Vassallo, Liz Lambert. Women's Law Caucus — 55PEREGRINUS Wow! We survived! Through rain, sleet, snow and broken bones, we managed to produce the 1989 Peregrinus . This has been an interesting year for the Peregrinus. Since the Co-Editors, Edward Robinson and Michael Jewell, did not take on this task until October, the schedule for production posed difficulties from the start. However, through the help of Jerry Thompson and Mary Felps, what at first appeared an insurmountable task proved to be only a very difficult project. Without Jerry’s and Mary’s help, the 1989 Peregrinus would not be with us today. While the book demanded much time and effort of everyone involved, it was rewarding as well. We all learned a great deal about the law school and hope that through our efforts, we have managed to capture some of the spirit and activity which makes the UT School of Law one of the best in the nation. Staff members David Ort, Mark Nair, Darren Groce and Richard Molinero. Peregrinus Co-F.ditors Michael Jewell and F.dward Robinson. Yearbook supervisor Jerry Thompson and his assistant. ■ 1 . Felps. 56 — Peregrinust NEW AROUND TOWNES Thu year saw the addition of the law school's new information desk, hotel-style. BOTTOM: New Westlaw terminals were also added, capable of thurning out search results at twice the speed of their predecessors. New Around Townes — 57— FacultyFACULTY “With his long pointed beak, he delves into the intracacies of the relevant and the irrelevant for the Truth ' Faculty — 59ADMINISTRATION William Cunningham, President. The University of Texas at Austin. B A.. M B.A.. Ph.l). Michigan State. Mark G. Yudof, Dean of the School of Law James A F.lktns Centennial Chair in Law. Contracts. Educational Policy and the Law, Constitutional Law. B A.. J.D.. Pennsylvania. Olin Guy Wellborn III, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. William C. Liedtke, Sr. Professor. Evidence. A.B..J.D., Harvard. M. Michael Sharlot, Associate Dean for Academic Affairs. Wright C. Morrow Professor of Criminal Law. Criminal Law, Evidence. B.A. Antioch, LL.B. Harvard. 60 — Administration II Ilf till IJulius Getman, Associate Dean for Faculty Research Fail F.. Sheffield Regents Chair in l.aw. La-bor. F.mployment Discrimination. Legal F.ducation. B A, City College of New Vork: J.D.. LL.M., liar-card. Joy Segars, Assistant Dean for Admissions and Placement. B.S.. M.S. Florida State; J.D., Texas. Administration — 61FACULTY Barbara Aldavc, Joe A. Worsham Centennial Professorship. Business Associations. Constitutional Law. Securities Regulation. B.S., Stanford; J.D.. California at Berkeley. David Anderaon, Thompson and Knight Centennial Professor. Torts. Communications Torts. Mass Communication Law. A.B.. Harvard; J.D., Texas. Alex Albright, a former partner in the Dallas firm of Thompson and Knight, joined the faculty of the School of Law-in the fall. Harold Bruff testified before Congress in the spring and summer and spoke at the Washington, D.C., colloguy entitled “The Aftermath of Morrison v. Olson; What Remains of Executive Perogative?" Alex Albright, Professor. Texas Civil Procedure B.A.. University of the South. J.D.. Texas. 62 — FacultyPhilip Bobbitt, Professor. Constitutional Law, National Security Policy. A.B., Princeton: J.D., Yale; Ph.D., Oxford. Richard V. Barndt, Professor. Marital Property Rights, Legislation, Local Government. B.S.L.. LL.B.. Utah. Hans W. Baade, Hugh Lamar Stone Chair in Civil Law. Conflicts, Comparative Law, International Transactions. A.B. Syracuse; J.D., Kiel (Germany); LL.R.. I.L.M.. Duke: Diploma, The Hague Academy of International Law. Harold H. Bruff, Thompson and Knight Centennial Professor in Law. Administrative Law, Constitutional Law. B.A.. Williams College: J.D., Harvard. Faculty — 63FACULTY George E. Dix, Vinson and Elkins Professor of Law. Criminal Investigation. Texas Criminal Procedure. Law and Psychology. B.S..J.D., Wisconsin. Joseph M. Dodge, William H. Francis. Jr. Professorship. Federal Income Tax. Wills and Estates. Wills. Trusts and Estate Planning. B.A., LL.B.. Harvard; LL.M., New York University. Robert O. Dawson, Judge Benjamin Harrison Powell Professor of Law. Criminal Law. Criminal Denfese Clinic. B.A.. Missouri; LL.B. Washington University; S.J.D.. Wisconsin. Michael J. Churgin, Professor. Criminal Prosecution. Criminal Law. Immigration and Naturalization. A.B.. Brown;J.D.. Yale. 64 — Faculty John S. Dzienkowski, Professor. Professional Responsibility. Taxation of Natural Resources. International Knergy Transactions. Miami: J.D.. Texas. Mark P. Gergen, Assistant Professor. Federal Income l ax. B.A., Yale; J.D., Chicago. John Dzienkowski joined the faculty of the School of Law in the fall. Brian Garner’s A Dictionary of Modern Legal Usage won the Book Award Honorable Mention for 1988, presented by the American Society of Writers on Legal Subjects. He also began work as editor-in-chief of the upcoming Oxford Law Dictionary. Bryan A. Garner, Visiting Professor. Director of Oxford Law Dictionary Project. L Faculty — 65FACULTY William W. Gibson, Jr., Sylvan Lan Professor of Law. Insurance. Real Estate Transactions. Real Estate Finance. B.A., LL.B., Texas. Steven Goode, Fulbright and Jaworski Professor of Law. Evidence, Criminal Law. Wills and Estates. B.A.. Williams College: J.D.. Yale. William Gibson was named co chair of the Task Force Committee of Residential Real Estate for 1988-89. He also presented a paper at the Residential Real Estate Symposium in Toronto and served on a State Board of Insurance Advisory Committee reviewing current title insurance coverge. Patrick Hazel took part in the State Bar of Texas Professional Development Program entitled "Preparing and Trying the Automobile Collision Case.” In addition, he was appointed to the Gus M. Hodges Regents Research Professorship in Law for 1988-89. Lino A. Graglia, Rex G. Baker and Edna Heflin Baker Professor in Constitutional Law. Constitutional Law. Antitrust. B.A., City College of New York: LL.B.. Columbia. 66 — FacultyRobert W. Hamilton, Bcnno C. Schmidt Chair in Business Law. Contracts. Business Associations. B.A., Swarthmore: J.D.. Chicago. Patrick Hazel, Director. Tiny Gooch Centennial Professorship in Trial Practice. Gus M. Hodges Regents Research Professorship in Law lor 1988-89. Trial Advocacy. Texas Civil Procedure. S.T.L.. Gregorian University: M.Ed., Loyola University; J.D.. Texas. William Orr Huie, Professor. Marital Property Rights, Oil and Gas. Trusts. B.A., Henderson State: LL.B.. Texas: S.J.P., Harvard. Henry T.C. Hu, Assistant Professor of Law. Business Associations, Securities Regulation, Legal Problems of High Technology Enterprises. B.S., M.A..J.I)., Yale. Faculty — 67FACULTY Calvin Johnson, Arnold. White ami Durkee Centennial Professorship in Law. Tax. B.A., Columbia: J.D., Stanford. Stanley M. Johanson, Fannie Coplin Regents Chair in Law. Wills and Estates. Estate Planning. B.S., Yale; LL.B.. Washington; LL.M., Harvard. W. Page Keecton, W. Page Keeton Chair of Tort Law. Products Liability Seminar. B.A.. LL.B..J.D.. Harvard. Douglas Laycoelt, Alice McKean Young Regents Chair in Law. Remedies. Constitutional Law. B.A.. Michigan State.J.D.. Chicago. 68 — FacultyDouglas Laycock was appointed to the Alice McKean Young Regents Chair in Law during the school year. Calvin Johnson was appointed to a panel of tax attorneys and accountants who will advise the Internal Revenue Service Commissioner in 1989. The panel, known as the Commissioner’s Advisory Croup, will give advice regarding the agency’s policies and procedures and give information about taxpayer’s problems. Page Keeton received recognition by the American Bar Association’s Tort and Insurance Practice Section for his outstanding contributions to the tort and insurance fields of law. He also received the Torch of Liberty Award, given by the Anti-Defamation League in October, 1988. J. Leon Lebowitz, Thomas H. Law Centennial Professorship in L.aw. Business Associations, Securities Regulation, Corporate Finance. B.A.. J.D., Baylor: I.L.M., New York University. Sanford I-evinson, Professor. Professional Responsibility. Constitutional Law. B.S., Duke; Ph.D., Harvard; J.D., Stanford. Christy McCrary, Lecturer, Legal Writing. B.A., M.A., Missouri; J.I)., Texas. Faculty — 69FACULTY Lucas Powe’s 1987 work, American Broadcasting and the First Amendment, was recognized by the Broadcast Education Association as the Electronic Media Book of the Year. The book also earned Professor Powe one of the American Bar Association’s Silver Gavel Awards, awarded to those who encourage fuller public understanding of the law and the legal profession. Roy Mersky was honored for his work by the National Judicial College at its 25th Anniversary Celebration, and he presented a paper to the International Association of Law Librarians Workshop in Sydney, Australia. In addition, Professor Mersky was elected president of the Texas Humanities Alliance. Roy M. Mersky, Hyder Centennial Professor of Law and Director of Research. B.S.. J.D.. M.A.L.S.. Wisconsin. Thomas O. McGarity, William Stamps Farrish Professorship. Administrative Law. F.nvironmental Law. Torts. B.A.. Rice; J.D.. Texas. Lucas “Scot" Powe, Bernard J. Ward Centennial Professorship. Constitutional Law. First Amendment. F.lectronic Mass Media. 70 — FacultyWilliam Power , Jr., Professor. Torts, Products Liability. B.A.. California at Berkeley; J.D., Harvard. David M. Rabban, Vinson and F.lkins Professor. lutbor Law. Higher Education and the Law. B.A.. Wesleyan:J.D., Stanford. Jack Ratliff, Cus M. Hodges Research Professor in Law. Texas Civil Procedure. Advanced Civil Trial. B.A., LL.B.. Texas. Alan Scott Rau, Liddell. Sapp. Zivley and Laboon Professor of Law. Alternate Dispute Resolution. Copyright and Unfair Competition. B.A., LL.B.. Harvard. Faculty— 71FACULTY David W. Robertson, A.W. Walker Centennial Chair in Law. Admiralty, Civil Procedure. B.A.. LL.B.. Louisiana State; LL.M., J.S.D., Yale. Michael P. Rosenthal, Thomas Shelton Maxey Professorship. Juvenile Justice. Law and Aging, Children and the Law. A.B., J.D., Columbia. John J. Sampson, Ben Cardcncr Sewell Professorship. Children’s Rights Clinic. Marital Relations and Divorce. B.B.A.. LL.B., Minnesota. John A. Robertson, Baker and Bolts Pro-fessorshipand AnneCreen Regents Chair in Law for 1988-89. Medicine and Law. Constitutional Law. A.B.. Dartmouth; J.D.. Harvard. 72 — FacultyDavid Robertson was appointed to the A.W. Walker Centennial Chair in Law this year. He also delivered two papers. The first, entitled ’“Forum Non Conveniens in Admiralty,” was presented to Louisiana State University’s conference on maritime law. The second, addressing duty and proximate cause limitations on liability, was presented to the Louisiana Mississippi judicial College. John Robertson was appointed to the Anne Green Regents Chair and took part in the National Institute of Health’s Fetal Tissue Transplantation Research Panel. He also wrote a nationwide newspaper editorial entitled “Fetal Tissue Transplants are Ethical." Bea Ann Smith, Visiting Professor of Law. Marital Relations and Divorce. B.A.. J.D., Texas; M.A.. Brandeis. Ernest E. Smith, Rex G. Baker Centennial Chair in Natural Resources Law. Property. Oil and Gas. B.A.. Southern Methodist University; LL.B., Harvard. Charles Silver, Assistant Professor. Civil Procedure. Remedies. Problems in Litigation. B.A., Florida; M.A.. Chicago; J.D.. Yale. Faculty — 78FACULTY Michael F. Sturley, Assistant Professor. Admiralty. Payment Systems. B.A..J.D.. Yale; B.A., M.A.. Oxford. Michael E. 'I'igar, Thomas Watt Gregory Professor of I.aw. Civil Procedure, Criminal Law II. B.A..J.D.. California at Berkeley. James Treece was an expert in a panel discussion, held at the Texas L.aw Center, regarding free speech and cable television. Louise Weinberg spoke at the Fourth Annual Thomas P. O'Neill Symposium in American Politics, in Boston, and at a national conference on the conflict of laws. Russel Weintraub lectured at a Texas Family l.aw Symposium sponsored by Southern Methodist University and acted as chair of a planning committee addressing conflict of laws issues. John F. Sutton Jr., Professor. Evidence. Professional Responsibility. J.I).. Texas. 74 — FacultyRussell J. Weintraub, John R. Conn,illy Chair in Civil jurisprudence and James K. Dougherty Chair for Faculty Excellence. Conflict of Laws. B.A.. New York University; J.D.. Harvard. Louise Weinberg, Kaylxxirne Thompson Professor of Law. Conflict of Laws, Transnational Litigation. A.B . Cornell; J 1) . Harvard. Faculty — 75FACULTY Zipporah B. Wiseman, Krafi W. Eidman Centennial Visiting Professor of Law. Payment Systems. Feminism and the Law. B.A.. McGill: LL.B., Yale. Jay L. Westbrook, Andrews and Kurth Professor of Law. Bankruptcy, Secured Credit. B.A., J.D., Texas. This year saw Charles Alan Wright honored with the 1989 Fellows Rcseach Award presented by the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation. He was also elected First Vice President of the American Law Institute and participated as a panel member of the Fourth Circuit Judicial Conference. Panel members discussscd recent Supreme Court decisions. Charles Alan Wright, William B. Bates Chair for the Administration of justice. Constitutional Law, Federal Courts, Supreme Court Seminar. A.B.. Weslavan: LL.B.. Yale. 76 — FacultyFACULTY ON LEAVE Patricia Cain, Professor. Federal Income Taxation. Feminist Legal Theory. Wills and Estates. A.B.. Vassar: J.l).. Georgia. Corwin W. Johnson, Fdward Clark Centennial Professor. Properly, Water Law. land Use Planning. B.A..J.I)., Iowa State. Inga Markovits, Morris and Rita Allas Family Centennial Professorship. Socialist Law. Children and the Law, Martial Relations and Divorce. Dr. Jur.. Free Universit) (Germany): I.L.M.. Vale. Richard S. Markovits, Marts M« Lean Professor of Law. Law and Rconomics. Constitutional Law. B.A.. Cornell; Ph D., London School of Economics: LL.B., Vale. Edward F. Sherman, Angus G. Wynne Professor of law. Civil Procedure. Complex Litigation. Capital Punishment Clinic. A.B.. Georgetown University; LL.B.. S.J.D.. Harvard. Faculty on Leave — 77STAFF TOP LEFT, MAILROOM : Peggy Callahan. TOP LEFT. CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION: Sonja Swanson. Vickie Spillar. Donna Passons. NOT PlCTt RF.D: Rose Fryar, Kathleen Gately. BOTTOM, MAIN OFFICE : Marie lloepken. Diane Selken. Stella Torrez, Tracie Pollinard. 78 — StaffSTAFF TOP LEFT, SPECIAL EVENTS COORDINATOR: Rhonda Hyatt. TOP RIGHT, DEAN’S ASSISTANTS: Pamela Carillo. Gretchen Woellner, Ademar Chavam. Alla Goodwin. L)inae Wiliams. Alyce Lot I man. MIDDLE LEFT, SCHOLARSHIPS AND LOANS DIRECTOR: Anna Maria Saldana. MIDDLE RIGHT. PLACEMENT OFFICE: Diana Arnold. Jane Deak. Kathy Kiser. Renee Bizzell, Arietta Tompkins. Matt Smith. LEFT, SCHOLARSHIPS AND LOANS STAFF: Vivian Brown. Ken Tague. Yvette Gale Scott. Kristine Wielinski. RIGHT, PRINT SHOP SALES OFFICE: Joe Torres. David Dominguez. Fred Murphy. Staff—79LAW SCHOOL FOUNDATION OFFICERS J. Mark McLaughlin President Morris Atlas Vice President Donald I.. Man Executive Director LIFE MEMBER-TRUSTEES Preston Shirley C la I vest on Elton M. Hydcr. Jr. Fori Worth Mark Martin Dallas J. Mark McLaughlin San Angelo Thomas M. Phillips I louston Tom Scaly Midland David J. Beck I louston George C. Chapman Dallas J. Ghrys Dougherty Austin John L. Estes Dallas Dee L. Kelly Fort Worth Wales IE Madden Jr. Amarillo J. Burleson Smith San Antonio TRUSTEES EMERITUS Charles W. Duke San Antonio Cecil D. Red lord Corpus Christi Morris Atlas McAllen Tom B. RAmcy Jr. Tyler Harry M. Reasoner I louston TRUSTEES B. D. Orgain Beaumont 80 — Law School Foundationalumni association Schuyler B. Marshall IV. Dallas President W. Tom Henson. Tyler President Elect David J. Beck. Houston Immediate Past President Executive Committee W.W. Gibson Jr.. Austin Secretary John W. Fainter Jr., Austin Mark Hart Jr., Fort Worth Jack W. Hawkins, Dallas John Montford, Lubbock Kerry L. Neves. Galveston R. Jo Reser, San Antonio Stanley I). Rosenberg, San Antonio Preston Shirley. Galveston Martha F.. Smiley. Austin Robert Lewis Thompson. Washington D.C Paul J. Van Osselaer, Austin Olin G. Wellborn III, Austin FRON'I ROW: Beverly Scarborough. Anne lereva Watts. Diatrict Director Jimes A. Baker IV. Washington D C. Iloncio I.. Barrera. Brownsville Kathleen F. Bay. Austin Frinci N'eely Beck. Houston John B. Beckworth, Houston 1. Gary Beckworth Jr., Longview Donald W. Bivens, Phoenix Charles L. Black. Abilene James A Boone. Houston P Talmage Boston. Dallas Bill F. Bowers. Fort Worth James R Breckenritlge. New York City William A. Broussard. Austin Mwin F. Buckner Jr.. Marshall Don Busby. Temple C. David Car lock II. Dallas John F. Chapoton. Washington D C. Lynn K. Coleman. Washington D.C. Thomas D. Cordell. Houston Nina Cortell. Dallas Robert C. Crouch. Greenville Kenneth I.. Cutler. Minneapolis Hector DeLeon. Austin John S. D ienkowski. New Orleans W Burrell Flits Jr., Atlanta Jjme L. Frank. Fort Worth Yeakel. Darla Helms. BACK ROW : Donald L. Walter S. Forney. Fort Worth John G. Fullerton, Tulsa Rudy A. Gar a. San Antonio Billy II Gragg. Palestine lwiuraj. Hagen. Chicago J Malcolm Harris, F.l Paso Bradley B. Hawley Jr.. Austin Charles M. Ilornberger. San Antonio J. Michael Joplin, Dallas L. Anthony Joseph Jr.. New York City Dee Kelly Jr.. Fort Worth Harris Kerr. Midland Sue Brooks l.aas. Austin Robert F.. Lapin. Houston Michael H. l.oftin, Amarillo Mario J. Martinez. F.I Past Thomas O. Matlock. McAllen 1). Frederick Micks. Galveston Virginia H. Miller. Philadelphia T. Rush Moody Jr.. Washington D.C. Stephen I. Morris, Las Vegas George J. Nachman. Dallas Scott A. O mun. Austin John II. Pe| er. Dallas Michael W. Perrin. Houston Michael V. Powell. Dallas Mark S. Pulliam, San Diego Hal R. Ray Jr.. Wichita Falls Mau, Christopher S. Record. Sausalito CA John T. Reynolds. San Antonio Alan 1). Rosenthal. Houston Lawrence II. Rubenstein. San Antonio Don Schauer. Corpus Christ i W illiam II. Shibley. Long Beach CA Ronald Shur. Washington D.C. Marianna S. Smith, Washington D.C. Steven L. Smith. Bryan Cassie B. Stinson. Houston Thomas M. Susman. Washington D.C. John F.. Sutton, San Angelo David A. Talbot Jr.. Austin Michael W. Tankersley. Dallas M. Lynn'Taylor, San Antonio Dana L. Timaeus, Beaumont II. F.dward 'Toles III. Dallas William J. Wade. Lubbock John I). White. Houston Michael L. Wolfram. Los Angeles William Xanttopoulos, Miami F.xecutive Director Donald L. Mau Alumni Relations Director Beverly Scarborough 81TARLTON LIBRARY TOP. ADMINISTRATION. 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Melissa Kathryn.............106 Finley. Gregory.................. 30.106 Fischer. John Scent..................106 Fitzpatrick. Suzanne............ 33. 106 Fiur. Kevin...........................29 Flagg, Kathy................ 29. 36. 106 Flannery.John..................... 43.44 Florence. Kiri. Todd.................106 Flores. Ixticia.......................36 Forbis. Nancy J.......................51 Forney. Walter S......................81 Francioni. Francesco..................34 Frank. Janie 1........................81 Frank. Kick Van.......................39 Frederick. DAvid C ...................51 Freeman-Brennan. Monica................55 Friedhofer. Jim................ 21.23.34 Friesenhahn. Kimberly Ann ... 29. 106 Fryar. Rose...........................78 Fuentes. Mary.................... 24. 25 Fullerton. John C.....................81 Gabbay. Len...........................30 Gallant. Corinne Sue.................106 Galvan. Cindy..........................7 Gammell, Bradley Roger................32 Gant, Craig C.................. 30. 106 Garcia. Al............................49 Garcia. David.........................24 Garcia. Elvia.........................24 Garcia. Gabriel......................31 Garcia. Gustavo................ 24. 106 Garcia, leslie................. 31. 106 Carta. Leticia .......................82 Garcia. Rafael Jr....................106 Garcia. Victoria .....................42 Garner. Brian A.......................65 Garnett, Karen.................. 28. 49 Garnett. Rob..........................32 Gary. Jill............................26 Garza. Guillermo......................50 Gar a. Rudy A........................81 Gately. Kathleen......................78 Gel hiser. Virginia................ 7.32 George. Sandra Rebecca...............31 Gerald. Pat...........................23 Gergen. Mark P........................65 Get man. Julius .....................61 Gibson. Bill.........................41 Gibson, William W. Jr.................66 Gibuai. William W.Jr.................81 Gilbert. Charles............... 29. 106 Gill. Ann.............................45 Gilmore. Jim..........................33 Givens. Jon.. 10. 14. 20. 21.23. 34. 42 GoetzeL Dwayne.....................34 Goldstone. John............... 33. 106 Gonsoulin. Dewey Jude Jr...........106 Con ates. Selva....................31 Gon ales. Roxanna.............. 24. 99 Gonzales, Veronica.................31 Gonzalez. Don ......................32 Gonzalez.Juan................. 24. 106 Goode. Steven ......................66 Goodrich. Frank Edward.............106 Goodson. Kristen Coe...............106 Goodwin, Alla......................79 Gould, I.aura ............. 31.55. 106 Grace. Phebe Michelle..............106 Gragg. Billy II....................81 Craglia. Lino A.Jr............. 18. 66 Craves. Jeflery Lawrence...........106 Gray. Christine.....................33 Gray. Frin-Lee Elizabeth...........106 Green. Debra.............. 32. 53. 106 Greer. Doug.........................31 Griffin. Barbara....................53 Griffith. Doug......................42 Griver. Ycuv................... 31. 34 Groce, tfarren ..... 3. 28. 32. 56. 107 Gsanger. J.B........................54 Guerra. Joseph Michael ............107 Guerrero. Debra........... 33. 36. 107 Guillory. David................ 20. 23 Gunderson. Kay......................33 Gunn. David.........................83 H Hagen. IjiuraJ.....................81 llagin. Ixslie ....................32 Hahn. Nancy .......................47 Haight. Katherine Witt........ 33.107 Hall. Amy..................... 38. 50 Hall. Howard........................47 Haltom. Jenifer.....................27 Hamilton. Debra....................21 Hamilton. Deena ...................31 Hamilton. Melissa...................37 Hamilton. Robert W..................67 Hampton. George................. 7. 37 Handley . Mark............... 32. 107 Haney. James Scott............ 30.107 Hanna. Chris .................. 31.55 I tanner. Karl Tiger ......... 30.107 Hardin. Barry..................20. 42 Hargis. Susan......................31 Hargrove. Danielle........... 53. 107 Harris, J. Malcolm ................81 Harris. Matt ......................61 Harnsoo. F.mily F.vans............107 Hart. Kevin..........................7 Hart. Mark Jr......................81 Hartman. Gary......................82 Hassett. Dan........................41 Hawkins, Jack W....................81 Hawley. Bradley B.Jr...............81 Hayes. Scott.......................49 Haynes. Doug.......................32 Hazel. Patrick................. 66.67 Heath. Rachel Elizabeth...........107 Heilbrun. Mark......................42 Heinemeyer. Chris..................49 Heller. Mark.......................28 I lelmcamp. Carrie Denise.........107 Helms. Darla J.....................81 Henington. David II................52 Henley. Harold Hudson.............107 Henson. W. Tom.....................81 lientges. Harlan.............. 31,107 Herrera. Lawrence..................24 Hesse. Greg .......................26 Hicks. Jerry......................107 llilmy. Stephen....................33 Hilton, lawrence..............29. 107 Hinchman. Carrie...................49 Hlavinka. Jon......................45 lllasinka. Sarah ..................47 I lodsden. Stephen ................31 llocpkcn. Marie....................78 Holfman. Shellie...................36 Hogan. I.isa.......................23 Holcomb. Clay......................41 Hollingsworth. Dana................27 Hollis. James N....................51 Holmes. Mark.................. 32.107 Holier. Lydia Wright..............107 Hoogendam, Michelle................47 llootrn, Duke F....................42 Hopkins. Natalie............... 31.34 Horan, Barbara ....................36 I lurk. Mark.......................42 Hornlierger. Charles M.............81 Horwitz, Phil .....................32 llotle. Randel Keith..............107 Howard. Bradley ...................30 llu. Henry T.C.....................67 Hudson. David................. 39. 47 Hueske. Neal .................. 28.31 Huff. Pamela Betty................107 Hughes. Joby.......................47 Hugley. David..... 33.34.43.45.107 lluir. William Orr ............ 12.67 Humphries. Patrick .................3 Hyatt. Rhonda......................79 Hyder. F.lton M. Jr.................80 I Isola. Sandra Lynne..... 33. 34. 107 J Jackson. George 31. 107 Jarb. Anita . . . 28. 32. 107 Jammer. Brian 53. 107 Jaworski. Joe 23 Jaworski. Joseph S 30. 107 J rJ» Jellrcy. Julia 45.44 Jenks. Maxine 29 Jewell. Michael 3.56 Johanxon. Stanley M. 68 Johnson. Beth 49 Johnson. Calvin 68 Johnson. Camille 31 Johnson, Qwwin W. . . . 77 Johnson. Ethel 53. 107 Johnson. Olga 53.55 Johnson. Stephen 32 Johnson. Calvin 69 Johnston. Dave 41 Johnston. David 33 Jones. Donna 33. 107 Jones. Renee . . . 50. 53. 107 Jones. Suzette 53 Joplin. J. Michael 81 Jordan. Creg 49 Jordan. Stacy .................. 27. 40 Joseph. L. Anthony Jr................81 Junkin. Fred.........................52 Junkin. Frederick D..................51 K Kavanaugh, David ............... 27. 34 Keel. Patrick 0......................37 Keeton. W. Page..................68. 69 Kelley. Charles............... 32. 107 Kelly. Dee L. Jr................ 80.81 Kelly. Peter.........................49 Kelm. Julie..........................36 Kerr. Harris........................81 Kickham. Gabrielle...................42 Kilborne. Frances................42. 55 Kimball. Dale................... 24. 49 Kimbrough. Kelly.................30.107 King. Alice Louise..................108 Kirk. Ana............................24 Kirk. Chris..........................33 Kirk, James Christopher.............108 Kirk. Valerie........................29 Kiser, Kathy.........................79 Klein. Deb ..........................40 Klinger, David A.....................42 Knight. Danielle................ 38. 55 Knoeckel. Mary Ann ........ 32. 34. 108 Kramer. James Neil..................108 Kring. Linda.........................50 Kroger. Bill .................... 31.47 Kronfeld. Alice........ 30. 43. 45. 108 Ksteinberg. Faith....................26 Kugler. Brent........................31 Kuhns. Robert Alfred................108 Kulhanek. Craig F....................54 Kulhavy. Joe.........................27 Kyle. Matt...........................31 L laas. Sue Brooks ....................81 laird. Richard ................ 53. 108 I jmbert, Liz........................55 I Hindis. Bev........................41 l-apin. Robert F.....................81 laughlin. MarkC......................29 laiursen. lasa................. 32, 108 laViollette. laura...................36 Lawrence. Bill........................30 laycock. Douglas................ 68. 69 l-aylield. I- De-Wayne................52 Ic-bowitz. J. Leon...................69 I-re. ShirdHI........................24 l.eFlorr. Byron................... 41.42 LrCetti. Caroline.....................49 Ixggett. I tsdy................... 36.42 Ixnnartson. Cindy.....................83 Ixnser. Jeffrey Marc.................108 Leva. Carey....................... 37.39 Ixvin. Cindy......................20.21 Levinson. Sanford.....................69 Levitt. Michelle................ 29. 108 Lewis, Beata................ 28, 34. 108 Lewis. Randall Scott.............31. 108 Lewis. Sarah Hlavinka ...............31 Lin. Steven...........................30 Lindsay. Donald F.ugrnc... SI. 38. 108 l.insenmayer. Bryce David............108 Index — 117lapsey. Gwen Livingston. Dana C. . . 52 Lot heed. Alicia 30. 108 taiflm. Michael II. . . . lx Kono, Joseph II .. long. Lance 29. 108 toper. Vianet 29. 38. 55. 108 Tollman. Alyte laivelacr. James R. ... l iwe. Phil Lugo. Annabel 24.31. 108 Lurie, l-eslie Lutz. Martin 49 M Matdowell. Kendrick 23 Maczka. Chris 31 Madden. Wale II. Jr 80 Magee. Nanneska Nall . ... Malik. Rita S3 Manioc. Allium Marcus, Theodore C 29. 33. 108 Markov its. Inga 77 Markov it . Richard S 77 Markum. Erica 53 Marlett. David Robert 108 Marley. Ann 7.32 Marquis, lata 32. 108 Marsch. Darryl Ray 108 Marshall. Schuyler B IV' . . 81 Marter. Skip 20.52 Martin. Jack 37 Martin. Janet 53 Martin. Kenneth r.3 Martin. Mark 80 Martin. Paul 32 Martinez. Gilbert 24.32. 108 Martinez. ManoJ 81 Martinez. Nereyda Morale 24 Masse . Rala 50 Mathevm. Scott Hillman .. 108 Matlo k. Thomas O 81 Matnum. Gene 32 Mau. Donald I . . . . 80. 81 Mau. Donald I 80 Mauro. Gary 39 Mayes. Robert 20.21 May lie Id. Fd 42 McAdams. Natalie 49 McAfee, I jura K 108 Me Bath. Tom 27 McCarter. Kevin 32 McClain. Scott 26 McClellan. Dudley 32 McCormick. John 53 McCormick. Robert . .. 29. 108 McCrary. Christy 69 Me Dade. Marsha 47 McDonald. Scott 32 McFarland, Grant SI. 108 McGamy. Thomas O 70 McGee. Nan 33 Me I Jin. Kerry 36 McLaughlin. J. Mark 80 McLeod. John 53 McMahan. Dan . . . 29. I0H McMahon. Melissa . . . 30. 108 McMurtry. Robert James . . . . . 29. 109 Meaders. Kurt . . . 32. 109 Mecom. Jell rey Scott ... 32.109 Medina. Dvann ... 33.109 Meisgeier, Steve 47 Melton. Judy 49 Mencher. t-eslie.....28. S3. 33. 109 MrniciKci. Mirprrt.............. .33 Merbeth. Ru ell............ 33. 109 Mrrriil. Shelly l)mw.............109 Mrrsky. Roy M................. 70,82 Mnum. ljura.................. 33. 109 Metni. Alan.......................31 Mick . D. Frederick...............81 Miller. Marie.....................34 Miller. Mark Wayne................109 Miller. Peter.....................42 Miller. SuMtt.....................109 Miller. Virginia II ............. 81 Mitliken. Tamara............ 34. 109 Modeteil. Jack....................SO Molinar.John................... 3.32 Molinero. Richard ................36 Montague. Farl John..............109 MoMrmayor. Ruben...................39 Morufnrd. John T..................81 Montgomery. Ann............ 30.33.109 Moody. T. Ruth Jr................ 81 Moore. Dave.......................32 Moore. David Chriuopher..........109 Moore. Jeanne.....................83 Moore. Kirkmichael................26 Moore. Mark ............ 21.23.34.39 Morale . Cynthia............. 33.109 Moreno. Pierrette..................82 Morgan. Eric......................27 Moroney. Kan.......................49 Morris. Stephen t-................81 Morrison. Greg............ 23. 43. 44 Morton. Nancy................ 32. 110 Mon, Ronnie Howard ........... 32.110 Moultrie. Richard............. 30. 53 Mucchetli. Michael............ 23. 42 Mukherjee. Mnti ..................110 Mullen. Su anne....................83 Munn.John David.............. 29. I 10 Munoz. Ale ........................36 Murph . Fred.......................79 Murphy. Susan......................42 Murray. Charles.....................3 N Nachman. George J.................81 Nair. Mark................. 3. 32. 36 Napoli. Mkhael Douglas...........110 Neve . Kerry l_ ..................81 New. Charlortte Faye........ 30. 110 Newar. Scott.......................49 Nichols. Cnvelon.............. 53.110 Nichotv. Ericjame Roy............51 Niemeyer. Paul.....................32 Noecker. land lee................110 Norm. Kelli................. 30. 110 Northcutt. David ..................36 Nugent-Anderton. Kim.......... 23. 42 N'ugent-Andervon. King............21 O O'Brien. Diane........... S3. 53. 110 Odom. Al....................... 14.23 Oellien. Annie.....................39 Oevterhauv. Henning................49 Ohlandt. Katherine ........... 33.110 Olden. Kathleen....................14 Oneal, Lauren Glare..................HO Opel. W. Glen.......................32 Orgain. B.D...................... .80 On. David ................... 39.42.56 Ortiz. Mary......................... Ossrlaier. Paul J...................81 t Kvenfort. Fllen............... 3. 44 O mun. Scott A......................81 P Palmer. Lisa Jean McNair.............110 Papermauer. Dan....................... 9 Parker. Diane.........................54 Parkinson, Kim.....................37.49 Park . Melina Jo......................HO Pascal. Larry Bonilitce...............HO Pave ha I. Robert Clegg Jr...........102 Pawom. Donna..........................78 Pearvon.Jod........................31.47 Peper.John II........................81 Perdue. Mark Douglav..................HO Perkinv. laura........................39 Perrin. Michael W....................81 Peter . Michael Thoma .......... 31. 110 Peter on. Kirk .......................36 Pettigrew. Ariaiu Michel...............3 Petty. Krivta Lynn ...................HO Philip . Cyndi ......................31 Phillip . Greg........................53 Phillip . Sandra......................53 Phillip . Thoma M....................80 Pinker. Frk W.........................32 Pinvon. Pablo.........................HO Pittman. A. Nick............ 30. 53. 110 Pivateau. Geofl rey...................49 Plamp. Lydia..........................47 Piaut. David 1.......................51 Pleavant . Julie............. 24.53. 110 Plummer. Noel........... 32. 38. 53, 110 Pohkov.F. Scott.......................34 Pollinard. I racie....................78 Poltox, Ro y.........................31 Polma. Geofl rey................. 26.51 Pomerleau. Lilo.......................38 Povey. Kim............................53 Pothitaki . Nichola George..........110 Powe. Lucas A. Jr.....................70 Powell. Albert........................33 Powell. Michael V....................81 Power . William Jr...................71 Prather, laura........................31 Pr alter. Jon.........................83 Prevovt. Robert Ward........... 36. I 10 Pricked. Christopher lane.............HO Proctol. Kristin.....................31 Pulliam. Mark S......................81 Q Quail, tai.............49 Quigly. Brian..........82 R Raab. Angela Melina............ 29. 55 Rabban. David M....................71 Rae. David ......................... 7 Rambi . Kurt ....................... 0 Ramey. Torn B. Jr...................80 Rammgton. John .....................83 Ramirez. Yvonne....................81 Ramon. Maria Mena..................24 Ramon. Mena................... -18. H Ratmey.Jennifer ............... 30,110 Rangel. Martha................ 32. 110 Rat lilt. Jack........ 14.15.21.23.71 Rau. Alan Scott ...................71 Ravkind. Lauren................. 26.42 Ray. Doug...........................26 Ray. Hal R.Jr......................81 Read. David Christian...............HO Reagan. Belinda.................... 2 Ream. l.ea Ann......................HO Reatoner. Harry M...................80 Real. Marianne................. 49. 50 Record. Chmtophrr S................81 Redford. Cecil D....................80 Reed. Gregory Lenn..................32 Reeder. Chriv.......................15 Reeve . Meg.........................86 Reid. Russell......................-12 Renteria. Norma.....................24 Revender. John................. 31,111 Re er. R.Jo........................81 Reyna. Cindy.......................31 Reynold . John T...................81 Richard . Dave...................... 9 Ritzen. Bruce.......................19 Roach. Lonnie.......................32 Robert , l ed ................ S3. 111 Robertson. David W............. 72. 73 Robertson, John A............... 72.73 Robinton. Fdward................... 3. 56 Robanton. Marlyn....................83 Roby. Scott................... 30. 111 Rodriguez. David.............. 24. 111 Roger . Flizabrth...................S3 Roper. Tiffany................ 33. I 11 Rosenberg. Stanley D...............81 Rosenthal. Alan D..................81 Sampson. John J.....................72 Ross. 'Tina.........................29 Rossi. Mary.........................37 Rubemtein. Lawreme II..............81 Rubey. Bonnie.......................83 Ruiz. Fliteo III..................Ill Rumbaut. Carmen.....................38 Rusney. Fdward Wallace III---- 33.36. I II Rutherford. Keith...................80 Rutledge. Lisa......................86 Rutledge. RKk.......................36 Ryan. Dawn V........................52 Ryan, Ijrry ........................86 s Sachnik. Gregory John.............I H Saldana. Anna Maria................79 Sampson. John J....................72 Sanchez. Rudy .....................24 Sands. Jell rey K.......... 34.53.111 Sauiedo. Elizabeth.................83 Sava . Michael Christian..........Ill Scarborough. Beverly A.............81 Schauer. Don.......................81 St hexnaydrr. Marty................30 Schuvo. lava................... 26.51 118 — IndexSchlenker. Wes................... 33.56 Schmidt. Bob.................. 45. 44 Schneider. Kristi....................27 Schorn. Paul.........................58 Schwambach. John Carl...............Ill Schymik. Holly.......................47 Sco«. Kimberley Anne...........55. 111 Scott. Yvette Gale...................79 Sealy. Tom...........................80 Searcy. Mary.........................50 Sebesta. Emilie Ann........... 52. 111 Segarvjoy............................61 Segura. Manuela......................82 Seri. David................... 27. 40. 54 Selken. Diane........................78 Shariot. M. Michael..................60 Shark . Sarah................ 28.52.111 Sharp. Phillip.......................42 Shelton. Tom.........................56 Shepherd. Wendell P..................55 Sherman, Edward F....................77 Shibley. William H...................81 Shirley. Preston................. 80.81 Shukan, David ................... 21.25 Shur. Ronald ........................81 Siddons. Scott.......................51 Sifuentes. Ana ............... 24. 25 Sigel. Doug..........................51 Silver. Char lev ....................75 Simoni. Chris........................85 Simoits. Doyle.......................42 Simpson.Cliff........................49 Simpson. Michael.............. 52. 111 Sinclair. Linda .....................21 Slater. Robin........................SI Smiley. Martha E.....................81 Smith. Bea Ann ......................75 Smith. Becky................... 7. 55. 111 Smith. Brad .........................51 Smith, Clayton................ 27. 4 I Smith.Cynthia................. 55. 111 Smith. Ernest E......................75 Smith. J. Burleson...................80 Smith. Jon...........................52 Smith. Kim.................... 52. 54 Smith. Marianna S....................81 Smith. Matt..........................79 Smith. Michael Gordon ..............Ill Smith. Steven L......................81 Smith. Steve Spears..................52 Smits. Pete..........................49 Snyder. Ellen .......................26 Solomon, Paul........................47 Sopper. Bridgette............. 27. 55 So a. Robert..................... 24.25 Sparks. Dana Raye...................Ill Spears. Franklin.....................59 Spears. Gene.........................50 Spector. Sara .......................47 Spencer. Alfred III.............. 20.42 Spencer. Merritt.............. 52. 11 I Spencer. Warren J...................Ill Spillar. Vickie......................78 Spiller,John ................... 29,111 Sprung. Belinda......................52 Staff. Dana..........................28 Slagg. Dana .........................SI Stahl. Brent ........................27 Stampen. Kristine....................40 Starr. Carolyn................ 58. 55 Stewart. Pam ........................49 Stewart. Roger................ 32. 111 Stewart. Thomas Henger Jr...........Ill Stinson. Cassie B....................81 Stone. Paul..........................54 Stone. Ralph.........................42 Stone. Roland Paul..................Ill Stradling. Barbara .................29 Strand. Barbara ....................21 Strawbrich. Robert Cliflord . .. 30. 11 I Sturley. Michael F..................74 Sluth. Karen........................10 Sullivan. Rosemary..................23 Sun. WenLong.......................Ill Surratt. Stephanie D............... 30 Susana. Sean.........................9 Susman. Thomas M....................81 Sutton. John F......................81 Sutton. John F. Jr..................74 Swain. Tiffany Lea............ 55. 111 Swanson. Sonja......................78 Swenson. Linda......................49 Swtnney. Janna Jo . .......... 36. 49 Sjatay. Barbara.....................S3 Tague, Ken........................79 Talbot. David A. Jr...............81 TaKavera. Nancy Ann..........SI. 111 Tankersley. Michael W.............81 Tarpey. Mary......................49 Tate. James Phillip............. SI. Ill Taylor. Bill......................38 Taylor. M. Lynn...................81 Taylor. Timothy Eugene...........112 Taylor. Walter.............. 14. 25 Teixeira. Francis .................3 Tempesta. John . 56 Temple. John Lawrence............112 Then. Patncia Fllen .. ..... 32. 112 Thetlord. Chris...................32 Thomas. Jennifer Kathleen ........39 Thomas. Steve .................. 49 Thompson. Jerry R................ 3. 56 Thompson. Robert Lewis............81 Thorne. Jeff......................38 Thorup. Matt.......................7 Tigar. Michael E........... 10.54.74 Till Watts. Kathy.................82 Timacus, Dana L...................81 Tinsley. Robyn....................SI Todack. Nicole Ann.......... 29. 112 Todd. Teresa L........... 30.55. 112 Toles. H. Edward III..............81 Tompkins. Arietta.................79 Toothaker. Rick...................33 Torres. Gerald....................24 Torres. Joe.......................79 Torre . Stella....................78 Trecce. James................. 74.75 Trevino. Oscar....................30 Trevino. Toni................27. 28 Tripp. Diane.............. 28.33.112 Tucker. Margaret..................50 Turner. Penny............. 32.34.112 Tutt. Charlesjosephjr............112 Tuttle. Joane ....................29 Tuttle. John David...............112 Tyan. Tim.........................31 Tyler. Patrick Howard............112 Tyson. Lisa.......................50 Vadnait, Nikki......................3' Valadez. Mary Nelda ................24 Valle. Richard............ 24. 29. 112 VanFrank, Richard W.................59 VanStralen. Alan R.............. 40.42 Varney. Lana........................23 Vasque . Juanita....................55 Vassallo. Stephanie C......... 55. 112 Vela. Flva................. 24.29. 112 Vickers. Kale............... 32.34.112 Vickery.Jim.........................42 Vrilak. Jeanette Mary.......... 31.112 Vogel.John...................... 31.47 Voudris. Stephan 1.................112 W Wade. WilliamJ.....................81 WadleT. Michael....................55 Wagner-Rosenblat. Jean......... 58.55 Walker. Leslie.....................42 Walker. Mark................. 28. 50 Walker. Stanley M..................75 Walker. Tami Leane........... 27. 41 Walker. Weslynn ...................53 Wallace. Wendy.....................SI Walravrn. Larry....................26 Walsh. Thomas......... 29. 34. 56. 112 Walters. Bradlcigh........... 45. 44 Walters. Mark......................SI Wahher. Jell.......................31 Wambvganw. Andrew lee.............112 Ward. Devon Dane..................112 Ward. Elizabeth Ellen.............112 Ware. Laure........................31 Warner. Margaret...................85 Washecka. Barbara .................82 Waterhouse. Kimberley Kaye........112 Waters. John.......................40 Watson. Tex........................40 Watson. Tim........................42 Watts. Mikal.......... 14.20.21.23.54 Watts. Teresa B....................81 Webb. Kimberly June...............112 W'ebking, Catherine Jean..........112 Webre. Jane.................... 14.23 Weems. JelTry D....................52 Weinberg. Louise...................74 Weinberg. Louise...................75 Weinberger. Charles................40 Wcmtraub. Russel J........... 74. 75 Weisman. David.....................47 Weiss. Susan................. SO. 112 Wellborn. Olin Guy III ........ 60.81 Wells. Bret .......................42 Wendt. Dianne .............. SO. 112 Westbrook. Jay L............. 54. 76 Westerheim. Suzanne.......... 55. 112 Wheeler. Carla Leigh..............112 Whitaker. Andrew...................29 White. John D......................81 White. Ken..........................5 White. Susan................... 28.49 W'hitehorn. Dianne Elaine.........112 Wielinski. Kristine................79 Wiener. Gary.................. 21.25 Wilcoct. Paul......................55 W’iicnuck. Marc B........ 31.34. 112 W ilke. Rich.......................52 Wilkie. Richard J.................112 Wilkinson. Alanna..................53 Wilkinson. George 0.......... 29. I IS W'ille. Leslie.....................50 Williams. Diane....................79 Williams. Fllen Claire...........'I’ Williams. Francis............... S3 Williams. John ............ 27.40.54 Williams. Richard.................32 Williamson.John ..................4® Willis. Cecilia...................53 Wilson. Michael Craig........ 29.113 Wiseman. Zipporah B. .. ..........76 Woellner. Grecchen................79 Wolf. Laura.................. 32. I IS Wolfram. Michael 1................81 Womack. James M...................53 Womack. Mark......................32 Wood. David A.....................51 Wright. Charles Alan..............76 Wright. James.....................49 Wright. Louis......................7 Wroblewski. Michael ..............31 Wurst. Leslie................ 33. 113 Wynne. Wreno......................34 X Xanttopoulos. William...81 Y Yang. Christine lleekyong.....IIS Yeakel. Anne R.................81 York. Christy..................36 Yost. Paula............... 31.115 Young. Stephen.................85 Yowell. Maggie.................42 Yudof. 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