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1992 PEREGRINUS The University of Texas School of Law Volume 42 Austin, Texas Table of Townes Hall Tales............2 Organizations...............22 Students....................52 Contents Faculty........................88 Staff..........................106 Index..........................1141992 PEREGRINUS STAFF Jay Aldis Editor-in-chief Contributing Photographers Laura Parchman Contributing Editor Jack Plunkett Photographer Jerry R. Thompson Supervisor of Yearbooks Mary Felps Yearbook Assistant Clayton Brantly Darkroom Foreman Holly Blanda Raymond Chow Matt Doubleday Ron Florence Carlos Flores Richard Goebel Rebecca Gonzales Tim Harms Sonija Jackson Steve Kopp Dan Milnor Kyle Roehrig Pat Sison Alicia Wagner 2—1992 PcrcfjrinusTOWNES HALL TALES •SsV. ‘T'vf a;: ■. ■. ’ .. IvS.flh 1992 PcrcgrinujSchool of Law Receives Gumpert Award for Excellence in Teaching Trial Advocacy In the classroom and the courtroom, the School of Law offers students comprehensive hands-on program of trial advocacy and clinical experience. Each week students perform exercises that cover every aspect of a trial, from jury selection through closing arguments. For these efforts, the UT law school has received the 1991 Emil Gumpert Award for excellence in teaching trial advocacy. The award is presented annually to a U.S. or Canadian law school with programs in trial advocacy "worthy of special recognition. “The international award, which carries a $25,000 prize, was presented to the law school on Sept. 20 by the American College of Trial Lawyers. Sixteen years ago. Professor Pat Hazel began teaching 24 law students how to try a case before a jury. His trial tactics course has grown and today more than 200 students a year pass directly or indirectly through Hazel’s hands. "Hazel has single-handedly-created a modern trial advocacy program.” said Mark G. Yudof. dean of the School of Law. “He has built this program to the point where it is the single most desired offering in our curriculum. More students are influenced by Hazel than is true of any other member of this faculty.” Last year, Hazel received the $5,000 national Richard S. Jacobson Award given by the Roscoe Pound Foundation for excellence in teaching the skills and art of trial advocacy. The basic instruction in trial advocacy at Texas is taught in two courses — Principles (a traditional classroom course) and Skills (which meets in a courtroom in the law building). In the Skills course. Hazel said, law students take a sample case and break it into the parts of a trial-learning direct examination, cross-examination, jury argument, introduction of exhibits and ex- pert witnesses. Each student is required to participate in every exercise either as a lawyer, witness, court reporter or jury member. All exercises are videotaped and critiqued by an instructor or visiting lawyer. The last six weeks of the semester are devoted to mock trials. Topics include child custody, will contest, sexual assault, criminal assault, libel and slander, pharmacy malpractice, medical mal- practice, civil fraud, products liability and worker’s compensation. To prepare for their mock trials. Skills students are allowed to "depose" adverse witnesses and parties. They may also interview witnesses favorable to their client. Whenever possible, the depositions are taken and transcribed at a court-reporting school by students training to be court reporters. Skills students try their cases before a jury composed of local high school students, and a visiting lawyer or judge presides over the mock trial. Volunteer instructors and judges are the cornerstone of Skills and Principles," said Ha- zel. "We teach students how to try a lawsuit no matter what kind of case it is,” Hazel said. "Trial skills are the same for any kind of law. Instead ol leaving the learning of skills to the law firms, we teach students what they will need to practice,” he said. In addition, Hazel has helped develop a nine-day Intensive Trial Advocacy Program, totaling 70 hours of lecture, demonstration and practice. Originally designed for practicing attorneys as part of their legal education, law students are now allowed to fill 32 of the available seats. The program, which is conducted in May, brings in distinguished lawyers and judges from all over th U.S. to serve as faculty for the course. All participants in the intensive trial program perform four times each day in a format similar to Skills. Each performance is criti qued and two performances a day are videotaped and observed. Lectures and demon strations arc conducted each evening. The course culminates with mock trials at the Travis County Courthouse. One of the first students to take the trial advocacy classes in the mid-1970s was Austin attorney David Walter. He now teaches the Skills class on Monday nights. “We try and teach law students the step-by-step process of how a trial works,” said Walter, adding that taking the Skills course was the best decision he ever made in law school. "Today, I serve as a judge on Monday nights, but the real reason I’m here is to make sure the students get up and try the case,” he said. "Sometimes it’s hard to get up and do this, but I’m a firm believer that law students have to learn how to present their case in a manner that is understood whether it’s family law, criminal or personal injury," Walter said. 4 — Trial AdvocacyTrial Advocacy — 5Law School Debates School Financing Public school financing has spurred many debates, but speakers at a UT Law School symposium agreed that Texas is moving in the right direction. "Legislators do deserve a pat on the back. They have moved way down the line since the ’70s,” said Nancy Frank, associate director of the Fxlucation Fxonomic Policy Center. “To solve these problems will take lime.” Numerous topics were discussed during Saturday’s symposium, entitled “Texas Public School Financing: Lessons in Law and Politics”, including the Edgewood vs. Kirby case and judicial requirements of the Legislature to fund public education. “We’re not sure where we’re going or how we are going to get there,” said Texas Land Commissioner Garry Mauro in his keynote address. “We arc here to reach a consensus that satisfies the court and satisfies the Legislature and a consensus which will give us quality education as Texans," Mauro said The school financing debate was sparked in 1989 when the Texas Supreme Court ruled that “glaring disparities” were present between Texas' wealthy and poor school districts. One year later, the court told the Legislature it must have a constitutional plan to fund state schools enacted by Sept. 1, 1991. The new school finance plan creates 180 county education districts, boundaries generally drawn along county lines, each of which will pay a property tax to be set by the state. Property-rich school districts must also give their excess tax revenue to poor districts so that per-student spending equals out. “There arc poor districts and rich districts, we must realize that,” said attorney David Richards. “It doesn’t make sense when one district spends $12,000 per student and another spends only $3,500 per student.” Richards represented the plaintiff in F.dgcwood vs. Kirby. "Despite all the argument about the impact of education on children, these cases are tax arguments. This is basically a tax debate where people arc trying to be treated equal,” said Mark Yudof, dean of the School of Law. Speaking on the judicial funding requirements, Frank said "Nobody is ever quite sure what they are doing. Maybe we haven’t done enough. Maybe we’ve done too much. Basically we are in a quandary.” Consolidation of school districts is perhaps the most difficult issue to face because nobody “wants to lose their school district,” Frank said. Currently, around 60 percent of all students are educated in schools financed below the state average. — Michael McCardel, Daily Texan Staff 6 — Public School Financing DebateNew Perspectives on Women and Violence Over 200 people attended “New Perspectives on Women and Violence,’’ the first annual symposium sponsored by Texas Journal of Women and the Imw , in conjunction with 1'hc University of Texas School of Law, on March 6-7, 1992 at the Charles I. Francis Auditorium. Participants included students, attorneys, professors, police officers, and employees and volunteers of women’s shelters, as well as judges, who enthusiastically discussed the problems and solutions to a topic that effects not only women, but society as a whole. Seventeen speakers from all over the country presented papers on such topics as sexual vi- olence, pornography, domestic violence and child abuse. The keynote address was presented by Dr. Ignore Walker, a psychologist recognized world-wide for her research and expert testimony on the subject of the Battered Women’s Syndrome. Other highlights of the symposium included a multi-media presentation by Assistant Professor Mia Carter of the L'T English Department who, while showing the movie Thelma and Louise, discussed society’s response to women committing violence, as well as other aspects of the film. Also, Philosopher Dr. Rosemarie Tong of Davidson College debated Associate Professor of Law Morrison Torrey of DePaul University School of Law-on the first amendment right to pornography versus the potential harm to women by pornography. The Texas Journal of Women and the Law plans to publish the presentations in a symposium issue in the fall of 1992. Texa Journal of Women and the law Sympouum — 7Are the Federalist Papers relevant in 1992? The Federalist Society’s Eleventh Annual National Symposium on Law and Public Policy: “The Legacy of the Federalist Papers” The Legacy of the Federalist Papers The Federalist has been called the most important work in political science that has ever been written. This symposium investigated the continued relevance to the American legal community of this classical statement of American political theory. The symposium center'd around four panel discussions and a debate. The presenters were pressed to answer both how The Federalist should be interpreted to apply to modern problems, and whether such interpretation is a relevant endeavor. Schedule of Events Friday. February 28. 1992 B. Idcn Payne ITtcatre: Introduction and Opening Remarks Chief Justice Thomas R. Phillips. Supreme Court of Texas Panel One Philosophical Foundations of The Federalist: The Nature of I .aw and the Nature of Man Moderator: Chief Justice Thomas R. Phillips. Supreme Court of Texas Panelists: Prof. Richard A. Epstein. University of Chicago Law School: Prof. Michael S. Moore. University of Iowa law School; Prof. Mary Ann Glendon, Harvard law School Saturday. February 29. 1992 Panel Two To Govern and Be (Governed: The Federalist's Vision of Representative Democracy Moderator: Honorable James L. Ryan. Judge. U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit Panelists: Dean Jesse H. Choper, University of California at Berkeley School of Law; Honorable Frank Easterbrook, Judge. U.S. Court of Appeals for the 7th Circuit; Mr. David Epstein. U.S. Department of Defense; Prof. Jonathan R. Macey, Cornel Law School Panel Three Liberty and Constitutional Architecture Moderator: Honorable James L. Buck-ley. Judge. U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit Panelists: Prof. John S. Baker Jr., Louisiana State University Law Center; Prof. Douglas Laycock. University of Texas School of Law; Prof. Geoffrey P. Miller, University of Chicago Law School Debate The Federalist and the Contemporary Debates on Term Limits Moderator: Honorable Will Garwood, Judge. U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit For: Honorable William Kristol. Chief of StafT. Office of the Vice President Against: Prof. Nelson Polsby, Institute for Governmental Studies. University of California at Berkeley Panel Four The Anti-Federalists after 200 years: Pundits or Prophets? Moderator: The Honorable Edwin Mcese III. 75th U.S. Attorney General and Distinguished Fellow. The Heritage Foundation Panelists: Prof. Akliil R. Amar, Yale Law School: Honorable Charles J. Cooper. Partner, Shaw, Pittman, Potts Trowbridge and former Assistant U.S. Attorney General; Prof. Lino A. Crag-lia. University of Texas School of Law Banquet Awatds Ceremony Law School Atrium 8 — Texas Federalist SocietyTexas Federalist Society — 9Goodwin Retires After 31 Years Things might not run quite as smoothly at the Law School after the end of the 1991-92 school year. Alla Goodwin, Assistant to Dean Mark Yudof, will be retiring after working at the Law School for nearly 31 years. Goodwin “expects a few phone calls” after her departure because of the complexity of the rules and regulations that she has been navigating at the University. Alla Goodwin first began work at the Law School in 1963, “temporarily" filling in for a friend. She wound up with a full-time job with a wide range of changing duties and responsibilities. Goodwin lias been with the University through five deans and numerous changes as the Law School has expanded with an increasing number of faculty and students. From her first job as Assistant to Associate Dean Byron Fullerton working with personnel and continuing legal education, Goodwin gained her first real hands-on experience with the complexities of running the Law School. Now responsible for the budget and paperwork for visiting professors, Goodwin has gained first-hand knowledge of the inside workings of the University’s bureaucratic system. In fact, in a 1988 report in the Townes Hall Notes, Dean Yudof remarked that “it could be said that for the last decade or two, Alla has been the real dean of the Law School.” Alla Goodwin has found the intellectual atmosphere of the I,aw School to "always be interesting, never dull.” Part of the interesting nature of her experiences can be attributed to the fact that the Law School has changed so much since 1963. An extensive remodeling effort, along with growth in the number of students, faculty and staff have made the school a much different place than it was 30 years ago. Goodwin fondly recalled the closeness of the staff when the Law School was much smaller, speaking of how much she enjoyed chatting with friends over coffee in the old staff lounge. The staff was small enough then to play games during lunch hours and Quija board over coffee. Although the increase of staff size has made such activity less frequent now, Goodwin still enjoys being with other long-time staff members such as Anna Saldana and Gwen Anderson. Goodwin has enjoyed the people she worked with on the faculty and staff, citing them as the best part of her job. She said two of her favorite people were her first boss, Byron Fullerton, and Associate Dean of Students T.J. Gibson. Additionally, the deans have “all been wonderful, so friendly.” Goodwin handles the paperwork for visiting professors, and has met quite a few of them in this capacity. She noted, "without exception, they were some of the more interesting people I’ve encountered while working for the Law-School and they were all very impressed with the school and with Austin in general.” Despite being pleased with the people she has met and the atmosphere she has encountered while working at the I .aw School, Goodwin confesses she looks forward to retiring. She plans on spending her time “traveling and enjoying my nine grandchildren.” Goodwin confided that her husband retired five years ago and was eager to have her home. So, while the Law School will surely be a less efficient place after her departure, it has definitely been the better for her skills at organization and she will be sorely missed by faculty and staff alike. — by I Aura Parehman 10 — Alb GoodwinLaw School Faces Tuition Hike Tuition at the UT School of Law may increase next semester in order to fund minority scholarships and offset budget cuts, Dean Mark Yudof said Monday. At a Student Leadership Luncheon last Thursday, Yudof outlined a preliminary plan to law students that would increase in-state tuition by 23 percent and out-of-state tuition by 22 percent. Money from the increase will fund minority scholarships, faculty salary increases and the Tarlton Law Library. “There is nothing formally proposed right now. I wanted to tell the students informally. I didn’t just want to announce an increase without consulting them first,” he said. Michael Sharlot, associate dean in the School of Law, said the proposal would increase Texas-resident tuition from $97 per credit hour to the state-mandated maximum of $120, an increase of about $600 per year per student. Non-resident tuition will increase from $187 per hour to $240, a $ 1,500 per-year per-student increase. By Fran cine Bosco Daily Texan Staff Approximately half of the money from the increase will fund minority scholarships with the rest going to faculty salaries and the law library. Eddy Daniels, a third-year law student, said while he was not against a tuition increase, he opposed allocating extra money to non-need-based minority scholarships. "The argument is: We’ve made a commitment to minority scholarships but generally need isn’t the index. People on financial aid and those on the fringe are going to have to borrow more money or work more to pay for someone with no financial need," he said. Currently, approximately $400,000 is allocated to minority scholarships and $300,000 is used for unreserved scholarships per year, said Daniels, who believes Yudof could cut the proposed increase in half. “Instead, of increasing tuition by $300 they’re increasing it even more. But they’re not giving the money back equally,” he said. “The last time tuition increased it doubled, and of that half went to minority scholarships. What they ended up doing, required students on financial aid to pay more and they redirected it back to non-need minorities,” Daniels added. But Sharlot said the law school needs to make substantial scholarships available in order to increase minority enrollment. "It’s true, especially with black students, that competition for minority recruitment is very fierce. To compete in this national market we need to make these scholarships available,” he said. Sharlot also said the extra tuition is not earmarked solely for non need-based minority scholarships, but is pooled with other money received through donations and will be spent in several ways. n Tuition Hike —Planners Change Celebration Format, Fall Ex-Parte Still a Rousing Success After 16 kegs of beer, and untold bottles of wine, the 600 law students in attendance said the 1991 Fall Ex-Parte was the best in recent memory. While many departing a party after consuming 16 kegs might have reason to say it was great, Mark Wilson thinks their compliments were genuine. The third year Student Bar Association representative said several changes in Ex-Partc’s format added to its success. Out with the Austin Opera House, in with Jazz on the Lake. ‘‘I think we can attribute the big turnout to the change of location,” Wilson said. "Rather than just being in one big room, you could be inside dancing, or outside on the lake.” Entertainment was provided by “Third Language." Wilson, who coordinated the Parte, also said, "the ferry boat ride across to the location added to its novelty." He said, Katherine Gibson. Student Bar Association vice president, could be thanked for the location change. "Jazz on the I.akc just sounded better,” Wilson added. Except for one party-goer who arrived as the Ghost of Elvis, the 1991 Fall Ex-Parte was amended to exclude costumes. “We didn't want to have people running around in costumes in the middle of October." Wilson said. Because frcshlaw memos were due on Oct. 27, the 1991 Fall Ex-Parte was held earlier than usual, on Oct. 18. Although he secs costumes returning to next year's lineup, Wilson found that no one felt the lack thereof detracted from this year’s festivities. “A few people mentioned the fact we didn't have them," Wilson said, "but no one complained about it." Only the Ghost of Elvis seemed the least bit upset about it, but after 16 kegs of beer and all the wine you could drink, he probably wasn't upset for long. 12 — Fall Fx-ParteFall F.x-Parte — 13Quanajuato Exchange Program Q: How long lias the exchange program been around? A: More than 20 years. It’s been in the last two years though that it’s resurged and become a really popular program. Twenty-five people went this year. Q: Where is Quanajuato? A: It's about four hours northwest of Mexico City and is the capital of the state of Guanajuato. Q: How large is their law school? A: It’s significantly smaller than ours. There are only about 100 people per class, but they have a five year program, so it’s about 500 people. Q: How are the people that make the trip selected? A: Flyers are placed around the school in the Fall. We have a first meeting and ask the people who arc interested to sign up. Q: How long is the program? A: We go down there essentially on Spring Break and they come up here on what is their equivalent of Spring Break, which is Easter week. Q: What type of things do you do down there? A: There are lectures we attend which give a brief introduction to Mexican law and their legal system. We also meet with dignitaries, like their mayor and members of their state legislature. Then there’s the cultural aspect of Gua- najuato, which is very picturesque and colonial, so it gives people that don’t have an idea of what Mexico is like a taste of it further than just going to the border. Q: Do you have to speak Spanish to be involved in the program? A: No, not in the least. Of the 25 people who went, eight could speak some level of Spanish. It’s funny, many people learn Spanish while they’re down there. When we go down, we’re housed in the individual Mexican law student’s apartment, so those one-on-one mcctinp really force both sides to learn a little oi the language. Q: How long of a bus ride is it? 14 — Qu.m.ijujto Exchange ProgramA: It’s definitely an ovcr-nighter. But it seems shorter when you cross the border and get a cooler of beer. The social part of the trip involves going out every night. Q: Does the University give any funding? A: The University gives $500, but that only pays for about one-tenth of all the bills. Q: What happens when the Guanajuato students come to Austin? A: We try to return the same type of hospitality we received down there. They’re here for a week, and wc pick up their tab, just like they did for us, for everything from lunch to their bar tab. They also attend some lectures and spend time at the law school to get an introduction to the American legal system. Semester in London Program The Semester in London Program began in the fall of 1987 as an exchange program with the University of London’s Queen Mary and West-field College, one of England's most prestigious law schools. Students have the opportunity to spend a semester in London studying international and comparative law. Additionally, the professorial exchange program allows UT and University of London professors to spend semesters as visiting scholars. The exchange process gets underway nearly a year before the students selected will arrive in London. Each fall, students desiring to enter the program for the following year apply and are selected on the basis of academic performance, academic references and international interests. The SIL program stresses that a semester at the University of London is not a semester-long vacation but a rigorous academic experience. Approximately thirty students arc selected to enter the program for the next fall. Once selected, students may choose from an approved list of courses stressing international and comparative law designed to supplement the normal UT curriculum. Past courses have included such diverse courses as Information Technology Law and Comparative European Law. Students arc graded on a pass fail basis and normally receive 12 hours of credit for five courses. Since most University of London classes are taught on a year-long schedule, courses attended by UT students are designed so that the fall semester of the course comprises a discrete body of material. Participants generally begin class in late September and finish exams a few days before Christmas. The late beginning has allowed many students in the past to begin their semester with travel to various parts of Europe. Students also take advantage of long weekends to sec more of Eng- land and other countries. During the Fall 1989 semester, some students were able to see parts of the Berlin Wall being destroyed. Traveling has given students a different perspective on the study of international law. The excitement of living in the cosmopolitan city of London has also added much to past participants experiences. The University is located within a few minutes of London’s commercial and financial center, affording students with the opportunity to study law in an atmosphere completely different from that of Austin. London is also a legal center for England - past students have been able to meet the Lord Chancellor and visit English courts. According to students, perhaps the best aspect of the program is being able to study international law with students from a wide range of international backgrounds. Students from past semesters have been almost uniformly enthusiastic about the program. Several students from the Fall 1991 semester stated that the program widened their knowledge of the law in a unique way and was one of their best law school experiences. The SIL committee conducts a review of the program each semester and receives few, if any, bad reviews of the experience. In fact, many past participants rank the experience as the most influential aspect of their three years in law school. Without exception, past participants enjoyed their semester abroad and "enthusiastically advised future students to follow their example if possible.’’ Perhaps the best endorsement for the program, beyond just the quality of the University itself, are the returning students overwhelming response to their semester abroad. As one participant stated, "The program is without question an enriching experience for the participants.” Semester in London Program — 15Board of Advocates Mock Trial Competition Carl VT. Wilton Endow'd Fall Novice Mock Trial Competition (Endowed by: Cardrrc k Wynne) Jeff Hair Ic Cathy FoMor Bevt Allocate Cathy Fottev Viol. Hamilton, Koch k knot Endowed Fall Senior Mock Trial Joe Ulte Wtdey Mau Bot Advocate: Joe Little Locke Purnell Rain Harrell Spring Novice Mock Trial David Coale Dav-d llugtn Bet Advocate: Alan McGraw Straabtarger Price Endowed Spring Senior Mock Trial Joe Little Scott Shane. Ben Advocate: Joe Little Aawrican Journal of Criminal Law Criminal Law Mock Trial Debra Alfcme ft Cathy Cramer Beat Advocate: Debra Alfone B.O-A APPELLATE COMPETITIONS Gibb. Ratliff Endowed Fall Moot Court John llama Jeffrey Kaplan Ben Advocate: John Harrtt Ic Greg ■anting Bev Brief: Jeffrey Benr tc Javoti Winfool Suuaan Godfrey Endowed Spring Moot Conn Steve Baughman Ic Robeit Madden Bevt Advocate: Kurt Hamrock Bevt Brief. Jeffrey Benr Ic Javun Winfool I had T. I lute hewn Endowed Fmhlaw Moot Court Competition Section I: Scott Cole Section I: Stuart IVm Section S: Darid McDowell Section f: Jatncv Martinet Section S: Chnatepher L airman B.O.A. ADVOCACY COMPETITIONS Alternative Dvapwte Revolution Competition Marianne Baker It Roa Rcdrigwet Client Couueling Competition Mtvty Theriot It Michelle Tobuv Negotiation. Comprtition MxKcir Parker Ic Racque! Peter INI ERSCHOI-ASTIC TEAMS MOCK TRIAL TEAMS Thelen. Marrin. Joknaon Ic Bridge Iateraeholnatle Mock Trial Tenma Team I National Setnifinalivt Davvd Grow nun Brian Taguneier • Katherine Walter Julia Watvon Team 2 Aaron DePau Cathy FovteT Jeff llale Jennifer Parker Coach Waiter Taylor • Beat Advocate National Mock Trial Team (Endowed by: Joocv. Jonea. Curry Ic Roth) Team 1 Regional Quanerfinaliu Joe Line Scutt Shancv katherute Walterv l«mS Tmu I. Ford Jeff llale Brian Tagtmever Coachea: Beth Scott Ormun ATLA Mock Trial Team Tram I Kegioajl Sth Place Detune Acebo Michael Ramin Sally Star net Julia Wrtion 1 cam 2 Regkwul Setnifinalivt Debt a Alfooc Alan Rarnev Robert Mav Clay SeO Concket: Kandy llowry St Will Collet 1 oanunml of Champion Tenm National Finalitt Tereva 1 Ford Joe Uttle Jorge Sane her Scent Shane. Coachev Beth Ic Scott Ormun 16 — Mock Trial IMoot Court Teams IE JOHN JEFFERS COURTROOM ABA Moot Court To 'Team I Marianne Biker Michelle Finnegan JedKapian Team Jed Jansen • to id Wide Coat be Michael Diehl tc Greg Ellis Bett Advocate « Rcgiooab •• Third Bett Advocate it Rcgionali John Carr Martin Hodman Joteph Leon Coach: J.B. Ruhl Gilev Sutherland Rich Intellectual Propettv Moot Court Team (Endowed by: Arnold. White i Durkee) National Sctnifinaliit Regional Finalist Bett Brief Award at Regional Derek Otriltlr Mark Drauiin Coach: Michael Diehl Douglass Mont Court Tram Team I Regional Quarterfinalisl National Chareprom Dante Anderson Juha Jackaon TeamS Regional Semlflnalkt Ben Pctitioner'a Brief Liu I on Joy M. Ihomas Coach: Kameion Johnson • Beat Advocate at Regional •• Runner-Up Be»t Adioeatrat Regional! JetMip International Moot Court Team Hilda Galvan Uriel ic Harrit Yunna Pantri Parpctt uppal Coach: Doug Alexander •HeIt Advocate at Rcgiocult Slate Bar Moot Court Team Summer 1091 AI Lion A r an ion Robert Madden Katherine Mire Coach: 1991-Phd Dung Summer I90S Robert DtCarli Voice llaren Debra Irwin Coach lOOS-Mwharl Diehl Robert P. Wagner. Sr. Labor Law Moot Court Team (Endowed by: Matthewi Braxneocnb) National KinaHit Robert OcCarti Ann Kitrmiller Max Madrid Coach: John WiHamt John Manhall Moot Court T. Quarter finalist Steve Ri ugh nun Rachel Gicvber Lonnie Hodman Joy M. Thomas Coach: Pete Kennedy • Be»t Advocate National Moot Court Team Regional Champion Beit Brief Guadalupe Cuellar Toni Pcney l-aura Upchurch Coach: Greg Ellin •Bett Advocate at Regionalt ADVOCACY TEAMS ABA Negotiation Teams Team I Regional Third Place Michelle Waihington Taralrrvn Woodard Michael Parker Racgucl Perer Coach: Ralph Hatton Alternative Dltpute Retolutkin T Team I Marianne Raker Ron Rodrigue Team 2 Michael Prank Greg Kocian Pace University Environmental Law Moot Court Team (Endowed by: Fu’bright ft Jawortii) National Semifinalkt Client Counseling T Mlvvy Theriot Michelle Tobias Moot Court — 1718 — Law Week Seven days of beer, pizza, the Posse, mock trials and running around the law school. Just another week in the life of a law student? Well, maybe but February 28 to March 7 was the annual Law Week, offering about as much fun as any law student can have in seven days. Law Week was kicked off by the Spring Fling and the Jesse Dean Oliver Charity Auction. Tracor, Inc. housed the festivities, which included casino-style “gambling,” drinks and an all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet. The night concluded with the Oliver Auction and a drawing for a free Bar Bri course. The following Monday was filled with activities in Townes Hall. A pizza eating contest and the All-Star Mock Trail were followed by a speech from Nadine Strossen, president of the ACLU. Tuesday brought Dean Keeton’s Barbecue and the Freshlaw Res Ipsa Lo-quitor. The Law Film Festival, as well as an ice cream eating contest, were on the Wednesday menu. On Thursday, Assault and Flattery was performed for the first four shows, and outstanding faculty and students were recognized at the Law Week Awards Ceremony. The Res Judicata 5K was run on Friday, March 6, beginning at the Law School and ending at Eastwoods Park. The award ceremony and keg beer afterwards brought the annual Law Week to a close. This year’s festivities were dedicated to Dean Susanna Aleman with special recognition going to Viola Guitcrrez. 24TH ANNUAL W. PAGE KEETON LAW WEEKw E E K ★ ★ Law Week — 19★ ★ L A W ★ 20 — Law Week22 — OrganizationsORGANIZATIONS MBS. m 7 £ CVP TSKv5SV» ; j ■ 5:V», wM '- org3ni»»»" "Law School Foundation BOARD OF TRUSTEES Mr. Morris Allas, • McAllen Mr. David J. Beck Houston Mr. E. William Burnett Houston Mr. George C. Chapman Dallas Ambassador Edward Clark • Austin Mr. J. Chrys Daugherty Austin Mr. John L. Estes Dallas Ms. Kay Bailey Hutchison Austin Mr. Elton M. Hyderjr. • Fort Worth Mr. Franklin JoncsJr. Marshall Mr. DeeJ. Kelly Fort Worth Mr. Gilbert I. Low Beaumont Mr. Wales H. Madden Jr. • Amarillo Mr. Mark Martin • Dallas Mr. J. Mark Mcl.aughlin • San Angelo Mr. B.D. Orguin Beaumont Mr. Tom B. Ramey Jr. Tyler Mr. Harry M. Reasoner • Houston Mr. Tom Sealy • Midland Mr. J. Burleson Smith San Antonio Mr. Larry F.. Temple Austin •Life Member Founded in 1952, The University of Texas Law School Foundation. a private, tax-exempt, charitable corporation chartered by The State of Texas, was formed for the express purpose of raising funds for those areas of faculty and student support for which state funds were unavailable. The first project attempted by The Foundation was a research project in oil and gas law. From this modest beginning the Law School Foundation grew and flourished. Today it manages an endowment in excess of $20 million and advises the Dean of the Law School on the distribution of income from University-held endowments. This distinguished lecture series is just one of the many manifes- tations of the support the Law School receives from private and corporate gifts to the Foundation. The Chairs and Professorships established through Foundation fund-raising campaigns have enabled the Law School to recruit a faculty of distinguished scholars and to take its rightful place among the top law schools in the country, and Foundation scholarships ensure the ability to attract the best and brightest law students from within the state and throughout the nation. FRONT ROW: Anne R. Yeakel, Darla J. Helms. Elizabeth P. Ardanowski, Kristie F. Hopp. Barbara C. Rcagor. BACK ROW: Peter A. Ruiz. Teresa B. Watts, Angel l-ef-fingwell, Toni S. Turner. Beverly A. Scarborough. 21 — I-aw School Foundation 1Texas Journal This newly formed journal printed its first edition during the 1991-92 school year. The editors share a common interest in discovering and conveying a greater understanding of how the law affects women and how women shape the law. While celebrating the legal, so- of Women in Law cial, and political advances that have been made by women and for women, Texas Journal of Women and the Law strives to promote women’s discourse by deepening the relationship between theoretical and practical perspectives on gender and the law. The editors seek to cultivate interdisciplinary discussions of gender relations by encouraging the affirmation of difference and enriching the dialogue among women and between the sexes. They are committed to the challenge of presenting an autonomous feminist perspective: one that will empower all women. FRONT ROW: lam Ann Rockefeller. Jenny Jac-F.un Hyun, Shilpa llh.iti.i, Angela Christine Hurt, Mary Christine Reed. Elysc R. Rovuhlum. SECOND ROW: Sheila Rene Pattison. Elisa Ann Long, Robert Patrick Waldron, Audrey Lynn Boswell, Tara Sue Sumcrlin. THIRD ROW: Andrea Ines Kelly, John Joseph Janssen. Marcia Jean Brinkley, Nancy Lynn Prosser, Kathleen J. Anderson, Ann Elizabeth Kit miller. BACK ROW: Susan no Lcrkc Tctzlaff, Kristen Ann Stilt, Caroline Dozier Merrill, Russell J.G. Amsberry, Pamela Ann McGraw. Susan Lynn Stegall, Matthew Pierre Walter. Texas Journal of Women in Law — 2526 — Aggie Law Students Aggie Law Students Aggie Law Students is a support group for those of us getting a legal education in a hostile environment. Aggie Law Students is a totally social organization. The only requirement for admission is a lie, real or imaginary, to Texas A M University. Michael Piper. Tamara Lovell. I Evonne Grossmami, Phil Mall, Melissa Ramos.American Journal of Criminal Law From its inception in 1972, the American Journal of Criminal Law has been one of the few nationally recognized law journals dedicated exclusively to criminal law. 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. The AJCL is the only student legal publication at UT that allows first years to become staff members during their first year of Law School. This is a result of the Winter Write-On Competition that is conducted by the Journal, separate from the normal all-school write-on competition. Consequently, the Journal is the only UT legal publication to allow second year students to become editors. This has provided those lucky students with invaluable managerial experience. The AJCL is proud of its diverse membership. Despite their extremely different political orientations, the “bleeding heart liberals” and the “neo-fascist concervatives” on the editorial board manage to live, breathe and work in harmony. Last, but not least, the AJCL boasts some of the rarest Elvis black velvets ever made. And these, we have found, arc at the center of each members’ drive to be the best he or she can be. Editor-irvOiief Bruo R B«Ict Mimg.ng editor Michael M. Parker Chief Article Ed.tr IFuoc Jowl Mtmopt Chart’ Note Editoi John Sul:man Butler Adminiuratiw Peter M Hanfcoo Anxlet Editor Carol Hunrlr Stella .V Lorn Meredith A. Minim ka e Schulu Note Fiiilon Julian A. Grant Leslie J Hagin Barbara M. Luard Book Rrvie Editor Qiro Ititirm Roratch FcUur Hector IXiran Alumni Subtcriptioa Editor Sana V. Sample Project! Editor Dirk M.Jordan Systems Editor Manila!! J. Welch Faculty Advuor George Du EDITORS: FRONT ROW: Ixslic Jo Hagin. Katherine Ann Abernathy, Sunn Virginia Sample, Christina Renee Perez. SECOND ROW: Peter M. Hazelton, Meredith Anne Martinet, Barbara M. la .ml, Brian Robert Becker. BACK ROW: John Stillman Butler, Thane Josef Mcssingcr. Jesus Hector Duran. FRONT ROW: Leslie Jo llagin. Katherine Ann Abernathy, Susan Virginia Sample. Christina R. Perea. SECOND ROW: Peter M. Hazelton. Meredith Anne Martinez, Barham M. I-azard. Brian Robert Becker. Steven I .ope .. BACK ROW: Douglas Alan Danzeiser, John Stillman Butler, Thane Josef Mcssingcr, Jesus Hector Duran. Lisa Kathryn Bork. a American Journal of Criminal I-aw — 27Assault and Flattery — 29n k Board of Advocates The Board of Advocates is the litigation honor society of the Law School. Candidates become members by accumulating points through participation and success in advocacy programs. All students arc encouraged to participate in BOA activities as bailifTs, witnesses, and competitors. BOA conducts most advocacy competitions in the Law School. Appellate contests include moot court competitions endowed by Gibbs Ratliff and Susman Godfrey. BOA’s mock trial events include the Carl Wilson and Ixxrke Purnell competitions for novices and senior events endowed by Vial, Hamilton and Strasburger Price. This year, BOA also held negotiation and client counseling events, and assisted with other moot court and mock trial programs. BOA coordinates UT Law’s participation in intcrscholastic competitions nationwide. This year, Texas advocates competed in the National and John Marshall Moot Court competitions, and sent mock trial teams to the Tournament of Champions and the National, ATLA, and Thelen Marrin Competitions. Each spring BOA holds an awards banquet to recognize outstanding members and teams, as well as local attorneys who contribute their assistance to its programs. FRONT ROW: Tonya Ixah Sampson, Taralynn Rena Woodard, Kaplan. Laura Upchurch. Barbara Bembry. FOURTH ROW: Jennifer Parker. Denise Ann Acebo, Rachel S. Giesber. Hank Valorie Glass. Brent Christopher, Joy Thomas. Kate Walters, Jeff Flores. SECOND ROW: Jorge W. Sanchez, l.eticia Nunez. Hale. BACK ROW: Thomas Joseph McGahren. Jeffrey Simon. Katherine A. Abernathy. Donna G. Davidson. Guadalupe Cuellar. Michael John Ramirez. Max J. Madrid. Kamcron D. Johnson. Eric Teresa I. Ford. THIRD ROW: Mike Senzer. Peggy O’Dcr. Jeff S. 1-evy. NOT PICTURED: Cathy Foster. 30 — Board of Advocates- Chicano Law Students Association The Chicano Law Students Association (ChLSA) is an organization open to all University of Texas law school students and is committed to the furtherance of Hispanic interests in the study and practice of law. Averaging a total membership of more than 100 stu- dents each year, it is one of the largest organizations in the law school. ChLSA is actively involved in programs that enricn the University of Texas law school experience and promote the recruitment and retention of I lispanic students and faculty. ChLSA also promotes public service activities that serve the Austin community, such as our sponsorship of the East Austin and South Austin I.egal Clinics. In addition to these efforts, ChLSA also acts as a conduit for student participation in many important national issues through our membership in organizations such as the Hispanic National Bar Association and our presentation of speakers who are importamt players in cutting-edge issues. FRONT ROW: Steven Lopez, Cristina Cooper, Anna Guerra. BACK ROW: Ruben Cantu, Cesar Perez, Max Madrid. FRONT ROW: Joann Dalrymple, Derek Adame. Jaime Aleman, Michael Ramirez. Jacqueline Sandoval. Cesar Perez, Veronica F.lsa Aldrich. SECOND ROW: Cristina Cooper, David Rodriguez, Gonzalez, Cindi Hernandez, Max Madrid, Carol Bcrtsch, Jim Martinez. Taralynn Woodard. Ruben Cantu, Paco Gonzales, Guadalupe Cuellar. BACK ROW: Mike Ortega. Arturo Navarro, Carlos Gomez. THIRD ROW: Andrew Garza, Alfonso Soto. Diana Medina. Susana Aleman. Chicano law Students Association — SI1 Corporate Counsel Society ■ 0 R G A N I Z I Corporate Counsel Society is dedicated to finding new paths on which today’s new attorneys can embark. We believe the traditional law firm environment is not suited to everyone. There are those of us who wish to utilize our law degree in a non-traditional method. We are committed to educating the law school student in the alternatives available to him or her, and in educating “Corporate” in the wealth of stalled legal talent available to them. Corporate Counsel Society is dedicated to finding these Alternatives. In-house counsel with large corporations offers the opportunity of combining legal skill with business acumen. Managerial and administrative positions with law firms offer another avenue of tying the two disciplines together. There arc a myriad of other avenues yet to be explored. Co-porate Counsel Society is going to explore those avenues for you. 0 N OFFICERS: Bill Davis. Publicity Director; Ginna BeKatsy, President; Eric Rabhanian, Vice President and Treasurer. FRONT ROW: Joe Arrambide, Polly Estes. Russell Painton. SECOND ROW: Mark Murdock. Eric Rabhanian, Ginna BeKassy. Steve Jercslow. Michelle Durham. Paul Herman, Rob Jones. BACK ROW: Bill Davis. Chris Parton. Mike Murray. 32 — Corporate Counsel Society IEnvironmental Law Society The Environmental Law Society is a group of about forty members with interests in environmental law. The Society’s purpose is educational and informational, and discussion of all sides of current enviromental law issues is our main goal. This year, the society hosted the Fifth Annual National Association of Enviromental Law Societies Conference. About 250 law students from around the country gathered in Austin for three days to participate in the conference, which featured over forty speakers and panelists on various environmental law topics. The society also runs the can recycling program in the law school and lias been extremely active in developing an enviro-menta! law curriculum with the administration. As a result, the University of Texas School of Law offers more environmental law courses than any other top twenty law schools in the nation. FRONT ROW: Jim Bateman. Dana McDaniel, Rachael Rawlins. Jennifer Richardson. Caryn Maher. BACK ROW: Nathan Schattman. Jim Ruland, John Carr. Kent Johnson, Molly Singletary. Sue Krcncfc. Environmental Law Society — S3Intellectual Property Law Society The Intellectual Property I .aw Society was created in a smoke-filled room by a small group of pushy freshiaws. By the second meeting there were already more than 60 members, making it one of the largest student organizations at I he Law School, as well as the largest IP group in Texas. With the stated goal of transforming The University of Texas into the top intellectual property law school in the region, this hard working collection of rogues and misfits quickly set their sights on new courses, their own law journal, informative guest speakers and networking throughout industry and academia. Already two new courses arc on the books, and adjuncts arc being lined up for more. Top IP attorneys from private law firms as well as the corporate world have shared their knowledge with us. The birth and rapid growth of the Intellectual Property I.aw Society is another example of the typical over-achievement of the students of The Law School. Watch our smoke. FRONT ROW: Ruuell O. Paige. Khanh C. Nguyen, Paul Ira Herman, Hazard A. Verdun, Tamara G. Lovell. SECOND ROW: Rusty Pickering, Nathan B. Schattman. Daphne L. Burton. Scott W. Breedlove. Michael W. Piper. BACK ROW: William D. Davis, William C. Fleming. Gene C. Vallow, James F. Ruland. Scott Thomas. 34 — Intellectual Property law SocietyOFFICERS: Michelle Durham. President: Scon McMichacI, Vice President: Kathryn Holland, Secretary; Polly Estes, Publicity; I.inctte Harris, Treasurer; Roberta Jones, Moot Court Coordinator. International Law Society The International Law Society was formed to provide students interested in international law an opportunity to learn more about this area. Through speeches by practitioners, the members learn about the practice of international law and what opportunities are available. The group also hosts small dinners with practitioners and academics at which international law is discussed. An annual High Tea each fall affords the opportunity to gain insight into English law as well as English culture. Mexico is explored via a trip to Mexico and a Mericnda at which a topic of Mexican Law is discussed. International Law Society is also a sponsor of the Jessup International Moot Court and sends its own team every year to the regional competitions. International Law Society — 35 3 Lawyers Christian Fellowship Psalm 19:7 The law of the Lord is perfect, reviving the soul. 1 Corinthians 8:6 .. .yet for us there is but one God, the Father, from whom all things came and for whom we live; and there is but one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom all things came and through whom we live. 1 John 1:3 And our fellowship is with the Father and with his Son, Jesus Christ. FRONT ROW: Katherine A. Abernathy, I-eisl C. I-iird. Ashley E. Rodemachcr. Jennifer Lynn Smith. SECOND ROW: Dc-anne I-aura Burnett. Michael I.. Jackson, Amy Beth Grave , Miriam Ming-Wai Ma. THIRD ROW: John J. Cope, James lews Mem. Scott W. Breedlove, Mark Albert Cover. BACK ROW: Bret W. Weatherford, Mike E. Trent, Lorri D. Hunter, ChrisJ. Barton, Ross T. Robinson. 36 — Lawyers Christian FellowshipLegal Research Board students an opportunity to deal with problems confronting Texas attorneys, the Board cultivates legal reasoning skills and provides valuable feedback to students. The Legal Research Board looks forward to providing outstanding research for the years to come. FRONT ROW: Christopher H. Hahn, Lori Lynelle Musselwhitc, Stacy F„ Flippin, Rochelle R. Winn. BACK ROW: Kathy A. Moran. Lisa Paulson, Jane E. Fields, David H. McClain. W. Ken Renwick, Jason E. Winford. The Legal Research Board is an organization of students of the University of Texas School of Law chartered by the State Bar of Texas in 1961 to provide legal research and prepare legal memoranda for licensed attorneys. The Board provides a unique opportunity for students to develop and refine the skill acquired in the basic Legal Research and Writing Course. Membership selection is based upon outstanding performance in UT’s freshlaw legal research and writing program. By providing Legal Research Board — 37Phi Alpha Delta The Tom C. Clark chapter of Phi Alpha Delta was chartered in 1949, and has remained active throughout its existence. This year, under new leadership, the Clark Chapter has become committed to building its membership and starting new fraternal traditions for years to come, as well as renewing some of the chapter’s old traditions. Phi Alpha Delta is an international organization with student and alumni chapters throughout the United States and Mexico. P.A.D. is dedicated to the concept that the benefits of membership should be available to all members of the local profession. The primary purpose of Phi Alpha Delta can be summed up as service: to the student, the Law-School, and the profession. FRONT ROW: Marsha' Stevenson, l.inda Glesnc. Karen Lorch, Kalic Butler BACK ROW: Don Franklin Richardson. Jose Cano. Edward Charles Seward. Eddy Daniels. Alpha De„a iThe Review of Litigation 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 develop in courtrooms across the country, as well as the trial lawyer's ever-changing procedural arsenal. The Review’s staff is selected from writing candidacy programs, advocacy competitions, and academic achievement. Many staff members use the office as a refuge from the turmoil of classes and interviewing. Hot coffee and cold beer help to foster a warm camaraderie. FRONT ROW: Melissa Ramos. Katie Fleming, Susan Gusky, Monica Wiseman, Kim McMath, Sonja Payton. SECOND ROW: Hilary Hughes Young. Valorie Glass. Darryl Pruett. Jason E. Winford, James H. Billingsley, Stephen D. Jarrard. BACK ROW: Uwrence Michael Wlialen. Bruce F.morv Garlick, Michael O. Whitmire. Michael Salvards. William R. Caldwell, Richard C. Williams. The Review of Litigation — 39The Student Bar Association is the student government of the University of Texas School of Law. The only organization at the law school whose membership includes every student, the SBA serves as a voice to the administration and as a center for many student services. As has become the custom, this year has been a busy year for the Student Bar Association. In addition to providing daily student services such as locker rentals and operating the lost and found, the members of the SBA Board of Governors decided to expand many existing programs and tackle a number of new ones as well. The year began with the First Student Bar Association annual SBA welcome back to school party. Held at the 606 club and attended by a packed-house, the party was considered to be a tremendous success. Two months later, the SBA built its earlier success by holding the Fall Ex-Parte at Jazz on the Lake. Like the First party of the year, the Fall F.x-Partc was attended by a record number of law students, all of whom had a great time. After returning from winter break, the SBA turned its attention toward Law Week. For months prior to Law Week, the Board of Governors and the Law-Week Committee worked tirelessly to revamp and increase interest in the week-long celebration. As a result of their efforts, both the Spring Fling and Dean Keeton’s Barbecue were attended by the largest crowds in years, the student emergency loan fund auction raised almost twice as much money as the year before, and the First Annual Film Festival was well received. To Finish off the year, the SBA purchased a new ping pong table for the Tom Clark Lounge. FRONT ROW: Philip Loyd Hall. Rachel Lorinda Rachel Taylor. Michael Kenneth Sims. Julie C. McKain, Steven R. Sprinkle. BACK ROW: Daniel M. DcVos. Ned F. Sherman, James R. Hines, Katherine L. Duff, F.lizabcth B. Pearsall, Cristina A.M. Cooper. Adriana Solis. 40 — Student Bar AssociationStudent Bar Association — 41FRONT ROW: Manny Kalra, Julie McKain, Katherine Duff. Steven Sprinkle. BACK m ROW: Dan DeVos, Kathv Ramirez, Kathy Foster. 12 — Uw Week Committee Project Info Project Info, made up of three to five second and third year minority students, assists in the effort to recruit outstanding minority students. Projects during the year include Minority Law Day, Open House, Phonathon and Prospective Students Day. COORDINATORS: Rudy Rcnc Colmcncro, Rrachellc Renee Douglas, Brenda Delois King, Christine Joyce Collins. NOT PICTURED: COORDINATORS: Faye Pittman, Liz Islas. ASSISTANT DEAN FOR ADMISSIONS: l.aquita A. Hamilton. The Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee (SROC) is open to students interested in meeting new and potential law students. SROC is involved with various projects during the fall and spring designed to introduce potential students and entering frcshlaws to the law school. These projects include: Orientation, Phonathon, Youth Government Day, Prospective Students Day, and weekly tours. FRONT ROW: Taralyim Rcua Woodard. Katharine I.cc Fleming. Philip Loyd Hall, Phyllis Ann Guillory. Danette Suzanne Holliday. Elizabeth Lee Reding. SECOND ROW: Annette Susan Jones, Laquila Ann Hamilton. Rita Irene Bohr. Estrcllita Janet Doolin, Kimberly Anne Deck. Shauna Jan Lurvey, Erica Helen Britt. BACK ROW: Pamela Beth Roc, Michelle Washington, Nathan Matthew Johnson, John Frank Cil-lard, Diane J. Cordova. V. Renee McPhat-ter. j. Don Ballard, Cathy J. Hamer. NOT PICTURED: Jessica Bolgcr, JoAnnc I)al-rymple, Walt Gragg. Amy Hutson, Damara Hutson. Pcnc Skiles. Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee Project Info and Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee — 43■ Teaching Quizmasters For the past 26 years, the Teaching Quizmasters have taught legal research methods and legal writing to first-year students. In addition to their teaching duties, these second- and third-year students act as counselors, critics, friends and mentors. As such, TQs invariably play a role in advising students on such matters as study techniques, career plans, exam taking and personal problems. This mixture of roles is one of the unique qualities of the Teaching Quizmaster Program, which continues to provide a strong, supportive and individualized environment for first-year students. FRONT ROW: Laura Schneider. Lisa Montcz, Debra Bookout, Steve Smith, Marty Smith. SECOND ROW: Lowell Anger, Lisa Crosswell, Michael Calhoun, Stephanie Patten, Casey Coffman-Pccl. THIRD ROW: Shelli Finnegan. Pamela Fagan. Holly Whatley, Kara Sherman, Nick Nahat. FOURTH ROW: Deidre Crowell, Beth Youngdale, Jennifer Archimbaud, Allison Campbell. FIFTH ROW: Chris I-owrance, Wes Edwards, Douglas Carnes. BACK ROW: Jeff Lucas. John Mollcnkamp. Whit Roberts. Wilson Jones. NOT PICTURED: Larry Adams. - •14 — Teaching QuizmastersTexas Environmental Law Journal The Texas Environmental Law Journal is published by a select group of students of The University of Texas .School of Law in association with the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas. The Bar published the Journal for 20 years until it reached an agreement with students at the law school for the students to edit, cite check, and typeset the Journal. The students have been responsible for the publication process since the summer issue in 1990. The Journal is published quar- terly and boasts over 2,000 subscribers, the majority of whom arc environmental practitioners. It is divided into three sections: lead articles, recent developments, and student notes. Lead articles are written by renowned practitioners and academicians, and approved by the Bar editors. Recent developments keep the readership up to date on cases, statutes, and rules relevant to various areas of environmental law. Student notes arc submitted by law students throughout Texas. Through coordinating the three sections, the Senior Editors attain the Journal's purpose of providing environmental attorneys with timely and practical information about developments in the field of environmental law. 1991-1992 Senior Editors: Michael Safranek, Editor-in-Chief; Gayle Ash, Managing Editor; Michael Jones, Lead Articles Editor; Karen Mouritsen, Recent Developments Editor (fall); Alice Goldwire, Recent Developments Editor (spring); Carrie Hclmcamp, Student Notes Editor; and Jim Bateman, Technical Editor. ji u fr ■ i FRONT ROW: Gregory Joseph I’fcifcr, Holly Beth Williams, Michael L. Safranek, A. Gayle Ash, Nicole M. Fletcher, Jim D. Bateman. BACK ROW: John Nr man Carr. Matt Vaughn, Karen Mouritsen, Oren L. Connaway. Texas F.nvironmcntal Law Journal — 45 . TILJ Staff Edltor-lit-Chlcf Mark Anthony Rome Texas International Law Journal Managing Editor Jon T. Neumann Kmtik 11 Subtnitoon Editor Seth lkoidtun (lief A (tielea Note. Odilon Allnnri F. Annum PMrkta Michellf Durham Administrative Editor Brent E. Chrutophrr The Texas International Law Journal is now in its 27th year of providing the academic and practicing legal community with quality articles on topics related to international law. TILJ is the fourth oldest student-edited international law journal in the country, and has subscribers on every continent. Each issue contains articles, student works, and book reviews covering a wide range of international law and related topics. TILJ has an editorial board of twenty and forty-five staff members. In addition to publication of the journal, the members of TILJ engage in social events ranging from post publication parties to the annual Alumni Banquet in the spring. Special feature it Report Editor Gabriel Garcia Ankle lr Note Editor Timothy K. Armurong Nicolai G. HirronLii Run Jamet Hamrock Morn I.. Hynwl Steve Shackelford Jarre R. Ward Associate Editor Michael Boydston Brian K. Hammer Jennifer Byrr Mrl cm) Jennifer M. Park Staff Brian R. Allen Alexandre Bourgeon J. Patrick Bredchoft • KltMJ Ku h Lindtcy Bum Elizabeth Caldelrugh IXctcdk Carluke Oeidre T. Crowell Kimberly Deck Rod Dr liano • Matt I Won Tobi Kaalry Scott Lriduoo POlly j. late Momca Fekete Charlotte rather • Holly R. Fogkr • Owen Gamoea Rom Spencer Gar m Lub A. Guitierrer •• le !ie J. Hagin • (.incite H. Harrit Patti Ilrrthey Thomas Hoffman Jonna Kay Hogrbnd Kathryn Holland Brrnd tluMh Kalb Ingraham Ih.ruld D.Jackum I hoena Joeie Wilaon G. Jone • John C Knight • Brenda D. King Shawn K irk try Ann Kitrmillrr Friiir Kohnkr Leslie Lawler Daiid L e Eddie Lewi f.liu l.ong Patrick Madden llidcki Manukaira •• JffT McE'all • Gil Me km an Marco Munor Yanni D. Panin • Jaine D. Pedeii Brian W. Peterman Robert Ponjetti Joe Profairer Ramcah D. Ramaiwamy Beth Robert Lee Robert Jame P Robinwm III • Si kie Sahl Cynthia L She reel a • Arthur Haag Sherman • Joti Swain ••• Mark Title! Sara Welch Nigel Welling ••• Mark Bradley W.hon • Strte Wingard Ka, Zhang •• faculty Michael F. Sturley Buu neu Manager Denny Peter • Third Year Member •• Matter of Cooiparathe Jurnpeudeoce Candidate ••• L'nivetyicy of Nottingham Exchange Program FRONT ROW: Timothy Keith Armstrong. Patricia Michelle Durham. James David Pcdcn, Mark Henry Titfcl. Marco Miguel Munoz, Donald D. Jackson. SECOND ROW: Jon Thomas Neumann. Mark Anthony Rome, Steve Shackelford, James R. Ward. Mike Boydston. Gabriel Garcia, Jonna Kay Hogcland. Thomas M. Hoffman. BACK ROW: Brent Edward Christopher. Mona L. Hymel. Ann E. Kitrmillcr, F.rncst W. Kohnkr, Kathryn I). Ingraham, Leslie Ann Lawler, Kathryn F.. Holland, Brenda S. Hustis, Brenda D. Kittg, Monica A. Fekete. •16 — Texas International Law JournalI Texas Law Review The Texas Law Review, founded in 1921 by Leon Green, Ira Hildebrand, and Ireland Graves, publishes seven issues of legal scholarship a year. Selections include articles by professors and judges, student-written notes, and book reviews. But Review members did not limit themselves to their usual tasks of choosing articles, cite-checking, loosing articles, re-keying their lockers, and re-thinking their pedantic existence. Instead, they broke free. Liza Farrow-Gillespie, for ex- ample. sang “Third-year Blues" in front of a packed law school auditorium. Steve Grover found time away from monitoring his personal Hyder Collection to do some reporting for The Dallas Morning News in Cuba. Bryant McFall hosted the most successful Review Book Auction in history, shattering all prior attendance and receipt records — forever setting the standard by which all future auctions will be judged. In between, the Review published a highly regarded symposium on conflicts of law. FRONT ROW: F.lysc Ravel Roscnblum. Bryant Scott McFall. Stacy Deannc Siegel. Elizabeth Maccy Reasoner. Jennifer Thor-sten Olsson. Charles(icorgc Orr.Jessica Bolgcr. Martin Peck, I.isa Farrow-Gillespie, Patrick Lewis O’Daniel. SECOND ROW: Jane Ellis Fields, Lori Auray, D; vid .Steven Coalc. Bill Carl Taylor. Janet Lynn McQlttid, Keith Andrew Rowley, Mark Albert Cover. THIRD ROW: Brian Lindsey Burgess. David Hamid McClain. Allison Beth Roscman, Steven F. Grover. Michael D. Weiss. Carl F. Schwenker. FOURTH ROW: Rick Thompson. Reagan D. Pratt, Stuart L. Leviton, Michael L. Jackson. Todd L. Picctis. Lonny Jacob Hoffman. FIFTH ROW: Jennifer Louise Horan, Gregory S. Colctnan, William L. Mcnnucci. Jonathan H. Lewis, Richard E. Harris. Kin S. O'Neill. BACK ROW: Michael P. Fricke, Edmund Dan Daniels, Allan F. Brooke, Leslie C. Annand, David W. Schultz. W. Ken Rcnwick. Carlos R. Pena. Hugh C.I). Alexander. Texas law Review — 47FRONT ROW: Patrick Lewis O Daniel, Bryant Scott McFall. Alexander. BACK ROW: fichael I). Weiu. Paul Featherstone Jennifer Thorstcn Olsson, Lonny Jacob Hoflman, I .in Farrow- Schuster, Michael P. Fricke. Gregory S. Coleman, Steven F. Gillespie. SECOND ROW: Jennifer IxMiisc Horan. Leslie Claire Grover, Allan F. Brooke. Annand, Keith Andrew Rowley. Janet Lynn McQuaid. Hugh C.D. Texas Law Review The Texas Law Review annually invites the top five percent of each freshlaw section to membership. Others can become members through two highly competitive writing competitions. •18 — I exas Law ReviewTexas Law Review Bryan Scott McFall, Hugh C.D. Alexander. ■ 0 R Texas Law Review — 49 Thurgood Marshall Legal Society FRONT ROW: Sandra C-arpcntrr. John Heavy. Brenda King. LaMarr Stevenson. Christine Collins. Joy Thomas, Dawnita Wilson, Damita Cole nun, Hubert Brown. SECOND ROW: Mark Sampson. Yolanda Harris, H. Denise Nance, Anri! Cheatham, Mischa Buford. Kantcron Johnson. Susan Hardison. LaVcrne Cox. Patrina Fowler, laeaucline Sandoval, Rrachellc Douglas, Leslie Hardy. Jorge Sanchez. Michelle Polk. BACK ROW: William Herring. Michael Whitmire. David Staton. Susan Rup-pert. Dante Anderson. Julia Jackson.Jamcs Hines, Byron Davis, Sonja Peyton, Kimberly Young, Rochelle Winn, Melanie Snipes, Marsha Stevenson, Glenn Greene. The Thurgood Marshall Legal Society was named after the first African American justice of the United States Supreme Court, Justice Thurgood Marshall. The Law School affiliate of the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), the Thurgood Marshall Legal Society is primarily concerned with issues of major importance to the Af- Kamcron Johnson, president of the Thurgood Marshall Legal Society, speaks to the members at a general meeting on February 12. rican American community. Aside from promoting discussion and resolution of these issues, TMI.S encourages high academic achievement among its members and serves as a liaison between African American students and the Law School administration and potential employers. TMI.S actively recruits African Americans into the Law School community and vigorously promotes an atmosphere at the Law School that is conducive to their success. 50 — Thin good Marshall largal Society The Woodsmen The Woodsmen is a group of law students sponsored by Dean Mark Yudof dedicated to excellence in education, athletics, and social and charitable activities. Honors include being three-time intramural football competitors; voted, by popular choice, outstanding law school organization; and voted best party givers by the Student Bar Association. The Woodsmen vehemently support the political and moral philosophy of former President Ronald Reagan, as well as UT law professor. Lino Graglia. FRONT ROW: Wilson Gregory Jones. Whil Roberts, Vice President. Dean (The Coacli) Mark Yudof, Jeff C. Rees, President, Chris Buley, David L. Pea vie r. SECOND ROW : Arthur Haag Sherman, Johnny Dale Powers, J. Patrick Bredehoft. David Daniel Hooks. C. Rcbby Gregg. Robert M. Bolton. BACK ROW: Clay Sell, Tom Walsh, First Vice President. Rob Cymbaluk, McCord Wilson. NOT PICTURED : Dan Rice. The Woodsmen — 5152 — Students JSTUDENTS Students — 53ANGER. LOWELL F.. Gml Neck NY: TcxhiitJt (JuiffluMcn, Cturujtu-lo Exchange Program, Mock Trial, law School Itombm AKANSON, ALLISON F.. Ilalla.: Unit it» | erf Text at Amlin, Imi International Law Journal Editor. Hoard of Advocate Competition A K IS TOT EL 11 IS, JORCE CL'IL-I.ERMO. larcdo; Unlvrrdtv of Texat at Au tin. Chicano law Student Aw locution PuhUr l.iaiton. Criminal IV-lente Clink. BATEMAN. JAMES D-. Lubbock. k« L’nnertity, In. iron mental Law Journal. Eniironmmul law Soort . International Law Society. Entertain-ment Law Society. BEKASSY. VIRGINIA. Autttn. Uni-territy of Te»a» at Arlington; Corporate Counrel Society Founder. International law .Society. BEMBRY, BARBARA C.. Aattin L'nrtenity of Texat at Dallat. ALEXANDER. IIIGII CARSON. AuMia: Unrrmaty of Texat at Auteui. Texat Law Review Admin iterative Editor. Board of Adtocatev. ASII. ALICE GAYLE. Bc.ton: Sootlv •.extern 1,'nheruty. Environmental lav journal BLANKENSHIP. PAUL WILEY. Autiirc United Stale Miliury Aeadr- my. 54 — SeniorsBREDEHOET. PATRICK. AuM.n: Colorado Stale Unnmity. The NVoodv nn. Texas law Roiew. BRENNAN, DANIEL J.. Auitin; Bucknell Unts-crsky. Roiew of Litiga-lion, Student Bar Association C)iM Representative. BUKKIIALTKR. HUNTER WYATT. Austin; University of Teui at AuMin. Phi IVvta Phi BUTLER, JOHN STILLMAN. Austin: University of Cinrinnati, Amenean Journal of Criminal law Chief Note Editor. CADENA. JEANINF, ANN. San Antonio. St. Edward's Unlvrrdiy. CANTU, USA MERCEDES. El Paso; Austin Community Coflcgc. Unnmity of Texas at Austin. CARL. JANET R. Auu n; Unrirrsity of Wisconsin at Plattcvillc. Environ-rrfflul law Society. CARTER. STEVE. AuMin; Southern Methodist University, Moot Court. Client Counciting Competition. Eider Law dink- COX. DONNA CAY. AuMin. Un.scr-lity of Texas at AuMin, icxasKestewof litigation. Mock Trial. COX. CRECC ALAN. Stephetmlle; Tarleton Slate University. DAVIDSON. DONNA CARCIA. Austin; University of Texas at Austin. AISD legal Education Project, Chwa-no law Students Association, lawyer's Christian Fellowship. Married law Students. Board of Advocates. COOPER. CRISTINA A. MIRELE.S. AuMin; Uniseisit) of Texas at Asotin. Chit am law Students Association, Student Bar Association. Rcuid of Advo- Scniors — 55F4SERY. HELEN JOANNE. England. Nottingham Unirervty. DAVIDSON. SANDRA LYNN. Aut-tin: l.'imrrrity of Tfui at Auttin. DE LLANO. ROD REUBEN . Umi Princeton Unlvcrtity, International Law Journal. International Law Soci-cty. DOOLEY. CYNTIIIA GAIL. DalUv R«r Univrrtity. Ret lew of I DRF.YER. HELENE TATRICE. A.i»-tm: Lmtertityof Mxh gan DURHAM, MICHELLE. Collar St a non; Trinity Univertity. Texat International law Journal Chief Article and Note Editor. International law Society President. Corporate Couniel Society. Entertainment Law Society. DE ARMOND-IIF.NSELMAN. JEAN- N1E M. . Auttin: Univerthv of Loo-irtille. FI.EISf IIIIAUER. JENS WALTER . Germany: Unnemty of Cologne FLICK. CARRIE EDEN, Piano. Uni-venity of Teaat at Auttin. Board of A 1-rotate . Auauh and Flattery. FRIEDMAN. IVAN MATTHEW. Auttin; linirertity of California at Berkeley, National Lawyen' Guild Co-Coordinator. Coalition for a Divertified l-a» School. Enriromrental Ian Sod-ety. GALINDO. JOSEPH PAUL, Auttin; Urmrruty of Texat at Auttin. chieano Law Students Ataocialion. Ataault and Flattery. Moot Court. Moek TriaL Entertainment Law Society. 56 — Senior GALVAN, ROBERT MAURICE. Corpus ChriMi; St Mary's University. GANSELU JONATHAN S-. Dallas; I'pnnvlv of Texas at Auxin, Phi Deha Phi. GARCIA. KUUD. Wrsbro: University of Texas at Auxin, Chicano law Stu-dnits Association. Intctruliussal Law Society. Dean's Scholarship. GAR LICK. BRUCE EMORY. Auxin; Purdue University. Review of lunga-tioo. GAR Nil AM, VICKI CLAIRE. United Kingdom; Nottingham University. SaiL ing Club. Texas International law Journal. GIORDANO. USA AUGUSTA . Austin; University of Kansas. International law Society. GLASS. VALORIE ANN. Auxin; University of Texas at Auxin. Review of litigation Associate Editor. Board of Advocates. Phi Delta Phi. GORDOA. DAVID. Fort Worth; Texas A Ic M University. GRANT. JULIAN ANDREW. Auxin; Harvard University. American Journal of Criminal Law Notes Editor. law School Soccer Team. Mamed lax Stu-dents Association. GRAVES, AMV BETII. Eon Worth; Baylor University. Lawyers Christian Fellowship. Texas Environmental law Journal. GUTIERRE -CARAI.I.ERO. LUIS ANTONIO. Auxin; Texas International law Journal. HAMMER. BRIAN KEITII. Oak Pars Ml; Unssersity of North Carolina at Chapr! Hill. Texas Inin national law Journal Editor. Seniors — 57IIAKBIN. DANA L. Autlin; Uniter-lil) of Tcui at Arlington. HAZEL TON, PETER M., BlufTton IS; Amhertt College. Teaching Qui maurrt. American Journal of Criminal law. HITT. GREGORY P.. Amlin; University of Texu at Auttin. Mock Trail. Clirni CoumeKng. Inntiaiiooal law Society. I JOHNSON. RAM WON D.. Auam; Unitrrtity of lloutton. Thurgood Mir-thall legal Society Pretideot. National Black law Journal Fanuliie Editor. HOOKS. DAVID DANIEL. Carrollton; Baylor Unitertity. Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee. The Woodtmrn. IIOSFORD. LISA SUZANNE. Itallai; Stanford I'nNertity. HYMEU MONA LUCILLE, AiMm; t nhrrtitt of Teiat at Autlin. KEENE. MARK ALAN. Laredo; Wathington and Lee Uniirrut). American Journal of Criminal Law, AISD Volunteer Program Lecturer. KHUONG. QUYEN II.. Houtton Unnertily of letai at Autlin. Criminal Law Attoeiation. Criminal Defente Clin . Mock Trial. Moot Court. JOHNSON. KIRSTY ANN. Iletrford. England; Nottingham Univcrtily. Intramural Syom. JORDAN. DIRK MATTHEW. Aut tin; laiuitaana State Unitrttity. Plii Oel-U Phi Pretident. American Journal of Criminal law Project Editor. 58 — .Senior KOCONTES. LONNIE L. Aiutio: linivertify of Nebraska a IJrtmln. Rr-vie ol l- tijfai on. Board of Advocate . OlKare) la StudrnU A hoc ration. LIN'DEK. MARA GAV. Phoenix AZ: Univervity of leva at Auxin, Environmental Law Moot Court Competition. Environmental law Society. LYONS, MICHAEL STEPHEN. Auv tin; Unlvrruty of Texas at Auxin. ULSTER. MARK aiRISTOPIIER. Auxin; University of Texas at Auxin. LALLY. JOSEPH PATRICK. Auxin; Rtrmclaer Polytechnic Institute. LOPEZ. STEPHEN EDWARD. El Pasoc University of Tent at Auxin. LOWE. SANDRA ELAINE. Auxin; University of Texas at Auxin. MADDEN. ROBERT JOSEPH. Ar- lingtun; University of Texas at Auxin, Board of Advocate . MATSL'KCKA. IIIDEKI. Tokyo. Japan; University of Tokyo. Texas In-tcr national law Journal. LAMBETH. REBECCA KAY. Auxin; Trxav A tc W llnivertity, Stu-dent Eaculty Placement Committee, Annie la Student,. Women' la Caucus. LOWKANCE. CHRIS ANDREW. Auxin; Rkr Univervity, Buml of Advocate . l eaching Quumaxerv MC PALL BRYANT SCOTT. Dalbv Emory University, Texas Lax Review, Board of Advocates. Seniors — 59MEDINA, MARGARET FRANCES, Ainiin; Tran Weileyan Collrgr. CJil-ano I j SludfKi Auociation. MESSINCER. TIIANt JOSEF. Auv tin; California Univerury of Penmyl-onu. Texan lav Review. American Journal of Criminal law. MUNOZ. MARCO M.. Veracruz. Mc»-xo: Univenadad Nanonal Autonoma De Moico. ■■ NEUMANN, JON THOMAS. AuUm. Arizona Szaic Unnerwly. Trui Inlet-national law Journal Managing Editor. O'DANIEU PATRICK LEWIS. Austin; Uimcr.ity of Trial at Autlin. Grand Chancellor, Tnai law Review Artit lev Fair tut. FrdrraliM Society »«-kflttM. PANTIS. YIANNI DENNIS. Sa ra memo CA: Univertity of California at Berkeley, Tex a. International law Journal. Jexwp Moot Court. MC MATH. KIMBERLY DIANE. AuMan; Auatin College. Review of Litigation Managing Iditor. Anauh and Flattery. SAPPER. JAMES JACKSON, lamru; Unhrruty of Trial at Ainiin. PARKS, JENNIFER M.. I ylrr; I eta. International law Journal Awuriale Falator, Children'! Right. Clinic.PATTEN. STEPHANIE KIYOMI. Ton Worth: University of Tex at Auxin, Teaching Quizmasters. Wotu-w'i law Caucus, Texas Journal of Woirrn and the law, AISU l-rgal Education Project. Phi Alpha Delta. Criminal Defeme Clin . PO LANSKY. PAUL JOSEPH. Auxin. University of Texas at Auxin. Board of Advocates. Seniors — 61ROGAS. KEITII ALLEN. Ativlin; Univervityof Tnnal Ainlin. Phi Delta Mli. ROWLEY. KEITH ANDREW. Houi Ion. Baylor Unitertky. Hatvtid Um-vertity. Ic»i law Review Ixnutiir Ediioe, A .vault and Flattery Vocal Co-ordmator. RAMOS. MELISSA ANNE. Corfu, v Chrwil; Treat A k M Ultivervlty. Re-view of Litigation Editor, Ghicano law Student. Auonalion. Avvault and Flat-lery. Aggie law Student. AvuxiatMHV REEVES. KATHLEEN DEVISE. New Brunfek: 1'niirtvly of Trtai as AuMin. Review of Litigation. 62 — Seniors KABBANIAN. ERIC. Au.tin: Driver-«ty of Text! at Au.tin. joint JD MBA Program. RAMIREZ. ROBERTO FRANCISCO. Ainlin: Treat A r M L nltrtdty. RABE, SHE-REE I... Auttin. Ten. Women1 Cnivcnity. American Inn o! Court, American Journal of Criminal Law. Board of Advocate . Entertain mens and Art law Society. RODRIGUEZ. DAVID JOSEPH. San Antonio: Trinity Univrrtity. REES, JEFF G. Au.tin; Text. A k M Univrrtity. The Wood.men. Board of Advocate . I ext. law Review. PRUETT. DARRYL WAYNE. Auttin: Univcoity of Text, at Au«iin. Review of I itig.ition ArtieVt EditorRCSIlINC, SARA JEAN. Auxin; South rotcrn Uni)rr ity. Entertain-mem I j Society. SMITH, STEVEN W.. Dallas; United State Naval Academy, Review of Lit- SWAIN. JONATHAN DAVID. Surrey. England: University of Nottingham. Sailing Chib. SAMPLE. SUSAN VIRGINIA. Ilouv ton; Rice University. American Journal of Criminal Law, Texas Journal of Women and the law Artldc Editor. Student War Association, Student Gift Campaign Chairman. SANCHEZ. JORCE WAYNE. Sarato-g NY; Hofura Unisenity. Board of Advocate Appellate Advocacy Dirac-lot. Mock Trial. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society, American Inn of Court. SOUDATT. ANTHONY I_ Brooklyn NY; New York Inst itute of Technology, International Law Society. Intellectual Property I aw Society. STEFFENSMF.IER, MICHAEL DANIEL. Austin: University of Iowa. Intellectual Property Society, Delta Theta Phi. I SHERMAN, ARTHUR HAAG. Waco; Baylor University, Tcxa International law Journal. The Woodsmen. STRAIN. MARK PATRICK, AuM.n; University of Texas at Austin. Spinal Tap. Seniors — 63HIGH I MAN. ALVSIA GAIL. Amlin; Univeriity of Tcsas at Auttin. PI Deha Phi. The Woodmen. Student R»r AUOCUIRXI. WEATHERFORD. BRET WAYNE. San Antonio. Southwevi T(ui State IrnmK), lawyer Chrittian fellow-•hip. International law Society. Frd-ctalnt Society. WELLINGS. NIGEL IIEYS SKI) DON. England: Notlii glum llniwni-ty. Sailing Chib, leu International Ln Journal WHALEN. LAWRENCE MICHAEL. AuMin: Unnmily of Michigan. Review of Litigation Note Editor. Phi Delta Phi. M ZHANG, KAI, Auitin; S W la School. Taa International la« Joo»-n L YOUNG. HILARY H.. Amlin; Duke Unnet city. Review of Litigation. A -uult and llattcry. WILSON. MICHAEL STEPHEN, Taft; Soulhwrvt Team Slate Univer-utv, Review ol Litigation. legal Ke-tratch Bcutd, Mock Trial. Moot Court. WILSON. MARK BRADLEY. An drewv Trot A ie M I! niterwy. Tnn International law Journal. Soadenc Bar Allocution, Tc a» law Fellnvnhipt. Phi Delta Phi. 64 — SeniorsSeniors — 65AIIMAN. JAIME McAllen lb) lor University AMSBERRY. RUSSELL C. Auxin St. M«ry'i University ABERNATHY. KATHERINE Auxin Southern Methodist University ALDRICH. ELSA M. Houxuet R«c University MIDLAW ANDERSON. JANICE K. Auxin Trtas Wiimm'i University API LEMAN. MICHAELC. E'ort Worth University of Texas at Auxin ARKAMBIOE.JOSKITI Austin University of Texas at Autlm BAI.AGIA.JAMES MORRIS Pfluitcrv.Ue Souths.ex Texas Sute University BENZ. jEEEKE Y GEORGE Export PA University of Mi(to|can BIjACK. AUDREY MELISSA Auxin University of Texas at Auxin BULGE R. JESSICA I Unfold CT University of Colorado. Bouldrt BOURGEOIS. ALEXANDRE. Austin University of Texas at AuXsn BARNETT. LYRISSAC. Auxin Texas A M University BRINKLEY. MAKCIAJEAN Auxin University of Maryland 66 — MidhwCORDOVA. DIANEJ. Corpus Christi Unisetsitr of Texas at Amlin DAN7.EISFR. DOI'GI.AS A. Belton University ofToui al Amlin DCCARI.I. ROBERT C. Austin Uniter sity of California. San Diego DECK. KIMBCRI.Y ANNE McAllen Southern Methodnt llnhmiiy DOFJtRE. MAR I.ON D. Ilomtnci I rui A it M Cohmuy DOUGLAS. RRACHEI LF Austin Uoimiil| of lima Gillette, susan dianf San Antonio University of Trm at Amlin EDMONDS. SHANNON T. Amlin Uniitnity of Texas at Amlin GLATZ. GINGER RENE Auuin Texas AS M Univertuy ESTES. POLLY JESSICA Auuin L'tmenity of Colorado, Booklet FLEMING. KA I MARINE 1. Washington DC Rice Uaitrrsity KLETCHF.R. DEREK L Austin Texas Tech Unhtnky GONZALEZ. RENE Victoria University of Texas at Austin Midlaw — 67 HOCHFF.I.DKR. CARKir « Richardion Baylor U nr truly IIOCKI.AND.JONNA KAV Airtin t.fmrrut) of lo»a HOI.I.I N(’ FR, JOSEPH K Auxin Uimmiij of CaUfbcnia. San Direo JACKSON. MICHAII. I. Bummjhim AL Auburn Umvrrvty JANSF.N. JF FK F. Y A. Auxin linked Sum An Foret Academy JARRARD. STEPHEN D. n tfl Uniwniij of Tcu» a( Auun jOIIANSON. DAVIDS. Aux.n Stanford Univmky JOHNSON. BRIAN LEE Aurtin llnitmil) of Colorado 6 — Midlaw JIAREZ. JACINTO PABLO Laredo Texas A .V M llnimvty KAISER. CHRISTINA LEE Auatin Tnm A A- M Unhenkjr KELLY. ANDREA INKS Auatin Duke Uniarraity KING. BRENDA DFLOIS Atlanta GA Homrd Uniarraity KING.JOHN R. Alarm Brigham Young Uniaeraity KOHNKF, ERNEST W. Ilouaton laivcrtity of Texaa at Auatin LENS INC. GREGORY J. North Little Rork. AR Uniaeraity of Dailaa KRAFT. TODD ALLEN Auatin Uniarraity of Treat at Auatin LINDSEY. CHRISTOPHER Auatin Uniaeraity of Virginia LANTER. FRANK DAVID Auatin Uniarraity of Toaa at Auatin LYONS, MATT Auatin Univemty of TtW at Auatin LEE. BRYAN WINDSOR Auatin Uniaeraity of Teas at Auatin MCCLAIN, DAVID II Flower Mound Uniaeraity of Toua at Auatin LEE. W. DAVID Fore Worth I naa A if M Uniwret) MCCLELLAN. SYLVIA A Fort Worth Northwratrrn Uniaeraity MC FARI ANK.JOE K San Antonio Baylor Collrgr of Medicine MFJ.MAN,GIL MARK Auatin Uniaeraity of Toon at Auatin MFR'TZ. JAMES LEWIS Auatin Uniaeraity of Texaa, San Antooio MOYNIHAN. THOMAS P. Auatin Uniarraity of Texaa at Auatin Midlaw — 69 MUSSKl.WIIIIT. I .OR I L. AuMin Unneruly of Tcxai at AuHin NOT7-ON. VINCENT A. Laredo Uniicrvly of Tcxa» at Aiutin O'KEEFE. RL’SSELI. CRAIC Amt in Unncruty of Minnnou OI.SON. TOBIN ERIC San A ill nm In Trui AtM Unitenity OWENS. KENNETH DALE Amlin Southern MrthodiM Uniimilf PECK. MARTIN JOSEPH AuMin Kama State Univcrutr PEDEN. JAMES DAVID Hondo University of the South PETERMAN. BRIAN W. AuMin Uruvcrwtv of Tnu at AuMia PICCUS. TODD AlHlitl I'mirtuii of California, Santa Bailura PRATr. REACAN D. AuMin Rite Unhenrty RECER. DANALVNN AuMin Unncnity of Ievai at AuMin RENMICK. W KEN JR Dallat Unneruly of Tcaat at AuMin RICHARDSON. DON I laid in Baylor Univeruty ROBINSON.JUDY MARIE Oouett AR Unimiiti of Ailimn. Fayetteville ROGERS.JIMMY LET AuMin Tc»a» Chriaian Univeruty SAECEH. SUSAN LYNN AuMin Drake Utmeruty SAIIUSII.KE ANNE Aim in Sooth«e«tern Unneruly SAMPSON, TONYA LEAH Ilnuunn Rite UnnerulyT SHAPER. DARRYL K. Pallium WRBams College SIIARMA. ALEX N. K Dallas Southern Methodist University SMITH. DAVID P. JR DaUM Washington and Lee I mim i STANFORD. DILL PUno Southern Methodist University TAYLOR. WILLIAM PAUL Gilmer Baylor University TURK. MARK EDWARD Attain Irnserskt of Texas at Austin UNDERWOOD. WILLIAM San Antonio Boston University VALE. RAYMOND J. San Antonio University of I eras. Son Antonio VAUGHAN. ANNE V. Houston TuUne University VALENZUELA. CATHERINE M. Van Antonio Texas A M Umversny VAUGHN. KENNETH M. Austin L'nherutv of North Carol;HI. Oispri Hill WILLIAMS. HOLLY BETH Midland Rite Umsersity TP Midlaw - 71WILLIAMSON. PAUL T. Dal bo Washington a™ L Univmity WISEMAN. MONICA L. PJ P«o Trinity Univmity 72 — Midlawfi BACON. SIIIREEN IRANI Auuin Huy tor Lnncriitv APOLINSKY. CRAIG D Bmr.inghim Al. Ummuly of Virginia ARKELL, GREGORY U Midland Tnai AIM Uni n«iy BARNWELL. SIVA I Amlin Univcnity of Ton at Auuin ADAMS. GRANT OLI.IVER I jilibock UnWmity of I’m at Auuin mrvi ADDISON, ELIZABETH C. llouslim Viiur CoUcrc ALLEN, KATHRYN B. Auuin Umimny of Toutat Auuin ALVARADO. DANETTED. E- 1 - lake Unitrrtiiv ol Tcui at Auuin BAKIIT. JOHN RAY I Imuuiki Unnrruty of North Carolina BARNEY, DAREN ROYAL Santa Clara UT Brigham Young Lnivmity ADAME. DEREK AMADOR Auuin L'nivcruty of Pcnmylvania ADCOCK. JOHN SIDNEY Auuin Unnmii) of Trxn at Auuin AMIN. MAYL'K HARSH AD Arlington Indiana Uniwwv BOJANIC, HYPERION M Auuin Trinity Univrruty BATES. KYLE THOMAS PitttbutRh PA llniarruiy of Piutburgh BEARD. FRANCES ANN Sugar land Trinity Univroily BI.EIL. CHARLES MILLS Auuin tltyrrrwty of Tew at Austin Fresh law HOI TON. RUBY K. Cypcera Rnghani Young Uintmxy BOHR I-AND. CINDY O. Round Rock Suutlmrxein Univmily r BOWMAN. WARIGIA M. l-o» Alamo NM Columbia Unirctity BOYER. MADELEINE A. Auxin Univcf»i«y ofTrunal Auxin BREEDLOVE. SCOIT W. Si. Loub MO Unnerxly of Ton at Auxin BRISCH. MICHAELC. Houxon Rkr Unoerxty BROADWATER.JOHN I). Auxin Auxin College BRODSCAARD. DEENA Waco Texat Oirixun L mveruty BRYANT. LAUREN M. Auxin I e » A M L'niferuty BRVAN I. MATTHEW S. Auxin Wathington tc lee Unhenity BUTIJR. KATHERINE I amenity at Auxin BYL'N.JIN Prat land Umteruty of Tnx at Auxin CA BANKAS. JACK »J Paw Dunnauulh CoUrge CAPPS. JOHN EDWARD Nidmiie. I N Vanderbilt Unirrnity CAPPS. PATRICIA LEE Cypeei. Auxin College FrohlawFRESHLAW CASTILLO. SANDRA L. Plano University ol Texas at Austin CASTRO. SANDRA C. Auxin Texas A It I University CAREY. HALA LINDA Aim in City University ol New York CARPENTER. SANDRA D. Houston Texas Southern University CAVENEE. LORI LYNN San Antonio University of Texas at Auxin CAWLEY. CHRIS I INE M. Dallas University of Texas at Dallas CAYWOQD. MICHAEL Austin University of Texas at Austin CHADD. VALERIE LYNN Houston Stanford University CHANG. PEGGY PEI-EEN Houston University of Texas at Austin CHAPSKI. MICHAEL A. Elgin IL University of Notre Danse CIIASLAIN. GREGORY II. Monroe LA Mil haps College CHKISTLIKB, TERRYJ. Austin Harding University CLEM. VANESSA Auxin Rice University CLICK. THOMAS C. Fort Worth North Texas State University COCKRELL.JAMES ROSS Temple Harvard University COLBURN, STUART D. Houston Southwestern University COLEMAN. DAMITA ANN New Or leans LA Xavier Univrrsity COPE. KELLY RUSSELL Ariirtgton Texas Tech University COPELAND.CARRIE A. San Antonio Raytof University 76 — FrcillUxCORBETT. DWAYNE D. Arlington Umvmrty of Icxat 1 Arlington COTTINCHAM. PHILIP W. Auuin Umvrrutv of Toll al Auuin COURTNEY, GEOFFREY Sin Antonio Uiuvmut of Notre Dame COX. VICKY LYNN Arlington Utuvenity of Te a» at Auuin CRAIN. ROBERT I). Mm Unlvt-rvty of I nn ai Amt In CROCKER. SCOTT S. Fremont CA Treat AI M I'niwnily CULLEN. THERESA ANNE Auuin U nil min of Tetat al Auuin DAI RYMPl.r, JOANN Corpoj Chriui L'nhervty of Trtai ai Amlin DAVIDSON. STEPHANIE WatHingtoo 1).C. Ilomid UninUi DAVIS. WILUAM D. Auuin Univmity of Text! it AuM.n BEEVES. CHRISTOPHER J. Houuon Rkr Unrieruty DE CRAW. DAVID KEVIN Auuin Brigham Young UiamUi DE 1-A GARZA. ANDREW llouuon I nitnili of Houuon DF. PRIEST. JONATHAN Auuin Inn Ay L'nitenity DEVERE. BREN I ALLEN Houuon DOOLIN. ESTRELLITAJ. Auuin Unuriwii of Oklahoma DUDDLESTEN. KEVIN M ShrrtepoM I.A I’ainnilt of Loumillt DULANY MICHELLE l_ Auuin Ton A it M Univerrity EjAST. KENNET h e Arlington Tnai Tech Uniwnity EDGAR. REBECCA F. Auuin WrBnlry Collrgr Fresh law - 77ELLWOOD, SHEILA R. Grapevine I'rui Chmlun University EPSTEIN, KKVIN M. Dallas Duke University ERNSTMEYER. LESI.1E S. Austin Abilene Christian University PAIRMAN. CHRISTOPHER Auuin Univenily of Texas at Austin FELTSw PAUL MARLIN Austin Southern Methodist University FUlXillUM. ROGER J. Dickinson University of Trias at Austin FULMER. JUDY ANN Austin University of Texas at Austin GARCIA. BAI.DKMAR larrdo University of Texas at Austin GARCIA. PAMELA A. Corpus Christi University of Texas at Austin GALI.OWAY. TOBY M. Fort Worth University of Texas at Austin 78 — KrcshlawGARCIA-MORENO. RICARDO ftrov.mr.Ilc leireroty of Texaa at Auuln GARZA. DAVID THOMAS Auwin Unhenity of Trui M Auxin GILLARD. JOHN F. San Antonio S . MarvT Unrreruty GIRAULT. DAVID EARL lax Fmnoi Trinity Univernty GLESNE, LINDA M Auxin Trinity Unnmity GOODPASI OR. CHRISTOPHER V. Auxin GKABER. STEWART C. Sherman Tom A Ir M Univmity GREER. LAURA GAY Stlhratrr OK Hendrix CoBcrc CROENFVELD. LEE D. Auxin Southern VoSod.il Unhenity GUILLORY. PHYLLIS ANN LakeCharinLA Louxuna Stair Univmity GUNNELL. BRET R 1-render Bii|()uni Young Unhenity GRFF.NE. GLENNS. Brooklyn NY The Cooper Union IIAI PFRIN. ERNST A. Auuln Stanford Unnmity HALPFEN. DAVID GRANT Auxin IMacnfcf of Tana at Auxin HANSEN. MICHAEL D. HouXun Georgetown Univemity HARDISON. SUSAN RENEE Auxin Howard Unlverdiy HARDY. LESLIE MOVITA New Brilian CT Southern Coonectkutt State Univmity HARDING. SCOTT F- Tomtull Trial A Sr M Univmity Fnshli«r — 79HCRN ANDKZ. CYNDI A San Antonio .Southwest Tr»n Stair University IIFYCR.WltJ.IAM M Austin Pr Incnon Unhmkf H1NZMAN. KEVIN M Aiutin University of North Tr »« HOLLKNBECK. RICHARD Austin Wilium. Cnllrgr HOLLIDAY. LYNN Austin Vamlrrbilf Umvrmty HOLT. KP-NNCTH HUGH Aistlin Bob Jones Unisrrsiiy HOOPF.R. CYNTHIA «KNC Alvin lJni.rr.iiy of I'mi si Austin HOUSTON. JACK A. Mesquite I; nisrr.it y of I das at Austin HUDSON. GRCCORY S Houston Trinity Univmity HUNTCR. I.ORRI DF.LYNN Dallas Aliilrnr Christian Univmit JEU. MARIAN C. Ilouuon Rice L'nurrwt JOHNSON. BRt'CF. ALAN Wot Liberty IA low Suic Uumikj JOHNSON. K. SCOTT Wheaton IL North wear in Unirenity KABIK1. NIKA llouXon Ri r Uiarcrwty KAHN. AMY LYNN El Puo UnircTtil) of Southern California KENNEY. NICHOLASJ. Auxin U imrruiy of Fcantjrhnnia KERLICK. L RAY Whan on UnirtTtity of Tour at Auxin KINCIIEK. JOHN BENJAMIN Baton Rouge LA lamhuiB Stair Unhroity KING. KRIS I IE G. IhHn U’n.irrulT ol I rut at Auum KRAUSE, JIM AN IIIONY Auxin U' nivmity of Tna at Arlington KRENEK.SUE A. IVrr Pari Irui A Sc If Univervly KYLE. THOMAS HARLAN Dallat Baylor Innmil) LAIN. JACQUELINE F Dallu U'nivrrvly of Trui ai Auuin LANGDON, ASHLEY PAGF Arlington Soulhrm Mrthodiu Uimnuli l APIN. RICHARD ADI AI Houtton Yale Utnrrruty LE BOEUF. NICOLE T Auu in Unhrnity of Tesas at Aim in LEO. MONICA ANN Auxin Umrcraiiy of Te»a» at Auxin IJtVY. M RAPHAEL Dallat UnivmityofTrunat Auxin Fresh Uw — 81LYNN. JEFF SCO IT Auuin Unireraity of Tent at Auuin LYONS. SEAN MICHAEL San Antonio 1 ho American llrnnvti VA. MIRIAM MINC-WAI Houtton Kin Univmity LOWE. DAMIAN JAY llouMon IJryirrriity of California at Berkeley LORCH, KARIN L. Auuua Nattlmru Tntn State Univtnkjr MAI DA. MAYLMI AtM in KaUmaaoo CVJ'yp 82 — FrrshlawMONNAT. PAULA MARIK I'riemhnood Unncraty of Tout at Auxin MOR I . RAYMOND Mil.1.1 AM Auxin Purdue 1,'nlvrrviry SHI I SIIARl-A JANE Auxin Unitmily of Tcui at Ar'inpoo NISSEN. ROBERT CRAIG Dallaa Arironi Sure Umvenity MOSS. CATHERINE D. Auxin Eaaory University NEWBERG. JAMISON DEAN UalUt Unncrxly of Tena« Auxin MOSS. LESLIE X. Ir''r»)[ Soul hern MrthodM Uiiiverury O'CONNELL. JOHN Auxin USAE Academy MYERS. GREG HuuXuo University of Trui M Auxin ORTEGA. MIKE RIVERA hermit US Ninl Academy PAIGE. RUSSELL OWEN Auxin RenneUcT Polytechnic InufetXe PARCIIM AN, LAURA C. lemvviilr tnnm ly of Text al AuXn PARISH. CATHERINE L. hinippoct TN Rkr Urmetvty PARSONS, JAMES T. Auxin Univmxy of Trui at Auxin PASCHAL. EVANGELISE Daia» Sun ford Unhenity Freshlaw — 8SREDING, ELIZABETH I.KK Lake Jarkton Unitertily of Tmiil Amlin REEDER. LINDA Am: in Unitertily of I rui at Arlington RICHARDSON. JENNIFER Autlin RIFF. RACHFX I.ANNA S«xt«cUlc AZ ' i ROACH, GEORGE POTTER ROBEK IX DAVIII Al.l.E Gi ilTm GA Unitertily of Treat at Autlin Unitrrtitv of Trut at Autlin Cn k«l Florida Slate Uruveruty RF.ILLFY. STEVESCOTI Autlin Unitertily of Tenat al Autre KODF.MACHKK, ASHLEY Beaumont Baylor Uiwwilj RODRIGUEZ. FERNANDO lloutlon Uniwniiy of lloutlon ROMERO. CRAIG PATRICK lloutlon ROSI. STEPHANIE CAPPS Autlin Rkr Unitertily ROSS. DANIEL BRED Autlin Unitertily of Trut al Autlin ROTH. DIANA RAF El Pi to Unitertily of Virginia Fresh lawr SCHNOSE. PAUL A. Davit SD South Dakota Srliool ol Minrv and 1'echnolojpr 'i SHUI.TZ-IIAWKINS. KIM Auxin USA! Academy SCHWT.IZF.R. PAD I. ANTON Auxin Unheraity of Trut ai Auxin StJBEK. CHRISTOPHER J. Davit CA Pomona Colcjr SCHWARTZ. ELIZABETH Houxoo Rite L nntrtitt MIACKEIFORD. GERALD Fort Worth t'mvcrwly of Trut at Auxin SHERMAN. EDWARD E. Auxin Broun L'ntvrraity SIMMONS. MARY FRANCES LnriniSr L'nivet tity of Tetun at Auxin SMITH. KRISTY LYNN Riritardton Traat A M Univeruty SNIPES. MELANIE R. I . lain FL l utkctfcr Umtrrtitv SNYDER. EDWARDC IU«y Unlvmity of Trut at Auxin SLUSH! R. AIMEl CHKRIK Auxin Unitertity of Traat at Auxin SOLIS. AI BERT Y. San Antonio Unneraity of Traat at San Ant onto SMITH.JENNIFER LYNN New Braunfdt Baylor Unltmity SONG. WOOSUK-BRENT Lot Angrlrt Unneraity of Southern Cakfornia Freshlaw — 85 STANDARD. MIKE WILLIAM Amlin tniwmly ol Tea at Amlin STAPLETON. W II.LIAM J. EdwWlbville II. Unnrraiv of foil at Austin SI A ION. SCOIT DAVID Brora NV Morrhomr College SIEWARI. MARY LESLIE Dd Unimult of Tem at Amlin SIT WAR I. SABRINA t Edmond Ok Lrmrnin of Colorado M Booidrr STRAWS. ANITA Amlin Unhini(| of Mondi SULLIVAN. DAVID JOSEPH Amlin L'rmmin of Trxa» ai Amin SUTTON. JOHN OLIVER |R. Namgdorhn Collrgc ot W illtair. and Man TAMISIEA. DAVID ALAN Amlin InKrali of Ndrr Damr THOMAS, AMY OWENS Amlin T rin Tidi UdmW) 86 — KrwllUwVAU.ON. BUCKNKC AuMin Oorgu lech Univeruy V AUCHAN. SHELTON M. Homoo L nnenrty ol liouuon. I liivaiil Unnmili ■ ARMINK, CRKCARY JAV AuMin SaKhwTttrm I n.vrrmv MIMIKCAAKl). NANA DalUt Southern Methods Ur.ncrwly Mill II. KtX.IJt I II Wxhiu K»IU MkNimrrn StMr Unherwt) W HITE. SAMIRA LYNNI Amlin Stanford I nivenity WHITLEY. ANN BERNICE AuMin Stanford IJtmrtMl)88 — Faculty FACULTY Faculty — 89DEANS of the School of Law Mark G. Yudof Dean, School of Law John Jeffers Research Chair in Law and James A. Elkins Centennial Chair in Law B.A. 1965, LL.B 1968, Pennsylvania. Henry Ta Chung Hu. Associate Dean for Academic Affairs and Professor and Joseph Paschal Dreibclbis Faculty Fellow in Law. B.S. 1975. M.A. 1976. J.D. 1979. Yale. Douglas haycock. Associate Dean for Research and Alice McKean Young Regents. B.A 1970, Michigan Slate University; J.D. 1973, Chicago. M. Michael Sharlot. Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Wright C. Morrow Professor of Law. B.A. 1958, Antioch; LL.B. 1962. Pennsylvania. Deans of the School of LawSuvana I. Aleman. Assistant Dean for Student Affairs. B.S. 1974. UEd 1978. I’cxas; M.S. 1983. Texas A I; J.D. 1984, Texas. Laquita A. Hamilton. Assistant Dean for Admissions and Career Services. B.A. 1983. California State University at Long Beach; J.D. 1985, Texas. Deans of the law School — 91liana W. Baade. tlu|(h Umar Slone Chair in Coil U». B.A. 1949. Sincuir, Ur. Jr. IWI. Kiel (Germany II H 1955. 1.1 M 1955. Dutr. Elrla R. Arriola, Auitunt Professor. B A. 1980, California State University at Lot Angeles. J.l) 1985. University of California at Brrkrlry 92 — School of Law FacultyJ»ck M. Bali in. Charter Tllford McCormick Profevroe of Law. A.B 1978; J.D. 1981. Harvard. Loflua C. Carton II. Piufeuui. Stratburgcrand Price Centennial Fatuity Fellow in U». B.S. 1968, ComeU L'nlveruty; MPubAfT 1970 1970, Prineetoo Univrruiv (Woodrow Wihon School); J.D. 1975. Harvard; M.B A. 1980. Univcrtity of Pcniuylvania (Wharton School). Harold II. Bruff. John S. Reddilt Profcvaoc in Scale and Local Government. B.A. 1965, WiBama College; J.U. 1968. Harvard. School of Law Faculty — 93 David A. Anderaon. Thom peon and Knight Centennial Profewor in law. A.B. 1962. Harvard; J.D. 1971. Tcsu. ShelU M. Brennan. Lecturer. B.A. 1984. Lnnervily of Michigan: J t . 1989. Clevelaml-Marvhall Coflcge of law.Julia C. Getnun. fell E. Sheffield Repot Ch - »• I9SS. City College of New YorfcJ.D. I9M. LI-M. I9M-lluvud. — School of Law FacultyRobert O. Dawson, Bryant Smith Chsir in l aw. R A. 1960. Unitenity of Missouri: I.L.R. 1963. Washington $«. 1-ouis); S.J.D. 1969. Wisconsin. George E. I i . A.W. Walker Centennial Chair in Ijiw. B.S. 1964. J.D. 1966. Wisconsin. School of Law Family — 95Mcvrn J. Good tulbr, t,i and J»»or»ki Protruoc. B.A. 1972. Wiliuim Colk c: J I). I97V Vale. 96 — School of I-aw FacultyLino A. Graglia. A. Ilalton Crou Frolemor at law. B.A. 1952. City CoBegc (New York). I.I. I9M. Columbia Calvin IL Joknwn, Arnold. White and Durk.ee Centennial Frofesaor. B.A. 1968, Columbia: J.D. 1971. Stanford. School of Law Faculty — 97 Saaauel lisnthiroff, Assistant Professor. B.A 1971. State University of Sew York at Binghamton: J.D 1985, Yale. William O. Iluie. Sylvan Iar Professor (memos and Frofewor. B.A. 1952. Ilendenon State University; t.L.B. I9JS. Texas: S.J.D. I9S5. Ilarsatd. Robert W. Hamilton. Minerva llouie Drysdale Regents t3 iir in lav. B.A. 1952. S.aithntuic; J.D. 1955. Chi-rajo98 — School of Law FacultySchool of Law Faculty — 99 • ftp Kmon W. rigr Kriui Chi i mTott Ij». B.A., LI.B. 19SI, TenasSJ D. 1934, Harvard. Linda S. MulUoW. Bernard J Ward Centennial Pro-fewor. B.A. 1971. City Cofcge of New York; M. Pkil. 1974. PM l977.Cofc.mbla: J O. 19 0. Gcorgrtown. Kir hard S. Martoriu. IJoyd M Benlaen Jr. Centennial frc4c«or B_A. 1965. Cornell; Ph!) 1966. London Schooi 0fEruncwa«.(FnKiandt; IX. ■ 1968. YaleCfcriaty B. McCrary. lecturer. B.A. 1969, M.A. 1971. UnfoerMy o:' Miuouri at Columbia; J.D. 1979. Trxai. Roy .M. Mcfikt fliton M. Hvder Jr. and Martha Rowan Hvder Centennial Prolcwor; la« Librarian and Dirrrtor of Rrv-arth. B.S. 194 . J.I). 1952. M A US 1955. Wiwomin. 100 — School of Law FacultyWilliam C Powrr. Jr.. Hinei II. Baker arxl Thelma kr io Baker Cbii in Uw. B.A. 1967. IMmiily of California at Berkeley; J.l). 1973, Harvard. Jack Ratliff. Robert Calvett Ptofewa in Law. B A. 1956. I.I..B. 196?. Trial David W. Robrrtaoa. A W. Walker Centennoal Chair. B.A I960. I.I..B. 1961. Icwiuana State Uniimity: I.I..M. 1965. JM) 1968. Vale. School of Law Faculty — 101 I-A. Scot Po« Jf. Anne Green Rc enti Chair. B.A. 1965. Yale; J D. 1968. Waihington (Seattle).102 — School of Law FacultyJordan Striker. Auniim Ptofoanr. B.A. l»M. Wrv leyan; J.D. im Harvard. Mlchad P. Saurlry. Profnanr an) Jay II Bourn Cmlmniil Faculty Wio» in lav B.A 1077. J D. IWI. Yale. School of Law Faculty — 10S Charln Silver. Profetaor and Crain. Dougherty. Ilcat l ami Meanly Crotnmaal Faruhy 1’riow in lair. RA 1979. Cnlvcruty of Florida: M A. 1981. Lnnetuti d Chicago: J.t). 198?. Yak. w 1 4f{ David S. Sokolov. Adjunct A reive a a; Pnifcvnr. B.A. 1970. M.A. 1971. J.D. 1979. Columbia. Mlrharl F. I.pr. jowpfc It jamai: Ceramnul Chair in law. B.A. I96J. J.D. 1966. California (Berkeley).104 — School of 1-aw FacultyOtaele. Alin Wright, Prof poor. Wiliam R Rite. CJttir for «»» Adm - «ri!ioo of JutOce » A. HM7. Wolcyan: IJ B 1949. Vile. PART-TIME FACULTY John C Ale Adjunct Profewor Larry P. Manley Adjunct ProfeMor WlllUai Peel Allium Lecturer Joe Mar guile. Lecturer Jewel Arrington Adjunct Pi of ok June. ». Marten. Adjunct ProfeMor Rofcetl F. Barrett Adjunct ProfeMor Tracy McCormack lecturer Sira Merqul. Rut gin Adjunct ProfeMor Robert U McGlaaaon Adjunct Profeaaor W. Aason Burton Jr. Adjunct Pi of rue Franklin Myer. AdjufKt Profewor Elaine Carpenter lecturer Andre. S'iecupUi Adjunct Piofewor Ruben V. Cauaaeda lecturer Alice Oppe.iheim Lecturer Jeffrey Clvlm Adjunct Profeator Adrian M. Orem reel Adjunct Profe»or Peter Curry Jr. Adjunct Profewor Robert Own Adjunct ProfeMor Hector De Leon Adjunct Prcdrwoc Jowph a Parker Jr. lecturer Jame. Derrick Adjunct ProfeMor Jan Pollerum Adjunct Profewor Lloyd Doggetl AdjutKt Profruor Thoaaai Renrley Adjunct ProfciKir June. R. Eubank II Adjunct Auitunt Profcuor Betty Rodrigurc 1eeturer W. Bryan Earner Adjunct Profeuoe J.B. Ruhl Adjunct Profewor Patricia l.nn Adjunct Ptofewoe Kenneth D. Sefcubb Leetutct Pamela M. Gifclin Adjunct Profewor Leonard J. Sch.artc Adjunct Profewe Da.id Gllekman Adjunct Proleatoe DarU A. Sheppard Adjunct Profewoe Gerald ColdMein Adjunct Profetuj Keith A. Shuler Adjunct Profeatot llrraian C. GoCckrr Jr. Lecturer Lee Sianpaon Adjunct Profewor Andre ll.mpion Adjunct Ptofewor Michael W. Tankeraley Adjunct Profewor Robert S. Harrell Ad jurat Ptofcuoc Terry O. Toctenhan Adjunct Profettor Eden E. Harrington Adjunct Annum Prcfewx John Tuttle Adjunct Profettor Kenneth E. Hoop Jr. Lecturer Da. id II. Waller lecturer Cathy Lee Jordaa Adjunct Ptufewa Jim A. Walton Adjunct Frofcnor Barbara Karen Adjunct Profewor Robert A. Webb Adjunct Prof runt Peter C Krecrehmar AdjufKt Profewor Sum R Whitman Lecturer Alice Oppenbeia London leetutee Sterann Wilaou Lcctutei Tom Luce Adjunct Profevte Paul Womack Adjunct Profewor (ruadilupe T. Luna Adjunct Profewor Marie Veate. Adjunct ProfeMor School of law Faculty — 105Tarleton Library Staff ADMINISTRATION STAFF, FRONT ROW: Roy M. Mersky, Fita Coronado. Juan Zabala. BACK ROW: Susan Evangelist. Gwyn Anderson. ADMINISTRATION:John Ramington.Jody J. Morris, Libia A. Cuauhtli. CHILD ABUSE CENTER STAFF: Mary M. Elizabeth. Barbara B. Threat!. Jutta Gcbaucr. ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: Marianne Nd "- 106 — Tarleton Law Library Staff CATALOGING STAFF, FRONT ROW: Kathie George. Robert Singleton. Barbara Washccka. BACK ROW: Michele Turner. Debra Crawford-Black, Betty Cogswell. Adrienne deVergie, John Petesch. ACQUISITIONS SERIALS STAFF, FRONT ROW: Iarticia L. Garda, Mary A. Burton, Manucla C. Segura. BACK ROW: Monika S akasits, Pierrette Moreno, Kathy Till-Watts. PUBLIC SERVICES, FRONT ROW: Marlyn Robinson, Mary Catherine Brooks. Barbara S. Bridges. Michael Widener, Jonathan Pratter, Stephen Young. BACK ROW: Bruce Lee Klcinschmidt. Joe D. Boren. David L. Gunn. Tarlcton Law Library StaflT— 107ADMISSIONS OFFICE STAFF: Annette Susan Jones. Deborah A. DcWitty. Rita I. Bohr. Laquita A. Hamilton. School of Law Staff FACULTY STAFF SECRETARIES: FRONT ROW: Inna Santana, Catherine Haggard. Judy Maynes-Dodson, Patricia Kay Floyd. Pam Grisham, Jim Patterson. BACK ROW: Sue Boswell. Debbie Steed. Diane Thompson. Consuclo V. Akin. Edic Baugh, Charles Montgomery. 108 — School of I .aw StaffCOMPUTER SERVICES: David R. Burch, Steve J. Bromberg. Nackil. MAIN OFFICE STAFF: Dana Campbell. Ademar Chavana, Stella Torre , Marie Hoepken. School of Law Staff — 109COMMUNICATIONS CENTER: Judy Dom ingucz. Purchasing; Peggy Callahan O'Dcr, Information I csk. School of Law Staff 110 — School of Law StaffSchool of Law Staff KF.F.TON’S CASINO STAFF: There . Davis, Kenneth Moira, Viola Gutierrez. fftECTOR OF PERSONNEL: Gretchcn VVoellncr. LOANS AND SCHOLARSHIPS: Anna Maria Saldana. School of Law StaffOFFICE OF THE ASSISTANT DEAN FOR CONTINUING LEGAL EDUCATION STAFF: Alice Oles, Anna Sergi, Becky Drake, Bernadette Gormly. School of Law Staff PRINT SHOP: Fred Murphy. David Dominguez. 1 112 — School of Law Staff f TI CAREER SERVICES OFFICE STAFF: Arietta Ruth Tompkins, Renee Yvonne Binell, Annette Susan Jones. Kathy Patty Kiser, Jill Jones Rome. School of Law Staff COMPUTER OFFICE STAFF: Dena Bruce, Karen Buslett. School of Law Staff —■ 1131992 Peregrinus Yearbook Index A Abet tut hr. Katherine A.... 27. SO. 36.06 A rht«. Denim Ann.......... 16. II. SO. 124 Adame. Dirk Amador ................ SI. 74 Adams CtM Otlurr........................ 74 Adams Ijirt ....................... 44. 124 Admri.Jnhn Sidney ...................... 74 Addnoer. Flt abeth C ................... 74 Adkins Ainu Anne ................... 54.123 Aggie La Studrnu ....................... 26 A(uibt. I tiwtir I irm ................ 124 Aim. Coaturio V........................ 108 Afctighi. Alexandra Wilton.............. 92 Aldrsjat ....................... 2. 54. 124 A kin ft. flu M..................... 31.66 Ale.John C............................ I0 Aletnan.Jaime ..................... SI.66 Alrnun. Suuniu ......................... 18 Aleman. Suuiu I ............... SI.90.91 Alrundn. Ikw ........................... 17 Alexander. Fretd ...................... 124 Alexander. Hugh C..... 47. 48. 49. S4. 124 Alexandra. lax- Ann .................. 124 Alfooe. Debra........................... 16 Allen. Brian K ......................... 46 Allen. Jennifer Rhea................... 124 Alk-n. Kathryn ft ...................... 74 Allen. Matthew Forney................. 124 Allnoo. William Peel .................. 103 Alvarado. Dandle D ..................... 74 Ameixaii Journal of Criminal Law ....... 27 Amin. Mayur llmhid ..................... 74 Amvbrrn. Ruxmll J.................... 25.66 Andrr, Alexii .......................... 21 Andnuui. Dame ..................... 17. SO Andemei, David A ....................... 9S Andervwi, Gwen.......................... 10 106 66 2S 74 92 124 Andrrvm, C.vvi Andrawm, Jan«r K Anderve, Kathleen J Anderwm, Krhlin M Andrrvm, Owen I. .. Amlervin. Rian Cram Angrr. 1 rwrll F.............. 44. 54. 124 Annand. Lrtlir Claire....... 47.48.49.124 Apohn ly, Craig D..................... 74 Apple man. Michael C................... 66 Arjmwi. AUru.ii F ........ 17. 46. S4. 124 Archimhaud. Jennifer ............. 44. 124 Ardanowvlt. flt abeth P............... 24 Ariuoccbdtslorge Guillermo ...... 54. 124 Armurong. 1 imothy Kenh Arnoir. Greg Roben Anamhide. Joieph ArreB. Gregory 1. . Arrington. Jewel .. Arriola, t.lvia I .. Aili. Altee Gayle .. Atuvll and FUliery Atlimun, Amanda Flame Atlas Worm............. Auray. Lor............. Airnano. llama Marie 46 . 124 32. 66 .. 74 . I0S .. 92 4S. 54. 124 28 124 24 47 124 B Baade. Ham W............................... 92 Baum. Shirrrn Irani ....................... 74 Badger David OvarIra ..................... 124 Baler. Marianne................... 16. 17. 124 Balht. John Rat ........................... 74 Balaeva. Jamer Morrn....................... 66 Baltin. Jktl M ............................ 9S Ball. Uattd ............................... 21 Ballard. J Don............................. 43 Hall Jr. Uatid Jarlwm .................... 124 Barbero. Michele lone .................... 123 Barclay. Shannon Stephanie................ 124 Barlow. John Benjamin .................... 124 Barndr. Richard V .... .................... 92 Bat nr . Alan.............................. 16 Barndt. I.yntra C.......................... 66 (Varner. Daren Royal ...................... 74 Barnwell. So a F .......................... 74 Barrdl. Robert F ......................... 103 Hatton. Benton Jordan..................... 124 IVaieoulas Ntccuat G .................. 46,124 Bateman, jamer l ......................54.124 Bateman, Jian D ......................... 33. 43 Baler, Kile Lhomat ........................ 74 Barry. I aura Nicole ..................... 124 Battle. Frank John ...................... 123 Baugh. Fdie ............................. 108 Baughman. Slot .................. 16. 17. 124 Baughman. Semen .......................... 21 Beard. Franrer Ann ....................... 4 Bearler. Robtn .......................... 124 Brel. LkarrdJ ............................ 24 Beeler. Brian Ruben .................27. 124 Beel.Bel.nda Arleen ..................... 124 Bertel III. Remren llrmr ................ 124 Briar.,. V.rgrma ................... 21.32.54 Bell. Oimtophcr Kelly ................... 124 Bell. Karla Ann Hodman................... 124 Bembcy. Barbara C................ 30. 54. 124 Brnandr . Marl Robert.................... 124 Ben . Jeffrey George ................ 16.66 Berlin. Suranjitl........................ 124 Berner. Marl Loun ....................... 124 Brrtreh. Carol...................... SI. 124 Bhatia. Shilpa ........................... 25 Billinrtlry. Jamrr H ..................... 39 Bi«efi. Renee Yroane .................... 113 Blael. Audrey Me nu ...................... 66 Blair. Gregory Scon.................... 123 BlatvLtnnF ............................... 92 Blanda, Hollr ............................. 2 BUnkenrhn. Paul Wrier................. 54.124 Blarrr. Thoma. Michael................... 124 Blefeld. Brine...................... 21. 124 Bletl, Charier M.llr ..................... 74 Blunrenteld, Robert larutt .............. 124 Board of Adroeater ....................... SO Boar dman. John Kenn...................... 74 Bohr. Rita I ....................... 43. 108 B Maine, Hypenoti M ...................... 74 Bulger,Jc-ttxa...................... 43.47.66 Buliun. Robert M ..................... 51.124 Bolton. Ruby K............................ 73 Booloaai, Debra .....................44. 124 Bimth. Douglar Alan ..................... 124 Botru. Joe D............................. 107 Borl. Liu Kathryn......................... 27 Btxwrll. Audrey Lynn ..................... 23 Borwrll. Sue ............................ 108 ftjutrroti. Alexandre................ 46.66 Bouiund, CitHly )........................ 73 Bownun. War.g.a M......................... 73 Boyduon, Michael ................... 46. 121 Boyer. Madeleine A ....................... 73 Bradrliaw. Ikrttia Trrru ................. 21 Bra nth. Clay ton ......................... 2 Bra iel. Robert Prarron ................. 124 Bredrhofl.J I'atriel ........... 46.51.53.124 Breedlove. Scott W.................. 54. 36. 73 Brennan. Darnel J................... 55. 124 Brennan. Sheila VI ........................93 Brenner. Lynn Film....................... 124 Brtderr. Barbara S ...................... 107 Brink lev. Marcia Jean ............... 23.66 Bnvch. Michael C.......................... 73 Britt. Erica Helen........................ 43 Broadwater. Jubn D........................ 73 Brnel. Gina Ellen........................ 124 Brodwaatd. Dretu.......................... 73 Brombrag. Steve J ....................... 109 Binolr. Allan F ...................... 47.48 Brooke II. Allan Farouhar ............. 124 Brooks Map Gatherum...................... 107 Brm rurd.CandancrJ ........................66 Brown. Hubrtt ............................ 30 Briaccrilrn. Iran ...................... 124 Bruce. Dena ............................. 11$ Scull. Harold If ..........................93 Bcyaril, Cynthia 1.........................94 Havana. Laurm M .......................... 73 Beyer. Jamrr WiBuan ..................... 124 Buck. Kurlirr Arhlry ..................... 75 Bulced. Mirtha Dawn.................... 30.73 Huk-y.Chrir ...............................31 Bulev. Chrruephet Wayne ................. 124 Bullard. Thcener Hugh ................... 124 Bunn. Nxbcd lunar ........................ 75 Burth. Daiid K .......................... 109 Burger . Brian Ijndtry ................ 47.66 Burgm. Sara Marmatt ..................... 103 But runt, Cynthia Fare ................... 73 Burl halter. Hunter Wyatt .......... 55. 124 Burnett. Dranne Laura ................. 36.66 Byun.Jrn Burnett. F William Burrrl. Sharon lee Burrir. Aline........ Burton. Daphne I. .. Burton. Mary A ... . Burton Jr. W A moo Ruth. Krrua ......... Burlett. Karen....... BursLrndrry ......... Bullet. Juhn Stillman Butler. Katherine ... 24 ...... 124 ... 21.66 .... 34.73 ...... 107 ...... 105 .........46 ...... 113 ........ 46 27. 33. 124 ... 58.75 J»rl ........................... 75 Cadmi. jranuir Ann .................. 53.124 Codetta. Jrxat Eduardo.................. 124 Cagniail. Pierre Frarxoit............... 127 Cahill. I on.e tu J ..................... 66 (aldcfnagh. Fli abeth.................... 46 Caldwell. W ilium R ..................... 39 Calhoun. Michael ........................ 44 Campbell A Oman.....................44. 124 Campbell. Daru ......................... 109 Campbell. Donald Frederick ............. 124 Cano. Joae.......................... SS. 67 Cantu, lava Merit-tier.............. 53. 124 Cantu. Ruben............................. SI Capps John Fdw-ard....................... 75 Capps Patneia lee........................ 75 Carry. I la la lamia .................... 76 Curl. Janet R....................... 53. 124 Carlide. Derek C .................. 17.46,67 Carnes Douglar ...................... 44.124 Cuprairt. Flame......................... 103 Carpenter. Sandra D ................ 30. 76 Carr. John Newman ................. 17.33.45 Canon II. LodurC ........................ 93 Caller. Gary Serren .................... 124 Carter. Mu................................ 7 Carter. Steve ........................... 33 Caras Fiame A........................... 124 Cattannla. Ruben V...................... 105 Cart illo. Sandra 1...................... 76 Cattro. Sandra C ........................ 76 Carrnee. l-ori Lynn ..................... 76 Cawley. Chrirtine M ..................... 76 Cayweaid. Michael ....................... 76 Ctudd. Valerie Lynn ..................... 76 Chambers Kent Brian...................... 67 Chamblirs FJi aUrh....................... 94 Chang. Peggy Pei-fen..................... 76 Chapman. George C........................ 24 Chaprki. Michael A ...................... 76 CharUtn. Gregory II...................... 76 Challom. Tonya fane .................... 124 Chavaru. Adrmar ....................... 109 Cheatham. April.......................... 30 Chicano law Student Atuxialion .......... SI Chow. Raymond............................. 2 Chrirtheb. Terry J ...................... 76 Chrhtopher. Brent Fdward ....... SO. 46. 124 Churgin. Michael J....................... 94 Cane lair Jr. Rxhard Jump .............. I2S Chins Jeffrey........................... 103 Claris Edward ........................... 24 Clayton. Jamer .......................... 21 Clem. Vanerra ........................... 76 Chel. Thomar C........................... 76 Uogrlon. Curtn Paul .................... 124 Colic, Darrd Steven ................ 16. 47 CottesWiB ............................... 16 Cockrell, lamer Rom ................... 76 CoHman-Kel. Carey ....................... 44 Cogrwefl. Betty ........................ 107 CoKnirn. Stuart ...................... 21.76 Colbr. Krrrtenjoy ...................... 124 Cole. Scott ............................. 16 Coleman. Danuta Ann ................ 30. 76 Coleman.Gregory S .... 21.47.48.49. 124 Cnibns Chrtrlmr Joyce ............ 43.50.124 Colhm. Claire Fllen .................... 124 Colmeneru. Ru.fr Rene ................... 45 Compton. Dane C.......................... 67 Gxnnawar. Orrtt I. ...... ... 43.67 Cocprr. l iirmj A....................... 124 Cocprr, Orrltru A...................31.40.35 Cepe. John J............................. S6 Cope. Kelly RutmB______________________ 76 Copeland. Carrie A ...................... 76 Copp. Stephanie Kay .................... 124 Curbrtl. Dwayne D........................ 77 Cordova. IHanr J ................... 4S. 67 Coeoaudn. fua .......................... 106 Corporate Law Student Auooainn........... 52 Correia. Joel Jchnutm .................. 123 Curtmgharn Hnlrp W....................... 77 Courtney. Geodrry N ..................... 77 Cover. Mark Albert ................. 36. 47 Cowan, leiha Andrew .................... 123 Owe. Roger .......................... 21.124 Cm. IkmnaCay ....................... 53.124 Cm. Gregg Alan ...................... 55.124 G». Laverne.............................. 30 Cm. Vicky Lynn........................... 77 Crain. Rrbrrl D ........................77 Cramer. Cathy ......................... |( Crawford. JawHi Carroll .............. 124 Crawford-Black. Debra................. | 7 Crerawell. Courtney Glenn............. 124 Crum. Adam Paul..................... 123 Crocker. Scott S........................77 Ciorrwell. FJirabrth Scutl ........... 124 ( ruire l. Lha .........................44 Crouch IV.John Henry ................. 124 Crowe. Michael Richard . ............. 121 Crowell. Deidrr I .............. 44.46.124 Crumpton, Brem landro ................ 123 Cuauhtlr. Labu A ...................... IM Cubbage III. I'hontar Leon .........21.124 Cuellar. Guadalupe........... 17.30.31.124 Cullen. Iherera Anne ...................77 Curry Jr. Peter ...................... 103 Cymfcahil. Kob..........................31 Cyatbahal. Robert Allen............... 124 CyphcTv Chnriophee Itarrd............. 123 D 31.43. T7 SWiT’ Darnel . Fdruund Dan............3. 38.17 Dan rirrr, Douglar A .............27.67 Daugherty. J Chryr...................24 DarrdwMt. Dmna Garcia........ 30.33.121 Dairdron. Sandra Lynn ............36.124 Daiid win. Seth ................... 44 Dairdwm. Stephanie R . 77 Datrs Bill...........................32 Daits Bryan Larry ................. 124 Dam. Byron...........................30 Dalis"Iherera ..................... Ill Davis WiLurn D.................. 34.77 Dam IV. Richard Andrew .. Dawwin. David Lee........ Dawton. FJuabeth A....... Damn, Roben O ...... Deant ................... De Armond. leanme M — . DeArnw-ndTlrlrrlm. Jramic Deary. Uand Rat DeOrh. Rrben . De Carir. R.bert C Deek. Kimberly.................... 43.46.07 Deeres Chrnliipbei J.....................77 De Graw. David Kevin .................. 77 De La Gar a. Andrew......................77 De Leon. Hector ........................ IM Dr Llano, Rud Reuben.....................3 de Llano. Rodrigo Reuben............... 123 De Michele. Peter Hertv ................ IM DrPatr. Aaron De Pr«rtt. Jonathan W Derkur.i. Mutaafa Frgin Dctrxl. Jamer ........ Drrere. Ottnl Allen .., Drrngte. Adrienne ... Dr Vilir. Kenneth Allen Devine. Kathleen Ann ............... DcVos Dan .......................... Denis Daanri M .......................... Drwittr. Drbteab A ................... I° Ihehl. Mxhael .......................... " DBm. Malt ..........................•• Jf Iki. George E........................27.93 Ddge. J.wejih M Doerre. Maflun D....... Daggett. IJord......... Dumtngue . Darrd ...... Dnminguea.judy ....... Don. Stuart............ Dunehon. Sheldon Rene Dooley. Cynthu Gad ... Dunlin. Iurrl!«i J .... Doublrday. Matt........ Douglas R rathe lie R ... Dale. Becky ........... Drauim, Mark .......... Dryer. Helene Palrwe .. Drummond. Ilk Hubert Dummund. I imuthy Sha I hi Bom. leigh Arne Ca Duddlearn. Keim M Dull. Katherine I...... I hi tanr Jr. Richard Doolr Dupnik. Chrtainr Anne . Duran. Jerut Hector .... Durham. Pair mu Mtehellr Dura, Phd ............. 93 67 ;;;;;;;; 103 .... 112 ' .... '• ........ 16 ;;.... i24 .... 174 ... j ::: 63.3o.6i .... hi !!... 17.124 _____36.17 .... .... ' » .... 123 .. 77 ""in ” ... 123 ■ 27.123 ,2.33.4 . ......... I 14 — 1992 Peregrinus Yearbook IndexDvamlowvia. John S ladey.Toby ............................. 46 law. Kenneth I ......................... 77 ft let. Jerome Albert.................. 125 ld jr. «i mi F. ........................ 77 f nnnda, Curtn I» ...................... 7 fdnondv Shannon T....................... 7 fdwatdi. Wo............................. 44 fdwardv. W'oi«i Avialuiid ............. 12J tgitt. Richard David ................... IQ Ifglrvtnn. Chrtvtophrr.................. 7g Huabrth. Mur. M ....................... 106 Ifctr. Robert C......................... 78 Ilk. Greg ...............................17 Ik, l«i Renee........................... 78 IRvood. Sheila R ....................... 78 F« H- H"i) Me ......................... I2J l ntrommrntal I .aw Society ............ 55 Ipxnn. Kevin M ......................... 78 f Klwn, Scott .......................... 46 Fiilnuii. Stephen John ................ 125 lirwmr r[.l i)»S........................ 78 Laiery. Ilrlrti Jrunnr ................. J6 fx«, John 1.................................. faiev Polly J .............. 52. 55.46.67 Iwlund. Cymbai 1........................ 96 Gangrhw. Suvin ........................ 106 Iftomii .......................... 94 I'wtiank II, Jinn B ................... I0J fMky ......................................« Fy■ Paamb . ................ 44.125 lawman. Ghent, pher................... 16.75 firtxv. W Bryan ....................... |05 •art, ■» Gilkxp -. Um.............. 47. 48 Fiin»-Cilloi»f, l.i » .................. 125 Wnt, Moniu A ............................ 46 rr s Maty ................................ 2 Iffci. Paul Marlin....................... 78 Fw4d . Jane FJliv .................... 57.47 Mlrc. David ffynti ..................... ,25 twin, rjiriii .......................... 105 fwinrgjn. Marhrllr................... 17.125 l nnegan. Shell.......................... 44 Fnchtr. Chat lotto................... 46.125 fitth. Suva Kathleen................... ll»hkiiin.)rm Wifctr..................... 56 FVibibx. MYkim C................... 54. 78 Oonnix . Katharine L .............. 52. 4S. 67 IVtchrr. Drrrl 1..........................67 llrirhrr. Nicole M ...................... 45 Ffccl. Carrie Fden .................. 56.125 |)W- r.................... 57. 125 IVwcner. Ron.............................. 2 M«n. Cirlm ............................... 2 Ikwrv. Maul.............................. 50 fkrrv Hrm .............................. 125 Ifayd. Patricia Kay .................... |08 llaaingrr. Scott Parker ................ 125 f«lrr. HoNy R...................... 46. 125 f««r. Andrea Guy ........................ 78 f—R. Dorothy Ching Yrr ................. 125 futd.lerrui ...................... 16.50.125 l«Me». CaiKenne ...................... 21.50 lour.. Cathy ............................ 16 lower. Kill) ............................ 42 fowler. Pairma.......................... 50 Irani. Michael .......................... 17 Irani, Nano .............................. « Frawrr. Jennifer C ...................... "I Itrdriekvw,, Delia Maria Marino......... 115 freed Jr. Alan ......................... • » I fee man. 1-lyton farl................. frethbw ................................. 74 tnckr. Mwha 4 P .................. 47.48.125 Irredman. Arthur Jay.................... Irredman. Iran Matthew .................. J fnedrirh. Matthew W ..................... 78 Fri HI. Arm Victoria ................... f uetitev, Ntcrrb A roe.................. 78 lulglum. Roger .......................... 7! lulerrun. Brian.......................... 1 fulmer. Judy Ann......................... 78 Galindo. Jmrph Paul ................. 56.125 Gaik,war. Toby M ........................ 78 Galvan. Fmilit, Arturo ................. 125 Galvan. Hilda ........................... 17 Galvan. Robert Maurxe.................... 57 Galvan Je. Robert Maurice............... 125 Camon. Owen John ....................... 125 Gafoont. Owen............................ 46 GamriL Jonathan S ................... 57.125 Gaanon. She Hi l-re .................... 125 Garcia. Baldrmar ........................ 78 Garcia. FJnad........................... 57. 125 Garcia. Gabnel...................... 46.125 Garcia, Letroa L........................ 107 Garcia. Pamela A ........................ 78 Garcia-Morcou. Rxardo.................... 79 GaHick. Bnirr Fnwrv ............ 59. 57. 125 Gariir.gtoo. Shauna I............. ... 125 Garnham. Vicki Claire ................... 57 Garvoxv. R,«va Spcncrr .............. 46.125 Gar j. Andrew, .......................... J| Garea. David Thomav.................... 79 Getaaiaer. Jutla ....................... 106 George. Kathie.......................... 107 Grrgm. Marl P ........................... 96 Geereve. John MilVm.................... ITS Grtman.JulitnC .......................... 94 (obi in. Pamela M ...................... 105 Gibvuti. Kaiherinr ...................... 12 Gibron. TJ............................... 10 Grbion Jr. Milium W...................... 96 Greater. Rachel ............... 17.21.50.125 Gilev Neill. ........................... 125 Gilford. Dealer Far!.................. 125 Gillard. John F ...................... 45.79 Gillette. Suvan Dune ................. 67 Gilman.Jamrv Arnold ................... 125 Giktad. Droniv MiEurv ................. 12J Giordano. Liva Auguvta ............. 57. 125 Cirault. David Far!...................... 79 Gbw Valor ................... 50.59.57. 125 Otar . Ganger Reere...................... 67 Gbvatr. Linda ........................ 58.79 Glxlmao. David.......................... 105 Goebel Richard ........................... 2 Goldvtrie. Gerald ...................... 105 Goldurre. Alice .................... 45. 125 Gome , Carlo Heevey ................. 51.79 Gomrr. Laura Luota .......................67 Contain. Ftanchcu F...................... 67 Gnn alrx. Pat............................ J| Gon alrv. Rebecca ....................... 2 Gcwvalr . Rene............................67 Gunealec. Sergio........................ 125 Gnci ale . Vrmnk-a 1.................. 51.79 Goode, Steven I ......................... 96 Coudpavtor. liirntopher V ............... 79 Gcaudwin. All .......................... 10 Gcirdnj. David ..................... 57. 125 Gordon. Steven Jamrv ................... 125 Corjalj. Anuradha ...................... 125 Goemly. Bernadctie ..................... 112 Catcher Jr. Herman C.................... 105 Grabee. Stewart C ....................... 79 Crime. Walt ..............................45 Crime, "'alter Leroy ................... 125 Gragi u. Lino A ..................8. 51. 97 Grant. Julian Andrew.............. 27.57.125 Gravev. Amr Beth ............... 56. 57. 125 Greene. Clcrtn S...................... 50.79 Greer. Laura Gay ........................ 79 Crewe. C. Rrbbv ......................... 51 GrraeJ'.Charlev Rrbvtcwl ............... 125 Collin. Yolanda Renee .................. 125 Grivtuwi. Pam............................ IM Gmrarvrld. lee D......................... 79 Groatmaa. David ......................... 16 Crourjnn. Lavorne ....................... 26 Grover. Steven F ................ 47.48. 125 Gurrra. Anna ....................... 51,125 CuiBory. Phjttaa Ann ................. 45.79 Gurtrrrr . 5'tola ....................... 18 Guitierre . Luiv A ...................... 46 Gunn. David 1........................... 107 Gunnell. Brel R ......................... 79 Gunter. Chrivtae..................— .. 21 Guvly.Suaan ...................... .. 59.6 Guliettrc. Viola ....................... Ill Gutirrrre jball, lad Ant,mu ............ 57 H Hall Phifcp land .................. 21.26.40.45 Hail Ifiownav Ixwiiv ...................... 125 IMperin. Ennt A............................. 79 Malprrn. David Grant........................ 79 Hatpem. Sanaa Gail ........................ 125 llaaer. Catherine J ..................... 45.68 llaraikoi. lui uita A ............ 45.90.91.108 Hamilton. Robrrt W'..........................97 Hammer. Brian K ............... 46. 57. 125 Hamilton. Andre ........................... 105 Hampton. WuHi Mi cll ..................... 125 llaratucl. Kmt Jamrv........... 16. 46. 125 llamen. Mkkiaei D........................... 79 llaimoo. David Robert ..................... 125 llarmai. Joel................................21 Harbin. Dana I .................... 58. 125 Hardin . Srcwr I............................ 79 llardhotv Suvan Rente.............. 50. 79 Hardy. Lrvbr Mowu ....................... 50.79 llarnu. Tim ................................. 2 Hatred. Robert S .......................... 105 Hamtaieton. F lctl F ...................... 105 Harna. John ....................... 16. 125 HamsUoettell ..................... 17.55.46.125 llimv Richard F............................. 47 Harna. 5'nlanda ........................... 50 llarnav. William Matthrw..................90.91 llauon. Ralph .............................. 17 llaaahurw. Gerald F..........................80 Hayrwnti. Bn tut a K ...................... 125 Ha ri. j Patncfc ......................... 4.9 lla rbna. Peter M ............. 27. 58. 125 lla rn. 5’incr ............................. 17 Heicrt. KivaJararr ........................ 125 Hrlhrtg. K.bb Inch.......................... 80 Hrlincamp, Carrir .......................... 45 Hrtmc, Our lev Rnbrrl...................... 125 Hrima. DaiUJ ............................... 24 Hcmpbill. Jamrv............................. 21 llendncks Kevm Alexander .................. 125 Hmrcrati. Matthew B......................... 80 HcniBjure. Vnunaca ........................ 125 Mrnign. ILarlan Grne ...................... 126 Herman. Paul Ira...................... 52.54.80 llmundr . Cyotfc A................. SI. 80 Herrin . W.lliam K ...................... 50.68 llrrvhev. Patli............................. 46 llryrr. Hilium M............................ 80 Hicxinv-Gre orv Marne ..................... 126 IlilTsicfanie Uiarar ...................... 126 llinra. Jamev K.......................... 40.50 Hinrman. Kevm M ............................ 80 Hill. Gernorr p ........................ 58.126 HochMder. Came B ........................... 68 llud rv. Glen Aim ......................... 126 lliwrilrii. Marie ......................... 109 Hnilman. tamnie ............................ 17 IMIman. Lonny Jacob............. 47.48. 126 lludman. MarimJ ......................... 17.68 IMIman. Ifatwnav M ...................... 46.68 Moorland. Jorwu Kat .......... .... 46. 68 Holland. Kathryn K ...................... 55.46 Hollenbeck. Richard R........................80 Holliday. Dancrir Su annr................... 45 Holliday. Lynn ............................. 84 HoainRrrJcneph K ......................... 68 lldmc-t. Chrivopbcr William................ 125 II. . Kenneth Ilu h ........................ 80 Hooka. David Daniel ........... 51. 58. 126 Mmprr. Cynthaa Rene .........................80 llopp. Krivtw F............................. 21 Moran. Jennifer I a mite ...... 47. 48. 49. 126 lloiloril laxa Suonar............. 58. 126 HiupJr. Kenneth I.......................... 105 lloantnn. Jaer A ............................80 Howard. Diana Lyn ...........................68 Howry. Randy ............................... 16 Hu. lienry Ta Oiun ....................... 90 Hubbard, la lorry a Kaye .................. 126 llucUbv. Hannah D............................68 Hud...: CreRory S........................... 80 llurr I. INrtrrrh Fdiuril ................. 127 llurui. Darvd ........................... 16.21 Mure. Milium O...............................97 llunrlr. Gaud .............................. 27 Hunirr. lawri l ......................... 56.80 Huntrr. Rhivb Kayr ..........................80 Hurt. Angela Orivtue..................... 25.68 IIuuiv Brenda S............................. 46 Hunhiwxi. Kay Baalry ........................24 llution. Danxara.......................... 45 llyder Jr. Flton M ..........................24 llymrl, Mo.u 1................. 46. 58. 126 Hyun. Jenny Jarevan .........................25 Intellrctual law Society ................... I Met national law Societr ..................... Irwin. Drbra................................. 17 Ivlav iJt ................................... 4) Ivaacharolf. Samuel ...................... 21.97 Haggard. Catherine ...................... 108 IIagin, larvlie J ............... 27. 46. 125 Hann. Chrntophet H........................ 57 Haanev Pairkl Kuel ...................... 125 Halbert. Andrea Carolyn ................. 125 Hale. Jeff ............................ 16.50 Hall. April Lynne........................ 125 Hall. Donna Yyettc.........................68 I J arLwm. Ihmaid D .... arkarm.Julaa ......... aclwm. Michael L ..... ac Lwm. Sonya ........ acilb. Marl Andrew ... amev. John OirntcpheT ammrr. Brun K ........ Je« .....46 17.21.50 56. 47.68 ......2 .....80 .....80 ---- 126 17 amen.Jeffrey A ............................68 anyven. JohnJmrph ........................ JS arrard. Stephen I)..................... 59.68 cehow. Sladtwxi David ................... | 6 inv Carolyn.......................... 125 enlv. Janice Maxine ..................... |2S etwen. (iail Ann ......................... go erevluw. Steve ........................... Si eu. Marian C.............................. 81 nr . Juan Manuel..................... 126 •■hartwxi. David S .................... 68 ohamon. Stanley ....................... 21.96 obnven. Chmttiplter N ................. |26 obtmKi. Biun lee ..........................68 nhanon. Btu. r Alan .................... 81 otiiHMi. Cahm II ..........................97 nhnvon. (airwin M' .....................98 ohanoo. Kamrron D .... 17. SO. SO. 58. 126 nhanon. Krna ............................. 55 ohnum. Kinay Ann.......................... 58 oh—on. Nathan Matthew .................... 45 ohtiwMi. R Scull...........................g| onrv. Annette .................. 45. 108. 115 anew. Mirharl ....................... 45. 126 V Rtthafd Iwiwwhy ................... 126 otvev Rob ................................ 52 v Rtdwrta ....................... 55. 126 onrv TTmaxav ............................. 46 vMihunC ................. 44.46.51. 126 vjr. Franllm.......................... 24 oadan. Cathy Lee ........................ 105 nrctan. Ihrl Matthew ................ 27. 58. 126 laare . Jacinto Pabk. .................... 69 ware . Mehvu ............................ 126 K habin. Mila......... Kahn. Amy Lynn ... Kiref. Chtivtwu Lee Ka ra. Manny ....... Kaplan. JHI ........ Kaplan. Jc4lrry..... Kavhar. Gary ...... Kauathi. Mura laane Karen. Bartura ......81 ......81 ......69 21.41.42 17.50 .. 16. 126 ......21 ...... 126 ...... 105 Keene. Marl Abn .................... 58. 126 Keeton. M Page ...........................99 Keller. Brun 5kShane ................... 126 Krlty. Andrea Inn ...................... 25.69 Kelly. Dee J ............................ 24 Kelly. Jaciparlinr Beatrice............. 125 Kennedy. Pete ........................... 17 Krrmry. NwhobvJ ......................... 81 Kerlick. I Ray 81 Khutmg. Quyen II .................... 58.126 Ktght. |ohn Charier .................... 126 Kuachnv Juhn Brnyanaan .................. 81 Knag. Brenda l 45. 46. 50. 69 Knag. John R .............................69 Knag. Krtvtir G.......................... 81 Knlrry. Shawn............................. 46 Kivrt. kath, Pant Kn miller. Ann f. ...... Kleinwbtmdt. Brine lee KUnlrr.Jeffrey Craig ... Knaghr.JidinC.......... Kocraaa. Greg .......... Kn imtev lamnir I. IIS 17. 25. 46 ..... 107 ..... 126 ...... 46 ...... 17 59 Ibhi. I rum Amma .......................68 Ingraham. Kathryn D ... ........... 46. 68 Ingram, Brun........................... 21 Kuhnlr. Fcncvt M' ................... 46.69 K cwi. Steve ............................ 2 K'wwwh. Janarv Glenn................... 126 Kralt. I odd Allen ..................... Vi Kramer. Juiw Ann ...................... 126 Kr jue. Jtm Antfwmy .................... 81 Krenck. Sue A ....................... 55.81 Krrt chmar. Peter C ................... 105 Krumhol . Rwhard Samion ............... 126 Kulliarr. Mary Lynn..................... I» Kiavter. Marl hriuopher 59. 126 1992 Peregrinus Yearbook Index — 115Kyle. I Komar Harlan ... 81 Iain. Jacqueline F........ laird. Ixcrl C ........... Pillitk ...... Linbxh. Rrlrui ........... lanra.iee.Jamr Riddle---- langAra. A .hie. Page .... Laan. Kom Juki ........... laocg. ........... tamer. truil ...... Lapin. Richard ........... Laughlm. Mark Collin...... lav School F.otndation .... lau Wrrk (immurr ......... taulre. Lnlir Ann......... Lawyer Omiun Frikmhap la)OKk Dougb.............. Lizard. Ballot z M........ lx Uncut. Ntcedr T........ Ictmn .l Leon ............ 1-eOcrq, frtru R ......... l r, h)Ui Wintlwir ....... lxe, Ib id ............... lxe. W Da.id ............. LrHingucll. Angel ........ Lrul Jtnrjrah Buard ...... Inlnkr. lee M............. Lnwm. (Am ................ Letning, Gregocy.......... Lev. Manila Ann........... Lrai. Jrioph ............. Leonard. Darrell Scolt.... Inin . Strflka S ......... Loitno. Sluait L ......... In), tnr S ............... Lecy. M Raphael .......... Lon. FiUir................ Lrun. Jonathan Ik ........ Inn. I tu ................ Lnn, Randall Scoct........ Lr) »dnlirr. Fiirid Koin . Li. Mine Gir« ............ I inlrcke. lee............ Lina. Arthur ............. Lander. Mara Co........... Unde), Chrnaophrr F....... lapchak. Owar Valdez ..... Lipmvki. I Kama. M........ Ijppenao. Joanna Rac...... Ltpihi. Mare Inn ......... Line. Joe ................ little. Dated Idward ..... Laltlr. Jack Wane ........ Ldtlr.Jaarph ............. 1 Jam . Rod Ur .......... Lamm. Robert I lamer .... Loti Ml. Carofe........... London. Alnr Oppmlmn .. Loaf. Flna Ann ........... Long. Wallet Cromer....... Lafea. Vrphrn Idnard .... Lrfea, Rom................ Ixnh. Karen . . .......... Ixxtmann. A tree.......... Lone. Rrfaae.............. Lotekl. Tamara C.......... Low. Gdbrtt I............. Lame. Damian Joy ......... Lame. Sandra flam Walker Lmr. Sandra FJaute ....... Lontrantr. Onnlaqatarr A ... Inwrance. Dim Andrea ... SB:::::::::::::: Laadauk. Kell, Duane ..... Luna. Guadalupe T ........ Laame). Stiac.ru Jan ..... Lutfur. Raul Ihotru....... Lynn, t hnei Sruct........ Lrinv Jano Ofrian......... I-Jtva. Mall ............. Lyum. Michael Stephen .... Lyom. Sean Michael......... ..... 81 ..... 56 ... 59. 126 21.59. 126 ...... 126 ....... 81 ...... 125 ....... 16 ...... 69 ....... 81 ...... 125 ............ 24 ....... 42 ............ 46 ....... 56 .....8.90 .. 27.126 ....... 81 ............ 98 ....... 98 ............ 9 ............ 46 ..... 69 .......... 24 ............ 57 ....... 82 .......... 27 .... 21.69 ....... 81 ............ 17 ...... 125 . 27. 126 ............ 47 ... 50. 126 ....... 81 ......... 46 ............ 47 ............ 17 ...... 125 ...... 126 ....... 81 ... 21.41 ...... 125 ... 59.126 .........69 ...... 126 .......82 .......82 ...... 126 ....... 16 ...... 126 ...... 126 ... 21.126 .........46 ...... 125 ... 21.126 ...... 105 .... 25.46 ....... 82 ... 59. 126 27.51. 126 ____ 58.82 ...... no .......21 .... 26.54 .........24 .......82 ...... 125 ........ 59 ...... 126 .... 44.59 .........44 ...... 105 ...... 126 ...... 105 ........ 45 ...... 126 .......82 ...... 126 .........69 ... 59. 126 .......82 Ma. 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I ohm Ijk..................... 70 Ohaon. Jennifer Thortten ..... 47.48.49 Oppmheim. Alite ................... 105 Orgam. II D ........................ 24 Orgamralmm ......................... 22 On. Outlet George .................. 47 Onega. Mike Ritrra............... 51.85 Overall . Maryann ................. 126 Overtime. Adrian M................. 105 Own. Rehrrt........................ 105 Owens Kmnrth Dale................... 70 Otford. Larry Brian ............... 126 P Padfold. Abn Bartlett 126 Paige. RumtII O 54. 8$ Painter. FJiraheth 11 11 126 Painlon. Runrll 52 Pabcmc. Frnm Cantu 126 Palmer. Margaret Ruth 125 Panin. Vann. D 17.21.46.60.126 Parthaian. Laura 2. 85 Ranch Catherine 1 89 Parker.MahaH M 16.17.27 Parker Jr. Jooph C Patkv Jennifer M 105 46.60. 125 Patwe.r, Janiec 1 » Patt-ei. Him J 92. 96 Pact hal. Fvangeline C 85 Pamoan. Drema J 0.91 Patten. Gene Harln 89 44.61.126 Paltetyoo. Ian 105 Patten.mi. lira 104 Patna in. Sheila Rme 25 Pauhon. Lava . . 57. IT-. Pay an. 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