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

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  1993 PEREGRINUS The University of Texas School of Law Volume 43 Austin, Texas Table of Contents Features...................3 Organizations.............22 Students..................50 Faculty...................92 Staff...... Index ..... Sponsors . . Advertising 110 116 120 122 Tabic of Comenu —1993 PEREGRINUS STAFF Contributing Editors Maddic Boyer Chris Eggleston Laura Parchman Editor-in-Chief Karen Adams Assistant Editor Jerry R. Thompson Supervisor of Yearbooks Mary Felps Yearbook Assistant Clayton Brantly Darkroom Foreman Joseph Esparza David Garza Edward Guzman Gail Jensen Sue Krenek James Martinez Sandy Mindcrhout Robert Eric Riojas Photographers George Bridges James Brush Ali Cate Marc Garcia Rebecca Gonales Travis Higdon Brian Jackson Annclics Schlickcnreidcr Laura Skelding Brad Smith John Thomas CmgrUvulgii FRONT ROW: Sue Krenek. Karen Adams. Sandy Mindcrhout. BACK ROW: Chris Eggleston. Joe Esparza. Laura Parchman. David Garza. 2 — Staff PageThe Legend of the Peregrinus The Peregrinus, patron saint of The University of Texas .School of I .aw, had its beginning in the Equity class taught by Judge W. S. Simpkins in 1918. Here’s the way Simkins told the story: “Many years ago I was trying to explain to the class in Equity the origin of the system in Rome and the source of equity in the Roman Empire. At that time, fledglings just from the high schools were admitted to the Law School. Many of them had never heard of the Roman Empire, and not a few spelled cow with a “K.” “Well, 1 explained to them that when Rome conquered a nation it was incorporated into the Roman Empire — that the Roman citizen was not subject to the laws of these incorporated nations — that in due course commerce sprang up between the citizens of Rome and barbaric nations, and there was no law to determine and settle their con- tractural relations. The Roman Emper-ior, to settle the troubles arising out of the fact that there was no law applicable to control their contracts, appointed a Praetor or chancellor to travel among those nations and to settle all disputes without reference to the laws of Rome, or of the incorporated nations, but to do justice and decide all disputes, alone by the conscience of the Praetor. Peregrinating from one nation to the other, he was called the Praetor Peregrinus. “The boneheads of the class evidently thought that Peregrinus was an internal organ of the body for they continually greeted each other with ‘How’s your Peregrinus today?’ This fact seems to have developed the humorous side of the incident, and Russell Savage developed a concrete expression of it on the blackboard and thus the tradition begin.'' While various descriptions have been given over the years of the Peregrinus, Julien Elfenbein, editor of the 1918 Cactus, got his description from Simkins of the original Peregrinus: “Perry is a creature of Equity. With his enormous tail he brushes aside all technicalities in favor of Justice. With the long pointed beak, he delves into the intricacies of the relevant and the irrelevant for the Truth. On his left forefoot is the Irish’s ditcher’s boot, confessing his membership in the rank and file. He puts his ‘right foot foremost’ and it is adorned with an expensive ‘Stacy Adam’ shoe (evidently a lot of force in 1918). The boxing gloves (on the hind feet) back up the law and Equity. His eye is all-seeing and his line head is crowned with the white cap of Truth.’’ Simkins also explained that Perry’s arched back, in the attitude of springing, indicates that the law is ever ready to protect the right or prevent wrong. The I-cgcnd of the Pcrcgriiiu — 3Portrait: Charles Alan Wright One only has to enter Charles Alan Wright’s office to get a feel for what presence this well-renowned professor brings to The University of Texas at Austin School of Law. The walls of his office leave little room for decorations as they arc already adorned wilh the numerous awards and achievements given him over the years. These accolades not only dictate the career of one of the most respected legal scholars in the country, they also make a statement of what one’s passion for the law can achieve. You don’t, however, have to go to his fourth floor office to become familiar with his influence on the legal community. For one thing, if you go to any law library and ask for assistance on a federal civil procedure question, you will most likely be directed to Wright and Miller texts on civil procedure. These legal texts virtually make federal civil procedure synonymous with Wright’s name. If you open any West Publishing casebook you will find an advisory board listing for the casebook series which includes Professor Wright’s name among twelve of the most respected legal acadcniians. Additionally, if you know anything about the football scene at The University, you probably know about the most successful football team in Texas, the famous Legal Eagles, an intramural football team consisting of law students. This team has established a winning tradition that has flourished since Professor Wright took the reins as head coach 38 years ago. Finally, one only has to listen to the conversations of most law students who have taken Professor Wright for Federal Courts, Remedies or Constitutional Law to really understand the respect his classes draw. Originally from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Professor Wright’s travels have taken him to various points across the country. When he graduated from by David Garza Wesleyan College at the young age of nineteen in 1947, he was not quite sure what path he was going to follow. After receiving advice from a government professor at Wesleyan and witnessing numerous friends going off to study law. Professor Wright realized law was a field he had found very interesting. As a result, he attended law school at Yale University and after only the first few weeks of school was very excited in his choice to pursue a legal career. Upon graduation, he immediately began a clerkship with Judge Charles E. Clark of the United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. Once this clerkship ended in 1950, he went directly into teaching at The University of Minnesota where he remained until 1955. Around that time, Professor Wright was invited to The University of Texas School of law as a visiting professor by long-time Texas faculty member Jerry Williams, a professor who later became a judge on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. Professor Wright liked Austin as soon as he began teaching at UT. At the end of his first semester he accepted a full lime faculty position offered by Page Keeton, dean of the Law School at that time. To this day, Professor Wright continues his teachings at The University and currently holds the William B. Bates Chair for the Administration of Justice. Looking back at his career. Professor Wright considers his successful participation in the United States Supreme Court case of San Antonio Independent School Dutrict v. Rodriguez to be his most memorable professional achievement. “My friends thought I had no chance at all in the case,” reflected Wright., "but I still won the case in a 5-4 decision which gives an indication of the quality of the advocacy needed to have that successful outcome.’’ To date, Wright has argued twelve cases before the United States Supreme Court and still many more before courts of appeals and various state supreme courts. The demand for his legal instruction has not been limited to Texas. Professor Wright has taught as a visiting professor at such esteemed institutions as Yale, Harvard, Michigan, and The University of Pennsylvania. His teaching prowess has also brought him foreign acclaim, as he has also held teaching positions at prestigious British universities — most notably, The University of Cambridge and The University of Kent at Canterbury. Indeed, the subtlety of his intellect and his grasp of the law is such that he was consulted by counsel for the President of the United ' States in 1973. Of the many honors that he has received over the years, one that Professor Wright holds in high regard was his being recognized in March of 1989 with a Texas Law Week dedication. Also in 1989, Professor Wright was distinguished with the Fellows Research Award from the Fellows of the American Bar Foundation. This prestigious award is given once a year to individuals for a lifetime of excellence in research. More recently, he was honored in the spring of 1992 by the Espiscopal Theological Seminary of the Southwest in Austin which presented him with an honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degree. With all the awards and achievements, Professor Wright attributes much of his success to the simple formula of both hard work and efficiency. In particular. Professor Wright states that he has “an uncanny memory for remembering cases and their cites" and “an ability to work very quickly." Though active in outside cases, Professor Wright’s first passion remains to be teaching. One of his favorite teaching memories involved a student he once had in one of his federal courts classes in the mid-70s. In particular, he 4 — Charles Alan Wrightwas at that time teaching a 1966 ease which he had been teaching for many years. It was a case on which he had written several opinions. During that particular class, one of his students posed a question to him that had never been asked previously. He in his years of lecturing on that case had never heard anyone pose such a fresh and unique question. In fact, he knew that other legal commentators had not posed such a question nor discussed it in that same context. It is these same fresh perspectives and sharp questions that keep the study of law challenging and keep Professor Charles Alan Wright in the classroom. As Professor Wright notes, “There are so many bright young men and women out there and they think of things that no one has ever thought about in the past." “A professor can’t just sit back on tired old notes. I know I am going to be challenged by very bright minds in the classroom,” Wright said. Professor Wright continues to teach at The University and plans to continue in this endeavor in his near future. In May, Professor Wright also plans on assuming the role of President of the American Law Institute, a position he hopes to maintain until the beginning of the next century. In addition to these C rgi Bniftt vocations. Professor Wright still aspires to add more books to his distinguished library of publications. When asked in retrospect if he would have changed anything in his career or pursued a different path. Professor Wright responded “I love teaching and I believe I have the best possible job. I can teach, which I enjoy immensely and I can write books, which I find very pleasant and exciting and I can participate in outside cases, which gives me a competitive clement.” Most importantly, Professor Wright enjoys doing all of this at The University. We at The University of Texas School of Law are very glad he feels that way. Charles Alan Wright — 5FALL EX-PARTE Following in the long tradition of annual drunken Law School parties. Fall Ex-Parte was a huge success this year. The Student Bar Association returned to a I lalloween Costume theme for the all-school bash held at a vacant club on 6th Street on Oct. 30. Tickets were $7 for a buffet and all the beer and wine you could chug. From 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. over 780 law students crowded into the club for drinking, dancing, etc. (the definition of “etc.” changed depending on how much drinking and dancing you had done.) Inside the club was a DJ. bar and buffet. Outside a band played live music to a packed dance floor. Revellers drank and danced the night away. A concentric circle, anti-gravity, sure-fire hurl machine was located outside the club which, combined with the free-flowing brew inside, could have gotten ugly. Yet, the only real harm was intoxicated first year law students mangling tort law in an attempt to access the potential liability involved. The costumes ranged from the traditional to the bizarre. You may have seen flappers, bobby soxers, sheriffs, devils, Trekkies, Little Red Riding Hood, cattle, and Lady Godiva with a bathrobe (at least she had it on early in the evening.) Also memorable were several blood dripping vampires claiming to be personal injury attorneys. Student Bar Association Marlon Doerre (third year representative). Katherine Duff (president) and Manny Kalra (treasurer planned the festivities and ran into only minor problems. A menacing forecast required that a large tent be erected at the last minute (the choice was between that and buying more kegs so no one would notice.) Also, there was the minor problem of almost having the party shut down by the I'cxas Alcoholic Beverage Commission with a possible trip to the slammer because of confusion over the necessary alcohol permits. With the threat of 800 stressed-out, thirsty law students showing up in fifteen minutes, SBA members quickly filled out temporary permits and the party went ahead as planned. Pkou hj Amnrlm SiMalnn 6 — Fall Kx-PartcFall Ex-Parte 7Criminal Defense Clinic Starts 20th Year by Robert Riojas For twenty years the Criminal Defense Clinic has afforded students with an opportunity to practice firsthand the workings of the Texas criminal justice system, giving future attorneys practical courtroom experience as they consult and represent actual defendants charged with misdemeanor crimes. In addition, the Clinic serves a real-world need by providing indigent defendants free legal counsel which they could not otherwise afford. According to Professor Robert O. Dawson, director, the Criminal Defense Clinic was started to fill the gap between practical knowledge and that which was being taught in law schools. Law students were simply unskilled in terms of realistic applications of their legal knowledge. The structure of the Clinic serves to fill this gap. The Criminal Defense Clinic has two components: first, a classroom instruction taught by four supervising attorneys and second, actual representation of clients involving interviewing, investigation, negotiation. A significant bonus comes in the form of real courtroom contact. Clients are assigned to the Clinic on the recommendation of judges, primarily sitting in Travis County. Professor Dawson stresses the educational justification of the Clinic and notes that students are provided a mix of cases including DWIs, as- saults, and thefts. Students taking the Clinic in the fall or spring receive six credits; those taking the Clinic in the summer receive five. Another attractive feature of the Clinic is its grading. The course is pass-fail and there is no paper or examination. Students in the course receive a Student Bar Card which allows them to actually litigate in the courtroom. The supervising attorneys, although required to be present in adversarial proceedings, play only an observational role. The Clinic is open to all students, regardless of grades, who have completed at least 45 hours of law school and who demonstrate an interest in criminal law. 8 — Criminal Defease ClinicTexas Invitational Mock Trial Tournament This fall, the University of Texas School of Law once again proved its commitment to the advancement of trial advocacy skills by sponsoring the First Annual Texas Invitational Mock Trial Tournament. Traditionally, UT students had participated in the Thclcn, Marrin, Johnson and Bridges Intcrscholastic Mock Trial Competition in the fall. The fall of 1991, however, was the last year that competition was held, so the UT Board of Advocates stepped in to fill the gap. The Texas Invitational Tournament will be held in the fall of each coming year at the University of Texas. It is a statewide tournament and all Texas law schools are invited to participate. This first year of the competition was extremely successful, drawing teams from all across Texas including Baylor University, the University of Houston, South Texas, Southern Methodist University, Texas Wesleyan University and, of course, the University of'Texas. All of the schools sent two teams each, so it by Laura Parchman was quite a turnout. The University of Texas prepared two teams of both second- and third-year law students. Michael Ramirez, Sally Starnes, Mike Ortega and Elizabeth Camarillo represented UT on Team One, and Robert May, Kim Deck, Tracy Sneed and William Heyer were on Team Two. Each team member had an opportunity to compete as an advocate, with one pair always acting as plaintiffs attorneys, and one pair as defense attorneys. When not acting as advocates, team members witnessed for each other, making each stage of the competition a true team effort. Alternates for the tournament competition were Sandra Garza and Matthew Hcn-neman, who are both members of the Board of Advocates. This year’s tournament was held the weekend of November 13-15, 1992. Upon arriving in town, the teams had a chance to meet with each other and talk about the upcoming competition at a small reception held in the Main Lobby of the UT Law School. The next day, the competition began with three preliminary rounds. Each team had a chance to compete three times, and four teams went on to the semi-final round after reseeding from the preliminary rounds. Teams from Baylor University and the University of Houston went on to the final round, where Baylor took the First Annual Texas Invitational trophy despite fierce competition from Houston. UT team members vow to take the trophy in next year’s Texas Invitational. Pkttot An IKcmj, Texas Invitational Mock Trial — 9BOARD OF ADVOCATES MOCK TRIAL COMPETITIONS Carl W. H ilton Endowed Fall Fall Mock Trial Competition (Frelontti bj Gardrre Sc Wynne) Seed Cole .• Wiiium Meter Beat Advocate: William I lever VUI. Hamilton. Koch Knox Endowed Fall Senior Mock Trial Da.vd Code David Hugm Beat Advocate: Uavid I login l-ocke Purnell Rain Harrell Endowed Spring Novice Mock Trial Competition Damei Herlnl A- Steven Cmber Beat Advocate: Monel llerink Slraahurger It Price Endowed Spring Senior Meek Trial Alan Barnet Sc Sally Starnea Ben Advocate: Alan Barnet INTERSCIIOLASTIC TEAMS MOCK TRIAL TEAMS Tcxaa Invitational laleracholaatic Mock Trial Tram Tmm V it Kiel Ramirer Sally Starnet Rlatclh Camarillo Mike Ortega Tran 2 Kimberly Deck Rcbcrt May WiUiari lleyer T racy Seeed Altmaut $a-xlra Cam Matt Mennetnan Coach: Jeffrey Thootpton American Journal of Criminal Lou Criminal lav. Mock Trial Michael Rodrigucc Sc Glen Greene Beat Advocate: Michael Rodrigue BOA APPELLATE COMPETITIONS Gibb. Sc Ratliff Endowed Fall Mooc Court N. Reid Ncutrilrt Sc Chria Brown Beat Advocate: h nrat Vi. Kohnke Bcvc Brief: Rich llarrit Don Harvey Suvman Godfrey Endowed Spring Mont Conn 1-oei Lin Kim Shull Hear Advocate: Kim Shultz Beat Beef: loci EU» Sc Kim Shulu I had T. Ilutchecon Endowed Fcruhlaw Moot Court Competition Section I: Jerome Swindell Section 2: Jamea Baker Section J: Michael Smgley Section 4: Phibp I'raitunci Section y Drew Ford BOA ADVOCACY COMPETITIONS Alternate Ditpuir Revolution Competition Ron Rodiigur It Mike Oftrga Client Cnunvrling Competition Kathleen Bone Sc Chrntine Burgrtt Voir Dire predion Dan Gurwitz Sc Shawn Kirkaey Negotiation Competition David Geneder Sc George Roach National Mock Trial Inn Spurouacd by Jcmcv. Jonca Sc Curry and M right Sc Greenhill Tmm I Alan Banna Elizabeth Camarillo Michael Ramirer Tmm 2 Cathy Potter Jeff tfale Alirrmla Elizabeth Camarillo Carolnvr IXi ier Mrttill Coochea: Scott it Beth O mun AT LA Mock 1 rial learn Sponsored by Donald L. Davit Teen Shawn Kirktey Robert May Mike Ortega Sally Scarnrt Regional Scmiliixalnti Tmm 2 Ruby Holton Nicole Batin Matt Itenneman William lleyer Regional Semifinjl .tr. Coach: Randy I lowry Tournament of Champion. Tram Spontorcd by Cow lev k Ihonpon Cathy Fatter Jeff Hale Robert May Caroline Dozier Merrill Michael Ramirez Cctachea: Beth Sc Scott Orrvun • Beat Witnett 10 — Mock TrialMOOT COURT TEAMS Ccocbrs: Gicg Ellis Sc Maiiannr bln ABA Moot Court Train Sponsored by Kayser Foundation awl Tort tc Compensation Subsection. l-il gallon Section of the Stale Bar of Ton Aeon I Debra Irwin Joy Thotnai Kevin Yankotrsky Regional Quarter! irulists Turn 2 Cindy Olson Hour land Turn Moynihan Jason Wakefield Coicbn: Gieg Ellis tc Laura Lpchurch Frederick Dougins Moot Court Tom Sponsored by Joe Jamall Julia Jackson Dawnila Wilson Tram 2 Sandra Carpenter Joy Tirana • Regional Flnaliut Miiha Buford Byron Purcell Coach: JrfT Sands Best Adsocatc at Regional Philip C. Jessup International Moot Court Tran Brun Allen Richard Bellcr • Jim Gibson Greg Naarden Jennifer Nugent • Cooch: Charles A. Spain Jr. • Beu Advocate John Marshall Moot Court Team Ginger GlaU Joy Thomas Kesin Yankowskv Alternate: Spencer Yu Octofinalists Conches: Greg Ellas Marianne Baker National Latino Law Students Association Moot Court Team Derek Adame Bill Stanford National Champions Coach: Marianne Baker National Moot Court Team Sponsored by (earn. Dougherty. Ilraroo A- Moody Cindy Ohon Bourland Deo : e Nance Jason Wakefield Regional Sctnilinalists Pace L'nisersaly Environmental Law Moot Court Team Sponsored by Falbright Jaworski Greg Hudson Greg Mathis John Newman Carr Coach: J.B. Ruhl Giles Sutherland Rich Intellectual Propeny Moot Court Team Sponsored by Motorola. Itsr. Charles Berk man Derek Carlisle Regional Scmiliruhsti Coach: Greg Hamilton State Bar Moot Court Team Summer 1993 Bob DcCarfi Vince Hiten • Debra Irwin Coach: MichaH Diehl • Second Best Advocate Robert F. Wagner. Sr. Labor Law Moot Court Team Sponsored by Matthews Jc Branscomb Ginger Glatr James Martinet Satan ne TetrlafT Coach: Lana Varney Products Liability Moot Court Tram Cindy Bullock Disk! Grossman Song Pak • Coach. Marianne Baker Sc Greg Hits • Second Best Advocate ADVOCACY TEAMS ABA Negotiation Tram Trass David Genericr George Roach Turn 2 John Fdmorals tc Dan Guess 5lh at Regional Coach: Ralph Hassuei Alternative Dispute Resolution Team Turn I Ron Rodrigue Mike Ortega r«n 2 Tandynn Woodard tc Michelle Washington Client Counseling Team Kathleen Bone A- Christine Bargees Regional Fmanhtu Moot Court — 11Bachelors of Law: The Honest Truth Scene: 606 Bar (3) Trinity 6th Street. BOL night. Zoom in to the singles in the corner (or 85% of the singles present). Their conversation goes something like this: Him: “So...” (Say something cool, c’mon man, impress her—Think!) “What’s your major?” (Swish.) Her: “Communications." (On three, hair toss.. .3,2,1. Now!) Him: (Sure, like you need a degree for that.) “Really? That’s very interesting.” (Like I give a damn. Sound smooth, educated! You don’t want to bore her.. .God, what legs! How’s my breath? Hell, I’m in law school and she knows it. Forget my breath.) Her: "Are you okay?” (What’s that smell? Did I step in something?) Him: (I am so cool.) Hen “Hello?!?" (God, please kill me now, there’s no where to run!) "Can you hear me?” Him: "Oh, uh..sure. I was merely trying to ponder exactly what your degree choice entailed." (Quick! Flash those pearly whites. Big smile! Oh, yeah.) Her: “Yeah, well it was nice talking to you. (Dork. I thought gold chains went out in the ’70s). ”1 think my ride is leaving, I don't want to be late.” Him: "Late for what?” Her: “For whatever.” She departs. Him: (Must have been too much man for her. Her loss, she’ll be back!) “So, do you come here often?” And so it goes for the worst case scenario. Granted, the conversations aren't all that bad, but some do their best to get there. Men — if no woman has ever given you the “Heisman” at least once in your life, you should get out more. Still, you’re in law school now, you’ve struggled and you’ve worked hard. Now it’s time to play hard. To the tunc of fifty dollars a semester there’s a certain law school organization that might be able to help you find Ms. Right, or at the very least, Ms. RightNow. The Bachelors of Law is an unofficial law school organization with an infa- mous reputation. It can be legitimately said that they sponsor social gatherings for the purpose of meeting new people and fostering new relationships. It can also be legitimately said that I want to be in a hot tub with Julia Roberts, but let’s get freakin’ realistic! What sounds great in theory suffers in practice as anxious, fit-to-burst (Do you sense a theme here?) law students are herded into a pre-selected bar to “mix” with, and I quote from the fictitious flyer, “.. .a bevy of beautiful women, the finest UT sororities have to offer. In reality, many of the “women” present at these functions are not old enough to purchase their own liquor. (Query: Don’we have laws in this state about this sort of thing?) Like something out of a GAP commercial or a Darren Star series, participants walk and clump together in groups as fizzed heads bounce in unison whenever the conversation hits a verb. The atmosphere reminds one of some sort of hormonal job interview: resume, nice clothes, firm handshake, free flowing alcohol, glib speech, and elastic inhibitions. To be completely objective, however, one cannot fault the rationale behind BOL. Consider this: (1) You study law, talk law, hear law. UghO You want to gel away from people associated with the law school, naturally, so you join BOL to meet fresh faces who could care less about the “hairy hand.” (2) Many of the women in law school have boyfriends, are engaged, or are married. So you join BOL to meet pretty, single, uncomplicated women. There are probably more plausible reasons, but who cares? As with most things encountered in life, BOL is a phenomena that is good or bad depending on your perception. Rampant lasciviousness or socially conscientious visionaries — you be the judge. Either way, you have to give them credit. Honestly! With BOL, members win either way because not only docs your $50 contribution get you in the door and unlimited drinks (until the tab runs out), it also ensures the company of attractive women (at least for that party). So who cares if you strike out? For that night, that party, in your heart, you know you’re a winner. Scene: 606. Same night, same guy, different conversation. Hen “Excuse me?" (Please be better than that last yutz!) Him: “I said, do you come here often?" (You are mine. Oh, yes. You are mine.) Her: "Once in awhile, how about yourself?” (Decent clothes. No ring. What is that smell?) Him: “I go where the action is, baby.” Hen “Really." (Please! Like you’re a regular Indiana Jones.) Him: “Yeah, I remember when I was a Navy Seal...” Hen (And I’m a natural blond.) “A what?” Him: "You aren’t buying this, are you? Okay, I’ll be completely honest with you from here on out." Hen “Is that right?” (I could use another drink.) And thus the cycle continues on a near weekly basis as BOL members rendezvous with various sororities for the express purpose of..., er, social enlightenment. Founding their organization on the august principles of integrity, intimacy, and chivalry (not to mention alcohol), BOL arguably remains a law school tradition worthy of admiration. Himl: “Bartender! One screwdriver. (Sigh)" Him2: “What happened? Why did she take off?" Himl: “Aw.. .she caught me in a lie and the whole thing got kind of embarrassing." Him2: "No kidding? That's too bad, guy” Himl: “Yeah. How the hell was I supposed to know she’d want to see the Batcave?” Well, almost worthy. 12 — Bachelors of I .awgj — uoiinpossy iuuin|v •W""PVP5 Mtynty i u«u»«nus '«,«■■ V uipuy «ii«9 NOIXVIDOSSV INHmVI 25TH ANNUAL W. PAGE KEETON LAW WEEK Spring had come once again to the I.aw School — trees bloomed, birds sang, small fuzzy animals played in the breezeway and law professors were full of cheer... Well, not really, but I had you going there for a minute, didn’t I? Spring does, however, bring an annual event to the Law School that both students and faculty enjoy- Law Week. Law Week consists of seven days of unrestrained merriment, letting off steam after a long, dark winter. This year's Law Week was especially celebratory, since it marks 25 years of fun, sun and law students. The theme for this year was “The King of All Wild Things”, in honor of the fact that University of Texas law students are the rowdiest bunch around. Law Week began on Friday, Feb. 26 with the annual Casino Party and Jesse Dean Oliver Auction. The festivities were held at Carmelo’s, with an all-you-can-eat Italian buffet, beer, wine and gambling chips to be used at the various gaming tables. The auction followed, with prizes donated by law firms and professors, the proceeds going to a student emergency loan fund managed by the Student Bar Association. The rest of the week was kicked off on Monday with a pizza eating contest in the Tom Clark Lounge, followed by speeches in the afternoon. This year’s I .aw Week was dedicated to Professor David Sokolow and Admissions Director Rita Bohr. Judge William W:aync, Justice of the Eastern District of Texas also gave a speech on the life and legacy of former Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall. Tuesday brought more fun with the Law Week Film Festival and intellectual games in the Tom Clark Lounge. Wednesday continued the merriment with Dean Keeton’s Bar-B-Que and Race Ipsa Loquilor. Wednesday also saw the first of four performances by Assault and Flattery of this year's show — The Wizard of Lawz. At the close of Law Week, the SBA j sponsored a donut eating contest on Thursday. The Race Judicata ended the week with a bang, with teams of law students and a few professors beginning I the 5K at the Law School and ending at Eastwoods Park with a keg of beer for the participants. The T.J. Gibson ■ Awards Ceremony was the last event of | the day, with awards honoring students I and faculty for excellence. I«' UrUmf 14 — Law Weeklitert' BrUga UwnStMmg Rt r«a GtmiaUi Law Week — 1525 th Annual Page Keeton LAW WEEK FACULTY AWARDS Open Door Award Professor Tom Russell Texas Excellence Teaching Award Professor Steven Goode Kugle, Byrne Sc Alworth Ethics Teaching Award Professor Tom Evans STUDENT AWARDS Aggievt Aggie Award First Place — Phil Hall Second Place — Hector Longoria American Bar Association Award in Land Uae and Local Government Mark Taylor Baker Bolts Award Miguel Torres — Outstanding Freshlaw Warigia Bowman — Outstanding Midlaw Joy Thomas — Outstanding Senior Fernando Rodriguez- Midlaw making most Scholastic Progress Earl A. Brown Award Gregory Mathis Butler Sc Binion Award Derrick Boyd Jack Currey Award Stephen Mosley — Deserving Freshlaw Susan Hardison — Deserving Midiaw 1-avonne Grossman — Deserving Senior Ft. Worth Real Estate Council Award Outstanding in Advanced Real Estate Tina Livingston Fulbright Sc Jaworski Award Maria Ryan — Outstanding Freshlaw Sandra Carpenter — Outstanding Midlaw Jessica Bolger — Outstanding Senior Matt Henneman Midlaw who works Graves, Dougherty Award Outstanding in Property law Kevin McHarguc, Jason Bcrgniann, Gregory Thomas, Shelton Vaughan, Brennan Reilly, laura I-eszinske Griggs Harrison Award Outstanding in Product l iability Jonathan True love Ross Hemphill Award Oil and Gas Law Kelly Cope Wilson Herndon Award Outstanding in Antitrust Eric Unrein Ilildy's Cutback Award Captures Imagination. Humor and Respect of Faculty Katherine IKifF International Academy of Trial Lawyers Award Outstanding Senior in Courtroom Advocacy Michael Ramirez Johnson Sc Patton Award Deserving Part-Time Student Teny Bradshaw Law School Alumni Award Strengthened Relations With Alumni Arthur Navarro Liddell, Sapp Award Outstanding Leadership, Character and Service Glenn Greene National Lawyers Guild Award Values Human Rights Over Property Rights Katie Moss Neel, Hooper Sc Kalmans Award Outstanding in Labor I-aw Susanne TetzlalT, Amy Snodgrass Porter Sc Clements Award Outstanding in Evidence Kevin Duddlestcn. Joe Herbert, Maccy Rcasoncr, Sharon Ward Royiton, Ravzor Award Most Progress Since First Year John Janssen Student Bar Association Award Outstanding in Service Patrina L. Fowler Vinson Elkins Award Outstanding in Oil and Gas Kenton Johnson. Susan Kopccky West Publishing Award Outstanding Scholastic Achievement Erie Dixon, Susan Gusky. Gregory Lensing, N. Reid Ncureiter Gene Woodfin Award Promise of Futuie leadership Brenda D. King 16 — I-aw WeekLaw Week — 17 FALL SUNFLOWER CEREMONY Degrees Certified January 7, 1993 DOCTOR OF JURISPRUDENCE Alexis Andcr Gordon Alexander N. Bowie Marsha Ann Bradley Philip Manton Brown Deannc laiura Burnett Kcitha Jcvulyn Butler Rolcsia Dictta Butler Michael Lee Calhoon Danielle Renee Carroll Christina Elizabeth Cluck William Fred Coats Orcn Lee Connaway Tonya Kay Cook Johnnie Joe Cope Alan Roger Copclin Tina Marie Coronado Mark Albert Cover Catherine Marie Cramer James Avery Duncan Melissa Anne Eason James Collins Ferrell Michael Steven Francis Monica Rose Frccman-Brcnnan Steve Douglas Gibson Anna Gravsini Robert Warren Hanks John Christopher Hardimon Pctrina Sue Hill Martin Jerome Hoffman Jonna Kay Hogcland Joseph Kettering Hollingcr Carolyn Dale Hopper John Dury Jacks Stephen Dubose Jarrard Brian Lee Johnson Gary Alan Kashar Sandra Kay Kyle Stephen Reese la waster Frank David I.antcr James David Lcath Bryan Windsor I.ce Edward Clark Lewis Jane Shaw I-cwis Howard Stuart I.idsky Nancy Lynn Lope Jeffrey Scott Lucas Caryn Damans C. Maher Eric Avery Mark William Rex Marlow Meredith Anne Martinez David Evan Matyas David Terrence McDonald Derek Raymond McDonald Melissa Helen McHocs James Lewis Mertz Cheryl Diane Mullins Nicholas Russell Nah.il Timothy Kevin Obrien Elizabeth Parmer Todd I-conard Piccus Cary Thomas Picl Miles Kevin Rislcy Lisa Kaye Roberts Silke Anne Sahl William Sandy Snyder Mark Richard Strandmo Robert Joseph Sullivan Ken Donovan Taguc James I.c lie Tassin Kelly Cox Thornton Mark Edward Turk Douglas Alan Turner Pavncct Singh Uppal Don Earl Wade Vanesvi Gabrielle Walther Stephen Gregory Wohleb Samuel Patrick Woodson IV MASTER OF CAMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE Marco Miguel P. Munoz Ruiz 18 — Fall Sunflower CeremonyFall Sunflower Ceremony — 19SPRING SUNFLOWER CEREMONY Degrees Certified May 27, 1993 DOCTOR OF JURISPRUDENCE Katherine Ann Abernathy Ri hard Andrew Adams Oscar Alaniz Jaitne Aleman Brian Robert Allen Brent Donald Anderson Janice Kathleen Anderson Julian Lawrence Anthony Sarah Gcoghcgan Anthony Michael Gordon Appleman James Daniel Arbogast Timothy Keith Armstrong Joseph (lari A r ram hide Stefnee Deann Ashlock Marie Loretta Auray Yasmin Aziz Jonathan Christopher Babiak Donna Denise Baines Timothy Stephen Baird Raiford Burton Baldridge Lyrissa Catherine Barnett Alissa Louise Baum Bristol Alan Baxley I .a ura Kathryn Bayouth Jeffrey George Benz Cornelia Maria Bergmann Charles Stuart Berktnan Susan Ruppert Bertoni Shilpa Bhatia James Henry Billingsley Ramon Daniel Bissmcycr Audrey Melivsia Black Chi is Allen Bbckerby Dana Robin Bland Jessica Bolger Lisa Kathryn Bork Hilary Channing Borov Audrey Lynn Boswell Alexandie Philippe Bourgeois Dewey Abn Brae kin Monica Michelle Branch Marcia Jean Brinkley Erica Helen Britt Linda Renee Brooks Candance Jean Broussard Hubert Ross Brown Robert Christopher Bunt Ann Allise Burris Lindsey F. Buss Timothy Joseph Cahill Sarah Elizabeth Calcote Elizabeth Ruth Caldcleugh William R. Caldwell Carol Rene Camp Jose Cano Ruben Cantu Derek Cabott Carlisle Christian Clare Carpenter Jon Newman Carr Sandy Logan Cartwright Jennifer Castillo Juan Miguel Castillo Edward Andrew Cavazos Kent Bryan Cliamhers Todd Rochell Chandler Jerome Frank Chovanec Jr. John Thomas Chppison James Dennis Clayton Tracy Dee Cluck David Steven Coale Greig Weber Coates Rudy R. Colmencro Dane Christopher Compton Diane J. Cordova Cristin Marie Cracraft Ronald Dr Wayne Cross Mary Lucia Culic Susan Michelle Currie Eric John Custer Edmund Dan Daniels Douglas Alan Danzciscr Denise Davis Daniel Maurice De Vos Robert Charles DeCarli Kimberly Anne Deck Aaron Conrad Depan Robert Paul I)etrick Mia Rene Dial Matthew Byron Dillon Eric Scot Dixon Marlon Dwayne Doerre Carol Elizabeth Doonan Rrachllc Renee Douglas Katherine Lee Duff Toby Coy Easley Miles Ronald Eckert Krista Bush Fdgrtte Shannon Todd Edmonds Lisa Anne Elizondo Gregory Karl Ellis Paul Christopher Enos Scott Arnold Erickson Polly Jessica Estes lane Phillip Farley Seita Kathleen Fcighny Monica Anne Fckcte Mark Andrew Fenner Jane Ellis Fields Jerald Clinton Finney Shawn Kevin Fitzpatrick Jill Danielle Elcischman Katharine Lee Fleming Derek Lebnd Fletcher Mary Catherine Foster James Kelly Francis Patrick Joseph Franke John Patrick Frey Sidney Stifft Friedman Bertrand Charles Fry Valeric Anne Fulmer Joseph William Gagnon Elizabeth Anne M. Galaway Gillian Galbraith Hilda Contreras Galvan Matthew Jeffrey Gerber Charles James Gibson Susan Diane Gillette Jacob Schwab Ginsberg Ginger Rene Glatz David Edward Gochman David Mark Goldberg Laura I.ucila Gomez Martin Gomez III Francisco Enrique Gonzales Monica Lisa Gonzales Tracy Annette Gonzales Rene Gonzalez Mark Christopher Goulet Christopher Lawrence Graff Abn Dale Green Charles Wade Griffin Julie Ann Griffin Edward Cbrk Griffith Jr. David Michael Grossman Lavonnc M. Grossmann-Smith Ana Guerra Laura Evangclina Guerra Robert Bradley Guest Angeliquc E. Guillamondegui Mark Charles Gunnin Christie Anita Gunter Daniel Gordon Gurwitz Susan Dcnmon Gusky Christopher Herbert Hahn Jeffrey Karl Hale Donna Yvette Hall Philip Loyd Hall James Burleson Hallmark Catherine Jean Hamer 1-ana Susan Harris Richard Earl Harris Linda Louise Hanison Donald Lee Harvey Christopher Vera Hawkins Vincent L. Hazcn James Abn Hemphill William Kenneth Herring Patricia Ann Hershey James Ray Hines Carrie Beth Hochfeldcr Thomas Martin Hoffman Nancy Grier Hogan Kathryn Elizabeth Holland D'Ana Lyn Howard Jeffrey Steven Howard Hannah Duke Huckaby Albert Joseph Huerta David Michael Hugin Angela Christine Hurt Brenda Sue Hustis Amy Beth Hutson Damara Ann Hutson Jonathan Seth Hyman Jenny Jac-Eun Hyun Irum Amina Ilahi Kathryn Delaine Ingraham Brian Keith Ingram Lizbeth Juana l.vbs Philip Neil Islip Donald David Jackson Julia Alyce Jackson Michael Leon Jackson Brian Neill Jaccklc Robert William James Jeffrey Arthur Jansen Torn Oliver Jasper David Stanley Johanson Jay Michael Johnson Kenton Dec Johnson Nathan Matthew Johnson Christopher Mark Jones Thomas Allan Jones Kristin Kav Jordan Jacinto Pablo Juarez Jr. Christina I are Kaiser Andrea lues Kelly Ronald Alan Kern 20 — Spring Sunflower CeremonyEdward Clinton Krrshner Kristina Marie Kerwin Marilyn Kac Kidd Tac Hyong Kim Brenda lk-lois King John Robert King Kyle Shawn Kirksey Ann Elizabeth Kit millcr Gregory Dean Ko ian Ernest William Kohnke Mary Michelle Kominck Susan Louise Kopccky Nathan Rollins Koppel Stephanie I.ynn Koury Todd Allen Kraft Carlos Erberi Laguna Leisl Carol I-aird German Lara l-cslie Ann Lawler Yen-Ha Huynh I -Michael Scott I.cavy Sharon Grace Lee William David Lee Glenn Thomas Leishner Annrlut StUH.knntJ t Joyce Marie 1-eita Christopher lare Lemens Gregory Joseph Lensing Stuart 1-awTence Leviton Stanley Francis Lcwicckt II Vickie Diane Ixwis-Dunn Jonathan Harry Lewis Lisa Lewis Christopher Eugene Lindsey Sondra Mae l.ope -Aguado Shauna jan Lurvey Joseph Matthew Lyons Cameron Heaps Macaulay Scott William MacDonald Patrick Francis Madden Max J. Madrid Heidi Eileen Mahon Lisa A. Mango Melissa Marie Marque Burt Michael Martin Iajuis Edward Martin III Diana Marie Martinez Jeffrey Robert Matthews Robert Charles May Willis James McAnclly III David Harold McClain Sylvia Ann McClellan Kathleen Elaine McClelland Christopher Coy McCollum David Sean McCreary Joe Robert McFarlanc Pamela Ann McCraw Jennifer Murray McKay Bridget Lynne McKinley Scott Alan McMichael Gil Mark Mclman William Leonard Mcnnucci Caroline Dozier Merrill Garry Anthony Merritt Mia Christine Methvin Gavino Morin Tyrone Moton Thomas Paul Moynihan John Fergus Murphy Lori Lyncllc Mussclwhite Jeffrey Scott Nallcv Jonathan Bennett Newton Vincent A. Notzon Martin M. Novell Nicole Fletcher O'Connor Russell Craig O'Keefe Kirt Stephen O'Neill Melinda Ruth Oliver Tobin Eric Olson Charles George Orr James Michael Owens Kenneth Dale Owens Mary Elaine Pape Michael Maynard Parker Sheila Rene Pattison Mary Renee Pawelek Sonja Camille Payton Cecilia Ann Peavy Martin J. Peck James David Pcdcn Cesar Ricardo Perez Christina Renee Perez Pedro Perez Jr. Anthony Ernest Peterman Brian William Peterman Olivia Raetta Phillips Arthur Robert Piaccnti Janice Pierce Faye Dickson Pittman Clayton Andrew Plait Michelle Annette Polk Robert P. Pongctti Reagan Douglas Pratt Joseph Rudolph Profaizcr Nancy Lynn Prosser Eric Rabbanian Ramesh DAvid Ramaswamy Bobby Jim Ramirez Javier Eduardo Ramirez Kathleen Marie Ramirez Michael John Ramirez Tomas Ramirez III Clifton Scott Rankin Rachael Anne Rawlins Elizabeth Maccy Reasoner Mary Christine Reed Kimberley Anne Reeves Donald Warren Reid Thad William Renaud Jill Marie Renfro William Kenneth Rcnwick Jr. Carol Mary Reumont Michael David Reyna Wilma Elizabeth Reynolds Don Franklin Richardson Mark Ray Riedel Debra Pavne Riley Jack McCall Riley Carrie Lynn Roberge Beth Lynn Roberts Elizabeth I-ec Roberts Judy Marie Robinson Ross Tolbert Robinson Lois Ann Rockefeller Ricardo Amador Rodriguez Ronald Rodriguez. Dwrain Kirkwood Rogers Jr. Allison Beth Roseman Ely sc Rosenblum John Richard Rowlett Alan Lawrence Rucker Susan Lynn Saeger Marisela Salinas Tonya Leah Sampson Ned Bennett Sandlin Gay Nell Sapp Bryan Jon Schillinger George Theodore Schroth David Ward Schultz Carl Frederick Schwenker Richard John Segura Jr. Jennifer F.laync Srverinson Edward Charles Seward III Darryl Keith Shaper Nila Kanna Sharma Deborah Lynn Shelley Noel West Short Stacy Dcannc Siegel Jeffrey Blake Simon Ronald Jerome Simon David Patterson Smith Jr. Martha Lee Smith Stephen Shannon Smith Tracy Leigh Sneed Adriana Solis John William Shelby Spong William Bradford Stanford IV Sally Nell Starnes Robert Alden Stevenson Duncan Winston Stewart Kristen Ann Stilt James Francis Stnithcrs Tara Sue Sumerlin Katherine Frances Kittrell Tally William Carl Taylor Lorinda Rachel Taylor William Paul Taylor Melissa Lulgring Theriot Bonnie Michele Thomas Joy Marie Thomas Robert Dartanian Thomas Joseph Gilbert Thompson III William Richard Thompson II Gregg Lane Thorsen David Matthew Ticde Mark Henry Tittcl Michelle Gray Tobias Claire Elsa Tobin Michael David Tomatz l-asvrence Fleming Tracey Charles Mark Trenckrnann William Harvey Underwood Eric Irwin Unrein Lisa Danielle Uselton Raymond Jefferson Vale Jr. Catherine Marie Valenzuela Anne Vallhonrat Vaughan Kenneth Matthew Vaughn Steven Allen Wadsworth Robert Patrick Waldron Halley Martha Wallingford Matthew Pierre Walter Monica Lea Walters Ronald Andrew Wasinger Simon Jerry Waxberg Sara Angela Welch Mark Robert Whitworth Stephen Thomas Whitworth Paul Oliver Wickes Martin Gunther Wide Holly Beth Williams Richard Callaway Williams Eden Paige Williamson Paul Thomas Williamson Dawnita Julianna Wilson Anne Hodgson Wimberly Jason Edward Winford Monica Lynn Wiseman Taralynn Rena Woodard Christopher K. Wrampelmcier Julie Ann Wright Elizabeth Scott Wylie Christi Lynnctte YandcII Kimberly Carol Young Lisa Kimberly Zodin MASTER OF COMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE Dol Bunnag Jorge Albelardo Garcia Adame Boobpa Rangsitsalhian Markus Johannes Runde MASTER OF LAWS Roberto Jose Arellano Arturo Avcndano Morineau Suthichai Laohavirojana Maw-Lin Yeh Lutz Zimmer Spring Sunflower Ceremony — 211 n « tmaiaj of Ihu 22 — Organi jtiomOrganizations — 23American Journal of Criminal Law Published three times a year, the American Journal of Criminal Law is the second-largest Law School publication, with nationwide and international subscribers. The Journal contains articles by legal scholars and student-produced notes and comments. The Journal offers an opportunity for students to develop their research and writing skills. The main focus of the American Journal of Criminal !mw is on the op- eration of the criminal justice system, from law enforcement through trial to corrections. Writings may involve all aspects of the law having criminal implications. FRONT ROW: Matthew Stephen Bryant. Christi I.vnnette Yandell, Lisa Kathryn Bark, Christina Perez, F..A. Srere, Denise Davis. BACK ROW: Walter Cromer Long. Angela J. Barbee. Thomas P. Moynihan, Douglas A. Danzciser. Ann B. Whitley. Elizabeth M. Galaway. Todd R. Chandler. FRONT ROW: Christi Lynnetle Yandell, Marshall Jack Welch, Chris Perez. Chris Lemens. Angela Barbee. Ann Whitley. E.A. Srere. SECOND ROW: Thomas Paul Moynihan. Lisa Kathryn Bork. Walter Cromer I.ong, James Arnold Andnis. Katherine Ann Abernathy. THIRD ROW: Glenn Stewart Greene, Michael Curtis Brisch, Kristin Elizabeth Adler, Sian Elizabeth Provost, Marie Rita Gleason. FOURTH ROW: Kevin Mk chacl Duddlcstcn. Matthew B. Hcnneman. Charlie Kenneth Eldrcd. Miguel A. Torres. BACK ROW: I jwrence Howard Zahn. Daniel Paul Winikka, James Craig Milton, David Yardcn, Jonathan Paul Harmon. Douglas Daniels. EDITORS Editor-in-Chlcf Oirit letwnt Managing Editor Quit Perrr AnorlMr Editor, WVnnr Abernathy To® iluinihu Cblef Ankle, Editor Betty Uitan) Ankle Editor, Liu Buck Mitt Bryant Walter lion Note Editor, Todd CEtandSrr Drake Davit Andrei Kelly E.A. Srere' Chrnti Yandell Honk Rrvlrw, Editor Ann Whitley Kewureh Editor Nir jh Colour Alumni Editor Angela Barbee K D Editor Doug Danjeivr Sntmi Editor Martha!) Welch EmuIi, Aihitur George Dl Ah Catr Trm%i IgZc ★ O R G A N I Z A T I O N S ★ 24 — American Journal of Criminal lawMi Cats Assault and Assault and Flattery, the annual Law School variety show, is one sign that law students do not check their senses of humor at the door to Townes Hall. The show is put on in the spring and is entirely student manufactured. It gives students with creative streaks the opportunity to show them off while getting their law school job frustrations out. In celebration of A F’s 40th anniversary, the 1993 student-directed musical comedy group adapted the classic story of The Wizard of Oz into a satirical journey through Law School. This year’s show, “The Wizard of Lawz”, had Dorothy Gayle, played by second-year JoAnn Dal-rymplc, taking a litigious detour on her way back from Kansas through Flattery Munchlawland and joining forces with the Good TQ Glinda, the Strawman, LitigaTIN Man and the Cowardly Law Professor to battle the Wicked Prosecutor. Dorothy’s travels were interspersed with skits a la Saturday Night Live, parodying the different aspects of law school life, like the endless job hunt, sexual harassment, and the Freshlaw year. Assault and Flattery’s cast of students, faculty and staff demonstrated a diversity of talent not always evident in the Law School classroom. One of the largest student organizations on campus, A F provides an exciting change of pace and outlet for creativity, for all who particpatc. Laura SkrUmg trod Smith ★ o|r|g|a|n| i . a t iT|o|n|s!★[ Assault and Flattery — 25Board of Advocates FRONT ROW: Joy Marie Thomas. Tracy L. Sneed, M. Cathy Foster, I.isa Lewis, Jeff K. Hale, Sally N. Starnes, Ann E. Kit millcr, Jeffrey G. Ben . BACK ROW: Matthew B. Men-neman, Michael John Ramirez, Robert C. May, Kevin Michael Duddlesten, Caroline Dozier Merrill, Alan Ray Barnes. Thomas Paul Moynihan. FRONT ROW: Taralynn Rena Woodard. George Theodore Schroth, Jeffrey K. Hale, Kimberly A. Deck, Julia A. Jackson, Carrie B. Hochfcldcr. Thomas Martin Hoffman. Tamara Gayle I-ovell. SECOND ROW: Don Ballard. Jennifer Rios. Sandra Castro. Joy Thomas. Arthur Navarro, Ashley 1augdon. Katherine A. Abernathy, Michael W. Piper. THIRD ROW: Hubert R. Brown. Dawnita J. Wilson. Francis Christopher Flaherty, Sally N. Starnes, M. Catherine Foster, Matthew B. Henncman, Melinda R. Oliver. Elizabeth Miller. FOURTH ROW: David Grant Halpern, James Allen Martinez, Derek A. Adame, Kenton D. Johnson. Shannon Todd Edmonds, Kathryn Delaine Ingraham. Cindy Olson Bourland. Nicole Flctchcr-O'tionnor. BACK ROW: Robert Charles May, Ann F_ Kit millcr. Matthew J.M. Prebeg. Roger L. White. Mike R. Ortega. Michael J. Ramirez. The Board of Advocates is the litigation honor society of the University of Texas School of I .aw. BOA sponsors and promotes the study and practice of trial and appellate advocacy and along with several dedicated faculty sponsors, oversees most litigation related events at the University. All students in the Law School are encouraged to participate by serving as bailiffs, witnesses and competitors. Members are elected to the Board based on a combination of competition points and office duty. The Board administers moot court and mock trial competitions each se- mester and a client counseling competition in the spring semester. Appellate contests include the Gibbs and Ratliff Endowed Moot Court Competition and the Susman, Godfrey and McGowan Moot Court Competition. Mock trial events include competitions endowed by Locke, Purnell, Rain and I larrcli and Strasburger and Price. In the spring BOA holds an awards banquet to honor outstanding members, officers, teams and attorneys. Each year, keep a lookout for the things that make the BOA an outstanding organization. ★ ORGANIZATIONS 26 — Board of AdvocatesChicano Law Students Association The Chicano Law Students Association was formed in order to promote and articulate the needs of Mexican American law students and to recruit and retain Mexican Americans in the Law School. The association has been involved in activities of concern to the Mexican American and Law School communities for over ten years. ChLSA provides academic, financial, social, and career support for its members. The academic support includes participation in the first year Minority Orientation Program (MOP), exam-taking and outlining sessions, and resume and employment preparation. The program focuses on the first year law training areas: case briefing, socratic teaching method, and legal writing. The career support area of assistance in- cludes minority job fairs, career services, clerkship, and scholarship programs coordinated in conjunction with the law school and various corporate sponsors. In addition, ChLSA has created an emergency loan program and has also implemented a scholarship fund for its members. The Chicano Law Students Association is firmly committed in utilizing legal training to meet the legal problems encountered within the Hispanic community. Members are dedicated to pro bond legal services in Austin. The students devote a portion of their time to evening clinics, individual firms, and the courts to provide consultation, translation, and referrals to those who cannot afford to pay for legal services. The clinics provide the students with val- uable hands on experience and professional contacts with attorneys in the Austin community working towards this same cause. ChLSA sponsors social mixers, receptions, the annual “Fajita Fiesta”, and an awards banquet. These activities provide members with an opportunity to meet other law students, professors, attorneys, and other Austin community leaders. Furthermore, members also participate in a mentor program with Austin attorneys who provide rapport, support, and insight to the legal profession and or other outside activities. Membership meetings are scheduled every two weeks and the agenda consists of substantive and procedural items to include speakers whose topics cover the various aspects of minority issues and concerns. FRONT ROW: Kdythc M. Payan. David Rodriguez, JoAnn Dalrympic. Barbara L. Garcia, Javier B. Gutierrez, David A. Montoya. SECOND ROW': Michael Natlian Casias, Rudy Rene Colmcncro, Angelica Incs Salinas, Marco Antonio Salinas, Carlos Hcrvcy Gomez, Philip Delbert Fraissinet. THIRD ROW: l.aura E. Guerra. Jacqueline R. Sandoval. Cyndi A. Hernandez. Sergio F.. Garcia. Ruben Gantu. FOURTH ROW: Arturo Isaac Navarro, Pedro Perez Jr.. Max J. Madrid, David Staton, Amanda S. Paqucl, Stephanie D. Watjus. BACK ROW: Mike A. 'I'oitcs. Cesar R. Perez, Manuel Acosta. David T. Garza, Raul A. Gonzalez. Jaime Aleman. ★ ORGAN! Z A T I O N S ★ Chicano Law Students Association — 27Corporate Counsel Society Corporate Counsel Society is dedicated to finding new paths on which today’s new attorneys can embark. Members believe the traditional law firm environment is not suited to everyone. There arc those of us who wish to utilize our law degree in a non-traditional method. We are committed to educating the law school student about the alternatives available to him or her; and to educating “corporate America" about the wealth of trained legal talent available to it. Corporate Counsel Society is dedicated to finding these alternatives. In-house counseling for large corporations offers the opportunity of combining legal skill with business acumen. Managerial and administra- tive positions with law firms offer another avenue of tying the two disciplines together. There arc a myriad of other avenues yet to be explored. Corporate Counsel Society explores those avenues. The Counsel believes that "from the horses mouth" is one of the best approaches to gathering needed and desired information from students. Thus, at least eight guest speakers arc offered each year. Speakers bring their perspective on issues such as: What does an in-house counsel do? Where in the corporate structure can a legal degree fit? What is the career track for a lawyer in "corporate America”? How to target and approach the corporate employer. What types of law arc practiced by corporations? And many others. Corporate Counsel Society endeavors to collect information bi-annually on such topics as compensation, employee benefits and perks, what qualifications are required, which courses best fit a corporate career path, what areas of law arc practiced in-house, and what achievements and activities, other than grades, are attractive to the corporate employer. Student input is invited and welcomed. SrUtctnrvin Cm| ItnCfn FRONT ROW: Christina F.vonnc Bebb. Tara Christine Sara F.li ardo. Melissa Leigh Beaudoin Hittclman, Louise Henderson Lauderdale. BACK ROW: Darla Rcgnery. Bon art. Bill Arlyn Moore. SECOND ROW: James Gerard Gasparo II. Eric Kabbanian. Lisa L. Srhmandt, Anne Marie Van Buskirk, Hubert Ross Brown. o R G A N 1 . A T I O N S ★ 28 — Corporate Counsel SocietyEntertainment Law Society The Entertainment Law Society was organized to promote the study of law pertaining to performers and other artists and to provide a resource to the academic and the Austin communities pertaining to issues of the arts and law. ELS is a relatively new organization with approximately 30 members. ELS compiles a directory, listing entertainment law practices around the country for use by its members. Members use the directory to develop contacts with entertainment law firms, keeping firms aware of the interest in entertainment law at the University of Texas School of Law. Throughout the year, ELS invites a variety of speakers who work in the entertainment industry to speak at their meetings and share their career and law school experiences with society members. Guest speakers include entertainment lawyers, sports agents and a representative from Austin Lawyers and Accountants for the Arts. The Student Committee for the Arts is a new project. The committee, formed in the spring of 1993, is made up of undergrad and graduate students whose purpose is to pro- mote the arts at the University of Texas at Austin. The Entertainment Law Society also sponsors social events for its members, such as happy hours. ELS performed a skit for the annual Assault and Flattery musical and satirical production held in the spring. FRONT ROW: Elizabeth D. Miller, Tamara Gayle Lovell, Dianne Theresa Todd. Erin Marie Allen. SECOND ROW Aaron P. Roffwarg, Jonathan C. Rabiak, Jennifer N. Cook, Slaei L. Glenn, David Slaton. BACK ROW: Glenn S. Greene. Professor David S. Sokolow, Ana T. Martinez, Larry H. Zahn. Gttrge BrUgti ★ OR GANIZATIONS Entertainment Law Society — 29Environmental Law Society The Environmental I.aw Society is approximately ten years old. Established in the Tall of 1982 by a small group of five students, ELS continues to grow. The current membership of 45 includes students with experience in environmental agencies, public interest groups, economics, and a variety of other legal and educational backgrounds. There are five committees which Society members may join: Conference, Curriculum, Legislative, Outdoor Activities, and Recycling. Members may also partiepate in the Environmental Moot Court Compe- tition or in the Wray Trust Environmental Scholarship Competition. The main goal of ELS is to provide its members with information on current environmental topics. All sides of the issues are discussed informally. Guest speakers, including Brigid Shea (SOS), Patty Akers (LCRA), and John Teets (Motorola), give periodic presentations. The Environmental Lawr Society is involved in several campus activities. This year society members managed the recycling program at the law school, developed the environmental law curriculum with the administra- tion, worked with environmental related groups in the Texas Lcgiv lature, and went on a number cl camping trips. Also, six society men bers flew to Bloomington, Indiana tc attend the Sixth Annual NAELS Conference. FRONT ROW: Raul Arturo Gonzalez, Jamo Howard Stilwcll, Alex Richard Vcltman. Holly Eileen Taylor, Amy Elizabeth Me Kin no Rachel Anne Rawlins. SECOND KOW Kenton Dec Johnson. Adriana Soli . Victors Pittman-Wallcr, Robin T. Cravcy, Sut Krcnck. David Grant Halpcm. BACK ROW: Bill Christian. Jacc Andrew? Houston. Dou$ Richard Sitter, Steve Todd Mines. Thom Martin Hoffman. 0 — Environmental I,aw SocietyUT Health Law Society The Health Law Society is new to The University of Texas at Austin. Organized in the Fall, the Society was founded by a mix of students, some of whom have backgrounds in health and medicine. Others arc interested in learning more about emerging areas in the field of Health Law. Members have the opportunity to gain hands-on legal experience through the submission of notes to the Healt h I .aw Journal of the Texas Bar Association. During the 1992-93 school year, members were invited to attend a series of professional conferences examining cutting edge issues for attorneys, health care professionals and health care administrators. Experts in Health Law were also brought to campus as part of the Society’s ongoing speakers program. Nineteen ninety-three saw the Society join Texas Journal of Women and the Law in co-sponsoring the Spring Symposium on Women’s Health Issues and the Law. John Robertson is the Society’s faculty advisor. FRONT ROW: David Hajpern, Marcia Brinkley. Jackie I.ain. Patrina L. Fowler. Tern' Cullen. Cindy Polinard. BACK ROW: Cathy Fuller. Mike Trent, Mark NcUon, Kristy Smith. ____________________________________________ JcJui Amai ★ o R G A N I Z A T I IoInIS ★ UT Health Law Society — SII Hispanic Law Journal On Sunday, Feb. 21, 1993 the Hispanic Law Journal entered production stage with the election of the 1993-94 Editorial Board. The Journal is one of three publications in the nation devoted exclusively to matters relating to legal issues affecting the Hispanic community. The Journal was established in response to the limited academic forums in which practitioners and scholars could engage in a thorough discussion of recent court decisions, state and federal statutes, administrative regulations and other issues affecting llispanics. Distribution of the First issue has been set for spring 1994. Membership is open to all second and third-year students who demonstrate excellence legal writing and analysis. In furtherance of its neutral position on all issues, the Hispanic Law Journal encourages an exchange of diverse ideas and opinions. Derek A. Adame. Cyndi Hernandez. David T. Garza. Jacqueline K. Sandoval. Alfonso Soto III, Mike K. Ortega. Edy Payan. Ricardo Garcia-More no. 1993-1994 EDITORIAL BOARD Editor-in-Chicf Alfonso Soto III Managing Editor Derek A. Adame Chief Article Editor Ana Garza Chief Notes Editor David T. Garza Policy Editor Jacqueline R. Sandoval Administrative Editor Cyndi Hernandez Operations Editor Mike R. Ortega Bn JtAx 32 — Hispanic Ijw JournalThe International Law Society is organized to serve students interested in international law and international relationships, and to coordinate activities relating to these subjects. ILS is the University of Texas campus member of The Association of Student International Law Societies. FRONT ROW: Stephanie Koury, Kathryn Holland, President; Scott McMichael, Vice President; Karen Lorch, Treasurer. BACK ROW: Shelton M. V'aughan, Richard Bcllcr, Russell Richardson, Thomas Hoffman, Steven Mines, F.nc Peabody. NOT PICTURED: Sal-lic Judd, Publicity; Brian Allen, Jessup Coordinator. Some of the activities include cosponsoring the Guanajuato Exchange Program, a week-long exchange with The University of Guanajuato in Guanajuato, Mexico and co-sponsoring, along with the Board of Advocates, the Jessup International Moot Court Competition. ILS sends its own team every year to the regional competitions. The Society sponsors speakers on current international law topics throughout the year, coordinates and distributes information on foreign exchange and study abroad programs plus information on career opportunities in international law. International Law Society International Law Society — 33Lawyers Christian Fellowship Lawyers Christian Fellowship is a non-denominational and nonpolitical group of Christian law students who seek to encourage others, provide a source of fellowship at the law school, and minister to need in law school and Austin communities. LCF members try to focus on the essential, central aspects of the Christian faith, but the group is comprised of persons with a wide variety of particular beliefs. There are well over 50 participants for the year. The main event each week is the Wednesday Fellowship Hour. Mem- bers meet in the Music Building for singing, sharing, Bible study, prayer and refreshments. LCF members are involved in a number of additional activities. During the fall semester a retreat was held at the H.E.B. Foundation Camp near Kerrville, Texas. The retreat provided a great time for relaxation, recreation and spiritual renewal. Lawyers Christian Fellowship organizes lectures from prominent individuals such as Supreme Court Justice Nathan Ilecht and many other Christian attorneys throughout the Austin area. LCF also reaches outi! the Austin community through ; number of service projects includin; an Easter celebration for the re ; dents of Travis State School. Sods activities include movie nights, gain nights and kicker dancing. FRONT ROW: Kelli Copeland. Kathcrin-Abernathy, Jennifer Smith, Miriam Ma. Lor Hunter, Asiilcy Rodcmacher, Elizabeth Rcc ing. SECOND ROW: Mike Jackson. Elizabr Baicr, Alan Pigg, Scott Breedlove. John Stf ton. BACK ROW: Mike Trent. John Pkl cring, John Bakht, Marty Hale, Stew ler Mill . Blril, Robert Elliot, Jack Cabancss. 34 — I.awyers Christian FellowshipLegal Research Board The Legal Research Board is an organization of students of The University of Texas School of Law, chartered by the State Bar of 'Texas to provide legal research and prepare legal memoranda for practicing attorneys. The Board provides a unique opportunity for students to develop and refine the skills acquired in the basic Legal Research and Writing Course. Member selection is based upon outstanding performance in the freshlaw legal research and writing program or in one of the Board’s writing competitions. By providing students an opportunity to deal with problems confronting Texas attorneys, the Board cultivates legal reasoning skills and provides valuable feedback to students. With 30 years of excellence in legal research and writing, the Legal Research Board looks forward to providing outstanding research for the years to come. Tim Baird, Ix»ri I.ynelle Mussclwhitc. Chairperson. Jason Edward Winford, Executive Director. Jennifer Elayne Severinson, Director. Legal Research B »ardProject Info Projecl Info made up of three to five second and third-year African American and Mexican American students arc selected by the Assistant Dean for Admissions and the Director of Admissions, to assist in the Law School's effort to recruit outstanding minority students. FRONT ROW: Damita Ann Coleman, Mile ha Buford, JoAnn Dalrymple, Hubert Brown, F.v trrllita Doolin. BACK ROW: Rose Cumpian, Rita Bohr, Deborah DeWilty, Diana Marie Martinez, Jaime Aleman, l.aquita Hamilton, Assistant Dtan. The Student Recruitment and Ori- FRONT ROW: Mischa Dawn Buford. Marion t.ynn McWilliams, Catherine Jean Hamer, Danettc Suzanne Holliday. Elizabeth Lee Reding. SECOND ROW: Taralynn Rena Woodard, Jared Knight, Donna Yvette Frazier, Kathryn Elizabeth Durham. Kristy Lynn Smith. Estrellita Doolin. Rose Cumpian. BACK ROW: Deborah DeWitty, Joseph Esparza, Terry Lamar Hampton, Gregory P. Laird, Nikelle S. Meade. Kimberly A. Wells, Rita I. Bohr. NOT PICTURED: Cori Loomis. Amy Spear. Angela Barbee, Pamela Roe, Don Ballard. Phyllis Guillory, Patrina Fowler, Diana Martinez. Alex Sharma. John Goodson. Liana Olivarez. John Gillard. Jessica Bolgcr. Scott Baker. Lori Mussclwhitc. Damita Coleman. Amy Hutson, iaquita Hamilton, Assistant Dean. dilation Committee is open to all 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 freshlaws to the Law School. These projects include: Orientation, Phonathon, Prospective Students Day, and weekly tours. Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee 36 — Project Info Student Recruitment and Orientation CommitteeThe Review of Litigation The Review of Litigation is a journal of national scope devoted to issues of current interest to the practicing litigator. As the first law journal to address topics related to trial and appellate advocacy. The Review publishes articles and notes on evidentiary, procedural, and substantive issues arising from recent litigation. This year, The Review published three issues, including an issue on lawyer and law firm liability to regulators and shareholders. Last year, The Review published a special issue on implementing civil justice reform and also an article on discovery by State District Judge Dan Downey who is pioneering a program to expedite adjudication of cases. The Review also publishes notes submitted by law students. Recently published student notes covered such diverse topics as physician liability for assisted suicide and punitive dam- ages in the arbitration of securities churning cases. Members of The Revieiv arc a diverse and talented group of students who have demonstrated excellence in legal writing. A desire to litigate is not a prerequisite for membership. The Review extends membership offers to students selected during the spring write-on competitions, winners of best brief competitions, and students who submit notes of publishable quality before their third year. In addition, second-year students whose first-year grades are in the top ten percent will receive an automatic membership offer if they submit an acceptable writing sample. The sample is designed to ensure that prospective Revirw members possess sufficient writing skills, but will not require any additional work on the student’s part. Either first year mem- oranda or briefs should be submitted as the writing sample. The Review is run entirely by students who are responsible for the quality of each issue. Review members become fully involved in the publication process from initial editing to final proofreading. In addition, members must research and write a student note on a litigation topic of their choice. FRONT ROW: Jeffrey G. Benz. Susan D. Gusky, Salime Samii. Adam J. Zancr, Katie Fleming. SECOND ROW: Bryan Jon Schil-linger, Melissa Marie Marquez, Roy J. I.cathcrberry, Richard Wydcvcn. THIRD ROW: Robert C. F.lliott, James H. Billingsley. Jamison Dean Ncwbcrg, Mark A. Jacob, Rhonda K. Hunter, Wendy T. Rosier. FOURTH ROW: John John Goodson, Michael John Ramirez, Francis Christopher Flaherty, Kristina M. Kcrwin, Gilliang Galbraith. BACK ROW: Christopher Vincent Goodpas-lor, Kevin Michael F.pstein. NOT PICTURED: Jason Edward Winford. Tire Review of Litigation — 37Student Bar Association - Just What Do They Do, Anyway? Peregrinns wanted to learn more about the Student Bar Association, so we decided to ask people who should know — its members. That’s right. You. the students. To slake our thirst for knowledge, we sent one of our intrepid reporters out to pester random students about their knowledge of their student government. Our informal survey showed that parties, lockers and Ping-pong were the things most identified with the SBA. "I think they put on a couple of happy hours a year, and they complicate the locker process,” said Reid Wittliff. “And they have an office right across from Keeton's Casino.” Eric Peabody also noted locker rentals, and that the SBA organizes and presumably funds parties. "Besides giving students a chance to drink for free, they also foster community service and sponsor awards for Law School activities," said Kristin Bodenstedt, a candidate for SBA vice-president. But, she remarked, “How boring would law-school be without the drinking nights?” Scott Williams also listed the parties, adding, “I’m not really sure exactly what they do, except to organize groups to come to campus.” “I guess they’re a liaison between the students and the administration,” said Kathleen Bone. "They apparently have a budget,” she noted referring to the Ping-pong table k the Tom Clark Lounge. Alex Schnell, who was playing Ping-pong when Peregrinus interviewed him, had a clear conception of the SBA. "They do lockers. Tho do Law Week. They bought the Ping-pong table. Thai’s all I know. Other students, however, emphasized the SBA's efforts to stimulate the local economy. "They put on good parties, and that alone makes them a worthwhile organization,” said Paul Smith. Besides being the “locker czars," Ed Guzman said, “they sponsor drinkin; at local bars. That’s also very itr portant.” B' 4 Smut, OFFICERS: Katherine Ixc Duff. I’.iiiin.i Ixmiht Fowler. Phil tU 38 — Student Bar Avwx iationCurrent SBA President Katherine Duff said students perceptions of her organization don’t phase her a bit. After all, most law students are pretty busy, and they tend to remember the activities that affect them the mast. But, says Duff, the SBA sponsors a number of activities and provides students with various services. SBA provides the telephones in Tom Clark Lounge, rents and maintains lockers, maintains mailboxes, runs a lost-and-found, and regulates the posting of fliers. Then there’s the major project — Law Week. This year the SBA brought federal district judge William Wayne Justice to the Law School to speak on the legacy of Justice Thurgood Marshall. A film festival, the Law Week Awards and Race Judicata — t he 5k race — were also a part of the Law Week activities. The highlight of Law Week was the Casino Night and the Jesse Dean Oliver Charity Auction. Articles collected from professors, law firms and local businesses were auctioned off to raise money for the emergency loan fund. Duff said $4100 was raised to fill the fund’s coffers — which helps cash-strapped students with emergency loan money. The Student Bar Association acts as liaison between students and the administration, and members help select students to serve on student-faculty committees. Also, the SBA assists other service programs — such as the Volunteer Income 'l ax Assistance program and Neighborhood Longhorns — by helping to recruit students and providing services such as copying. And then, of course, there are the parties. “I place a high value on academics. but mingling with peers with a less competitive atmosphere is also important,” said Duff. The SBA was responsible for both Casino Night and Ex-Parte, the Halloween blow-out held at the old 6th Street Country Club. Duff said that more than 700 students attended Ex-Parte — and, she observed, consumed quite a bit of liquor. The Student Bar Association also sponsors “welcome-back-to-school” parties as well as TGIF parties. And, Duff said, the SBA is also planning a new party for 3rd years, to be held at Aussie's Volley Bar. Perhaps Tracey Jones, a freshlaw SBA representative, summed up the organization best. She said that the ofiiccrs really care about the direction the school and its student body takes. “I was surprised by how seriously people take it,” Jones said. FRONT ROW: Abigail Klamcrt. Maria Ryan. Elizabeth IJaicr. BACK ROW: John Peavy, Phil Hall. Joy Thomas, David DcVow,Jerome Katherine Duff, M. Catherine Foster, Palrina Fowler, Tracey Jones. Swindell. Marlon Docrrc, Ned Sherman. ★ o R G A N I Z A T I O N S ★ Student Bar Association — 39Law Week Committee Rtint a (ienuiUi Ned Francis Sherman, Katherine Lee DufT. John Wesley Pcavy, Patrina Louise Fowler. Mary Catherine Foster. NOT PICTURED Steven Robert Sprinkle. Rrbrtta Gem fits 40 — Law Week CommitteeTeaching Quizmasters Thirty upper-class law students are selected each year to work with the two first-year courses in Legal Research Writing and Brief Writing Oral Advocacy. These “ Teaching Quizmasters" or “TQs” teach legal research under the supervision of the library staff and sene as teaching assistants to the writing lecturers for the writing portion of the courses. In addition, the TQs’ role in the law school community extends far be- yond their duties as instructors for the first-year students. TQs invariably play a role in advising students on such matters as study techniques, career plans, exam taking, and personal problems. In addition, because the TQ group is the one small group environment for first-year students, the students within each 'TQ group often participate together in a variety of social and athletic activities. FRONT ROW: Carrie Both Ilochfcldcr. Christie Anita Gunter, Melissa Marie Marque . Missy I.utgring Theriot, Kathy Delaine Ingraham. SECOND ROW Richard Farl Harris, Kristin Marie Anderson, Matthew Bvron Dillon, Carol Dec Huneke, Carol F.lizabcth Doonan. THIRD ROW: Taralynn Rena Woodard, t imothy Stephen Baird. Sally Nell Starnes. Stephen Shannon Smith. Ronald Andrew Wasinger. FOURTH ROW: Ernst An-drew lialprrin, Christian Clare Carpenter, Amy Beth Hutson. Erica Helen Britt. BACK ROW: David Patterson Smith Jr., Matthew Pierre Walter, I.inda Renee Brooks, Shauna Jan Lurvey. ★ ORGAN I Z A T I O N S ★ Teaching Quizmasters1992-1993 SENIOR EDITORIAL BOARD Texas Environmental The Texas Environmental Law Journal is a studeni-edited publication aimed at practicing environmental and natural resources lawyers. Published quarterly in association with the Environmental and Natural Resources Law Section of the State Bar of Texas, the Journal has well over 2,000 subscribers, most of whom are Law Journal Recent Journal article topics have included Superfund liability for lenders and articles anticipating the changes to environmental law under President Clinton’s administration. Interested students arc invited to participate in the spring or fall Journal write-on. John Newman Carr EditorinChief Kenton D. Johnson Managing Editor Christopher Wrampclmeicr Isad Articles Editor Rachel Rawlins Recent Developments Editor (Fall) Paul Smith Recent Developments Editor (Spring) Holly Williams Student Notes Editor environmental practitioners. The State Bar published the Journal for 20 years until the summer of 1990 when it reached an agreement with the students at the law school to edit, cite check, and typeset the publication. FRONT ROW: Matt Vaughn. Paul Smith, Gregory Hudson, Kenton D. Johnson. SECOND ROW: John Newman Carr. Robin Cravey, Nicola Anne Fuentcs, Elizabeth Griffin Addison, Holly Williams. BACK ROW: Russell O. Paige. John Anthony Zaloom, Chris K. Wrampelmcier, Cecilia A. Pcavy. Matt Vaughn Associate Student Notes Editor Orcn L. Connaway Technical Editor (Fall) Russell O. Paige Technical Editor (Spring) ________________ ★ ORGAN I Z A T I O N S ★ 42 — Texas Environmental 1-aw Journal- EDITORIAL STAFF Kditor-in-Chicf Special Features Sc Reports Ernest W. Kohnkc Editor Polly Estes Managing Editor Timothy Keith Armstrong Articles Notes Editors Alexandre P. Bourgeois Chief Articles Notes Editors Elizabeth R. Caldclcugh Brian R. Allen Patricia Ann Hershey Thomas Martin Hoffman Kathryn E. Holland Donald 1). Jackson Research Sc Submissions Editor Joseph R. Profaizer Associate Editors Lindsey F. Buss Administrative Editor Monica A. Fekctc Beth L. Roberts Jonna Kay Hogcland Brenda S. Hustis James David Pcdcn FRONT ROW: Timothy Armstrong. Kathryn Holland. Bremit Hum is. Monica Fekctc. FJiz-abeth Caldcleugh, Alexandre Bourgeois, Donald Jackson, F.mic Kohnkc. SECOND ROW: Janies Peden. Ann Kit miller. Brenda D. King, Lindsey Buss, Thomas Hoffman. Joseph Profaizer. THIRD ROW: Ashley Rodetnachcr. l-iuni Van Pelt. Greg Naardrn. (itvtf H'ulf Edward Snyder, Edward F. Sherman. FOURTH ROW: Miriam Ma. FJizabcth Reding, Pcnc Skilcs, Mawlin Ych, Markus Rundc, Gene Patten FIFTH ROW: Richard Beller, Jennifer Nugent, Jim Gibson, Eric Gambrcll. si I H ROW: Russ Hunt, I vree Collier. Inn Tyler. BACK ROW: Jack Nowlin. Shelton M. Vaughan. Texas International Law Journal The Texas International Law Journal is now in its 28th 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 ever)’ continent. Each issue contains articles, student works, and book reviews covering a wide range of international law related topics. This year, TILJ is proud to have published a symposium issue on the rapidly developing area of international litigation. Texas International Law Journal has an editorial board of seventeen, and sixty 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. ★ O R G A N | I IZIA T I OlN S ★ Texas International law Journal — 43Texas Journal of Women and the Law In the fall of 1990, a group of students recognized the need for a forum within The University of Texas School of Law in which to confront, discuss and challenge issues surrounding women and the law. The Texas Journal of Women and the Law was founded in an attempt to create such a forum. As students of the law and participants in the evolution of the status of women in each year focused on a different inquiry into the interaction between women and the law. Nineteen ninety-three saw Texas Journal of Women and the Law and UT I lealth Law Society co-sponsor a symposium entitled New Perspectives on Women, Health Law. Featured guest speakers included Sarah Weddington. Papers from the symposium arc published in subsequent Journal issues. While celebrating the legal, socii and political advances that have ben made by women and for women members strive to promote women') discourse by deepening the relation ship between theoretical and prac tical perspectives on gender and tlx law. Texas Journal of Women and rv Law seek to cultivate interdiscipn nary discussions of gender relations, encouraging the affirmation of difference and enriching the dialogue among women and between sexes Members are committed to the challenge of presenting an autonomou feminist perspective: one that vil empower all women. society, members share a common interest in discovering and conveying a greater understanding of how the law effects women and how women shape the law. Furthermore, Texas Journal of Women and the Law realize the extent to which this generation has benefited from the efforts of other feminists, and strive to make their contribution. The Journal sponsors a symposium FRONT ROW: F.lisa l ong. Rrachclle Douglas, Paula Tucker, Kcllc Krull, Jenny Hyun. SECOND ROW: Brian Burgess, John Janssen, Pamela McGraw, I-ori Auray, Elyse Rosen-blum. Shilpa Bhatia. THIRD ROW: Janet Follstacdt, Sheila Paulson, Amy Snodgrass, Tara Sumerlin, Ann Kiumillcr. FOURTH ROW: Kristen Stilt. Melissa Loyd. Susan Saleh, Nana Westergaard. Warigia Bowman. BACK ROW: Robert Fuller. Annie Mae Joseph, Laura Pugh, Craig Urbach. Michael Gunnin. At CM EDITORIAL BOARD Shilpa Bhatia A. I.ynn Boswell Marcia I. Brinkley Brian 1.. Burgess Carol It Camp Mia It. Dial Itraehelle It. Douglas A. Christine Hurt Jenny Jae-Eun Hyun John J.Janssen Ann h. Kitzmiller Elisa Ann l ng Pamela McGraw Sheila It. Pa Bison Mary Christine Reed Elyse Ravel Rosenblum Kristen Ann Stilt Tara S. Sumerlin 44 — Texas Journal of Women and the LawTexas Law Fellowships Texas Law Fellowships (TLF) is a nonprofit corporation organized to promote public interest at The University of Texas School of Law. The primary function is to fund summer public interest clerkships for University of Texas law students. I LF was founded in 1987 by a group of law students who were concerned with the lack of public interest opportunities at the Law-School. TLF has made great progress since its inception. The amount of money raised, and consequently the number of fellowships funded, has more than tripled in the past six years. This year saw great growth for public interest law at UT and TLF benefited from this growth. Texas Law Fellowship's fund raising efforts increased in a variety of ways in 1993. This year Texas Law Fellowships gave its first annual Award for Excellence in Public Service to Bill Whitehurst at a reception at the home of Dean Mark Yudof. Guest speaker at the reception was Whitehurst’s Law School classmate. Justice Lloyd Doggctt of the Texas Supreme Court. 'The reception was TLF’s first fund raising event ever with the Travis County Bar. Additionally, TLF increased its efforts in reaching out to alumni for support. As always, however, the students and faculty of the Law School provided the most important help in making student fellowships a reality. TLF wants to thank all the students and faculty who have through their energy and contributions, made it possible for the TLF Fellows to work in the public interest. Without you- all of you- it would not be possible. Cmji ttnifu BOARD OF DIRECTORS. FRONT ROW: Brila Dagmsr Strandberg, C-irolv Diane Roch. Chip Waldron. SECOND ROW: Lindsey F. Bum, Laura J. Van Pelt, Shell! D. Soto. Jackie P. I am. THIRD ROW: Laura K. Pugh. Sheila E. Skaggs. Kcrstin E. Arnold. BACK ROW: Sally V. Cook, Susan H. Chase, Laurie J. Mcg-gesin. NOT PICTURED: Lisa Mango, Michael Bryant. Scott Marks. Paul Schweizcr, Professor Elizabeth Chambliss. 1993 FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENTS Amcrxan Coil I then tec Union Silol C. Alexander A(l» «), I DC. Kill ChrMian AIDS legal Resource Project of the Trui Human Right! Foundation Mchar' II Garbarino Human Right! Watch Sutan R Hardimn Central Amcrxan Return Center Kathryn Holt legal Aid Society of Central Tcaaa Mae C. Quinn Center foe Hatierrd Women and Women-! Advocacy Project Mibt Raney Indian law Retourrr Center ir MnUrynhn Cml IjbcrtK-i Irutitutr Daniel S. . Rcy Bear Advocates for Children Karen ShifT AIDS Service of Arntm Capital Area AIDS legal Project Jonathan Tame Dkxrun Migrant jfc Refugee Service! Mile Lorre Texac Rural legal Aid A lea Vcltman Sierra Club Jennifer RieharrKon ★ ORGAN I Z A T I O N S ★ Texas Law Fellowships — 45Texas Law Review FRONT ROW: Nellie Shipley Tomlinson. Elizabeth Bennett Pearsall, Brian Lindsey Burgess. A. Allisc Burris. Martin Joseph Peek. Bertrand C. Fry. SECOND ROW: Scott W. Breedlove. Michael 1.. Jackson, John F. Cap]) . Clark M. Ncily, Jessica Bolgcr. Jonatlian Andie Kindred Iruelove, THIRD ROW: David S. Coale, Laura F. I.eszinske, Paul Anton Schwcizcr. Shelton M. Vaughan, Bret R. Gunnell. BACK ROW: Sue Krenek. Allison B. Koseman. Elizabeth Schwartz., Stuart L. Ixviton. Jim A. Hemphill. The Texas Law Review, now in its seventy-first year, publishes seven issues each year containing articles by professors, judges, and practicing attorneys, and notes by student members of the Review. Membership is chosen from students finishing their first year by the current Editorial Board, made up entirely of third-year law students, based on grades and writing quality. The Review is proud of its latest extra publications: new editions of the Manual on Style and the Texas Rules of Form. Al Brooke and Greg Coleman of volume 70 put together a special compilation book called the Texas Litigation Reader that has re- ceived a lot of favorable comments. Other activities included many lav firm-sponsored parties and a book auction in the spring where we tried to talk frugal law professors intopay-ing onc-cent on the dollar for boob sent to our Book Review Editor foe possible review. The Review cosponsored a symposium with Dean Yudof and Professor IssacliarofT cm First Amendment issues in November, publishing articles from it in iv sue 7. The Texas I .aw Review Av sociation Annual Banquet was held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin and everyone said that it was planned by the most charming Executive Director in memory. .uo 46 — Texas Law ReviewEDITORIAL BOARD, FRONT ROW: A. Allisc Burris. Rick Thomp-j'Ni, AObon Roseman, Heidi Mahon. SECOND ROW: Carmel Martin. Lyrissa Catherine Barnett, Bertrand C. Fry. Patrick Frey. Jessica John TUnat Bolger. THIRD ROW: Jim Hemphill, Eddy Daniels. David Coale, Brian Burgess. Martin Peck. BACK ROW’: David Ward Schultz, Stuart tawrence Leviton, Robert Charles DcCarli. ★ORGAN I ZAT I O N S ★ Texas Law Review — 47 u k» Thurgood Marshall Legal Society The Thurgood Marshall I.egal Society was established 23 years ago to address the interests and concerns of African American students at the University of Texas .School of Law. TMLS seeks to increase the number of African American students at the Law School, to encourage the academic excellence of African American students and to assist students in securing employment. FRONT ROW: Dawnita Julianna Wilson, Joy Marie Thomas, Carla Joyce Gay. Estrcllita J. Doolin, l.isa Lewis. Lorinda Rachel Taylor, Hannah Duke Huckaby. Brenda Delois King, James A. Andrus, Mischa Dawn Buford, Nikol Gertrude Alexander, April J. Clieauun, Sandra D. Carpenter, Hayward A. Verdun. SECOND ROW: Warigia Margaret Bowman, Staci I.yncttc Glenn, IxrNora F.vette King, Victoria D. Lewis-Dunn, Timothy A. Morris. Roderick B. Glass Ivory J. Tate, Tona Oliver Jasper. Leslie M. Hardy. Jacqueline Rose Sandoval, James Ray Hines. BACK ROW: Dionne Valcnzia Hinds. Elita Denise Cobbs. Donna Yvette Hall. Sucwan Mickolette Johnson, Kristie G. King. Susan Hardison Chase, Kimberly Carol Young, David Slaton, Glenn S. Greene. Byron Michael Purcell, Byron F.. Davis, Danese Katrina Banks. Kimberly Shawn Burley. Donna Yvette Frazier. Members arc dedicated to improving the quality of life in the Austin African American community and are active in various community service projects including an Adopt-a-School Program to encourage high school students to stay in school and become productive individuals in their future careers. Reagan High School was adopted by TMLS. Members regularly participate in lunches with seniors to discuss their career goals and future plans. Thurgood Marshall Legal Society was honored by the National Black Law Students Association with the National Community Service Award for the Adopt-a-School Program. Society members demonstrated advocacy at its best at the 1993 Rocky Mountain Black Law Students Association (BLSA) Regional Conference held Jan. 28-30 in Dallas, Texas. TMLS sent three teams to the Douglass Moot Court competition. Team members Joy Thomas and Sandra Carpenter advanced to the final round and won the Charles Hamilton Houston Award for Final- ists. TMLS honored the memory of ibt late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall on Feb. 4. T.v tribute commemorated the life ane legal legacy of Justice Marshall. TMLS also sponsors social mixen and an annual banquet. The 12th Annual TMLS Banquet was held o’! April 17 in the Lila B. F.ttcr Alumr: Center. Special guest speaker vs Professor Barbara Jordan. 48 — Thurgood Manliall I-cgal SocietyWomen’s Law Caucus The Women's Law Caucus is a political organization organized to educate the law school community on issues that affect women law students and women in general, including academic and professional development, diversity and social and political awareness. In the past, the Caucus has received the Student Bar Association Award for the most active student organization. The Caucus’ main focus during 1992-93 was sponsoring various panel discussions and increasing the number of both female faculty and students and establishing a scholarship for female law students. Past projects include the establishment of a part-time program, sick child care and involvement with other legal and political groups. The Caucus is also active with the Travis County Women lawyers’ Association. The Women’s Law Caucus accom- plishes its goals through the able efforts of several very active committees: education, political, social, mind body spirit, community service and outreach networking. FRONT ROW: Tona Oliver Jasper. Nicole Tlicrcse leBoctif, viu prtiident, Milbrey Ewing, Warigia Margaret Bowman. BACK ROW: Linda Reeder, F..A. Srere, Irtaturtr. Lori Lyncllc MusseMmc, pretitiml, Karen L. Lorch, seerttarj. Women's Law Caucus — 491 50 - StudentsStudents 51ABERNA1 IIY, KATHERINE ANN. Garland; Southern Vethodnt L'nivrr tlty. Board of Advocate . Amcrksn Journal of Criminal law. I hr Fedor-alht Society. Lawyer ChnvtUn Fellow-,tKP ADAMS, RICIIAKD ANDREW. Lakewood CA; Unitcrtity of Southern California. a ALDRICH. ELSA MARGARITA HouMon: Rice L'mvertity.CMtanola» Student Auocation. ALEMAN. JAIME. MtAlkn; Bavlor Urj.crwty. CKiuiw la Student Av toriat on. Project Info, Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee. Neighborhood Longhorn . ANDERSON. JANICE KATHLEEN. Auttin; Treat Women' L'nhrrtity, I nun Journal ol Women and the la«, Lawtefto-Lawtei Network. IAP, Women' Law Caaru . APPLEMAN. MICHAEL GORDON. Fort Worth: Unlreetity of Treat at Auttin. ARELLANO. ROBERTO, Mc»ko; Unlvertldad Autonnraa dr Gudalaja-ru. International Law Nuorty. Trta International la» Journal 52 — SeniorsROLCER. JESSICA. I Unford CT; University of Colorado at Boulder. Irut law Renew Executive Editor, Student Keciuittncnt and Orientation Committer, Assault and flattery. BOKK. USA KATHRYN. Tu'.sa Ok: Stanford University. American Journal of Criminal Uv. BROOKS. I.INDA RENEE, Dallas; 1 niimiiv of Texas at Auitin. Teach ing Quimutirr. Gamma Nu Oarp. CALDCLEUCH. ELIZABETH. Hour-ton; llnivmily of Texasat Austin, Texas Imernational law Journal. CANO. JOSE. Santa Rosa; Texas A M L tmrrvty. Aggie Law Students Arvo rial ton. Chxanu law Students Atauci alien. IntrOrctual Property Law Soci-ety. CARLISLE. DEREK CABOTT. Austin; University of Texas at Austin. CHAMBERS, KENT BRYAN. Tailot. Oklahoma Suite L Diversity. Intellectual Property law Society. COLMEM.RO. RUDY R.. Austin. University of Texas at Austin. Chicann law Students Avtociaiioc. Project Info. Minority Opportunities Committrr. COMPTON. DANE CHRISTOPHER. Austin; University of Houston, kud of Aihntatrt. CRACRAPT. CRISTIN MARIE. Dal las; University of California at lx An-gets. Gamma Nu Omega. DK CARLI. ROBERT CHARLES. Austin; University of California at San Diego. Texas Las. Reive . Book Review Editor. Bond of Advocatex Dl VOS. DANIEL MAURICE Houston: Texas AlfM University. Student Bur Association. Imrllrstual Properts La Society Seniors — 53SENIORS DOONAN, CAROL ELIZABETH. Ilujlwv University ofTcxatai Auxin. Gamma Nu Omega. Teaching QuumaXrr. DOUGLAS. RRACHKLI.F. RENEE, Auxin; Universityoflova. l eva Journal of Women and the ta«. Ttiurgood Manhall l-ega! Society. Alpha Kappa Alpha. EDMONDS. SHANNON TODD. Auv lin; Unhenky of Toai ai Auxin. Board of Aihooio. ELLIS. GREGORY KARL Auxin. Baylor Unhoniy. FARLEY. LANE. Auxin; Texas AiM University. American Journal of Crias-:nal Lax. Board of Adioaio. FEKETE. MONICA ANNE. Aux.n; University of Tn« ai Auxin. Trvav Internalieoai Lax Journal editor. FLEMINC. KATHARINE LEE Washington DC; Rite tr.iinXi. Rc-mx ol l-rfigilioo managing editor. Av aaah arid I'lattei y medley toordinator. American Inn of Court. FRANCIS. MICHAEL STEVEN. Southhke; University of T reat at Amlin. Board of Advocate . Environmental lax Society. GARCIA-ADA ME. JORGE ABE-LARDO. Mexico; Inxituio I'ecno-opre y dc Monterrey. Ton Inter national lax Journal. International lax Society. GERBER. MATTHEW JEFFREY. Hovaxon. UnnersXyof lexasat Auxui. GILLETTE. SUSAN DIANE. San An- loraio: Urivrrvty of Treat at Auxin. Retiex of Litigation, Who't Who Among American lax Studentt. 54 — SeniorsGOMEZ. MARTIN III. Auxin; Uni-sersily of Ten at Auxin. Chicano Law Student Association. GUNTF.R. CHRISTIE ANITA. Austin; Toil Afc.M University. Teaching Quiimutcr,GuAiu]iutu Kxiliangc Program. IIOCIIFEEDER, CARRIE BETH. Richardson; Bavior University, Teaching Qui maUrr. Ilcurd of Advocates. Amefican Journal of Criminal Law. GRIFFIN, JUUB ANN. Van; Univer-uty of Tent at Auxin. GUSKY. SUSAN DENMON. Auxin. Northeast Louitiana University. Review of I jtigalion. GUTIERREZ-CABALLERO. LUIS ANTONIO. Mexico; Univeriidad Autonoma dc Nuevo Leon. HAMER. CATHERINE JEAN. Temple: Texas AArM University, Snadrnt Recruitment and Orientation Coirmit-tee. American Journal of Ciiminal law. Board of Adsocatcv IIOFFMAN. THOMAS MARTIN. Ilouxon; University of Texas at Auxin. Texas International law Journal Chief Articles and Notes Fditor. Board of Ad-mxales. International law Society. Environmental law Society. IIOGELAND. JONNA KAY. Austin: Umsrtsity of Ion. Texas International law Journal Associate Fditor. HOLLAND. KATHRYN ELIZABETH. Fort Worth: lexis Chrixian University. International law Society President. Texas International law Journal Articles and Notes Editor. Seniors — 55SENIORS HUCKABY. HANNAH DUKE. Wich-in Fall : U niwnay of OkUbunu. Chi- »no Law Mudrnii Attociatton, Thurgood Marthall Legal Society. Children . Right Clink Faculty. Studr-a Curriculum OnirittH HURT. CHRISTY, Lubbock: Iexaa Tech Uaiicnity. Texa Journal of Vt'onni and the Law. HUTSON. AMY BETH. Plano; La . craity of Texa al Amlin. Trailing Qnirmatirr. Vudmt Krcruamrnf and Orientation Committee. INGRAHAM. KATHRYN DE-I.AINK. Na;iervillr II Nnrthwitrra Line nit . Tewch.ng Qui madet. Tex-a Inlrirullorul law Journal. INGRAM. BRIAN KF.ITII. Ode- «. l ou AkM Untictuty. ISI.AS. I.IEBETH JUANA. San An- Ionto; Baylor Umrenity, Project Info, Avuuk and Hauer . Oiicano la» Student Auocialxm. JANSEN. JEEERF.Y ARTHUR. Amlin: United State Air Forte Academy Board of Aihualo, American Bar A locution Moot Court Team. JARRARD. STEPHEN DUBOSE. FJ- g.n: Uniiertitv of Trxa at Auttin. Hoard of Advocate . I evil Renew of Litigation Aaaocialr Editor. JOHNSON. KENTON DEE, Ho-a.too; Unlvenfcy of Texaa at Audio. 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Tliurgood Martha II I-egat Society. National Black law Journal. Neighborhood l_ot ghorn . NAACP Legal Clinic. Senior 65MIDLAW APOLINSKY, CRAIG D. Birmingham Al. University of Virginia BARNWELL, SIVA E. Austin I'ni'mily of Tex at AuMin BO YEA, JEAN PIERRE Austin R»ce University ADAMS. KAREN ELISE Auxin University of Texas al A ait in ALLEN, KATIIRYN B. AuMin University of Tata al Austin ADAME, DEREK AMADOR AuMin University of Pennsylvania ACER. GI.ENN DO COCAS Jr Heath Tea A AM University BAKHT, JOHN RAY llouMon University of North Carolina at Chapel Mill BALLARD. JOEL DON Cleburne Baylor University AMIN, MAYL'R HARSH AD Auuia Indiana Cnhenir BARNEY. DAREN ROTAL Auxin Brigham Young Canerv HOC REAM). CINDY a Round Rock Southwestern Utnrrnin BRISCII. MICHAELC llouMon Ricr Cnivenity tit) — MidlawBKODSGAARD. DEENA Auxin I eras Chrixian InKrnin BYUN, JIN Auxin I iiitmit of Texas 11 Ainlin CHASTAIN. CRKWIRY Moejoe I.A MilKapsCoUtge cope. rim y Ru«r.ix Auxin Texas Ter li Unisefsily BRYANT, MATTHEW S. Auxin Washington and lav In.terms BUFORD. MISCIIA D. Tulsa OK Washington Univetsitvat St lanii mm BULLOCK. CYNTHIA A. Minden l-A IxMiUiana Suit Un-.trrsity CHRISTI.IKB. TERRY J. Georgetown Maiding Uimnsil COLE. SCOTT LAMAR San Marcos luiiinin of l(ui al Auxin .5- - mi COLLIER. TYREE C. Auxin Baylor Unisefsily COURTNEY. GEOFFREY San Antonio University of None Dame CRAFT. DAVID l_ llouxon Unisetsiiy ol Texas al AuMin CRAIN. ROBERT D. Dallas l.'nisers-ty of Texas al Auxin BURTON. KARIN M. Auxin University of Texan al Auxin CAYWOOD. MICHAF.L Auxin University of Texas at Auxin (XK)K. JENNIFER NANCY la-ague Cily Uniimiy of Timas al Austin CROCKER. SCOTT S. Fremonc CA Texas A AM Unisevsily Midlaw — 67DAVIS, WILLIAM DONALD Audio I'niwnii) nlTrxa a Awn MX WOOD. SHULL RIACH Aunfc I'mi Chraua I rnnh EPSTEIN, KEVIN MICHAEL Auuin Duke Uniwnilv EL BANK. STEPHEN WHITE lloutton Rxr Uniematy PAIKMAN, CIIRISTOPHF-R M. Auuin Uantnily of Trui at Auuin FELTS. PAUL MAKLIN Audio Southern Mrthodiu Uimmit) FLAHEKTV, FRANCIS CHRISTOPHER Auuin Unnrrwty of Tcxa» at II Paw rULGHUM. KOGEK JOSEPH Auttin Univnutyof Trxanal Auuin FULMER. JUDY ANN Auaun Unimaity ofTcuiit Auxin FULWILEB.JOE LAWRENCE Miuouri City Yak Uni TTvty 68 — MidlawGAMBR ELL, JOHN ERIC Auxin Tc a% A M University GARZA. DAVID THOMAS Auxin University of Texm at Auxin GILLARD. JOHN T. San Aniorno S«. Mary' Univerut GONZALEZ, VERONICA LEA Auxin 1'mm A AM University GOODSON. JOHN JOHN San Antonio Si. Mary' L'nKnuy GUILLORY. WIYLLIS ANN laic Charles I.A Uwuana Slate Lnnenity CL'NNIN. MICHAEL MURPHY Dallas Yale University HADDAD. SAAM Auxin University of I'esas at Auxin HALPKRN. DAVID CRANT Auxin Unhmity of Ton at Auxin Midlaw — 69HERMAN. PAUL IRA Autlin Unitraily of Tulu HOUSTON. JACE ANDREW Mnowr Univmay of 1 ru 11 Auxin HU. JULIE THOMAS Autlin llolltu CoUeyr HUDSON. GREGORY SPENCER Auxin I rinilv Unitmity HUNT. RUSSELL DAVID J - » » Auxin CoVtc HUNTER. LORRI DELYNN DilUt Abilene Chrixun Uaivmity IRWIN. DEBRA Auxin Unitmity of Tnun u Dalbt JOHNSON. BRUCE AI.AN WeX Liberty IA Inn Slur Unitrrvty 70 — MidlawLEATHER BERRY. KOYJ. Son Antonio Uniimfcjr of Aiiamn at hycltnile I.EBOEL'T. NICOLE T. Auxin Unnmil) of TcxaJ at Auxin LEO. MONICA ANN Auxin University of Tens it Auxin LEVY. M. RAPHAEL Auxin l.'nhvfdiyof Trail at Auxin LINDERS. KRISTIN A. Ailingum Texat Chrixiin L mu-uu LirOVSKI. TOM M. Auxin Lnrvenityof Too at Auxin LIPPMAN. JOANNA RAP. Auxin Ulinriut) ufTno at Auxin LORCH. KAREN I. San Antonxi Soithant Tcxai Sutc linixiMl) MA. MIRIAM MINC-WAI lloxxoa Rite Univmity UARTINE , ANA T. Ej«lr |'«u llukr L nlwnilf MARTINEZ, JAMES A. El Pax. Unhmiiy ofTnjial El Paxi MASTPRSON. BESS AuXin Sunfutil liimrtt t) MATIIIS.GRI.Ca Auxin Trinity Umvenity MATH LA, J. MICHAEL Auxin Lnivmitjr of T out at Auxin MIIIOUBI. BACIIIR Auxin linnrrnt) Do Montrral MORT. RAYMOND W. Auxin Puriluc Univmity MidLiv, — 71MIDLAW MCm.LKM.IE R. Irving Southern Methods' I'nirmiiy NAVARRO. ARTHUR A. Missouri City NEILL. SIIARLA JANE Audit I nieenitv of Tra at Arlington NGUYEN. KIIANII CONC Auxin University of Houston MASKS, ROBERT CRAIC Dallas Arizona State University ORTEGA. MIKE: RIVERA Auxin United Slatet Naval Academy PAIGE. RUSSELL OWEN Auxin RrtAvUrj Polytechnic Inultute PARSONS, JAMES T. Auxin Un,versus of I exit at Auxin PATTEN. GENE IIARLLY Auxin Unhmiti of Missouri at KoRa PHILLIPS. MELISSA L. AuXin University of Tmi at Auxin PICKERING. CHARLES Rt SSI I I Germantonn I S T'ulanc University PITTMAN-WALLER. VICTORIA Auxin Smith College PREBEG. MATTHEW J.M. AuUin Tccas A M Universes PUGH. LAURA KAY Auxin University of Texas at Auxin PURCELL, BYRON M. law AagrirtCA Uuivnvity of Southern California NEWBERC. JAMISON D. A axis University of Texas at Awns PARCH MAN, LAtRAC Auxin University uf Texas at Am PIPER. MICHAEL WAYS! Auxin Texas AI M Unisenin REDING. ELIZABETH Ul UUJaebon University of Texas at Auxin 72 — MidlawREEDER. LINDA M. Arlington limnui of Tmi at ArlniRttwi K1CIIAKUSON, JKNNIfKK I H. Ainlin Unhrnity of Train at Ainlin RICHARDSON. RISSEI.I. I ultbocW C'tmrruty uf Tcui at Au tin Kil l'. RACHEL l-ANNA Arntin UnivrrKty of Texan at AuHiti KIOJAS. ROBERT ERIC San Anton . Southern Mtthodttl Cnt'ervity RODRIGUEZ. EDWARD MICIIAEI. Broxinaillr College of Wi liam and Mary RODRIGUEZ. EERNANDO Ainlin UnWrTwly of Homion Midlaw — 73MIDLAW MLCIi. SUSAN r. HouUon Southern Mctbodtx Unrrmky SAMII. SALIMF. No. Yotk NV Burnt) Uniietuly SANDOVAL JACQUUIM NV Duke llnmnq SCHNOSE. TALL A. Auuin South Dakota School of Minn and T«fcw»u jp' SCII WHZf.lt. PAUL A. Auxin Unirmity of Teas at AuUio SHACKELFORD. CERALD Fort Worth Unirmity of Trxai at Auxin SHIELDS. WILLIAM C. SNrtvl.n IN Depauv iBiittutT SHULTZ4IAWK1NS. UM San AaKxao l.'ttitrd Sum Ait F « Aradrun SLUSH FR. AIMKECHERIK Cedar Park Unirmity of Trai at Auuin SMITH, JENNIFER LYNN Auuin IWa kor Unirmity SMITH. KRISTY LYNN Rkhardvxi Trui AAM Unlrenfcy SPILLFR. SCOTT ALAN Jack.boro Univmiiy ofTn» at Auuin SKERE. E. A. Auxin Unirmity of Toutlt Auxin STATON.SCOTT DAVID Bronx NY Moiehouw College STEWART. SAIIKINA E. Edmond OK Unbrnity of Coioeado at Boublrt STOKES. ROBERT J. Auuin Yale Uni.enxy THOMAS. AMY OWENS San Marco. Tea . Tech Unntnlt) TOMLINSON. NKLL1I Auuin valc IWitnkf 74 — MidlawTRArf, VIMI MONG Auuin Iriimilj of Team at Auuin WAITES. PATRICK IlcuUon Rxr Umteriity HIM KKC.AARD. NANA IkallA Southern Methodiu Unhcnity WVDEVEN, RICHARD Auuin Ummin of Wwwwn URBACH. CRAIG STUART Auuin 1‘il rr College r i -jj I in VALLOW, GENE CHARLES Auuin Georgia Teeh Ururrfuty VAUGHAN, SHELTON Auuin limwnii; of Houuon WAKELAND, RICHARD Auuin Tnun AIM Unnetiiti WANDER JOHNC Auuin WELCH, MARSHALL JACK Auuin Unitrruty of Te u» at Auuin YOUNG. CATHERINE A. Auuin Unnniil) ofTcaat il Auuin YOUNG, JESSICA W. Dallat DuLr Uturmitr ALOOM. JOHN A. Beaumont Ion AA-M UnKmity VERDUN. HAYWARD A. Auuin Ixumana State Unitettitj WELCIL VICTOR C. Ilouuor. Univcnily of Manlaml W ITT EN BURG, CHRHSI San Angela Tran AltM Lniwnit) ZANF.R, ADAM J. AuUm Unitrtwtt of leva at Auuin Midlaw — 75ALEXANDER. NIKOL GERTRL'DE Lafitrttr LA Southern Imitui. ANCIRA. JESSE JR. I it .-.r Southwn I evil Sute L’nivervty ARNOLD. KF.RSTIN RICH BERG Aurtin I'nhmk of Ten »t San Antoeao 76 — FrcshhwBROUSSARD. LAURENCE Ka«; Rice LO:vmiit BROWN. AMY MARIE Knndn«o4 Tan AAM Unimcly BRYANT. MICHAEL U. Audio Mocehouv College BURLEY, KIMBERLY S. Ilillvboto Univcnity of Too it Audio CALDWELL. BRENT T. Irtipirw Univcnity' of Ten at Audio CAMPERO. ADOLFO Amlin Univrruty ol Tom it Audio CASEY, SUSAN CHRISTEN Atlanta GA Emory Univcnity CASIAS, MICHAEL N. Sin Antonio United Sum Air Forre Academy CAST AC NOLI, CHARISSK Garland Uwivniir of California at iakHej CERRATO, CAYLE ANN Nevt Btannfrlv Univcnity of Trial at Amlin CHIN. KERIE B. Uiimul City Uiiilol Stater Air Force Academy CIIUTICK. JENNIFER L. lloounn Univcnity of Texas at Audio COBBS. ELITA DENISE Atlanta GA Wake Form Univcnity COE. I.AUKA JENINF. Audio Univcnity of Ton at Ainlin BROWN. JEB Lake Jarkton Lnucivit; of Tciat at Auvt.ii CARDENAS, EE DA ROSE Brcmmvillc Trinity Univcnity CHILDS. AI.I.YSON DaBiv John Hopkim Univcnity COI.IGADO. EDWARD D. Border Trinity Univcnity Fresh law — 77FRESHLAW CONNOLLY, JAMES D. Auxin United Sbln Air Force Academy COOK, SALLY V. Auxin University of Texas l Sail Antonio COPELAND. KELLI LYNN llouxon University of Tcxai at Auxin CORTEZ. MILES COCLEY Auxin Trinity University COWAN. CLAIBORNE L. Ililtsboro University of I'cui at Auxin COX. GREGORY FORREST Auxin Unhrnili of Texas at Auxin COX. SUSAN CAMILLE Auxin Auxin CoUfge CRAVEY. ROBIN TERRY Auxin University of Texas at Auxin CUNNINGHAM. LISA L. Auxin Texai A JeM University DANIKI.V DOUGLAS A. Ilouxon Duke University DANNER. LARS ANDREAS Dallas United States Military Academy DAPPER. JAMES H. Auxin University of Texas at Auxin DAPPER. JOHN MAURITS Auxin South eXern University CORCORAN. JOSEPH P. Auxin University of Texas at Amts CRA0niCK.CH ISTIL Midland University of Texas at AaX DANAMRAJ.SHRM.NIL Auxin Btria Inxitutc of TertuxJofv and Scsracr DAVIS. JASON M. Auxin Trinity Urevet vty 78 — Fresh lawDAVIS, WILLIAM A. JR. Auxin Rise University DE GF.ETER. JOHN V. Auxin Texas AA-V University DELAFUENTE.JOSEE. Houston Umimly of lexas at Auxin DE STETANO. DARREN K. Bcvan UnlvcrMy of Texas Auxin i .A DOMINGUEZ, ADRIENNE E. Dallas Harvard llnnmity DSOUZA, ANITA JOANNA Hourtoa Smith College DUKE. LORI KATHLEEN Auxin Cornell Univcnity DUPUY. STUARTS. San Antonio Duke University tmORIN, DANIEL W. Auxin Umversiry of Texas at Auxin DYER, BF.NJAMEN SIIANF. Auxin University of Texas at Auxin EMERSON. STACY LEIGH Auxin Texas Christian University ENCELHART, MATTHEW Auxin Texas AA.-M University KVETTS, MARK ALAN Hraixnct Rice University FEDORKO, JOHN M. Grand Prairie Tufts University FERGUSON, JULIE ANNE San Diego GA University ol Texas at Auxin KISHLK. ERIC ASHLEY Auxin Texas A M University DIN. TF.PO NAJUMUD Auxin DURHAM. KATHRYN E. Houston University of Texas at Auxin l.vaiBI.IX). SYLVIA Y. Supr land Southern Methodix University FLEMING. WHITNEY J. Austin Angelo Stale University Freslib FRESHLAW FRANZ. CHRIS CLARK CoUcynBr Unnrenity of Trai it Amlin CARCIA. RODRIGO JR. Amlin I'nnmiti of Hourton CECIL AARON ROIIERT Amlin Unnmii) cA Chicago GEOROE. TODD SMITH Amlin Southern Mcihodl UnirmRy GIRSON, JOHN M. FI Pmn Sol Rou Stole UnKcniiy GLENN. STACI LYNETTE Arlington Tom AlrM llnhmity middard.tr iqa Aman Cirorgtr-Melon fnitmo F rohtawGONZALEZ. RAUL A. Auxin l.'n trruly of Texas at Auxin GONZALEZ, VANESSA A. Bronnstillc Inn A M University CORDON. DANA ANNE So Braunfcli Trinity University GRIEVES, JAIMF. R. FI Paso Unnroily of Tnn n El him CUEDEA, EFREK M. Auxin Southern Melliudix linnet sity HAMILTON, COURTNEY a Auxin University of Imi X Auxin HAMMERS. MICHELE LEE Auxin Boston L'niscosiy HAMPTON. CHARLES B. Auxin Tom AIM Lnncniiy HAMPTON, TERRY !_ Austin Unhenity of Houxon HAN. JOHN CHONG-DAF. Auxin Unilrtsill of Mkhigan HARGRAVE. PARREL I. Auxin Taut A M Unircniiy HARPER. GEOFFREY S. Austin Emoiy Uniietsity HARTMAN, JEREMY T. Santa Anna Texas Texh L'niscoily HEBERT, STEPHANIE K. Austin Uniimity of Tcxai at Auxin HELMS. FRED ADLAM Austin University of Inui at Austin HENDERSON. REBECCA R. Austin I nivmity of Texas at Tylct HENRY. JOSEPH C. llouXon L'nisrrsily uf IRiuXon HERRING. GARY D. Auxin Southern MethodsX Unis mils HIGHTOWER. JEFFREY W. Auxin University of Texas at Austin HILL, SAMANTHA K- Atljtgton Smith CoBrgr Freshlaw — 81FRESHLAW HOOD, RENNAE KIANA Ulcmjal CX) Unhrrtily of Color lu u Bouldrr r m f 111 HURLEY. PATRICK JOEE Italia Tmi Chnxian Unitmitt JOHNSON. SOW AN M. Auxin foumitu Stair I Intimity HINTON. RORIN l il la. Univmly of Miuouri M CotiimliM HOI.I AND. ROBERT W. Auxin United State Air Pom Academy 4 f IIOI.ZER. NATHANIEL P. Auu in UnurriiiT of Toil u Arlington HONC.JfNGVCK.NT. Annin linhrncly of Teal at AiX HOOVER. SCOTT ALAN PUuRTirillc Hard ng Uniieraty HORN. LEAH TOINLTIE Auxin Vniimin of Tran al Arlington IIOKNHtCKI.r, STEPHEN IlniSoi Waihingion and Lee Unlvrrmy HUMS. SHELLY RENT Uitt (Turin I .A Holy CrouCoTctr INFANTE. CRISTINA Hour on I kart month College JALCFKA. SHEILA ILLNE Comln Southimt Trcu State f nhenity JENSEN. STAN RAY Nan Anloruo Brigtum Young tnivrrvrv JOHNSON. CHARLOTTE I. Aim in I'tiiwTvti of Noitingki 82 Freshhwr KAFrE.SIIF.RYL LYNN I« Anarin CA lli.rruty of California at le» Angelo KENNEDY, KRISTINA M. Auuin Unltcniiy of Truin Amlin HIHHI KIRTNER. JEFFREY D. Austin L mwnilt of Chicago KISSINGER. ASHLEY I. Denser CO Stanford I .'oivro.it) KLAAS, KI.IZARLIII ANN Doable Oak Midwestern State Lnitrtut) KLAMERT. ABIGAIL C Austin InmtTUilr Word (iollegc KNIGHT, CHARLES j. Auxin Wot Texas Mate L niserxitt KL'PKK. KIRA lloux on Tubnr Uni cm. tv KWAN, MICHELLE D. Sun Aoiotu) Unisrruty of Pennsylvania LAIRD. GREGORY P. Spring Unisrrsilv ol Irxasal Auuin LANKAK. CLAUDIA F- Auuin University ol l n« at Auu n LANGFORD, WILLIAM D. Ilavtinyv NE Hastings College LARSEN, RRYN KRISTIN Auuin Uniset sitv of Chicago LAUDERDALE. MELISSA I. Auuin IMttnlty of Texas at AuUm LEVIN. I LAN M. Austin Unncriity of Texas at Auuin LITTON. TODD CATLETT Auxin Duke University Fresh law — 83FRESHLAW I.OKWY, BOB GRAHAM Chaprl llill NC Unircruty of North Carolina al Qupd IIIU LONGORIA. HECTOR C. Auxin Tcxu AAM Uniimily LOWE. KELLY L Auxin Scniihrm Mrtlio.Lv Ini.riMIr LUCINDA. LAURA E. Auxin Univcrvly of Chicago MARGIN, MICHAFJ. RAUL Auxin Sul Ron Suir l.'nlvrrviy MARKOWITZ. LAUREN M. Nort bridge CA Unheruiy of Trui ji Auxin MARSHALL. JASON C. Auxin i'cu. AAM tnimiiii rS MC CARTIIY. DONALD Auxin San Joir Sutr Unirerxl MC CORMICK. JONATHAN Ami In Soothwntrm Unnrnicy MC CORMICK. MAR.ME A. Horror Unhmxy of 1 rui al Auxin MCCRACKEN. WM. B. Corpua Qnnci Pnncrtoo Unhmity LOWK ANCf, VAIERIt D, Sepia Unintai) nf Tr»a. at Aa«n y M ARYi. ERIC H. Dalla. Rxe lamin MC CUTCHAN. ROBLRI R Mb Rrimrtoa UmcMi MM, JAMES ADAM R. Ingland 84 — Fresh lawVIIGGESIN, LAURIEJ. Amlin Ccfumbui CoBege of Chicago MERER. MARGOT ANN Austin Rice Unisetsily ME MNGER, ZOF. EMILY Austin T'riniiy I nKctviv METZGER, JOHN DANIEL Houston Unismity of Tran at Austin MONTEORD. MINDY Aauin I nhrrsity of Texas at Austin MONTOYA. DAVID A. Austin Ulirsctsil) of Nolle Daate MOORE. DANIEL JAMES Omaha NK Unite! sit of Houston MOORE. JON DEREK College Station Tcaiaa .SAM University MOORE. WILLIAM A. Austin Texas A rM Unrvrrsatr MORAN. RORE EILEEN llouUun llouard University MORGAN. MELISSA R. Midland University of Texas at Permian Basin MORITZ, DEBRA Y. Nets Braunfels University of Texas at San Antonio Ml IK. CHAD HUNTER Houston Princeton L n.serwts MURPHY, LUCRETIA P. Auxin Georgetown University (f?) A i fc MURK. GEORGE HAMIIER Houston University of Texas at Auxin MURRAY. TODD A. Attain Tan AAAI Uniscrsity MILTON. JAMES CRAIG Austin Oklahoma Stale University MOORE. MARLA A. Auxin Smithurslrin University MORRIS. THOMAS JAMES Austin Southern Methods! University NEAL. SIIELLI LATRICE Plano Vanderbilt Unnersity Freshbw — 85FRESHLAW NIHON YAKACI. Ml 1st IIO Japan IMicnlty of Virjfinu PALMER, DAVID AI.LEN Hertford I (ui At.M Innmilt PERRY, ANN AuX:n Stnkh CoBfijr NELSON, MARK C. Stephen MN Uniterm of North IUlou NEWKIRK, CHRISTIE A. Auxin Unbent; of I «• • ai AuMin NEWSOME, WILLIAM R. IXOk. Di .kKo-i Crilrgr OLIVAREZ, LIANA EDISA Cotpui Chnxi l.'nhrrxitt of Tex .u Auxin PATTERSON. JAMES M. I)i L» Southern Method lx Unfanky PECHERSKY. BRYAN J. PD to Uniterm) of Ten jt Auxin PECK. MICHAEL I. Port Worth Soudixettrtn Uniterm) PF.ATANA, HECKY E. Auxin Lnitmitt of Trui at Auxin PETERSON, T. LAYNE Auxin lowi Notr L'nivrtrity PIKTRANI ONE, MARK J. Auxin Pur due Uniterm? MEM ANN. CONNIE r. Auxin t. nitenit) of Teu» u Anti; OWEN. ELIZABETH A. Rtr Rxe Iimhtxi PEINE, MARTHA. Auxin Uniterm? of Homtex ▲ % PICO, ALAN WAYNt Auxin Stephen f. Auxin Sue Unhenk) 86 — Fresh lawFOE, JENNIFER RUTH Austin University of Texas » Auuin J i 1 M POWERS. ANN REBECCA AuMin Tex AArM Lniimily t- •:K F m PROVOST. SIAN E. Attain lou.uatu Slate University RAINL. SUSAN PATRICIA PUno Auuin CoBccc RAT LI IT. SHANNON II. Auuin llaverford College REED. KYI.K ARI Sugar Land University of Texas at Austin REESE. NOEL HENRY Gonalct Vanderbilt University RECNERY. DARLA Kuand Re '» California State University at Long Heath REWOLDS. JANET LEE (inner no T real A AM Imittan RICHARDSON. DAVID K. AltadmaCA Howard University RICHARDSON'. CWYN Carrol It on Bryn Havre College RICHARDSON. NANCY A. Auuin St. Mvard'i University RlCOINS. JAY ELLIOTT New Braunlels Lnivenily oi Texas at Austin RIOU. PIERRE JOSEPH Austin Texas AAM Unisersity at Galveston ROWE. JAMES DAVID Auuin University of Oklahoma RYAN. MARIA THERESA Nassau Bay Georgetown University RAMIREZ. EI.1SSA TERESE San Antonio Univetsitj e ( Notte IXssvr REY-BEAR. DANIEL I.S.J. Auuin Riee L nisersity RIDDLE. CATHERINE K. Auuin Texas Christian University SALINAS. ANGELICA I. Meouch Texas A M University Frcshhtw — 87SAUNDERS, KEITH WAYNE Center Point Unnrnilt ol Irxu at Auitin SCIIU 1.1.ER. VIKJAM TAMARA Foil Worth Unismity of Virginia .WIRIHNI.R. VARA NTH Auitin Pittsburg Statr llahmk} SELLARS, TODD KKITH Austin Uaiwnity of Term at Auuin MIAYANI, PA YAM PAUL Dallas Southern Methodist Unismity MILKMAN, LISA W. AuUif) Louisiana Stair L niscisits SIMMS. CARLA CAY Auuin Nub Houston State Umsmsty STILWELU JAMES HOWARD Austin Bailor UnircTMts SITTER. 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YALE HAN Kort Worth CMptimi L'nitTTxity YOI NC. AIMEE ROCHELLE Auttin Texas A A M Unirctsity ZACHARY. WILLIAM GARRETT Auttin Louisiana Collcjjc ZAIIN, LAWRENCE HOWARD Dallas Wi lliams College ZIMMERMAN. GARY JAY Austin Claremont McKcntu College FrcshUw — 9i92 — Faculty and StaffFaculty and Staff — 93DEANS of the School of Law Mark G. Yudof, Dean, School of 1-aw. John Jeffers Research Chair in Law and James A. Elkins Centennial Chair in Law. B.A. 1965, LL.B. 1968, Pennsylvania. Hrnrj T.C Hu. AuwilK Dean foe Academic Altar and The Mam Meixan Profaror is Law. 8S. 1975. M.A. 1976. J D. 1979. Y Donna J. Pamoru. Avuun Dean lor Comm u.ng l egal r-la.al.on B.A 1940, M B A. I‘W9. I mi. Dougin. Lnvcock Amnilr Dean for Koran and Alxr McKean Young Reger . Chair. B A 1979. Michigan Mate CiwwwIjr.J.D. I97J.O cn o. 94 — DeansI-mjuIu A. Hamilton. UtiUjnl Dean for Ad- smwioitt. B.A. 19 5. California Sratr I’nivrrvij a« Ixrg Brath; J.U. 1985. Tens. M. Mkfiacl Sharlol. Awociatr Dean of Ara-demit Affairrand Wright C. Morrow I’rofcwor of U», B A. 1959. Aniioch; ll.B. 1962. Prnn- nleania. Annette S. Jonca, AuMtant Dean lor Career Seeder B.A. 981. Dulc Ul»m«ir,J.D. 1985. Trm Deans — 95I «vid A. Anderson. ThocapMO i Knight Cm lennial Professor In Law and James K. Dougherty Chair for Faculty In Kxcclksicr. A.B. 196 . Harvard; J.I). 1971. Texas Jack M. Halkin. Charles Irfford McCormick Professor of Law. A.B. 1978. J.I). 1981. liar-sard. 96 — FacultyLoftu C. Cirwn II. Profmor ini Mraibgrpr it Ktkc tnurmol laoaHy Fellow in Law. tvs IMS. Cornell: MPubAIT 1970. Pnrxcton (Woodrow W'iboa School); J.U. 1975. Harvard; M.B.A. 1980. Pmm)lv»r U (Whaiion School). Faculty — 97Mania L. Camp. Adjunct Profrunr. BA 1976, Ontrnary: J.D 1979. Southern (rthr«lin Uni-tcrtity. RobCTt W. Dawwo. »r int Sawh Ou in La. B A. I960, l.-nivrruty at Miuouti: U.B. I96J. WmhiQRton (inivenily (St. l «in)c S.J.D. I9W Wocumin. J 98 — Family„ ,J M. lloJp. W. ll.i'tMKn Jr. Piufcwii. B..V. I.L.B. 1967. Ilirvjrd; U..M 1973. Vw Yort UnK«nity. Faculty — 99JuIIm c. C«iau Earl F. Sheffield Re ent. CJu r. B A. 1953. City Colle c of New Yo»k:J D I95S. l.l_M 1965. Harvard W.U..- a Hal . Sylvan tan Prof«aor r»«wtu. B A 195J. Hcodmoa Su«e. LL B 1955. Traat. SJD 1955. Harvard. 100 — FacultyLiao A. (.raglia. A. lAilton Uou Profcwor at la» and Hie Fondien Fouiiduidn Centennial Chair for Facultv KxorlSerxe. b.A. 1952. Citv U Ur e cw York): Ll.U. 1951. Columbia. Robert W. Hamilton, Minerva Derate Dryvlalc Rcxrnu Chair in Ian and Harden W. Head KeRr-nt Chair for Faculty KtctHtnee. b.A 1952. Sr«»rth!Eore;J.D. 1955. Chicago. Faculty — 101J. Lcoo Lebcwiu. Joseph C. Iltiuhrwn Pro fcMOf in I j« fnxiilut. 1.1-B. IMS. A.B. 1950. Bjjlor; LLM. 1952. New York Univmsly. 102 — FacultyFaculty — 1 OSHoy M. Merely. HJtoo M llydcr. Jr. and Martha Rowan llydrr CrtWmul Pro-fraor, Law Librarian and llirraor of Ltfd Rmnh. t.S. 1948. J I). 1M2. MALS 195$. Wiwomlr Linda S. Mulleni . HcrrurdJ. UirdUnunnul Krofcvaoc B.A. 1971. C » CoJegr of New York: M. Phil. 1974. raD 1977. Ccton.Ua; J.D 1980. Georgetown L.A. S«« Powe Jr.. Anne Green Regent! Chair, ftufewr of l- » and Profewor of Cowfoant. AA. 196$. Yale-. J, ft. 1968. Kaddngloa(Seattle). William C. Power Jr.. I firm H Hikrt and Thrlma Krttry Baker Chair a Law B.A 1967. UmiTTvry of California (Berkeley . J.l . 1973, Harvard. 104 — FacultyAlan S. Kau. Robert K WirxJfohr and Anne Burnell Windfohr Profcnor in Oil. Gai and Mineral lam. B.A. 1965, LL.B. 1967, Harvard. John A. Rohertaon rhomat Wan Gregory Profnaor. B A. 1961. Dartmouth; J.D 1968. Harvard. David W. Rofccrlvon. A.W. Walker Centennial Chair. B.A. I960. LL.B. 1961. I»uitiana State Imvrrvay. I.I .M 1965. J.S.D. 1968. Yale. Tbomav D. RumcII. A nut ant Profaaor. B A. 1983. Nutthxeuern; M A. 1986. J.D. 1989. Stanford. Faculty---105Charle Silver, IVolc-rior ind Jotrpli Patclial DreibrOm Faculty Fellow .n law. BA. 1979. Unnenity of Florida: M.A. 1981, Lniverutr of Chxigo: J.l». 1987. Yak- I Farid X. Sokolow. Adjunct Arthur.! Profrtvw. B.A. 1970. M.A. 1971, J.D. 1979. Columbia: M.B.A. ripened 1992. Tnui Jordan Striker. Auittant Prof error and Frflo» to the Leroy C. Denman Rcgcntr Proltrtorrhr? in Ural Property law. B A. 1984. Wcrlejan.J P-1988. Harvard. 106 — Facultyjolia J. Sampan. William Benjamin Wynne Profewor in Law. B.B.A. 1957. LI..B. 1966. Minnnoo. trneM I- Smith. Rex G. Bxi.tr Centennial Cbu in Nxlural Re ourcc« law. B A. 1958. Southern Urtliodiu UnivrTvty; I.I..B. 190?. Harvard. Michael F. Slurley. Stanley I), and Sandra J. Rmenbetg Centennial Profeuor in Property law. B A. 1977, Yale; B.A- (jurisprudence) 1930. Oxford; J.D 1981. Yale: M.A. 1985. Oxford. Faculty — 107I jmiIx Wrinbrrg. Anfcnn Sc Kunh Crmninal Proicwor in Ua and Kulbrighi jfjaannli Kr Krnu Roraf.il finiowr in laar. A.B. I9W, Cornell; J.L . 1969. LI. M. 1 97-1. Harvard Jay L. Wcalbrouk. Bcnoo C. Schridl Chair of Butinru l-a». 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SfAtuOnrift 112 School of law StaffSchool of Law Staff COMPUTER SERVICES: Glenn Smith. Dena Bruce. Johanna I-cc. PRINT SHOP: David Dominguez. Fredo Mur-phy. School of Law Staff— 113School of Law Staff KF.ETON’S CASINO STAFF: Yesenia Gonzales, Ken Morra, Theresa A. Davis, Vincent Gonzales. Crorgt ttndfti MAIN OFFICE STAFF: Stella Torre , Kalyani Suryanarayanan, Diane Selken, Marie lloepken. .AmiHm DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL: Becky Drake. 114 — School of law StaffCAREER SERVICES OFFICE; Rcncc Biz cll. Arietta Tompkins. Ginger Istas. Tracy Epstein. Annette Jones. G rft Bnifn School of I .aw Staff — 1151993 PEREGRINUS YEARBOOK INDEX Abtnwtkv. Katherine Ann........... 20. 52 Acotta. Manuel....................... 7 Adame. Detrk ..................... 11.64 Aciamt, Karen...................... 2.66 Adam . Richard Andir ............ JO. 32 Adtrr. Kritlin Elizabeth ............ 76 ADVERTISING......................... 122 AUni».OKir .......................... JO Akmu. Victor ........................ 76 Aldrich. Flu Margarita .............. 62 AMntli, Suun Fhrabrth ............... 74 Airman. Jainr .................... 20.62 Alexander. Silol Gertrude .......... 76 Alim. Brian ..................... 11. 20 Alien. Kathiyn ftrrnetl ............ 64 ALUMNI ASSOCIATION ................... IS AMF RICAN JOURNAL OF CRIMINAL LAW................................ 21 Amin. Mnut llarxhad ................64 Ancara. JrwJr....................... 76 Ander. A Inn........................ 18 Artderton. Brrnc Ikruld ............ 20 Anclrrwm. Janar KaiMrrn.......... 20. 62 Anthony, Julian Lawrence ........... 20 Anthony. Sarah Geoghegan............ 20 Apilimly. Craig Daniri.............. 64 Applemar. Michael Cordon......... 20. 62 Arbogatt.Jamet Daniel ........... 20 Arribno. Robrtto ................ 21. 62 Anmirong, Timothy Keith ............ 20 Arnold. Return F.ichbrrg.... ....... 76 Arrantbidr. Joteph Carl ......... 20.62 Athlock. Stefnee Deann........... 20. 62 ASSAULT AND FLATTERY................ 26 Auer. Glenn Dovglat Jr .............66 Auray. Marie Lor mi................. 20 Aimdano. Atthuro Moerneau .......... 62 Arir. Yatmin........................ 20 B Babuk. Jnnathan Oirtunyiher 70 BACIIFLORS OF L AW 12 Baiee, Flirabeih Anne 76 Barnet. IVxeu Denite . .... 20 Btnd. Timothy Stephen 20 Raker, Jamet 10.76 Baler. Scott Patrick 70 Riktu. John Rat 66 Baldridge. Harford Burton 20 Baibrd. Joel Don 66 Bankt, Danete Katrma 76 Barnet. Abn 10 Barnett. I.trma Catherine 70 Barney. Daren Royal 66 Barnwell. Sita FSrabrth 66 Baum. Ainu tonne 20 Bailey. Rnunl Alan 20 Rayouth. laura Kathryn 20 BrN , Oinuiu F.njr ne 76 Brlrfon. Jonathan Abn 76 Oeller. Rkhatd Beer. Jeflrey Gemge ... 20 Bergmann, Cornelu Mafia 20 Betgmann.Jatoei ............ 16 Berlman. Charley 11.20 Bet loot. Suun Ruppret 20 Brv men. Direm Suun 76 Bbitia.SK,Ipa 20 Bilhngyley. Jamet Henry 20 Bntmeyrr. Ramon Daniri ...... 20 Black. Audrey Mebuu . 20 BUckerbv, dim Aten JO Bbnd. Dana R«bm 20. 52 Bley. Lorm Fliaabeth 66 Block. Flame Lyra 76 BOARD OF ADVOCATES . 26 Bodrntinh. Krntin Jenmfee .... BoSr. Rm U Bralger. Jettica Bolton. Ruby ............... Bone. Kathleen.............. Borl, LAa Kathryn........... Boeow, Hilary Otanning .... Bowrl, Audrey Lynn ......... Bourgeon, Alexandir Phlippe Boor land, Candy Ohon....... Boorari. Finite llendervm .. Bowie. Gordon Alexander N . Bowman. Wangu............... Bond. Derrick............... Borea. Jean Pierre ......... Borer. Madeleine Anne ...... Sorter. J Marcu ............ Brae Lin. Dewey Alan ....... Bradley, Martha Ann ......... Bridthaw, Ronald Form! .... Bradthav, Terry.............. Rramanti. Abne Magdalena ... Branch. Monica Mkhelle Brar.nan. Jennifer Diane .... Brant h. Clayton ............ Brredlme. Seoit Wavne........ Bridget. George ............. Brmkley. Marcu Jean.......... Brivh. Mkhurl Curtly ........ Britt. Frica Helen........... Brodrgaard, Deena............ Bronkt, Linda Renee ......... Brouttard. CandanceJean .... Brouturd. Laurence D......... Brown. Amy Marie.............. Brown. Chrh .................. Brown. Hubert Row............. Brown. JeS ................... Blown. Philip Minton ......... Broth, James.................. Bream. Matthew Scrjiben....... Biyant. Michael David ........ Buford. Mrtcha Dawn........... BullocL, Cymhia Anne.......... Bunn. Nicole ................. Bunrag. Dol................... Boot. Rohrrt fhrnropher ...... Buigevt. Chtittine ........... Burley. Kimberly Shawn........ Burnett. Deanne I aura ....... Burnt, Ann Aline.............. Burton, Karin Marthill ....... Butt. I.kxfwy F.... ......... Butler. Keilha Jetuhn ........ Butler. Rolrtia Dima ......... Bvur. Jin.................... c Cahill. Timothy Joteph .. Calcote. Sarah Ffirabrth .. Caldcleugh. Fliaabeth .... Caldwell. Brent Taylor ... Caldwell WiOuiw R ...... Cal boon. Michael Lee ... Camarillo, fhrabrth..... Camp. Carol Rene ....... Cantpeto. Adolfo ....... Cano. Jote.............. Cantu. Ruben............ Gappy. Patricia Lee..... Cardmat. Fhtirote....... CarMr. (Vert ........... Caipenter. Chincun Clare Carpenter. Sandra ...... Carr. John Newman .... Cair.Jon Newman ......... Carroll linwlr Renee ... Carrol. Rodney Brian .... Cat thy. Me Donald....... Cartwright. Sandy l-ogar Cater. Suun Chrtuen...... Cauat. Mwharf Nathan . .. Cauagnoti. Otaemte....... CayciBo. Jennifer........ Catnlto, Juan Miguel .... Canto. Sandra G ......... .. 10.66 .. 10. II .. 20.55 .....20 ..... 20 ..... 20 .. 11.66 ..... 76 ..... 18 ..... 16 ..... 16 .....66 ... 2.66 ..... 76 _____ 20 _____ 18 .... 77 .... 16 .... 66 .... 20 .... 77 .....2 .... 66 .....2 .... 20 .... 66 .... 20 .... 67 20.65 ... 20 ... 77 ... 77 ...10 ... 20 ...77 ...II .... 2 ... 67 ... 77 11.67 11.67 ... 10 ... 21 ... 20 10. II ...77 ..II ... 20 .. 67 .. 20 .. II .. II .. 67 Cate, Ali................................ 2 Cat arm. Fdward Andrew.................. 20 Cayvood. Michael ....................... 67 Orrata, Carle Ann ..................... 77 Chjmbert. Kent Bryan.................. 20. 55 Chandler. Todd Rochcll................. 20 Chi tiara, Gregory Himpcon ............ 67 CHJCANO LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION......................... 27 Chlldt. AIMor ......................... 77 Chin. Kerie B........................... 77 Chovanrc. Jerome Frank Jr...............20 ChrittSeb. Terry J ..................... 67 Ch.yttick. Jennifer Lynn................ 77 Clipptfon.John Ihonut .................. 20 Clayton, Jarnet Dennit ................. 20 Cluck. Ortwin FJuabeth ................ II Clack. I racy Dre ...................... 20 Coalr. Dai vl...................... 10. 20 Cojtrv Geeig Weber ..................... 20 Coatv " iJharw Fred .................... 18 Cnhbt. Flea IVrne....................... 77 Coe. Laura Jenine .................... 77 Coir, Scoct ....................... 10.67 Cnfcgadn. Fdward Dutid.................. 77 CoBirr. Tyree Cameron................... 67 Cobomero. Kudi R .................. 20. 55 Compton Dane Chine opher .......... 20. 55 Connaway. Oren Lee .................... II Connolly.Jamet Douglat ................ 78 Cook, Jennifer Nancy................... 67 Cook. Sallr V ......................... 78 Cook. I omya Kar...................... 18 Cope. Johnnie Joe ..................... 18 Cope. Kelly........................ 16.47 Copeland. Krill Lytm ................. 78 Deytatt. Aaron Conrad ..................JtJ DrStrfjno. Dairen Keeh ..................75 Detrick, Robert Paul ...................20 De Vot, Daniri Maurice ............. 20.55 Dial MU Rene ............................20 DiRon, Matthew Byron.....................20 Dm. Tepo Najumod ........................75 Dmn. Eric............................ 16.26 Dome. Marlon ............... Dopvngur . Adrienne Flt aheth Duoho. FatreBka J .......... Doonaa, Carol Fb abrth ..... fhwagbv Rrachllr Renee ..... Duuglat. RrachrCe Renee .... Doyle. Trek CarKand......... Dwm i, Anita Joanna.......... Duddtarn. Kevin ............. Duff. Katherme .............. Duke, I nei Kathleen......... Duncan. Jamet Atery ......... Dupur. Sluart Shaffer ....... Durham. Kathryn Fhrabrth .... ____ Dwotir . IXimel WiRum ................75 Dyer. Benyamen Share..................75 ... JO .....75 .....68 .. 20.M .....20 .....M .....60 .... 75 . 16. M 6.16.10 .... 75 .... 18 .... 75 .... 75 rutlm. Tobv Coy .. Futon, Melnta Anne . Fclett. Milrt Ronald Edgette. Krma Both Fdmoexli. John 20 l 20 20 II Copefin. Abn Roger Corcoran, Joteph Peter ....... Cord ora. Dune J.............. Comnado. Tim Marie ........... CORPORATE COUNSEL SOCIETY ( oner. Mdet Cogley 18 78 20 18 28 78 Courtney. Geoffrey Ned.................. 67 ...... to ......20 ... 20.55 ...... 77 ......20 ...... II .... 9. 10 ...... 20 ......77 20.55 .....20 .....67 .....77 11.20. 55 .....20 . 11.16 ..... II .....20 ..... IS .....67 .....II .....to .....77 .....77 ..... 77 ..... 70 .....20 ..... 07 Cover. Mark ARert ............ Cowan. ( Inbornr Lamar ....... Co . Gregory Forrrw........... Co . Suun CamtBr.............. Cray raft, fmtin Marie........ Craddvk. Chinn Leigh ......... Craft. Daiwf L ............... Cram. Robert Dnwger .......... Cramer. Catherine Mane......... Cratey. Robtn Terry ........... CRIMINAL OFFFNSE CLINIC . Crocker. Scott Sherwood........ Ctott. Ronald Dr Wayne................. 20 Crowton. IhonjtJ ...................... 78 Culic. Mary l ucia..................... 20 Cullm. Thereia Anre ................... 63 Cummlngt. Scott A...................... 78 Cunningham. Liu latelV ................ 78 Currie. Suun MicMIr.................... 20 Cutter, Fate John ..................... 20 ... 18 ,.. 78 .. 78 .. 78 20.55 .. 78 .. 67 .. 67 .. 18 .. 78 ... 8 ,. 67 rdmontlt. Shat non Finld.......... 20. 5 Fggleilon. Chm ........................ 2 Fhrnndn. I Ka Anne................... FJK Gregory Karl ................. 2®. Fflit, Inn ......................... FOwond. Sheib Rtarh ................ « I merwwi. Stacy Leigh.................... I ngelhart. Matthew Jamet .......... Foot. Paul Chfkiophrr................ FNTERTAINMFNT LAW SOCIETY ... 2 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW SOCIETY 50| Fptirm. Kritn Mrrharl . Erkktoo. Scoct Arnoid .. Eacobrdo, Sylvu Yvonne rtparra. Joteph ......... Fain. Polh Jetuca ....... TuKink. Stephen White . Fvanv Tom ............... Etettt. Maik Abn......... . M » 7 2.5 N 61 18 75 D Dananraj. Shreen Kumar Daniek. Dougbt ARen ,. DanieS. Idrturd Dan .... Danner, tart Andrent ... Danniter. Dougbt Abn Dapyer. Jamet Howard .. 78 78 20 71 20 78 Dapper, John Mauritt................ 78 Dan . Drone ........................ 20 Datn.Jaw nM ........................ 78 Datn. Richard Gktm .................. 68 Dam. WiRom A........................ 79 Dam. W Rum Donald ................... 68 Damon. Robert O .................... 8 DeCarli. Robert Charley...... 11. 70. 55 Deck. Kimberly................ 9. 10. 20 Dmn, Oirmopber John ................ 68 De Greyer. John Patrwk.............. 79 De La Fueme. J«ne Eduardo ........... 79 FACULTY ...................... Furman, Chrncopher Mania! FALL EX-PA RTF................ Farley, lane.................. FEATURES ..................... Frdorko.John Martin ... ... Frig hoy, Setta Kathleen ..... Fekete. Monica Anne........... Frfpt. Mary ................. Frlu. Paul Markn.............. Fcmer, Mark Andrrw ............ Ferguyon. Julw Anee .......... FrrrrLI. Jamet CoHwit.......... Drldy. Jane Wn ................ Finney. JetaM CSncon .......... Ttiher. Fjk Athley ........... Filrpitrkk. Shawn Key in ..... Fliberti. Frauen Chrncopher .... FTeiwhoun. JiR OanirRe......... Fletmeg. Katharine Lee......... firm mg. Whitney Jadr ......... Fleyther. Derek Irbnd ........ Floret, Maria Corweio.......... Ford. Drew................. Fmirr.Cjiht ................... Foterr. Joteph lloh ........... loner. Mary Catherine .......... Fountain. Zoe Alexandra ........ .... «» .... « .......6 2 « ... » ... 7 ”... t . to. M t ... « ... 2 ... 79 ... »» ... 2® ... ® .. 75 ... 2® . tf .. J® tO. .. 7» ... t® ... to .. I® .. H .. $ t» . to 116 — 1993 Pcrcgrinui Yearbook Indexfolff. Panina L ............................ 16 Fraiwrvei. Philip . .................... 10.80 Franck, |»nn KHlt .......................... 20 Franck. MkKarl Stetm ...................... 18. M Frnilr. Patrick Jotrph...................... 20 Franz. Chin Clark .......................... 80 Frerman-hfrniuii. Monica Rove............... 18 Frey.John Pat kI ........................... 20 Frwdrvan. Inn............................... 80 frirrtman. Sirftw V JFi .................... 20 Fry. Bertrand C harle ...................... 20 Fulghum. Roger Joteph ...................... 08 Fallrr. Cathy Noehr......................... 80 Fulmer, Judy Ann............................. M Fulmer. VjVnr A......ne..................... 20 Fuhrdrr. Jor I ............................. 08 G Girdle. Gina Beth . ..................... 80 Gagnon. Joteph WilWim..................... 20 Gabvit. Fh aVch Anne M.................... 20 Galbraith. Gillian ....................... 20 Calb»«. Tobi Michael...................... 68 Galvan. Hilda Corn-era.................... 20 Gmbrett. John Fne ........................ 69 Garcia. Marc............................... 2 Circa, Oliver............................. 80 Garcia. Rodrigo Jr ....................... 80 Gorcu. Sergio Ernevto Jr ................. 80 Garcu-Adime. Jorge Abelirdn ............... M Garru Adirar. Jntge Albrbtdo.............. 21 Garner. Brian DougU ..................... 80 Garnhjrn. tom Fdwird ..................... 80 Carn. Ilatid..........................2. 69 Garra. Sardra............................9.10 Gacpifd. Jamm Getird ......................80 Grib. Aaron Rnbrrt ... ................... 80 Gcnrdrr. IXicid ....................... 10.11 George, lodd Struh ....................... 80 Grrber. Matthew jrffm ................... 20. M CibvMi, f.hiflet Jjme ................... 20 Cibtoo. Jim............................... II Gibtor. John M ........................... 80 Cibton. Steve Dougin ..................... 18 Gillard. John F ......................... 69 Gillriir. So van llunr ................. 20. 58 Gimbrtg. Jacob Schwab..................... 20 Cbtz. Ginger .......................... 11.20 Glean. Suei l.tnrtir ......................80 Gcchrun. Ilnid Fdwird .................... 20 Goddard. I Meta . ........................ 80 GcMbcrg. I a iil Mark .................... 20 Oner. I .aura l.ucila .................... 20 Cervez. Martin lii.................... 20. 35 Goulet. Rebecca............ ............... 2 CavaK Frarcnco Fncique.................... 20 Girizile . Monica lata . ................ 20. 53 Cwraln. Tracy Annrttr .................... 20 Conrolrr, Raul Arturo..................... 81 Coiroler. Reeve....................... 20. 55 Ccnuler. Vanrni Ann .................... 81 Gcctzalez, Veronica lea .................. 69 fcirir. Steven .......................... 16 Condv i, John John........................ 69 Gordon. Dana Anne......................... 81 Goulet. Mark Chm-opher .................. 20 Griff. Chtivtophet lavrrmcr................20 Ctit.mi. Anna ............................ 18 Green. Alan l»alr ........................ 20 Greene. Glenn ........................... 10. 16 Gcrrvet.Jjrnte R.......................... 81 Gr.lFin. Charlm Wade ..................... 20 GrilTin. Julie Atm.................... 20. 53 Griffith, fdwird Clark Jr................. 20 Gfcntman. David ....................... 11.20 Grovtman. Ijumiic ........................ 16 GrottmaiU)-Smith, Lavonne M............... 20 Grubrt. Strren ........................... 10 Gucdea. Fften Matthew .................... 81 Guerra. Ana .............................. 20 Gama. I Jura Fvangehna ................... 20 Cunt. Dan ................................ II Cunt. Robert Bridle ..................... 20 Cadbmondegti.. Angeb |ue F_............... 20 Gtattorv. I In Hit Aim ................... 69 Gunnin. Matk Char In ..................... 20 Ctannin. Michael Murphy .................. 69 Gunter. Chiitlic Artta ............... 20. 55 Curwitj. Dan ............................. 10 Guiwit , Dat'lrl Gordon.................. 20 Cutky. Suvan ...................... 16. 20. 55 Gutierrer-Gab.il:. Luk Antonio .......... 55 Guzrun. Fduard ........................... 2 H lladdad. Saam .......................... 69 Hahn, Chrotopher Herbert ............... 20 Hale. Jeff ............................. 10 Hale. Jeffrey Karl ..................... 20 Hall. Doom Yiettr....................... 20 Hall. Phil ............................. 16 Hall. Philip Loyd ...................... 20 Hallmark, Jamrt Burlnoct ............... 20 Halpcrr. David Grant.................... 69 Hamer. Catherine Jean ............ 20. 5 Hamilton. Couttney Diane................ 81 Hammer . Michele Lee ................... 81 Hampcnci. Chjrln Bedford ............... 81 llamyxon. TeTry lamar .................. 81 Han. John Chong-dor..................... 81 Hank . Robert Warren.................... IS Harden on. John Chrntopher.............. 18 Harding. Scott F........................ TO Hatdcvon. Suvin ........................ 16 Hardy. Lerbe M ......................... 70 Hargrare. Parrel lei ................... 81 Hargue. Kmn ............................ 16 Harper. Geoffrey Scott...... ........... 81 Hatri . Lana Suun...................... 20 Harm. Rich ............................. 10 Harm. Richard Farl...................... 20 llarrnon. Linda Lou he ................. 20 Hartman.Jeremy Ttematne ................ 81 llartn. Don............................. 10 llarvey. Donald Lee..................... 20 Hawkint. Chriucpher Vem ................ 20 Harm. Vince ............................ II llaren. Vincent 1....................... 20 Hebert. Stephanie Fay ................ 81 Hellrvig. Robb F........................ 70 Helm . Fred Adlim ...................... 81 Hemphill. Jamev Alan ................... 20 llenderton. Rebecca Ruth ............... 81 llenneman. Matthew ... . 9.10.16.70 Hem . Joseph Claude .................... 81 Herbert. Joe ........................... 16 Herfok, Daniel ......................... 10 lletmun. Paul Ira ...................... 70 llerrmg. Gary Dwayne.................... 81 Herring. Willbm Krnneth ................ 20 I let he . Patricia Ann ............... 20 lleyer, Wiliam.......................... 9. 10 Higdon. Travit........................... 2 Hightower. Jeffrey Wayne ............... 81 Hill. Petrina Sue....................... 18 Hill, Samantha Krittyn.................. 81 lline . Jame Ray ...................... 20 llincocv, Robin ........................ 82 HISPANIC LAW JOURNAL ................... S2 llochfelder. Carrie Beth........... . 20, M IMfman, Mattin Jerome ................. 18 Hoffman. Thotnj Martin .......... 20. 55 Hogan. None Crier...................... 20 Hogeland. Jocna Kay .............. 18. 55 Holljfvl. Kathryn Flirabeth ...... 20. J5 HoBjrvd. Robert Watre .................. 82 Holmger. Joteph Kettering........ .... 18 Holrer. Nathaniel Peter ................ 82 llocng, Jungvoun Tract ................. 2 Hood, Kenrvje Kiana .................... 82 Hoo er. Scott Alan...................... 82 Hopper. Cjrobn Dale .................... 18 llocrv. leah Toinette ...................82 Hivtnbat klr. Stephen S[tettce.......... 82 lloutton. Jace Andrew .................. 70 Howard. D'Am l.yn........................20 Howard. Jefftey Steven ................. 20 Hu. JuKe Thoma ......................... 70 lluckabv, Hannah Duke ............ 20. 56 lliidton. Gregory Sytenter .......... 11.70 Huerta. Albert Joseph .................. 20 llugm. David ...................... 10.20 lluhn. Shelly Rene ..................... 82 Hunt. Ruwell l)at-.d Jr ................ 70 Hunter, Lorri Dehnn..................... 70 Hurley, Patrick Joel ................... 82 lluii. Angela Chritbne.................. 20 llun. Chritty ......................... 56 Hu ti . Brenda Sue....................... 20 Hutton. Amy Beth ....................... 20. 56 Hutuar. Damara Ann....................... 20 llymar,Jonathan Seth......................29 Hyun, Jenny Joe-Fain .................... 20 I llahi. Irtam Amina .................... 20 INDEX.................................. 116 Infante. Crnti-va ...................... 82 Ingraham. Kathcvn Delaine ............. 20. 56 Ingram. Brim Keith..................... 20. 56 INTERNATIONAL LAW SOCIETY .... 55 Irvin. Debra........................ 11. 0 Ivlav. Liabeth Juana ................ 20.56 1 1 Philip Neil ....................... 20 J Jock . John Duty........................ 19 Jockvon. Brian........................... 2 Jackwvn. rvvnald DavH .................. 20 Joe kvvn. Julia ..................... 11.20 Jockwn. Michael I con .................. 20 Jaeekle. Brian Nei l.................... 20 Jakafka. Sheda time .................... 82 Jamev Robert William ................... 20 Jarnen. JefTrey Arthur .............. 20.56 Jarnter.John ........................... 16 Jjrrard. Stephen Dubote ............... 18, 56 Javprr. Tcvna Oliver .................... N Jernen. Gail ............................ 2 Jerten. Stan Ra ........................ 82 Joann. Dihtmplr ........................ 68 Johamoct. David Stanley................. 20 John von. Brian Lee.................... 18. 56 johnton. Bruce Alan .................... 70 John von. Charlotte Fkrabeth ........... 82 Johnton. Jay Mkhiel .................... 20 Johnton. Kenton Dee.............. 16. 20. 56 Johnton. Nathan Matthew ............... 20. 57 Johnton. Suewan M ..................... 82 Jone . Chiivophet Clayton .............. 82 Jone . Christopher Mirk ................ 20 Jone . Rickey Durante .................. 57 Jone . Thoma Albn ..................... 20 Jone , Tracey Marie..................... 82 Jordan. Kthtin Kay..................... 20. 57 Jowy. Robert Fred ...................... 82 Juarez. Jacinto Pabki Jr.................20 Juarer.Jacirto Pabln Jr ................ 57 K Kilter. Chrlttlna 1 re 2(1 Kalrj. Manny 6 Kajipr. Sheryl l.yttn 85 K.« h.u. Gat Alan 18 Kell . Andrea Ine 20 Kenig. Sffvb Bratriz 58 Kennedv. Krntiru Marie .... 85 KetlKk. Itbv Rat Jr 70 Kern. Ronald Alan 29 Kerthner. Fdvrard Clinton ... 21 Kerwir. Kritluu Marie . 21.58 Kidd. Marilyn K.ir 21 Kim. Tie Hiong King. Brenda D .. 16.21.58 King. John Robert 21.58 King, le'nori Evetle ... 85 Kitktet, Ktle Shaun 21 Kitktev. Shawn 10 Kirtner.Jeffre Dat'd 85 Kntingei. Athle Ity 95 KitzrtiHet. Ann Flizabeth .... Kill . Flizabeth Ann 85 Kbmett. Akrgoil Connoi 93 Knight. Charlrt Jared ........ 83 Kocian. Gtegorv liean 21 Kohnle. Emeu W .... 10.21.59 Kominek, Maty MkhHIe 21 Kopeck . Snvan 16.21 Kcppel. Nathan Rullim Koury. Stephanie Lynn Kraft. Todd Allen ....................... 2' Krertek. Sue ............................ 2. 70 Kriktey. Shawn........................... 10 Kuper. Kira ............................. 85 Kwjn. Mkhelle Detwe...................... 88 Kyle.Sandra Kay ......................... '« Kyle. Tcmii II .......................... 70 L laguna. Carlo Fiber ................. 21 lam. Jacqueline France ............. 7(1 laird. Gregory Pretion ................ 85 taiid. Leni Carol ................... 21 Lancatcer. Stephen Reeve............... 18 lanete.Cbu.hj Fkrabeth................. 85 langdon. A hley Page .................. 70 langford. William Dean Jr.............. s' lamer. Frank Date!..................... 8 I johavirojana. Su’hcha................ 21 lara. German........................... 21 larten. Biyn Ktitfin................... 85 t-auderdile. Mefciva Leigh ............ 85 IAWWFFK H LAW WFFK COMMITTEE .................... '0 lavler, levhe Ann....................21.58 L AWYERS CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP . 51 Le. Yen-ha lluvnh .................. 21.58 l.eath, Jar r Doth! .................. Is Leathetbetry. Rot J ................... 71 Leaty. Michael Scott ................21.58 le Bueuf. Nicole Thrrrte .............. 71 Lee. Bttan Windsor .................. Lee. Sharon Grace .................. 21.59 Lee. Wilhint Da id................... 21. 59 LEGAL RFSFARCII BOARD.................. 55 Lenhner. Glenn Thoma ................. 21 Leila. Joyce Marie .................... 21 Lemeot. Chmtopher lee.................. 21 lemem. Chri Lee ...................... 59 leming. Gregivry .............. 16. 21. 59 Leo. Monica Ann ....................... 71 l.etziptle. I aura..................... 16 Levin. Ibn M .......................... 85 lettton. Stuart Lawrence.............21. 59 lev . M Raphael ....................... 71 Lewiecki. Sunk Franck II ............. 21 l.evtecki. Stanley Franco Hi........... 59 lewi . Filwanl C.bik .................. 18 Levi . Ellen Mary...................... 5 lewi . Jane Shaw ...................... 18 lewi . Jonathan Hairy .............. 21.59 Levi . Lita ........................... 21 lev .Dunn. Vickie Dune ............... 21 l.idtk . Ilowaitl Sluatt............... 19 l.iebmanii. Wilhelm E er.............. 85 l.miler . Kmun Andertcn................ 71 lambey. Gliri to|ihrr Eugene........... 21 l.ipovtki. Tom Matthew................. 'I l ;P|imin. Join'll Rar................. 71 Litton. Todd Catlett................... 95 Luingtton, Tina........................ '6 I orvv. Bob Graham.................... 8-1 Lottgoria. I lector ............... 16.8-1 I.opez. Nancy Lynn ................... l.opez-Agiudo, Sindra Mae.............. 21 lasrch. Kaien L ....................... 71 Ixnell. Famata Gayle................. I ywe. Chriuojiber Reagan.............. 71 Lowe, Kelly Fl.zabeth.................. 95 lewrance. Valerie Dawn ............... 8-1 Luca . Jeffrey Stoct .................. 8 Lucimli, lauta Flizabeth.............. 8-1 l.urtey. Shauna Jan ................... 21 l.)um.J nrpb Matthew .................. 21 Lyon . Mat.............................. W M Ma. Miriam Mkig-Wal .................. 71 Macaulay. Cameron Heap .............. . 21 MacDonald. Seat William ............. 21 Madden. Patrick Francr ..............- • 21 Madrid, Mix J ......................... 1 Maher. Ciryn Damari (atley ........ 18.59 Mahon. Heidi Eileen ................... 21 Mingo, lava A ......................... 21 1993 Pcregriniis Yearbook Index — 117 - - C5CC5CCCCvC5v WW 2222 25S?:S 25?: 5 2S5SSSS 555S3£2SS5S2S5S5S555SSSS8 SSsS S = 8fi8aa828SS 88 r£2f!s88 22r.SS8S$ ......... ——••. .. ©................ t • I •••••••• J . 0 '.... • • I , • . I • . I • . • . •■'.J i ■ i t _ c a Sr-'T Z- I E 55i ;• ; knHiV.i 3 8 • | ‘u r £ I 7ScnrtLn. Tata Sue ................ 21 SUNFLOWFRf FRFMONV............ Surratt. Fli abrth Joy........... g y Sior. I nm F..................... gU Swindell. Jerome .............. 10,99 T Tagur. Km Donovan.................... |g Tally, Katherine France K. ......... TARI.TON LIBRARY STAFF.........., ' | |o Tattitt. Jamc la-die ............... Ig Tailor. lloNy Falrrn ................ gq Tailor. Krivli Lynne ................ gq Taylor. Isuincla Rachel ............. 21 Tailor, Marl ........................ )g Tailor. Wiliam Carl ................. o| Tailor. Wilian Paul .............. 21.61 1 LACKING QUIZMASTFRS ...............'4, Trclotbtocl, Clark. Rml .................. Tern. IVanne Julw ................... gq Tet Lilf. Suvar.ne ............... 11.16 TFXAS F.NVIROMF.N FA1-1 MV JOURNAL ................................... It TFXAS IN TFRNATIONAL LAW JOURNAL ........................... TFXAS INVITATIONAI MOCK TRIAL 9 TFXAS JOURNAL OF WOMFN AND 1IIF I '" ............................... H TFXAS LAW FFI LOWSHIPS............... 45 TFXAS LAW RFVIFW .................... 46 Thrtiot. Vlelhra L ............... 21.61 lhomav. Amy Owen .................... 74 Thnma . Bonn ie Mw heir ............. 21 TFtnana . Oregon .................... 16 Ihomai, John.......................... 2 TFmrna . Joy ................ 11.16.21 Thoria . Juiie Lynn ................. 99 Ihotna . Robert Danarian ......... 21.61 Thrmpwtr. Jetty R .................... 2 Thompviti. Jovepb Gilbert III .......... 21 lhuTTtpvon. William Richard II ...... 21 llmriurai. Kelly Coat .... .......... I ft Thor wti.Gi egg I jiie............... 21 IIIURCOOD MARSHALL LF.CAL SOCIF.TV.......................... Ifl Tiede. DaiW Matthew ..................21 Tiltd. Marl Henry ................... 21 TeMa . Mithellr Cray ................ 21 Tutiin, Claire Flia ................. 21 Tornatz. Michael David ................ 21 Tomlinion. Nellie Shipley ............. 71 Tomlinnm. Thor-tat Michael ............ft9 Torjjrivon. Karin Britt............... ft9 Torrent. Clary llkhad.................. 99 Tom-i. Miguel.......................... 16 Tracey. l-awtencr Firming.............. 21 Tran. Vmh Morg......................... 73 Tienclmann. Charlrv Marl............... 21 Triplrtl. Paul Carretl................. 99 Truelotr. Jonathan .................... 16 Turk. Mark Fdiratd..................... 19 Turley. Suvaii Lynn ................... 89 Turret, Douglai Alan .................. 19 Tyvwi. 11 Shannon...................... 89 u llivlfivinl. William Harvrv ........... 21 Unrein. Frit ....................... 16.21 Uppal. Pavneer Singh.................. I ft Urbach. Craig Stuatt .................. 73 UveIron. Lira Danielle ................ 21 Ul HLAL1H LAW SOCIETY__________________ SI V Vale. Raymond Jeffervon Jr............. 21 Vale. Raymond Jeffervon................. 61 Valenzuela. Catherine Marie ......... 21.61 Vallov. Cere Charier.................... 73 Van Arvdale.Jamev Corbin ............... 19 Van Buvkirk. Anne Marie................. S9 Vandenbrook. Margaret Marie ... 90 Van Meir, Timorhy Jatnev ............... 90 Vavjuez-Rior. Friteuo .................. 61 Vaughan. Arne Vallhonrat ............ 21.63 Vaughan. Shrlion....................... 16. 73 Vaughn. Kenneth Manhevr ................ 21 Vrreh, Kathryn Muriel....................90 Verdun, Hayward A....................... 73 Villareal. Raymond Anthony ..............63 w W’ailr. Don Fail ...................... 19 Wadiwonh. Steven Allen................. 21 Waggoner. Cage Amburgrv................ 90 Waiter. Patrick ....................... 73 Wakefield. Javon....................... I] Walebnd. Richard F-den ................ 73 Waldron. Robert Patrick ............... 21 Walker. Charier Bruce................... 90 Walker. John Trie....................... 90 Walker. Lamont D ....................... 90 Wallingford. Halley Martha ............ 21 Walter. Matthew Fferre ................ 21 Waltrrt. Matthew Pierre ............... 63 Walter r, Monica Lea................... 21 Wahhcr. Vanessa Gabriel le ............ 18 Wander. John Charier .................. 73 Ward. Sharon........................... 16 Wart, Ant...............................90 Warren.Jill............................ 90 Warhingron. Michelle................... II Malinger. Ronald Andrew................ 21 Watjur. Stephanie Diane ............... 90 Waxberg. Simon Jerrr .................. 21 Welch. Manful! Jack ................... 73 Wrlrh. Sara Angela .................... 21 Welch. Victor Cameron ................. 73 Wertetgaard. Nana ..................... 73 White. Roger I-ee...................... 73 White. Shirraian Lvnell ............... 93 Whitley. Ann B .. ..................... 73 Whitworth. Mark Robert ............. 21,65 Whitworth. Stephen 'Ihomai............. 21 Wicker. Paul OIKrt .................... 21 Wide, Martin Gunther................... 21 Wilder. Sara Melinda .................. 90 WRrmon. lam- .......................... 73 William . Holly Beth .................. 21 William . Richard Callaway ............ 21 WWlamton. Fden Paige .............. 21.63 Williamton. Paul Thcena ............... 21 Willi . Derek Lynn .................... 90 Wilwvn. Amy Mai lire................... 90 Wilton. Dawnira ................. 11.21,63 Wilton, Kathryn Chile ................. 9| Wimberly. Anne llodgun ................ 21 Winforrl. Jaron Fdvard ............. 21.63 Wmikka. Daniel Paul ................... 91 Whernan. Monica Lynn .................. 21 Whtenburg. Chri »i lea ................ 73 Wohleb, Stephen Gregory .............. I ft Womack. Jenny lee...................... 91 WOMFN‘S LAW CAUCUS____________________ 19 Wood. Jacqueline Lee .................. 91 Woodard. Taralynn ............... 11.21.63 Wood on IV. Samuel Pattwk ............ 19 Wrampelmeter. CFiri io|ihrr K......... 21 Wright, Charie Alan................... 1 Wright. Julie Ann.................. 21.65 Wright. Nancy Bet ter a................91 Wydeeen. Richard ..................... 73 Wylie. Fjizabeth Scort................ 21 Y Yandell. CFirhtl l.ynnette......... 21.63 3'ankowrkt. Ke in .................. 11 3’ee. Yale Han ....................... 91 Yeh. Maw-fin ...................... 21.63 Young. Aimer Rochelle ................ 91 Young. Catherine Alice ............... 73 Young. Jersica W ..................... 73 Young. Kimberly Carol ............. 21.63 Yu. Spencer ......................... • • z Zachary. William Garrett .......... 91 Zahn. 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