St. Mary's Law Journal
Standards of Appellate Review in Civil Appeals.
W. Wendell Hall
Raborn v. Davis - Paycheck in Employee's Possession: A Limitation of the Current Wage Exemption in Texas.
Richard E. Flint
The Whole Truth or Nothing but the Truth - Should Attorneys Who Advertise Be Required to Disclose Prior Disciplinary Actions Taken against Them.
Current Procedures for Performing Meaningful Discussions in Federal Negotiated Procurements Are Uneconomical, Inefficient, and Ineffective - A Proposal for Improvement.
Howard L. Speight
Texas' New Trademark Antidilution Statute - Useful or Useless New Protection for Texas Trademarks.
Texas Adopts the Outstanding Balance Method of Determining Whether Monies Bid at a Foreclosure Sale Involving Wraparound Mortgages Generate Excess Proceeds or Constitute a Deficiency.
Cynthia K. Brotman
Nonparties to Employment Discrimination Consent Decrees May Attack, in a Collateral Lawsuit, Decisions Made Pursuant to the Decrees.
Michael T. Larkin
Employer's Burden of Rebutting Prima Facie Case under Disparate Impact Theory Is One of Production While Ultimate Burden of Persuasion Remains with Complainant.
Erik R. Sunde
Ernest A. Raba
Orville C. Walker
James P. White
Sam S. Crutchfield
Editorial Board St. Mary's School of Law
The Original Intent of the Education Article of the Texas Constitution.
Mikal Watts and Brad Rockwell