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S P R I N G 14 PLUS REMEMBERING THE DEAN MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SERVING THOSE WHO SERVED

Without the generous assistance of the Bill and Johnita Jones Scholarship, I simply would not have been able to a end Baylor Law School. I am especially grateful because Baylors emphasis on litigation

V O LU M E 1 2 3 S P R I N G 14 B AY LO R U N I V E R S I T Y S C H O O L O F L AW M A G A Z I N E BAYLOR LAW WHEN WAR CAME TO 6 16 MILITARY INTELLIGENCE SERVING THOSE WHO SERVED 12 BACK IN TIME

Docket Call is published by the Baylor University School of Law for its alumni, faculty, staff, students, supporters, and friends. A Message from Dean Toben TH E N E W YE A R IS A TI M E W H EN W E L

enrolling in Baylor Law in 1947 and finally, Matt Mad Dog Dawson LLB 38, who six years out of Law School joined the Navy and came back to Baylor Law in 1971 as director of the Practice Court program.

Throughout its 156year history, Baylor Law School has been closed by war twice. The first time came during the Civil War. The second time occurred during the conflagration that engulfed most of the wo

James W. Wray Jr. JD 47 look at James Wrays midlaw photo in the 1943 Round Up shows a cherubicfaced 21yearold man with a wide smile and even wider glasses. In about 1940, he had enlisted in the U.S. N

I n 1942, Hornor Shelton was just like any other undergrad on the Baylor University campus. He spent his time studying, going to chapel, and hanging out at Baylor Drug on the corner of Fifth Street a

Judge James F. Clawson Jr. JD 48 hen Baylor Law School reopened in fall 1946, 23yearold James Clawson was a member of the firstyear class. Clawson, who was born and raised in Flat, Texas, spent the du

Matt Dawson LLB 38 att Dawson was no freshfaced kid when he joined the military during World War II. In 1944, when he enlisted in the U.S. Navy and was stationed in San Diego, Dawson had been out of l

Because You Have Lived One of the most beloved educators in Baylor Law School history is the late Dean Angus S. McSwain Jr.. Like many young men of his era, World War II interrupted his college studie

Remembering A NEW BRONZE BUST HONORS THE LATE DEAN ANGUS S. McSWAIN JR. The Dean

From LR Chris McSwain, Andy McSwain, Professor Thomas M. Featherston Jr., and Sherry Featherston. For almost three years, a of dean. There arent many brilliant and gentle spirit professors like him.

W ith the exception of a few movies and a television show here and there, the military justice system can be something of a mystery for the average person and law student. But a new course at Baylor

but the rules of evidence are almost As a result, Faulkner approached identical to federal rules of evidence. Baylor Laws Practice Court program Sentencing also takes place immediately director, Profe

JOHN LEJEUNE JD 02 TIM KEANE JD 13 C BAYLOR LAW SCHOOLS VETERANS ASSISTANCE CLINIC CONTINUES TO HELP FORMER MILITARY MEMBERS IN NEED of the law, which are outside the regular practice of the atto

The clinic was originally funded in the summer That kind of realworld experience is of 2012 by a 22,000 grant from the Texas Access to very beneficial to students, Combs said, Justice Foundation. In t

A LU M N I N OTE S 1957 L. Lloyd MacDonald became the inaugural recipient of the Midland County Bar Associations Judge John G. Hyde Memorial Award on Sept. 20, 2013. MacDonald was given the award i

2007 Tiffany Roach Martin, an associate in the Albuquerque office of Modrall Sperling, has been selected as a member of Albuquerques 2013 class of 40 Under Forty. Martin and the other honorees were

ST U D E N T N OTE S Baylor Wins Emory Civil Rights Competition The team of Faith Johnson and Kelsey Warren won first place at the Emory University School of Law Civil Rights and Liberties Moot Court

Graduation Day BAYLOR LAW SCHOOLS FALL 2013 COMMENCEMENT CEREMONY took place Nov. 9 at First Baptist Church of Waco. Congratulations Baylor Lawyers 21 D O C KET C A LL S P R I N G 1 4

FAC U LT Y N OTE S Thomas M. Featherston Jr. PUBLICATIONS Wests Texas Practice GuideProbate, 2013 Edition Substantial revision in view of effective date of new Texas Estates Code, 1114, Three Volumes

A LU M N I O B I T UA R I E S John Pannill Camp LLB 50, 87, passed away on Sept. 14, 2013, after a brief illness. Camp was born Oct. 13, 1925, in Fort Worth. He volunteered for the Navy in 1942 at age

Baylor Lawyer of the Year Weekend Nov.2223 PROFESSOR DAVID GUINN WAS HONORED AS THE 2013 BAYLOR LAWYER OF THE YEAR WITH A LUNCHEON , AND A SKEET SHOOT BARBQUE.

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BACK IN TI M E Before there was the Sheila Walter Umphrey Law Center, before there was Morrison Constitution Hall, Baylor Law students attended some of their classes at the Law Annex located near th

No.1 READY Spring March 37, 2014 PRACTICE AND Looking for a summer clerk or fulltime lawyer ONCAMPUS INTERVIEWS Fall Session I August 1822, 2014 Fall Session II October 610, 2014 Baylor Lawyers

SCHOOL OF LAW One Bear Place 97288 Waco, TX 767987288 Established in 1857, Baylor Law School is ranked third in the nation for advocacy by U.S. News and World Report. Every year, Baylor Law students

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