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    • Dedication of the Texas Tech Law School 

      Amandes, Richard B. (1970)
      During the formal dedication of the Texas Tech University School of Law, February 21-23, 1970, Dean Richard B. Amandes recalls the official authorization given by the Texas legislature to build the school. He also reports ...
    • History of the School of Law of Texas Tech University 

      Amandes, Richard B. (Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
      Richard B. Amandes, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Law, provides a detailed history of the law school which begins with the “project” envisioned by West Texas lawyer Alvin R. Allison in the early 1960s and ...
    • Legal Education: Whither Thou Goest? 

      Amandes, Richard B. (Southwestern Law Journal, 1971)
      Richard B. Amandes, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Law, discusses the nature of legal education and past adjustments in the length of the law school curriculum. In doing so, he maintains that the bedrock ...
    • The Practical Lawyer's Manual of Trial and Appellate Practice No.1: Part 1 From Voir Dire to Verdict through a Juror's Eyes 

      Amandes, Richard B. (1973)
      The Practical Lawyer’s Manual of Trial and Appellate Practice is divided into two parts. Part I contains chapters discussing jury trials and Part II contains chapters discussing direct and cross examination. The first ...
    • Use, Misuse, and Reuse of the Jury 

      Amandes, Richard B. (Insurance Counsel Journal, 1967)
      Richard B. Amandes, dean of the Texas Tech University School of Law, discusses how proper interaction with a jury, beginning with the jury summons process, can lead to more favorable verdicts. To do so, Dean Amandes uses ...