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The Party Adverse to a Summary Judgment Motion May, Without Filing an Answer or other Response, Raise on Appeal the Sufficiency of the Summary Judgment Proof to Support the Specific Grounds Stated in the Motion, but, in the Absence of Such an Answer or Other Response, May Not Raise Any Other Material Fact Issue as Grounds for Reversal
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1980)
Analyzes the issue of whether an appellate court, in light of the 1978 amendment to Rule 166-A(c) of the Texas Rules of Civil Procedure, could review the sufficiency of the summary judgment proof to support the motion when ...
Texas Tech University School of Law Honors Day 1978
Reducing Citation Anxiety
Properly citing legal sources can be the cause of much anxiety among attorneys. This essay provides several tips for attorneys struggling with citations.
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1992)
During this survey period, June 1, 1990 through May 31, 1991, the Fifth Circuit decided a number of cases in which it established new rules or clarified existing law. The decision discussed represent the court’s activity ...
Law School Annual Chili Cookoff
Texas Tech University School of Law Hooding Ceremony
(Texas Tech University School of Law, 1994-05-14)
Law professor vies for congressional seat
(The University Daily, 2003-02-11)
Strategies for Reaching the Welfare-to-Work Population
(The Community Tax Law Report, 2002)
The Welfare-to-Work Partnership is a government-assisted program which works to train and employ welfare recipients. This article provides strategies for reaching the welfare-to work candidates including first locating ...
Impulsive Intent/Impassioned Design
(Texas Tech Law Review, 2014)
Addresses two aspects of the doctrinal area of intentional homicide: (a) the still struggling efforts of courts to define premeditation, and (b) the absence in our jurisprudence of any robust understanding of the homicidal ...
Catalogue of Judicial Federalism in the United States
(South Carolina Law Review, 1995)
The literature on the United States Constitution and the Supreme Court of the United States would fill an entire library. Professor Baker prepares a list of books which likely would be of interest to curious readers, both ...