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(Texas Tech Law Review, 1977)
An introduction to the Fifth Circuit Symposium survey of cases. The purpose of this introduction is to explain how a case reaches the point of decision by the court and why it sometimes takes over a year to resolve a case ...
Revision by Division?
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1975)
Discusses the plans to divide the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals by conjoining Texas and Louisiana in the Western Division with the headquarters in Louisiana and separating Florida, Georgia, Alabama, and Mississippi into the ...
Doing Your Own Thing—Lawyers Turned Out but Tuned Out
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1970)
An address delivered at the dedication of the Texas Tech School of Law facilities. Mr. Brown decries the sickness of the legal profession. He calls on the law school to take responsibility in shaping lawyers whose competence, ...
Is the Corpus (Juris) Terminally Ill?
(Texas Tech Law Review, 1981)
The transcript of a speech delivered at the Strasburger & Price Lecture Series hosted by Texas Tech School of Law in April of 1980. Judge Brown diagnoses the “diseases” afflicting the legal profession and delivers a positive ...