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presented "Beyond Simulation: Legal Writing Collaborates with
Clinical Programs" at the Legal Writing Institute 20th Biennial Conference in
Butler spoke at the
regional conference of the American Express Travel Group on July 22nd in
article, Spare the Rod and Spoil
the Law: Why the Clean Water Act has Never Grown Up, 55
ALLR 595 (2004) was published as part of a symposium issue on the
"Clean Water Act at Thirty: Progress, Problems and Potential." He also begins a
part-time visit as Distinguished Visiting Professor at
chaired a panel on international LNG and Dr. Gulen presented a paper on energy
sector development and institutions at the International Association of Energy
Economics, North American Conference,
Gaines will be speaking at
the Aug. 8-13 Oxford Round Table on Trade, Growth, and the Environment.
His topic is "Environmental Participation in the WTO Committee on Trade and
Environment: Effective or Symbolic?" His paper is based in part on
interviews he conducted in
Leslie Griffin is quoted in the July 30th, Houston Chronicle article, John Kerry broaches subject of faith during recent speech but just barely. Johnny Buckles is also quoted in that article. Professor Griffin submitted two encyclopedia entries to Piccola Enciclopedia Della Persona E Dei Personalismi Nel XX Secolo (forthcoming 2005).
Krause was interviewed by
Houston Chronicle reporter Todd
Ackerman on July 22nd regarding the ongoing controversy between Baylor College
of Medicine and the
Douglas Moll was asked by the Wake Forest Law Review to participate in a symposium on "The Future of Business Structures." He will be submitting an article to the Law Review for publication in Spring 2005.
Saver presented "Advance
Directives and the Geriatric Patient: A Legal Overview" to medical and pharmacy
school faculty, fellows, and students at the
article on legal education entitled, The Law Professor as
Fiduciary: What Responsibilities Do
We Owe Our Students, is published at 45
Steve Zamora's book, Mexican Law, has just been published by Oxford University Press. The book is a 700-page overview of the Mexican legal system, separated into 22 chapters that deal with separate areas of Mexican law. He is the lead author, along with José Ramón Cossío, a Justice of the Mexican Supreme Court; Leonel Pereznieto, a well-known Mexican expert on conflicts of law; Professor José Roldán Xopa, of ITAM law school; and David Lopez, a former law professor at St. Mary's University and a member of the Texas Bar.