40 St. Mary's L.J. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/stmlj40 and id is 1 raw text is: ST. MARY'S LAW JOURNAL
VOLUME 40                   2008                    NUMBER 1
TRIBUTES
REFLECTIONS ON JAMES N. CASTLEBERRY, JR., DEAN
(1978-1989), ST. MARY'S UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
Charles  E .  Cantti  .................................................
A TRIBUTE TO ERNEST A. RABA, DEAN (1946-1978), ST.
MARY'S UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
A loysius  A . Leopold  .............................................. 3
HENRY F. JOHNSON, PROFESSOR OF LAW (1981-2008), ST.
MARY'S UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF LAW
B onita  K . R oberts  ................................................ 7
REMARK
MY How YOU'VE GROWN: THE ST. MARY'S LAW
JOURNAL TURNS FORTY
M artin  D .  B eirne  .................................................  11
ARTICLES
CHAPTERS IN THE HISTORY OF THE SUPREME COURT OF
TEXAS: RECONSTRUCTION AND REDEMPTION (1866-
1882)
H ans  W . B aade  ...................................................  17
THE COMPETENCY OF THE SHAM AFFIDAVIT AS
SUMMARY JUDGMENT PROOF IN TEXAS
D avid  F. Johnson  .................................................  205
Joseph P. Regan
RECENT DEVELOPMENT
A MEANINGLESS RELATIONSHIP: THE FIFTH CIRCUIT'S
USE OF DISMISSED AND UNCHARGED CONDUCT UNDER
THE FEDERAL SENTENCING GUIDELINES
Erin  A. H igginbotham  ............................................  267

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