23 St. B. Tex. Envtl. L.J. 245 (1992-1993)
Changes in the Environment

handle is hein.journals/txenvlw23 and id is 247 raw text is: ST. B. TEX. ENVTL. L. J. vol. 23; 1993

IN ADDITION
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF THE MEMBERS OF THE
ENVIRONMENTAL AND NATURAL RESOURCES LAW SECTION OF THE
STATE BAR OF TEXAS

The Section's annual meeting will be held in conjunc-
tion with the State Bar of Texas Annual Convention in Fort
Worth on Friday, June 18,1993. The Executive Committee
will meet at 7:30 am. The Annual Meeting of the members
of the Section will be from 8:30 am. to 11:30 am. with

breakfast and a program. A proposal to amend the bylaws
of the Section will be considered. This proposal would
provide for a stipend to be paid to the Editor-in-Chief of the
JournaL

CHANGES IN THE ENVIRONMENT

Umphrey Named TPWD Commission Vice-Chairman
Beaumont attorney Walter Umphrey was elected vice-
chairman of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission
during a public hearing January21, 1993, in Austin, Texas.
Umphrey was appointed to a six-year term on the nine-
member commission by Governor Ann Richards on Janu-
ary 24, 1992. Umphrey is a graduate of Baylor University
School of Law and a senior partner in the law firm of
Umphrey, Eddins and Carver.
New TPID Commissioners Named
Governor Ann Richards has named three new com-
missioners to the TPWD Commission: former Lietenant
Governor William P. Hobby, Mickey Burleson, and Ray
Clymer.
Recent TPWD Commissioners Honored
During a public hearing of the Texas Parks and Wild-
life Commission in Austin, Texas on January 21, 1993,
three recent commissioners were honored for their ser-

vice to the commission. The six-year terms of Henry C.
(Peter) Beck III and Beatrice Carr Pickens, both of Dallas,
and Chuck Nash of San Marcos, expired February 1, 1993.
Nash also served as chairman of the commission from
1988-91.
GLO Names Administrative Law Judge
Nancy Wilmeth, a former Stephen F. Austin Univer-
sity Assistant Law Professor, has been named Administra-
tive Law Judge for the General Land Office.
This section of the Journal is designed to keep mem-
bers and subcribers informed about persons in the field of
environmental and natural resources law. Ifyou have an,
information about such changes in the environment,
please contact one of the editors of the Journal.

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