Newspaper, Motions (1987-2019)



Download Full Text (74.2 MB)

Table of Contents

Monster Mash returns to What-a-bash Hall

Golfers raise funds for scholarship by Charles D. Hrvatin

Souter confirmed to High Court by a sweeping majority by MitchKam

Mentor program resurrected to delight of first-year class by Charles D. Hrvatln

A view from the bench. Free speech, as nasty as we want them to be by Charles D. Hrvatin Editor-in-Chief

President's Report by Steve Smith

In Defense of the Right to Choose by Shawn Randolph

Survival of the fittest ... or the best armed by Mark Brnovich

Feinstein finally differentiates herself during debate by C.D. Hrvatin

Tears under the blindfold. A Legal Perspective by Charles A. Bird

Student troubled over USD's attitude towards Martin Luther King Day by Bob Brown

LRC declares war on research with 'Rambo' videos by Franklin A. Weston, Senior Reference Librarian

Appellate Moot Court Board. USD competition features moot court heavy hitters by Brent Neck and Polly Halsha

L.A. moot court contest awaits National Mood Court Team

ABA-LSD programs, projects available to members by Cheryl Forbes, ABA/LSD Representative

Varco captures Law and Motion, judge impressed with finalists by Brad Weinreb

Conference celebrates Constitutional bicentennials by Vince Rabago

Siegan visits Bulgaria to help draft new constitution by Mark Brnovich

Commentary Stealth justice brings aura of unknown to Bench by Mitch Kam

Obscenity, Censorship and the Arts by Vince Rabago

Book Review. Handbook provides look at all aspects of 1st amendment by Charles D. Hrvatln

Harborside benefit looking for runners, walkers & volunteers

CPIL-backed doctor discipline bill earns governor's signature

Campus Ministry has much to offer law school community by John Altomare

School of Law represented at National CLS convention

Women's Law Caucus. Group strives to bring various speakers, issues to campus in monthly meetings by Shawn Randolph

IM Softball Odds Board. Kahuna expected to repeat in ultra-competitive league by Intramural Czar Rod Curbelo

Nutcracker back for another fine holiday arts season

Events ... On and around campus

Revival of Speaker's Bureau starts with debate by Kimberly J. Wind

U.S. News ranks USD fourth in West

San Diego County Bar expands "Ask a ·Lawyer" program

Peace in the post-cold war world discussed in UC by Kimberly J. Wind

Classified Ads

Publication Date







University of San Diego School of Law Student Bar Association, Newsletter



Motions 1990 volume 4 number 3

Included in

Law Commons