Newspaper, Motions (1987-2019)



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USD's More Hall Public Interest Law Foundation gets off to running start by Thomas Mauriello, Legal Articles Editor

Faculty votes to approve midterm exam requirement and bar preparation course by Mike Still

Morris chosen Acting Dean for 1988-89

Law School hazards, stress seminar offered

How can USO law students support Soviet military bases in Nicaragua? by Mike Still

Super Tuesday: The start of something big or the end of the line by Mel Epley, Managing Editor

Loungeless library shows failure to "think like an architect"

Six million dollars won't buy you a cup of coffee by Rusty Nichols

Palestinian deportation violates First Amendment by Chris Hardy

Respect students' privacy

Library story praised by Nancy Carol Carter Law Library Director

Night student rebuttal by James F.B. Sawyer

Professor Kerig honored with endowed scholarship in his name by Mike Licosati

Help is on its way .for students' academic problems by Starr Lee, Editor

Dean's open forum leads to improved Law School dialogue by Thomas Mauriello

Professor wins award, hearings restarted

Black's Dictionary enters the computer age by Starr Lee

USD law students spend summer in Mexico studying law and enjoying Mexican culture by David Olan

Soviet life seen through USD's summer program by Jimmy L. Hom

Rough sledding at USD "Winter Olympics" by Thomas Mauriello, Legal Articles Editor

Faculty Profile. Professor Friedman witnesses three decades of change at USD Law School by Ragi Dindial

Loan consolidation may be helpful strategy in financing tuition by Rick Osborne

USD Law School grad Patricia Benke climbs California's judicial ranks by Katy Blanck

Center for Public Interest Law internships available

Discover world of gov't. documents and microforms

Should I stay or should I go? Law School grade requirements by Starr Lee, Editor

Fellowships open for Law Skills leaders

Faculty Brief


Comparative Law Forum sponsors international speakers by Thierry A. Bernard

Heiser returns to teaching full-time

SBA Candidates 1988-1989

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Motions 1988 volume 1 number 4

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