Newspaper, The Woolsack (1963-1987)



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Supreme Court Justice Stevens Here by Scott Dreher

USD's Regulatory Law Reporter Cited By Court

Final Campaign Push Simmons: "Victory Possible" by Scott Dreher

From The Editor: Government, Not Politics by Scott Dreher

President's Report: SBA Uses Cuisinart New Student-Loan Bill Near Passage by Sue Bridenbaugh

Commentary: School Prayer - What's All The Fuss? by Roy Santonil

Alumni News: Stevens, Directory, Elections On Tap

Law Alumni Plan 2nd Phonathon by Michael Pfeiffer

Seminar at USD: Deep-Pocket Defendants

Bob Simmons' Proposals: The Budget

Alumni Calendar

USD Law School Receives Grants

Justice Stevens: Supreme Court "Wild Card" by Roy Santonil

Professor Nathanson: Renowned and Beloved

Free Noon Concerts

Defenders, Inc. Offers Clerkship

MUSLI Building Comprehensive Mexican Law Library by Julie R. Cardenas

USLI Bridges Gap: Mexico-US Ties Strengthened by Julie R. Cardenas

Ralph Nader Speaks at USD: On Electioneering, Reagan, and the Citizen by Stephan Cohn

P.A.D. Notepad ... by Erin Prouty

Moot Court: Chanos Wins Competition

Benefit Concert in North Hollywood: Lawyers in Love (with Music)

Women in Law: Conference Planned

Thomas More Society: Federal Judge To Speak

S.D. Symphony Discounts

Directories Available

P.R. Exam Deadline Approaches

Student Interview: Brad Schwartz-"EI Uno" by Carmen Naranjo

John Van De Kamp: Attorney General Protects Resources by Ralph Botros

Swap Meet Mixes Past & Present by Reilly Atkinson

Bankruptcy Law Challenged by Kathy Hamilton

Woolsack Sports

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University of San Diego School of Law Student Bar Association



Woolsack 1984 volume 25 number 2

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