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  1. The Hyde Collection receives major gift: Ninety works added to their print collectionRead the original story

    Yesterday | Art Daily

    ... Glens Falls, Mr. Sparling currently lives in Houston, Texas where he is a Professor of Law at South Texas College of Law, specializing in legal research and writing. A graduate of South Glens Falls Senior High School, Dartmouth College, and Columbia ...

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  2. Dateline Pittsburgh: 08/19/14Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Post-gazette.com

    ... bond claims and Contractor and Subcontractor Payment Act claims. He is a graduate of South Texas College of Law, and was previously with Leech Tishman Fuscaldo & Lampl, LLC. Grogan Graffam, P.C. announced that John A. Bass was re-appointed to a ...

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  3. Bradley W. Tilton II, Houston Family AttorneyRead the original story

    Monday Aug 18 | Examiner.com

    ... a B.S. in Biology with membership in the Honors College. After college, Brad immediately attended South Texas College of Law. At South Texas, Brad was inducted into the Order of Lytae and was a member of the South Texas Law Review where he was an ...

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  4. It's not GOP gridlock; it's House Republicans doing their jobRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 15 | Dallas Morning News

    ... he has stretched his powers to the limit via a series of executive actions. Josh Blackman of the South Texas College of Law has accused the president of using congressional intransigence as an excuse to " suspend, waive and even rewrite statutes ." ...

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  5. H Texas Magazine Names Immigration Lawyer Annie Banerjee Top Lawyer 2014Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 14 | Law Firm Newswire

    ... staff, pertinent background information is double-checked. In 1996, Annie Banerjee graduated from South Texas College of Law third highest in her class and on a full academic scholarship. She made the Dean's List and worked as the Assistant Editor ...

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  6. Gridlock Is GoodRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 8 | Slate Magazine

    ... he has stretched his powers to the limit via a series of executive actions. Josh Blackman of the South Texas College of Law has accused the president of using congressional intransigence as an excuse to " suspend, waive, and even rewrite statutes ." ...

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  7. ELECTION - Haas gets more votes than incumbent Rosekrans in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 6 | Peninsula Daily News

    ... Rosekrans, who graduated from Sam Houston State University in Texas and has a law degree from the South Texas College of Law, was a criminal defense attorney in Texas before moving to Port Townsend to become a Jefferson County deputy prosecutor. He ...

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  8. Algorithm Predicts US Supreme Court Decisions 70% of TimeRead the original story

    Thursday Aug 7 | Slashdot

    "Using only data available prior to the date of decision, our model correctly identifies 69.7 percent of the Court's overall affirm and reverse decisions and correctly forecasts 70.9% of the votes of individual justices across 7,700 cases and more than 68,000 justice votes," Josh Blackman, a South Texas College of Law scholar, wrote on his blog ... (more)

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  9. Deferred Action for Almost Everyone?Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 5 | National Review Online

    ... discretion component and a work authorization component.) And as Josh Blackman of the South Texas College of Law observes in a forthcoming article , DACA achieved the statutory objectives of the DREAM Act despite the fact that Congress expressly ...

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  10. Tech companies hiring in the Midwest; predicting Supreme Court case outcomes: TechFlash 7 thingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 5 | Business Journal

    ... aims to be a subscription service for Airbnb hosts. A new computer program built by a group of South Texas College of Law scholars uses Washington University in St. Louis' Supreme Court Database to predict Supreme Court case outcomes. So far, it has ...

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  11. More on San Felipe Highrise Lawsuit IIRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 4 | Off the Kuff

    ... be the first evidence of that. "They could be taking from the Ashby logic," said Matthew Festa, a South Texas College of Law professor who specializes in land use issues, who testified for the developers in the November trial. "It could be a death ...

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  12. People Moves: Norton Rose FulbrightRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 31 | Law.com

    ... Admiralty, Aviation and Transportation department: Billy Hannes , who received a law degree from South Texas College of Law; and Antoine Pellerin , who received a law degree from Universite de Sherbrooke in 2009. Three attorneys have left the ...

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  13. Pipeline Proposal Revives Eminent Domain DebateRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 1 | MyHighPlains.com

    ... with the courts," Ramona Nye, the agency's spokeswoman, said. Matthew Festa, a professor at the South Texas College of Law, said the proposal "doesn't really seem to address the main issue" in the common carrier debate. Requiring pipeline companies ...

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  14. This Week by the Numbers: Bar Exam Glitch, Bad News Sterling and Predicting SCOTUS DecisionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 31 | Law.com

    ... found "no credible or compelling evidence" to support the allegations. An assistant professor at South Texas College of Law says he's found a way to predict decisions of the Supreme Court's individual justices with a pretty impressive 70.9% accuracy ...

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  15. Algorithm predicts US Supreme Court decisions 70% of timeRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 30 | Ars Technica

    ... of individual justices across 7,700 cases and more than 68,000 justice votes," Josh Blackman, a South Texas College of Law scholar, wrote on his blog Tuesday. While other models have achieved comparable accuracy rates, they were only designed to ...

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  16. Times recommends: Hillsborough Circuit Court judgesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 25 | St. Petersburg Times

    ... Scionti and Michael John Brannigan. Both men grew up in Hillsborough County, graduated from the South Texas College of Law and returned to Florida. Scionti, 45, has worked as an assistant attorney general, an assistant state attorney and an ...

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  17. Mostyn Law Firm's Head of Litigation and Senior Associate accepted by New York State BarRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 23 | PRWeb

    ... 2010 to the present. In addition to her work at the firm, Sigman was an Adjunct Professor at South Texas College of Law from 2005 to 2008, teaching Mock Trial Litigation under South Texas's Advocacy Director and Associate Dean T. Gerald Treece. She ...

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  18. People Moves: Norton Rose FulbrightRead the original story

    Jul 16, 2014 | Law.com

    ... Admiralty, Aviation and Transportation department: Billy Hannes , who received a law degree from South Texas College of Law; and Antoine Pellerin , who received a law degree from Universite de Sherbrooke in 2009. Three attorneys have left the ...

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  19. Battle of the beavers: Buc-ee's sinks teeth into lawsuit over 'copycat' logoRead the original story

    Jul 19, 2014 | CultureMap

    ... background. "Big guys always beat the little guys when it comes to trademark and copyright," said South Texas College of Law's Gerald Treece. Although the logos have similarities, there are also many differences. Buc-ee's logo features only a ...

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  20. Buc-ee's bares teeth in beaver battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 18, 2014 | WFAA-TV Dallas

    ... else for a logo like that." Maybe you can, maybe you can't. Gerald Treece, the dean of the South Texas College of Law, said he believes Buc-ee's doesn't have much of case, but that doesn't really matter. "It's a terrible example, again, of 'What the ...

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