SOUTH TEXAS COLLEGE OF LAW

SOUTH TEXASCOLLEGE OF LAW

1303 SAN JACINTO ST.

HOUSTON, TEXAS77002-7006

Telephone: 713-659-8040

URL: http://www.stcl.edu

 

ABA Approved Since 1959

 

South Texas College of Law is located in the heart of Houston‚??s downtown legal and financial district. In addition to being the only private law school in the city, it is also the oldest. Its student body is one of the largest and the most diverse in Texas. Since the college is situated in the center of the nation‚??s fourth-largest city, it is uniquely suited to serve the needs of its students while cultivating a rich and rewarding learning environment. A dynamic energy exists between the faculty, student body, and the community‚??s 6,000 practicing attorneys who are walking distance of the law school

 

The college has grown enormously since its founding in 1923. It now boasts a full-time faculty of 60 and an adjunct faculty of approximately 40 practitioners. This deep faculty base allows the school to maintain an 18.8 to 1 student faculty ration, while building a strong student body of about 1,237 students. More than 75 percent of the current students attend SouthTexas on a full-time basis. Many of the part-time students are second-career professionals---the very students for whom the law school was founded. The part-time program remains flexible enough to allow part-time students to attend day and/or evening classes while fulfilling their obligations at home or office.

 

The college strives to provide the best combination of practical skills and scholarly training through the classroom and its four Centers of Excellence the Board of Advocates; the Frank Evans Center for Conflict Resolution, the Transactional Practice Center; and the Corporate Compliance Center.

 

Through its first Centerof Excellence, the Board of Advocates, the college has established a winning legacy in national moot court and mock trial advocacy competitions. Indisputably, SouthTexas is the best in the country, with over 100 national titles to its credit. This winning record far exceeds what any other law school in the nation has been able to accomplish. The advocacy program is further complemented by a strong curricular emphasis on courtroom skills training and legal writing, giving students a firm foundation from which to excel in the courtroom.

 

To further enhance the college‚??s well-regarded advocacy program, as well as support other school-wide activities, a $3 million courtroom complex was completed in 2003. The project includes The T Gerald Treece Courtroom (aptly named after its long-time advocacy director and founder), the Advocacy Hall of Champions, where all names of past national champions are displayed, and the Advocacy Center, housing offices and a large meeting room for tournament preparation.

 

Current emphasis on skills training takes many forms, beginning in the first year with rigorous mandatory courses in legal analysis, research, writing, and oral communications. It extends into the upper division curriculum with a range of clinical course offerings spanning form direct representation clinics to field placement externships and simulated advocacy and mediation courses. In the law school‚??s various direct client representation clinics, students work with actual clients on pending disputes under the supervision of full-time faculty and staff members.

 

A host off-site internships are available to allow students to experience the actual practice of law in settings as diverse as pro bono law firms and government agencies, state and federal courts, and prosecutor‚??s offices. Students use the experiences garnered in these placements as the 9 text 9 of seminars which explore skills development and system design. Additionally, in simulation courses, students are able to expand their mediation, pretrial and trial level skills through a combination of lectures, demonstrations, role playing activities and professor critiques. Full time faculty involvement, along with a strong cadre of local jurists and leading practitioners, allows the law school to take full advantage of its urban location for these skill courses.

 

To complement its strong tradition of advocacy and skills development, the law school also offers three other Centers of Excellence. The Frank EvansCenter for Conflict Resolution provides students training in mediation, arbitration, and other forms of alternative dispute resolution through classes, seminars, and volunteer opportunities. The TransactionalPractice Center focuses on teaching the core skills and knowledge needed to engage in a transactional law practice. For example, students have opportunities to learn and gain experience in contract negotiation and drafting and putting together a major transaction such as a real estate purchase or a corporate acquisition. The center combines coursework and skills development, granting a certificate of specialization in transactional skills to those who qualify. The college‚??s Corporate Compliance Center involves students interested in working as in-house counsel, outside counsel, and business law. The center hosts two topical programs each year exploring how companies promote policies and procedures to assure legal and ethical behavior.

 

South Texas students are engaged in a variety of co-curricular activities, including publishing the South Texas Law Review, the Corporate Counsel Review, the Construction Law Journal and the Texas Journal of Business Law Journal, and Currents International Trade Law Journal participate in more than 30 student organization and law fraternities. Many of the student organizations focus on specific areas of the law and others are affinity organizations. The college is home to the First and Fourteenth Courts of Appeals allowing students to easily observe live appellate arguments by some of the best attorneys in the country.

 

The South Texas College of Law Fred Parks Law Library is one of the largest in Texas, housing more than 511,900 volumes. Particular strengths of the collection include materials in English law, international business, materials on trial and appellate advocacy. The collection also contains research material, original transcripts, trial exhibits and video-taped depositions from the famous Texaco v. Pennzoil case, the first $10-billion dollar jury verdict ever awarded.

 

These unique materials provide students and legal researchers the opportunity to study in depth one of the landmark cases in the arena of complex litigation. The six-story Fred Parks Law Library contains over 81,000 square feet and includes more than 750 study seats equipped with internet connections, a wireless network, an abundance of study, seminar and conference rooms, a new computer center; and the Emilie Slohm conference and dining center, a multi-use penthouse suite with a large dining room and a rooftop terrace for relaxation and recreational use.

 

South Texas regularly hosts large or highly publicized trials, debates and events in the law school‚??s Joe M. Green Jr. Auditorium, the largest courtroom in Texas with more than 700 seats. The 240-seat Garrett-Townes Hall is also designed as a courtroom and is equipped with remote control video capability. Students and faculty benefit from computer, video, and audio technology in every classroom at South Texas.

 

All told, the exemplary facilities, access to practicing attorneys, and top-notch faculty coalesce to educate well-rounded attorneys.

 

President and Dean: Donald J. Guter (713) 646-1819

Academic Administration - Associate Dean: Bruce A. McGovern (713) 646-2920

Academic Affairs - Associate Dean: Helen B. Jenkins (713) 646-1887

Academic Administration and Skills Training - Associate Dean:

Catherine Green Burnett (713) 646-1831

Academic Assistance and Student Counseling - Assistant Dean:

Gena Singleton (713) 646-2975

Admissions - Assistant Dean: Alicia Cramer (713) 646-1810

Career Resources - Assistant Dean: Reginald Green (713) 646-1806

Continuing Legal Education - Director and Professor of Law:

Lisa Dahm (713) 646-1847

Development and Alumni Relations - V.P.: Kim Parker (713) 646-1803

Human Resources - V.P.: Steve Alderman (713) 646-1812

Law Library - V.P., Director of Library Services, Professor:

David G. Cowan (713) 646-1729

Scholarships and Financial Aid - Director: Mary Braxton (713) 646-1824

Student Services - Interim Registrar: Mandi Gibson (713) 646-1702

 

FULL TIME FACULTY

 

DONALD J. GUTER, (Law Professor), born Latrobe, Pennsylvania, June 26, 1948; admitted to bar, 1977, Pennsylvania. Education: University of Colorado (B.A., 1970); Duquesne University School of Law (J.D., 1977). COURSES: Military Law. Email: dguter @ stcl.edu

 

JAMES J. ALFINI, (Law Professor), born Yonkers, New York, October 12, 1943; admitted to bar, 1973, New York; 1976, Illinois; 2005, Texas. Education: Columbia University (B.A., 1965); Northwestern University Schoolof Law (J.D., 1972). COURSES: Mediation Theory and Practice, Constitutional Law, Professional Responsibility. Email: jalfini @ stcl.edu

 

JOHN H. BAUMAN, (Law Professor), born Albuquerque, New Mexico, May 14, 1953; admitted to bar, 1978, California. Education: Pomona College (B.A., 1975); Stanford University (J.D., 1978). COURSES:Torts, Civil Rights Actions, Consumer Transactions, Remedies, Federal Courts. Email:jbauman @ stcl.edu

 

KATHLEEN A. BERGIN, (Law Professor), born Worcester, Massachusetts, November 7, 1970; admitted to bar, 1998, Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 2000, New York. Education: University of Massachusetts (B.A., 1994); University of Baltimore (J.D., 1998); New York University (LL.M., 1999). COURSES:Constitutional Law, Critical Race Theory, Women in Law. Email:kbergin @ stcl.edu

 

CATHERINE GREENE BURNETT, (Law Professor), born Thunder Bay,Ontario, Canada, April 18, 1951; admitted to bar, 1976, Texas. Education: University of Texas (B.A., 1973; J.D., 1976). COURSES:Skills and Clinical Teaching, Criminal Procedure, International Criminal Law and Procedure, Capital Punishment, Legal Research and Writing. Email:cburnett @ stcl.edu

 

ELAINE A. CARLSON, (Law Professor), born St. Louis, Missouri, April 26, 1954; admitted to bar, 1979, Texas. Education: Southern Illinois University (B.S., 1974); McMaster University (M.A., 1975); South TexasCollege of Law (J.D., 1979). COURSES: Pretrial, Trial and Appellate, Civil Procedure (Texas and Federal), Professional Responsibility. Email:ecarlson @ stcl.edu

 

RICHARD R. CARLSON, (Law Professor), born Columbus, Ohio, May 28, 1954; admitted to bar, 1979, Georgia; 1986, Texas. Education: Wake Forest University (B.A., 1976); Universityof Georgia (J.D., 1979). COURSES:Labor Law, Employment Discrimination, Family Law. Email:rcarlson @ stcl.edu

 

SANDRA J. CARNAHAN, (Law Professor), born Los Angeles, California; admitted to bar, 1987, Texas. Education: University of Arkansas (B.A., 1976); South Texas College of Law (J.D., 1986); University of HoustonLaw Center (LL.M., 2000). COURSES: Criminal Procedure, Health Law and Bioethics. Email:scarnahan @ stcl.edu

 

GEOFFREY S. CORN, (Law Professor), born New York, NewYork; admitted to bar, 1992, Virginia. Education: Hartwick College (B.A., 1983); George Washington Law School (J.D., 1992); The U. S. Army Judge Advocate General‚??s School (LL.M., 1996). COURSES:Criminal Law, Prosecutorial Ethics, Criminal Procedure, National Security Law, Law of Armed Conflict, Comparative Counter-Terrorism Law. Email: gcorn @ stcl.edu

 

 DAVID G. COWAN, (Law Professor), born Mountain Home, Arkansas, November 12, 1953; admitted to bar, 1979, Arkansas. Education: University of Arkansas at Fayetteville (B.A., 1975; J.D., 1978); University of Missouri, Columbia (M.A.L.S., 1984). COURSES: Legal Research Skills, Law and Technology. Email: dcowan @ stcl.edu

 

SUSAN W. CRUMP, (Law Professor), born Fresno, California, February 24, 1947; admitted to bar, 1975, Texas. Education: University of Bordeaux; University of California (B.A., 1968); Southern Methodist University; University of Houston (J.D., 1974). COURSES: Criminal Law, Evidence, Federal Jurisdiction, Practice and Procedure. Email:scrump @ stcl.edu

 

BYRON P. DAVIS, (Law Professor), born Harlingen, Texas, May 8, 1944; admitted to bar, 1972, Texas. Education: University of Houston (B.S., 1967); South TexasCollege of Law (J.D., 1972). COURSES:Pretrial, Trial and Appellate Procedure, Commercial Paper, Contracts and Equity. Email:bdavis @ stcl.edu

 

SANDRA L. DEGRAW, (Law Professor), born Milwaukee, Wisconsin, June 7, 1940; admitted to bar, 1975, Wisconsin; 1977, Arizona; 1979, Illinois; 1981, California; 1986, Texas. Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison (B.B.A., 1966; M.S., 1971); Marquette University (J.D., 1975); Harvard University (LL.M., 1984). COURSES:Taxation, Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Estates, Professional Responsibility. Email: sdegraw @ stcl.edu

 

ELIZABETH A. DENNIS, (Law Professor), born Louisville, Kentucky, June 7, 1955; admitted to bar, 1984, Texas. Education: Hollins College (B.A., 1977); South Texas College of Law (J.D., 1984). COURSES:Criminal, Civil and Judicial Externships, Introduction to Law, Legal Method, Legal Research and Writing. Email: edennis @ stcl.edu

 

W. DAVID EAST, (Law Professor), born Madill, Oklahoma, March 18, 1945; admitted to bar, 1973, Texas; 1974, Nevada; 1979, California. Education: Baylor University (B.A., 1971; J.D., 1973); George WashingtonUniversity (LL.M., 1978). COURSES: Contracts, Commercial Law (UCC), Bankruptcy, Property. Email:deast @ stcl.edu

 

MATTHEW J. FESTA, (Law Professor), born Atlantic City,New Jersey, September 6, 1973; admitted to bar, 2002, Texas. Education: University of Notre Dame (B.A., 1995); Murray State University (M.P.A., 2001); Vanderbilt University (M.A., 2002); Vanderbilt LawSchool (J.D., 2002). COURSES:Property, Land Use, Wills, Trusts and Estates, Government. Email:mfesta @ stcl.edu

 

TED L. FIELD, (Law Professor), born Chicago, Illinois, 1965; admitted to bar, 2002, Illinois; 2003, U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Education: University of Illinois at Chicago (B.A., 1987); Northwestern University (M.S., 1990); John MarshallLaw School (J.D., summa cum laude, 2002). COURSES:Patents, Torts, Professional Responsibility, Evidence. Email:tfield @ stcl.edu

 

SHARON FINEGAN, (Law Professor), born Alexandria, Virginia, April 1, 1974; admitted to bar, 2001, Virginia; 2003, New York. Education: University of Virginia (B.A., 1996); Washington College of Law (J.D., 2001); ColumbiaLaw School (LL.M., 2005). COURSES:Legal Research and Writing. Email:sfinegan @ stcl.edu

 

PAMELA E. GEORGE, (Law Professor), born Los Angeles, California, December 14, 1952; admitted to bar, 1977, Texas. Education: University of Texas (B.S., 1973; M.L.S., 1974; J.D., 1977). COURSES:Marital Property, Texas Trial and Appellate Procedure, Family Law. Email:pgeorge @ stcl.edu

 

MAXINE D. GOODMAN, (Law Professor), born Washington, D.C., December 12, 1964; admitted to bar, 1990, Texas. Education: Brandeis University (B.A., 1987); University of Texas Schoolof Law (J.D., 1990). COURSES:Legal Analysis, Research and Writing, Appellate Advocacy, Class Action Litigation. Email: mgoodman @ stcl.edu

 

RICHARD J. GRAVING, (Law Professor), born Duluth, Minnesota, August 24, 1929; admitted to bar, 1953, Minnesota; 1956, New York; 1968, Pennsylvania; 1982, Texas. Education: University of Minnesota (B.A., 1950); HarvardUniversity (J.D., 1953). COURSES:International Law, Comparative Law, International Civil Litigation, Conflict of Laws, International Human Rights, Contracts. Email:rgraving @ stcl.edu

 

ROBERT F. HOLLAND, (Law Professor), born Ithaca, New York, June 25, 1950; admitted to bar, 1977, North Carolina; 1991, Texas. Education: U.S. MilitaryAcademy (B.S., 1972); Duke University School of Law (J.D., 1977). COURSES:Legal Research and Writing, Evidence, Criminal Law, Military Law, Criminal Trial Advocacy. Email: rholland @ stcl.edu

 

HELEN BISHOP JENKINS, (Law Professor), born Baltimore,Maryland, November 26, 1947; admitted to bar, 1984, Texas. Education: Peabody Conservatory of Johns Hopkins Institute (B.Mus.Ed., 1969); Howard University (M.M.Ed., 1975); University of Houston (J.D., 1983). COURSES:Wills, Trusts and Estates, Property, Estate Administration. Email:hjenkins @ stcl.edu

 

R. RANDALL KELSO, (Law Professor), born Indianapolis, Indiana, November 12, 1955; Education: University of Chicago (B.A., 1976); Universityof Wisconsin-Madison (J.D., 1979). COURSES: Constitutional Law, Contracts, Jurisprudence. Email: rkelso @ stcl.edu

 

JOSEPH K. LEAHY, (Law Professor), born Washington, Districtof Columbia, 1972; admitted to bar, 1998, New York and U.S. District Court, Eastern and Southern Districts of New York; 2000, District of Columbia. Education: Swarthmore College (B.A., 1994); New York University (J.D., magna cum laude, 1997). COURSES:Corporate Law, Securities Regulation, Agency and Partnership. Email:jleahy @ stcl.edu

 

KATERINA P. LEWINBUK, (Law Professor), born Moscow, Russia, February 4, 1972; admitted to bar, 2001, District of Columbia and Minnesota. Education: Minnesota State University (B.A., 1994); John MarshallLaw School (J.D., 2000). COURSES:Legal Research and Writing. Email:klewinbuk @ stcl.edu

 

BETTY J. LUKE, (Law Professor), born 1954; admitted to bar, 1992, Texas. Education: Lamar University (B.S., 1977); University of Texas Medical Branch (B.S., 1978); South Texas College of Law (J.D.,1992); University of Houston (LL.M., 1996). COURSES: Live Client Legal Clinics, Interviewing and Counseling. Email: bluke @ stcl.edu

 

BRUCE A. MCGOVERN, (Law Professor), born Portland, Maine, 1962; admitted to bar, 1989, Connecticut; 1990, New York; 1991, D.C.; 1994, Maine. Education: Columbia University (B.A., 1984); Fordham University School of Law (J.D., 1989); University of Florida College of Law (LL.M., 1996). COURSES:Federal Income Taxation, Corporate and Partnership Taxation, International Taxation, Agency and Partnership, Corporations. Email:bmcgovern @ stcl.edu

 

SHELBY A.D. MOORE, (Law Professor), born Baltimore, Maryland, February 16, 1959; admitted to bar, 1985, Maryland. Education: Towson State University (B.A., 1981); University of Baltimore (J.D., 1983); Harvard UniversityLaw School (LL.M., 1992). COURSES: Property, Criminal Law, Criminal Trial Advocacy. Email: smoore @ stcl.edu

 

RAY E. MOSES, (Law Professor), born Sedge, Texas, January 9, 1941; admitted to bar, 1965, Texas. Education: University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 1963; J.D., 1965); Northwestern University (LL.M., 1970); Southern Methodist University (S.J.D., 1978). COURSES:Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure. Email:rmoses @ stcl.edu

 

OLGA L. MOYA, (Law Professor), born Weslaco, Texas, December 27, 1959; admitted to bar, 1984, Texas. Education: University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 1981; J.D., 1984). COURSES:Environmental Law, International Environmental Law, Toxic Torts, Administrative Law, Legislation. Email:omoya @ stcl.edu

 

JAMES L. MUSSELMAN, (Law Professor), born Peoria, Illinois, August 4, 1951; admitted to bar, 1980, Colorado; 1985, Arizona; 1990, Texas. Education: Illinois Central College (A.A., 1972); Illinois State University (B.S., 1973); J. Rueben Clark Law School, Brigham Young University (J.D., 1979). COURSES: Federal Income Tax, Taxation and Commercial Law, Commercial Bankruptcy, Texas Marital Property. Email:jmusselman @ stcl.edu

 

FRANCESCA ORTIZ, (Law Professor), born San Antonio, Texas, October 11, 1964; admitted to bar, 1989, Texas. Education: University of Texas at Austin (B.A., 1986); Harvard LawSchool (J.D., 1989). COURSES:Property, Environmental Law, International Environmental Law, Natural Resources and Water Law, Animal Law. Email: fortiz @ stcl.edu

 

PHILLIP E. PAGE, (Law Professor), born Memphis, Tennessee, August 3, 1949; admitted to bar, 1980, Tennessee. Education: University of Tennessee (B.S., 1971); Memphis State University (J.D., 1980); New YorkUniversity (LL.M., 1983). COURSES: Contracts, Copyright, Trademark, Unfair Competition, Communications, Art and Entertainment. Email:ppage @ stcl.edu

 

JAMES W. PAULSEN, (Law Professor), born Eau Claire, Wisconsin, February 17, 1954; admitted to bar, 1984, Texas. Education: Texas Christian University (B.F.A., 1976); Baylor University (J.D., 1984); Harvard UniversityLaw School (LL.M., 1992). COURSES:Civil Procedure, Jurisprudence, Community Property, Legal History, Legal Research. Email:jpaulsen @ stcl.edu

 

AMANDA PETERS, (Law Professor), born Trenton, Missouri, 1974; admitted to bar, 1999, Texas. Education: Texas Tech University (B.A., 1996); Texas Tech University Schoolof Law (J.D., 1999). COURSES: Legal Research and Writing. Email: apeters @ stcl.edu

 

JEAN FLEMING POWERS, (Law Professor), born Newark, Ohio, October 6, 1948; admitted to bar, 1978, Texas. Education: University of Texas (B.A., 1970); University of Houston (J.D., 1978). COURSES: Contracts, Professional Responsibility, Remedies. Email:jpowers @ stcl.edu

 

HARRY L. REED, (Law Professor), born Houston, Texas, December 16, 1923; admitted to bar, 1948, Texas. Education: University of Texas (B.A., 1943); University of Texas School of Law (J.D., 1948). COURSES:Oil and Gas, Admiralty, Federal Courts.

 

JEFFREY L. RENSBERGER, (Law Professor), born Goshen,Indiana, June 20, 1958; admitted to bar, 1984, Indiana. Education: Wabash College (B.A., 1980); Indiana University at Bloomington (J.D., 1983). COURSES: Civil Procedure, Conflict of Laws, Torts. Email:jrensberger @ stcl.edu

 

CHARLES W. "ROCKY" RHODES, IV, (Law Professor), born Arlington, Texas, December 8, 1967; admitted to bar, 1992, Texas. Education: BaylorUniversity (B.B.A., 1990; J.D., 1992). COURSES:Civil Procedure, Constitutional Law, First Amendment, State Constitutional Law, Complex Litigation, Federal Courts. Email:rrhodes @ stcl.edu

 

VAL D. RICKS, (Law Professor), born Rexburg, Idaho, December 20, 1965; admitted to bar, 1992, Utah. Education: Ricks College (A.A., 1987); BrighamYoung University (B.A., 1989; J.D., 1992). COURSES:Contracts, Agency and Partnership, Corporations, Securities Regulation, Jurisprudence. Email:vricks @ stcl.edu

 

GARY S. ROSIN, (Law Professor), born San Antonio, Texas, September 25, 1950; admitted to bar, 1975, Texas. Education: Texas A & MUniversity (B.S., 1972); Universityof Texas (J.D., 1975). COURSES:Agency and Partnership, Banking Law, Corporations, Payment Systems and Securities Regulation. Email:grosin @ stcl.edu

 

NJERI J. MATHIS RUTLEDGE, (Law Professor), born AnnArbor, Michigan; Education: Spelman College (B.A., 1993); Harvard LawSchool (J.D., 1996). COURSES: Legal Research and Writing, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Labor and Employment Law, Civil Litigation. Email:nmathis @ stcl.edu

 

MARK R. SIEGEL, (Law Professor), born New Rochelle, New York, April 21, 1958; admitted to bar, 1983, Georgia; 1985, Florida. Education: University of Florida (B.S., B.A., 1979); Florida State University (J.D., 1983); EmoryUniversity (LL.M., 1988). COURSES:Federal Income Taxation, Estate and Gift Taxation, Estate Planning, Wills, Trusts and Estates. Email:msiegel @ stcl.edu

 

ANDREW T. SOLOMON, (Law Professor), born New York, June 2, 1965; admitted to bar, 1991, New York. Education: University of Michigan (B.A., 1987); BostonUniversity School of Law (J.D., 1990). COURSES:Legal Research and Writing, Appellate, Civil Practice Advocacy. Email:asolomon @ stcl.edu

 

TOBIN A. SPARLING, (Law Professor), born Glens Falls,New York, September 28, 1953; admitted to bar, 1989, New York; 1994, Texas. Education: Dartmouth College (B.A., 1975); ColumbiaUniversity (J.D., 1988). COURSES:Legal Research and Writing, Privacy Law. Email:sparling @ stcl.edu

 

MARK E. STEINER, (Law Professor), born New Orleans,Louisiana, April 30, 1955; admitted to bar, 1983, Texas. Education: University of Texas (B.A., 1978); University of Houston (J.D., 1982; Ph.D., 1993). COURSES:American Legal History, Asian Americans and the Law, Consumer Transactions, Torts, Internet Legal Research. Email: msteiner @ stcl.edu

 

DRU STEVENSON, (Law Professor), born Ann Arbor, Michigan, March 11, 1968; admitted to bar, 1999, Connecticut; 2000, New York. Education: Wheaton College (B.A., 1989); University of Connecticut School of Law (J.D., 1999); Yale Law School (LL.M., 2002). COURSES:Law and Economics, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, Nonprofit Corporations, Legislation. Email: dstevenson @ stcl.edu

 

CHERIE O. TAYLOR, (Law Professor), born Columbia, South Carolina, March 7, 1958; admitted to bar, 1983, Georgia. Education: Harvard University, Radcliffe (A.B., 1980); University of Georgia (J.D., 1983); GeorgetownUniversity (LL.M., 1990). COURSES: International Business Transactions, International Civil Litigation, Civil Procedure. Email:ctaylor @ stcl.edu

 

T. GERALD TREECE, (Law Professor), born Midland, Texas, April 9, 1945; admitted to bar, 1972, Texas. Education: Universityof Houston (B.A., 1967; J.D., 1969). COURSES:Torts, Constitutional Law, Appellate Advocacy. Email:gtreece @ stcl.edu

 

MICHAEL E. WHEELER, (Law Professor), born Fort Smith, Arkansas, August 24, 1949; admitted to bar, 1979, Arkansas. Education: Arkansas Tech University (B.A., 1972); University of Arkansas at LittleRock (J.D., 1979). COURSES:Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Gaming Law, Juvenile Law, Corporate and White Collar Crime. Email:mwheeler @ stcl.edu

 

WILLIAM L. WILKS, (Law Professor), born Fort Wayne, Indiana, November 12, 1931; admitted to bar, 1955, Indiana and Michigan. Education: Yale University (B.A., 1952); University of Michigan (J.D., 1955); George WashingtonUniversity (LL.M., 1973). COURSES: Evidence, Insurance, Civil Procedure. Email: wwilks @ stcl.edu

 

JOHN J. WORLEY, (Law Professor), born Elberton, Georgia, July 14, 1954; admitted to bar, 1981, Georgia. Education: University of Georgia (A.B., 1975; J.D., 1980); Rice University (M.A., 2005). COURSES:Bankruptcy, Commercial Law, Contracts, Jurisprudence Payment Systems, Secured Transactions. Email:jjworley @ stcl.edu

 

KEVIN M. YAMAMOTO, (Law Professor), born Los Angeles, California, August 4, 1963; admitted to bar, 1993, California. Education: University of California at Davis (B.S., 1987); University of San Diego (J.D., 1992); Universityof Florida (LL.M., 1995). COURSES: Individual Income Tax, Corporate Tax, Estate and Gift Taxation, Estate Planning, Partnership Taxation, Taxation of Business Organizations. Email:kyamamoto @ stcl.edu

 

TIMOTHY R. ZINNECKER, (Law Professor), born Owosso, Michigan, July 20, 1959; admitted to bar, 1989, Texas. Education: Central Missouri State University (B.S.B.A., 1981); BrighamYoung University (J.D., 1986). COURSES:Banking, Consumer Bankruptcy, Electronic Commerce, Secured Transactions, Payment Systems. Email:tzinnecker @ stcl.edu