Monday, June 25, 2012
Not one, but two symposia issues from South Texas Law Review hit my mailbox last week.
The first, "Physical Evidence: Best Practices from Crime Scene to Conviction or Acquittal and Beyond," follows the Law Review's very interesting Fall 2010 live symposium. This issue features articles by South Texas professor Catherine Greene Burnett, internationally acclaimed forensic scientist Dr. Henry C. Lee, noted forensic pathologist Cyril H. Wecht, M.D., J.D., and two Texas Court of Criminal Appeals judges -- Hon. Michael E. Keasler and Hon. Barbara Hervey, among others.
The second issue, "Amending Article Two: Reversing the Curse" features five articles examining the lengthy and ultimately unsuccessful effort by the American Law Institute to amend Uniform Commercial Code Article 2. Professors Henry Gabriel (Elon), Scott Burnham (Gonzaga), John E. Murray, Jr. (Duquesne) and Fred H. Miller (Oklahoma) joined K & L Gates's Holly K Towle with presentations.