Noley R. Bice Jr., general counsel at Baylor University since 1998, has announced that he will retire as the university's chief legal adviser on Sept. 1. Interim President William D. Underwood has appointed Associate General Counsel Charles Beckenhauer to succeed Bice as interim general counsel.
Ed Horner, an 89-years-old professor emeritus of law at Baylor Law School, has penned his last article for the Oil & Gas Reporter, a monthly report of cases and administrative rulings in the fields of oil and gas law and taxation. After 46 years, and 600 articles, he has decided it is time to retire.
With Baylor Law School's Practice Court Professor Bill Underwood currently serving as the university's Interim President, high profile Austin lawyer Steve McConnico has been named by Baylor Law School as its Practice Court Professor for the 2005 Fall Quarter.
Baylor law students are examining the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic in April 1912 with the loss of more than 1,500 lives during their "Big Trial" court program, which got under way on Tuesday of this week.
Baylor law students will focus on one of history's biggest maritime disasters - the tragic sinking of the RMS Titanic in April 1912 with the loss of more than 1,500 lives - during their "Big Trial" court program, which gets under way on Tuesday, July 5.