Review of Litigation staff, left to right, with the Texas Bar Foundation’s Outstanding Law Review Article Award: Paul Madrid, Quinn Martindale, Kim Hicks, Charlie Downing, Cort Thomas, Dave Mervis, and Zach Silverman.
The Texas Bar Foundation has given its Outstanding Law Review Article Award to “The Pharmacist’s Duty to Warn in Texas Reconsidered within a National Framework,” an article by Professor Alison G. Myrha of the Texas Tech University School of Law that was published in the University of Texas Law School’s Review of Litigation in the summer edition of 2008.
Accepting the Texas Bar Foundation’s Outstanding Law Review Article Award, left to right, are Kim Hicks, editor in chief of the Review of Litigation; Texas Tech University School of Law Professor Alison Myhra, author of the winning article; and Anne Yeakle, executive director of the Texas Bar Foundation.
The award recognizes both the Texas law review that publishes the article and the author of the article. The article must relate to the legal profession, the practice of law, or substantive law as applied to the practice of law: its regulation, discipline, availability; its improvement or advancement; its goals or priorities; its future or past. The Texas Bar Foundation donated one thousand dollars to the University of Texas School of Law in Myrha’s name.
The Texas Bar Foundation raises funds to assist the people of Texas by inviting one-third of one percent of Texas State Bar members to become fellows of the foundation each year.
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