Tribute to Professor Linda Eads

By Jennifer M. Collins Abstract It is my great honor to introduce this tribute issue to the extraordinary Linda Eads. Professor Eads received her B.A. in International Studies with Honors from American University and her J.D. with Honors from the University of Texas...

Letter to Linda Eads

By Senator John Cornyn *     *     *     * Download the full article (PDF) here. Recommended Citation John Cornyn, Letter to Linda Eads, 72 SMU L. Rev. 551 (2019).  

Tribute to Professor Linda Eads

By Paul E. McGreal Abstract Teacher. Mentor. Colleague. Friend. I have been fortunate to know a small handful of people who have filled two or three of these roles. In each case, it was a person whose connection transcended the personal and professional. I have known...

Tribute to Professor Linda Eads

By Rebecca A. Gregory Abstract Most people do not know that, quite some years ago, Linda Eads and I traded places. I had an interest in teaching, and Linda wanted to spend some time in the courtroom and use the skills she had developed earlier in her career as a trial...

Tribute to Professor Linda Eads

By Melinda Arbuckle Abstract By the time I graduated from SMU with my J.D., I had taken four classes with Professor Eads. She taught me Constitutional Law, Evidence, and Professional Responsibility, which is to say that Professor Eads taught me how to be a lawyer....

Well Done, Professor Linda Eads

By Harriet E. Miers Abstract A hearty well done, Linda Eads, is what she deserves. She has used her talents and her time to help others have better opportunities and to inspire those coming after her to seek and achieve excellence. Download the full article (PDF)...

Professor Maureen Armour

By Jennifer M. Collins Abstract It is my great privilege today to introduce this tribute issue to the extraordinary Professor Maureen Armour. Professor Armour earned her undergraduate degree from the University of California at Santa Cruz, a master’s in social work...

Maureen Armour

By the Honorable Jane J. Boyle Abstract I have many memories of Maureen, but some stand out. Like how she was the smartest person in our class of 1981—bar none. She was unorthodox. She wore army pants and t-shirts to school and wore her hair in a bushy style. Though...

Maureen Tribute

By Michael Foreman Abstract I met Maureen when, via a dual career move, my wife and I relocated to Texas. My background included nearly two decades of legal practice spanning from private practice to state and local government. I had also done some adjunct teaching at...

In Honor of a Lifetime of Justice Work

By William Holston Abstract Maureen Armour exemplifies Socrates’s line that: ”Nothing is to be preferred before justice.” Maureen has devoted her entire professional life to the pursuit of justice. She is also one hell of a lawyer. To honor my friend Maureen, it is...