JEAN FLEMING POWERS
Promissory Estoppel and Wagging the Dog, 59 Ark. L. Rev. 841 (2007).
Rethinking Moral Obligation as a Basis for Contract Recovery, 54 Me. L. Rev. 1 (2002).
Going Too Far to Achieve Harmony, 41 S. Tex. L. Rev. 203 (1999).
What the Market Will Bear Questions About Limits on Attorneys' Fees, 36 Hous. Law., Nov.-Dec. 1998, at 23.
Ethical Implications of Attorneys Requiring Clients to Submit Malpractice Claims to ADR, 38 S. Tex. L. Rev. 625 (1997).
Recent Developments in Direct Mail Solicitation, 18 Dallas B. Ass'n Headnotes, Feb. 15, 1994, at 4.
A Matter of Trust: Lawyer Trust Accounts in Texas, 56 Tex. B.J. 466 (1993).
Expanded Liability and the Intent Required in Third Party Beneficiary Contracts, 1993 Utah L. Rev. 67.
Lawyer Advertising in Texas and the Supreme Court Cases, 17 Dallas B. Ass'n Headnotes, Feb. 15, 1993, at 1.
Hate Crimes on the Rise, Newsl. (Law Focused Education, A Publication of the State Bar of Texas, Austin, Tex.), Apr. 1992, at 1.
Testamentary Designations of Attorneys and Other Employees, 20 Golden Gate U. L. Rev. 261 (1990).
Lawyer Advertising-Past, Present, and Future, 53 Tex. B.J. 1005 (1990).
PRESENTATIONS & PROCEEDINGS
Ethics Fast Track, Real Estate Law Conference (Houston: South Texas College of Law, 2008). (Tab E)
Ethics and Multi-jurisdictional Representation (ethics topic), Real Estate Law Conference (Houston: South Texas College of Law, 2007). (Tab Q)
Ethics for Employment Lawyers from Outside Counsel’s Perspective, Employment Law: Walking the Walk and Talking the Talk (Houston: South Texas College of Law, 1998). (with Richard Carlson) (Tab G)