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In Memoriam

He served in the U.S. Air Force for 20 years before starting a 25-year career as a teacher of economics, government, world history, and American history at Holmes High School in San Antonio.

After receiving her master’s degree, she went on to become the program director of child development and training, and later the program director for the aged and disabled for the Texas Department of Human Resources.

His ministry with the Church of God spanned more than 60 years, serving as youth director, evangelist, pastor, and territorial superintendent throughout the United States and the Caribbean.

He also served as editor in chief of the Evangelical Publishing House for the Church of God, a position in which he produced literature and training resources for Spanish-speaking ministries worldwide.

She earned her bachelor’s degree at Southwest Texas State University and positively influenced the lives of thousands of students as a teacher at Samuel Clemens High School in Schertz as well as Incarnate Word and Health Careers high schools in San Antonio.

He became a history teacher after retiring from the military, teaching for nearly two decades.

She also earned master gardener and master naturalist certifications, and served as a docent at the McNay Art Museum.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died January 12, 2017, at age 91.

She enjoyed traveling, painting, walking trails, cooking, and practicing tai chi.

She was an elementary school teacher for many years, receiving the Yellow Rose of Texas Education Award, and capping her career as principal of Carson Elementary School in San Antonio.

in bicultural bilingual education, died March 25, 2015, at age 90.

He later became a pharmacist and eventually managed several medical groups, including Desert Orthopedics and Premiere Health at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

He loved photography, running, water and snow skiing, and taking long walks with his beloved dog, Baloo.

She was born in Cuba and came to the U.S. in 1961 during the Cuban Revolution and had already started pursuing a doctorate in philosophy at the University of Havana.

She was also a dedicated member of Colonial Hills United Methodist church, where she enjoyed bible classes and women’s activities.

He served in the U.S. Navy as a weapons officer aboard the U.S.S. Ogden before returning to San Antonio to open his own real estate business.

He also made contributions to a project at the University of Texas A&M-San Antonio developing a clean-burning automotive drivetrain that would achieve unprecedented mileage.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died September 2, 2016, at age 91.

She spent 31 of her 42 years in public education with the Northside ISD, including 10 years as the secondary language arts supervisor, in which she was instrumental in establishing the New Jersey Writing Project in Texas.

In her private life she wrote poems that were cherished by her loved ones and was active in several book clubs.

in early childhood elementary education, died September 26, 2016, at age 67.

She was a teacher for the San Antonio and North East independent school districts and remained as a substitute for North East in her later years.

He was a U.S. Army veteran and a certified public accountant who enjoyed a long professional career.

He retired in 2009 after working for 37 years as a civilian logistics contractor for the U.S. Air Force.

He was a devoted family man who enjoyed playing golf and doing yard work.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Louisiana Tech University in 1941 and joined the U.S. Office of Censorship in 1942, translating correspondence and seeking out codes and secret messages in letters.

She would go on to become a teacher at Madison Elementary in San Antonio for 26 years, first teaching second grade and then becoming the school’s first teacher for language- and learning-disabled students.

She retired in 2000 and moved to Round Rock, where she continued to write short stories, children’s tales, and poems, which were published in newspapers and newsletters.

in early childhood elementary education, died October 8, 2015, at age 63.

He earned a bachelor’s degree in architecture at Texas A&M University before studying environmental design and urban planning at UTSA.

He was a builder of all things, a freehand illustrator, a garage musician, a dedicated recycler, a freshwater fisherman, a model rocket launcher, a backyard meteorologist, and largely known as a creative, hilarious man.

Born and raised in Iowa, he earned his bachelor’s degree at Tarkio College in Missouri, where he worked his way through college by shoveling coal into the boilers that heated the radiators on campus.

After the war he attained the rank of major in Fairbanks, Alaska, where was working to establish systems to fly across the Arctic.

His retirement years included family get-togethers and trips across the country in an RV.

in early childhood education, died August 16, 2018, at age 88.

She left an admirable teaching legacy on the South San Antonio ISD community as a bilingual kindergarten educator at Hutchins Elementary School.

When she was 15 she received a certificate as the highest-ranking high school student in the state of North Carolina and received a full scholarship from Pepsi.

in early childhood elementary education, died December 21, 2016, at age 71.

She was a teacher, instructor, and night school supervisor for more than 25 years with the San Antonio Independent School District and Region 20.

He was a certified public accountant for more than 40 years, first in Houston and later in Kerrville, where he moved with his family in 1994.

He was an active Catholic, who enjoyed his yearly silent retreat and attempting to make the nuns laugh.

In her 41 years of service to Our Lady of the Lake University she served as a professor of history, drama, public speaking, voice and diction, and Mexican American studies.

Her outstanding career as a professor, teacher, special collections librarian, and scholar earned her distinguished recognition from the university community as the OLLU Moody Professor in 1992 and 2002.

In addition to her master’s degree from UTSA, she earned a master’s degree in library science with a specialty in archives from UT Austin and a Ph.D.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died September 22, 2015, at age 70.

As an avid member of Communities Organized for Public Service, she was instrumental in bringing many community projects to the west side of San Antonio, including the construction of Highway 151 and the Albert Benavides Learning Center.

in early childhood education, died May 3, 2015, at age 78.

She earned a master’s degree from the University of Rhode Island and was an elementary school teacher in Foster, Rhode Island, where she started a first-grade reading program that was highly praised by the school district.

In 1981 she wrote the book Kids Can Type Too, which encouraged children to learn typing skills at a time when computers were becoming more prevalent.

He went on to serve in the U.S. Army Intelligence Corps for 31 years, starting as a private in 1969 and retiring as a colonel in 2000.

After earning her master’s degree at UTSA she became a counselor at Lee High School, where she remained for 21 years.

She was a die-hard fashionista, an expert seamstress, and a skilled painter and fabric artist.

She worked as an educator for more than 35 years, earning awards from Wright Career College in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, and Edgewood Federal Credit Union board of directors for her service.

He was born and raised in Belleville, Ill., and attended Southern Illinois University before transferring to St. Mary’s University to earn his bachelor’s degree in political science.

He went on to complete the elementary education program at UT Austin and became an elementary teacher in the San Antonio ISD at Crockett, Travis, and Hawthorne schools.

After completing his master’s degree at UTSA he transferred to the Northeast ISD and eventually fulfilled his lifelong dream of becoming a principal.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died November 6, 2015, at age 86.

The minister professed his first vows as a member of the Oblates of Mary Immaculate in 1947 and took advanced philosophical and theological studies at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome for the next seven years.

He built and directed the country’s first orphanage and the first girls training center in the capital city of Vientiane.

He assisted various groups seeking information on American soldiers missing in action in Southeast Asia.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died May 20, 2017, at age 93.

He was a proud band member and alumni of Memorial High School in San Antonio who especially enjoyed setting up holiday lights and decorations.

in early childhood elementary education, died March 31, 2016, at age 93.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died January 16, 2015, at age 84.

An educator for over four decades, he began his career with the Northside ISD as a teacher at Mary Hull and Locke Hill elementary schools before becoming the principal at John Glenn, Colonies North, and then Lackland City Elementary School.

Through hard work, trust in his teaching team, and a belief in the potential of all children, he transformed Lackland City Elementary into a 90-90-90 campus: 90% or higher minority enrollment, with 90% or higher classified as economically disadvantaged, and 90% of the student body meeting or exceeding standards on annual reading and math tests.

he gave to students and his practice of hiring teachers who demonstrated caring and love for children above all else, the campus was renamed Jerry D.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died March 29, 2007, at age 68.

She taught English at Brentwood, Cooper, Twain, and Rhodes junior high schools as well as Lanier and Edison high schools before attending UTSA to earn her B.B.A.

He loved photography and traveling, visiting all 50 states and 29 foreign countries.

Over his diverse career he served as a radio announcer, English teacher, play director, and speech therapist.

He began his career at USAA in San Antonio before holding positions at EDS and Deloitte Haskins and Sells that provided him the opportunity to travel throughout the U.S., Europe, and the Middle East.

He was active in the San Antonio art scene, serving as an original member of the performance art group Ki Flow Turtle.

He was also a member of the influential and pivotal art group known as the Mutt Cubists, who went on to found the San Antonio Museum of Modern Art, paving the way for galleries like the Blue Star Arts Complex.

He was a devoted Catholic who attended Prince of Peace Catholic Church, served as a member of the Roasary Guild, and attended several bible study classes.

He enjoyed fishing, traveling, playing cards and dominoes, and contributing to Habitat for Humanity projects and ALS walks.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died August 25, 2016, at age 85.

Before attending UTSA, he reached the rank of master sergeant in the U.S. Air Force, serving in the Korean War and winning many military rifle and pistol competitions as a marksman.

in early childhood elementary education, died August 2, 2014, at age 63.

She met her husband, Richard Homuth, in 1980, and they explored all seven continents together, sharing a common love for travel, adventure, and flying.

She dedicated her career to the airline industry, working for Tejas, Emerald, and Muse airlines before retiring with Continental, and even earning her private pilot’s license.

A native of Portland, Maine, she married military officer Paul Ingram and their family moved 23 times—living in seven different states and four foreign countries—over his 29-year military career.

Following retirement, the couple undertook the colossal task of renovating a 1770 home they purchased in Farmington, Connecticutt.

An Illinois native, she earned her bachelor’s degree at the University of Illinois, where she was also executive editor of The Daily Illini student newspaper.

She transitioned from a career in journalism to the water utility industry when her family moved to San Antonio.

Her great work there led to a chair appointment with the American Water Works Association, where she served on several committees of high importance and trained more than 500 utility managers throughout Texas and the Southwest.

She was tapped as an AWWA life member and honorary member, becoming the first woman to earn two major AWWA awards: Outstanding Service to the Water Industry, in 2004, and the AWWA Hall of Fame, in 2014.

She was named a member of the San Antonio Water System’s Citizen Advisory Panel on Water Resources from 2009 to 2014, chairing the committee from 2012 to 2015.

He attended Floresville High School, continued his education at UTSA, received his CPA in Austin, and worked for many years as a certified public accountant.

in math and computer science, died January 4, 2016, at age 74.

She worked as a registered nurse in hospitals, schools, and universities, and also became a nursing instructor after obtaining a master’s degree from the University of Kansas.

In Florida she worked for the Redlands Christian Migrant Association as a health educator for child care workers and parents of preschoolers.

He worked for the Social Security Administration in both Galveston and San Antonio from 1979 to 2005, starting as a representative and working his way through the ranks to become an instructor and trainer for the SSI disability branch.

He was also a proficient artist, best known for his paintings, sketches, drawings, lithographs, and wall murals.

His eclectic accomplishments included building an A-frame house, learning to play the accordion, and fully restoring an antique pump organ.

in bicultural bilingual education, died July 19, 2017, at age 80.

She taught first grade bilingual studies for 20 years and high school history and world geography for 18 years.

in early childhood education, died August 5, 2018, at age 62.

She was the proud recipient of a KENS 5 EXCEL award in 2005, which recognized her for her excellence in education, and the State Farm Teacher of the Game Award in 2006, for which she won tickets to a Spurs game and her picture was featured on the Jumbotron during halftime.

Her special interests were reading, traveling, painting, going to the movies, and road trips to Galveston with her family.

in early childhood elementary education, died March 9, 2013, at age 61.

He flew over 100 reconnaissance missions during the Korean War, and he received many honors and medals, including three Legion of Merit Awards.

Born in Los Angeles and raised in San Antonio, he was a standout athlete at Edison High School who attended South Plains College in Levelland on a basketball scholarship in the early 1960s.

degree at UTSA he moved to Houston and finished his career in the Alief ISD, retiring as an assistant principal in 2002.

He enjoyed golfing with his childhood friends, traveling with his wife, and both playing and listening to all sorts of music.

in early childhood education, died November 4, 2018, at age 65.

He retired from teaching in 2006 and began working part-time for the international programs department for the Alamo Colleges District.

He established lifelong friendships with teachers and students across Central America and even traveled to El Salvador to assist in the selection process of students who would come to the United States to study.

in early childhood education, died March 30, 2015, at age 70.

Raised by a prominent farming family in the province of Hebei, China, he excelled at Chinese literature and composition in grade school and took the initiative to learn Latin, English, French, and Spanish.

He enrolled at Fu-Jen Catholic University in Peking in 1947 but made the difficult decision to flee to Hong Kong in 1949 when the Communist Red Army took control of China.

While studying for a master’s degree in linguistics in London, he was offered a professorship at Mount Mercy College in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, where he moved in 1966.

She then co-owned and operated RexReport, a real estate report of monthly foreclosures, for 18 years.

She loved animals, Agatha Christie mystery novels, Mexican food, spending time with family, and studying her Bible.

After considering a teaching career he earned an applied science degree at UTSA and discovered his true calling as a fourth-generation oil and gas geologist.

and then spent 19 years at Simpson Race Products, where he was most recently the company’s chief financial officer.

He enjoyed life on Lake McQueeney, serving his community through Spirit of Joy Lutheran Church and Sports Boosters and going on vacations with his family and loved ones.

After serving 20 years in the U.S. Air Force he earned his sociology degree and settled down with his family in Kenedy.

He was appointed chief probation officer of the 81st and 218th Judicial District with offices in Karnes, Wilson, Atascosa, La Salle, and Frio counties and was later promoted to director of community supervision and corrections.

In addition to supporting law enforcement and veteran causes he enjoyed reading novels and watching old Westerns.

in environmental studies ’82, died October 5, 2017, at age 87.

Over the course of his career he worked as a budget analyst for the UT Health Science Center in Dallas and the U.S. Air Force School of Aerospace Medicine in San Antonio, as an auditor for the U.S. Army Audit Agency, as assistant to the city manager for the City of Irving, as senior manager at Arthur Andersen, and as the director of research and information services for the North Central Texas Council of Governments.

As a season ticket holder, he attended UTSA football games while keeping statistics for his Twitter followers.

He enjoyed tailgating before football games and attending UTSA baseball and basketball games.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died April 3, 2017, at age 73.

After two years of service in the U.S. Army, he taught at various high schools and middle schools in the San Antonio area in addition to teaching English and speech at UTSA, St. Mary’s University, and University of the Incarnate Word.

He was married for 58 years, had a 45-year professional career, and gave more than 30 years of community service.

She was passionate about civil rights and providing free legal aid to those with low incomes.

She traveled South Texas, redrawing district lines, taking litigation against local government, and representing hundreds of people in disability and worker’s compensation claims.

He completed B-47 combat crew training in October 1959 and B-52 combat crew training in 1966.

He later served as a pilot during the Vietnam War, flying more than 100 successful combat missions in Southeast Asia.

She loved traveling on car trips or cruises and especially camping at national and state parks.

She also enjoyed attending productions at the Majestic Theater, working on jigsaw puzzles, playing board games, and going to movies and garage sales.

When she took the required test to become a registered medical lab technician she scored the fifth-highest grade ever recorded in the United States.

He was promoted to district headquarters in 1973 and continued his advancement to the senior position of district right of way supervisor for the San Antonio district.

He retired from TxDOT in 2003 but continued to work with the Bexar County Appraisal District and HRM Consultants in addition to serving on the executive committee for the International Right of Way Association.

His favorite pastimes included betting on horses, playing tennis, fishing, and watching sports with his son.

in health and physical education, died April 21, 2018, at age 67.

He worked for many years as a coach and educator before owning and operating a medical billing service for 12 years with his wife, Betty.

in early childhood education, died July 14, 2018, at age 59.

She and her husband, David, built a family and ministry, and Destiny Church continues to touch countless lives.

in early childhood education, died January 25, 2019, at age 88.

in early childhood education, died February 28, 2018, at age 73.

She married Joe Goodpasture on February 14, 1987, in Sierra Leone, West Africa, and lived and worked most of her adult life in the San Antonio area.

After serving as a teaching assistant at UCLA he dedicated his life to justice and community aid, as reflected in his employment history: counselor for the Neighborhood Youth Corps in Memphis;

She graduated from Los Angeles State College with a bachelor’s degree in education, teaching at many schools across the country as well as in Masawa, Japan, and Taipei, Taiwan, before settling down in Helotes.

Born in Queens, New York, she attended a fine arts high school in Manhattan before obtaining a bachelor’s degree in special education from Trenton State College (now the College of New Jersey).

She dedicated her life to teaching emotionally disturbed children, working for the Northside ISD until she was 65 years old and then spending 14 years as a substitute teacher.

A doctor who worked in family medicine for 28 years, he also enjoyed listening to heavy metal music, playing pool, and reading.

in bicultural bilingual studies, died October 20, 2015, at age 82.

in early childhood education, died January 1, 2002, at age 56.

She often painted and wrote creative pieces inspired by the poverty of her childhood, her mother’s untimely death, and the horrors her father escaped in the Spanish Civil War.

She began her career at the Alamo Area Council of Governments in 1971 as a secretary but was promoted to executive secretary in the early 1980s after earning her B.B.A.

In addition to having a natural talent for drawing he enjoyed fixing objects and working with his hands.

She was passionate about helping animals, personally rescuing all of her pets, either as strays or injured along the highway.

After graduating from UTSA he earned a law degree from the Texas Tech School of Law in 1985 and practiced law for many years at the Donaho &

at UTSA she moved to Dallas and enjoyed a successful career as a project manager in the financial and telecommunications industries.

She and her husband, Richard, returned to San Antonio when they retired in 2006 and became passionate members of Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in nearby Selma.

She loved sailing, vacations in the Caribbean, and the fellowship that arose from the church’s senior group and her husband’s participation in the San Antonio Liederkranz German Singing Club.

He was a big-time Texas Longhorns fan, attending most home football games and many basketball and baseball games as well.

He also enjoyed hunting, fishing, playing golf, and going on cruises to destinations like Alaska, Hawaii, and the Caribbean.

He sang 12 years for the San Antonio Liederkranz men’s choir and taught music classes at the University of the Incarnate Word, San Antonio College, St. Philip’s College, and Northwest Vista College.

He worked for an additional 20 years in civil service after earning his degree at UTSA.

She retired from the North Side Independent School district in San Antonio at the age of 65 but continued substitute teaching until the age of 79.

in math, computer science and systems design, died April 22, 2016, at age 59.

After graduating from high school at the age of 16 he joined the Merchant Marines and then enlisted in the U.S. Army for a tour in Vietnam.

He was a certified public accountant for 36 years for Tesoro and an auditor for the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission for 11 years.

She graduated from Jefferson High School in San Antonio in 1971, attended San Antonio College, earned her bachelor’s degree at UTSA and a master’s degree at Trinity University.

She dedicated her career to school administration and serving on the city council for her community of Garden Ridge.

While working in Japan, at the urging of a friend, Conger entered a photography contest and as a result, the Tokyo Museum of Modern Art displayed two of his works.

As project photographer on the Rio Azul archaeological excavations in Guatemala, two of Conger’s photographs also appeared in the April 1986 edition of National Geographic.

He was a proud UTSA alumnus who successfully encouraged his two children and one grandchild to follow in his footsteps and attend his alma mater.

Among his most notable assignments were serving as brigade surgeon in the 7th Infantry Division during the invasion of Panama as well as battalion surgeon in the 1st Cavalry Division during the liberation of Kuwait.

In addition to practicing family medicine, he would go on to hold many leadership roles: medical director for Harbour Hospice of Bexar County, chief medical officer for veterans affairs at both South Bexar County and Frank Tejeda outpatient clinics, and chief medical officer for veterans’

His passion for recreational and sport fishing inspired him and six others to launch the SurfCats Fishing Classic, a tournament held annually for 25 years at South Padre Island.

in early childhood education, died May 15, 2014, at age 66.

A retired U.S. Air Force captain and veteran of 23 years, he was also a doting father and grandfather.

He reached the rank of lieutenant colonel in the U.S. National Guard before earning a bachelor’s degree at Southwest Texas University and becoming a planner for San Antonio Water System, where he retired in 2011.

She enjoyed a 30-year career in public education as a math teacher and guidance counselor.

After earning her bachelor’s degree in sociology from Duke University in 1955 she married Henry Dickman and became a devoted Air Force wife for the next 26 years.

When Henry died in 1981 she began taking classes at UTSA and devoted her life to learning, volunteerism, and travel.

She also earned certifications as a professional San Antonio tour guide and a chartered tax professional.

She enjoyed Thanksgiving with loved ones, volunteering, playing tennis, boot camp workouts, Las Vegas trips, New York Rangers hockey, and Notre Dame football.

As a military wife who moved frequently, she taught middle school science in several places over the course of two decades.

He then embarked on a 14-year career as a computer test engineer before moving back to his native state of South Carolina.

In his later years he volunteered as a tutor at Adams Hill Elementary School, where he made a positive impact on many young lives.

She served as an event coordinator for the Convention Center and as the director of the Epilepsy Foundation in San Antonio before she began a career in health education at University Hospital, where she retired as a human resources leader.

He retired from Judson High School in Converse after 25 years of service as a special education teacher.

After earning a bachelor’s degree in chemistry from Wichita State University in 1963, he enlisted in the U.S. Air Force, serving during the Vietnam War and retiring as a captain.

After retirement he started a company that helped first responders identify and handle explosives in addition to writing and publishing a book titled Explosive Identification Guide in 1999.

He retired from civil service work after 32 years and the Army after 38 years.

She was a devoted mother, grandmother, and friend who retired as a school counselor to spend time with her grandchildren and travel with many of her lifelong pals.

After graduating from UTSA she would earn a master’s degree in physical therapy from UT Health San Antonio and a massage therapy license before enjoying a career as a dedicated in-patient rehabilitation clinician.

She and her wife, Carlynn, traveled in a camper van from San Antonio to Alaska to Newfoundland with their golden retrievers, stopping frequently to hike along the way.

in early childhood education, died April 11, 2019, at age 59.

She enjoyed a successful career as an event coordinator and created her own company called San Antonio Events.

She took great pride in her festive career, highlighting the San Antonio experience for visitors from around the world.

in early childhood education, died April 28, 2018, at age 77.

She spent the next two decades raising two children and participating in many civic and charitable activities, including civil rights marches.

She was well-known as a lifelong supporter of the Manchester United Football Club and founder of the British Sporting Club, which hosted many traditional British events and warmly welcomed new immigrants to San Antonio.

She was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 1987 and battled health challenges for the last three decades of her life.

Born in Oklahoma City, she began playing the piano and organ at age 5 and was playing alongside singing pastor R.T.

She performed at thousands of weddings, funerals, and church services, playing at nearly every church in the San Antonio area.

Her classical music credits included performances with the San Antonio Boys Choir, the San Antonio Symphony, the San Antonio Mastersingers, and several chamber music ensembles.

Her lifelong love for learning led her to St. Mary’s University, where she earned a master’s degree in clinical psychology.

She became a licensed professional counselor for many years before returning to the accounting field.

She and her husband, Pablo, owned and operated three small neighborhood grocery stores—two in Pearsall and one in San Antonio—as well as a successful accounting and bookkeeping business.

Her clients included several local churches, local and international businesses, private individuals, family, friends, and neighbors.

in electrical engineering '02, died March 4, 2016, at age 62.

in early childhood education, died November 22, 2018, at age 66.

Over her career she taught special education for several schools in San Antonio and spent many summers teaching children of migrant workers in Minnesota.

She was a descendent of the original Canary Island settlers of San Antonio and proudly represented the descendants in Fiesta parades and events.

She was active in local politics, serving as an election judge, a precinct chair, and in various volunteer capacities with the Democratic Party.

She enjoyed planning countless vacations for her family and being there for her children’s activities—and capturing every moment on film.

He earned his degree after an early career as a professional musician in the band the Krayolas.

He joined the San Antonio rock band in 1977, making records and touring while singing vocals on tracks like “Roadrunner,”

Although he worked hard—whether it was on assignments for Bruington Engineering, landscaping the yard, or refurbishing guitar amps—he remained a dreamer and a restless soul until the end.

in education and former Institute of Texan Cultures docent, died May 22, 2015, at age 88.

in early childhood education, died December 6 2017, at age 88.

in art with a concentration in architecture, died June 18, 2018, at age 57.

He was a Registered Texas Architect and a member of the American Institute of Architects who won countless awards, accolades, and honors over three decades in the industry.

He spent countless hours perfecting hand-drawn renderings, which he often mentioned was a dying art, and refused to label his unique style, although it is quite discernible to those familiar with his work.

In 1997 she founded Learning Beyond the Basics, a nonprofit education consulting corporation where she developed curriculum to meet the needs of gifted and at-risk students.

In 1961 as a young airman he was diagnosed with throat cancer and the doctors didn’t give him very good odds.

He was also a beloved summer camp instructor at Lamar Bruni Vergara Environmental Science Center, where he taught campers the value of wildlife and the environment.

She loved cheering on the Spurs, dining out with friends, long talks on the phone, and spending quality time with her grandchildren.

She was passionate about animals, regularly volunteering as a property inspector for the Oregon Humane Society, and donating much of her time, money, and goods to charities like Alley Cat Allies and the Pixie Project.

Under her leadership the company grew to manage $3.7 billion in assets with six offices across Texas in Austin, Corpus Christi, Dallas, Houston, and Brenham–College Station.

She was past chairman of the CFA Institute Public Awareness Committee and served on the board of governors of CFA Institute, an international organization of more than 100,000 investment professionals.

She would go on to earn a master’s degree in education at Our Lady of the Lake University before becoming a longtime juvenile probation officer for Bexar County.

He was a longtime volunteer for Meals on Wheels and as a driver for elderly patients needing assistance to get to doctor appointments.

She worked for several pharmaceutical companies, conducting clinical research trials to further the understanding and treatment of various illnesses.

She loved and enjoyed her grandsons more than words can say, and enjoyed extensive travel, gardening, supporting peace and justice issues, and spending time with family and friends.

She worked for USAA for 26 years as a systems analyst and attended night school at San Antonio College and UTSA before earning her bachelor’s degree.

Shortly after her husband, Ellery, died in 1997 she moved to Houston, where she continued her work for Aetna and became a tax season professional for H&R Block.

in early childhood elementary education, died August 8, 2014, at age 74.

She had nine children, completing her college education and beginning her first teaching job at age 60.

She was a one-woman band who could play the piano, guitar, violin, cello, French horn, flute, and mandolin.

He would go on to obtain master’s degrees in human resources management and technology commercialization at Houston Baptist University and The University of Texas at Austin, respectively.

As a clinical director at Roy Maas Youth Alternatives, Koiner worked with hundreds of troubled and abused youth to provide a stabilized living environment.

She contributed to all kinds of projects in San Antonio, including public works, land development, transportation, water, waste, gas utilities, and drainage.

in early childhood elementary education, died December 24, 2006, at age 57.

He enjoyed backyard barbecues, family reunions at Port Aransas, and weekend trips to his brother’s ranch.

in accounting with a concentration in information systems, died June 15, 2018, at age 56.

in mathematics, computer and design systems, died September 9, 2014, at age 70.

She loved cooking, baking, hot air ballooning, spending time with friends, and making “jolly goblins”

A native of Kilgore, he worked as a counselor at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, where he helped patients suffering from drug and alcohol abuse.

Over the course of a 27-year career in the U.S. Air Force he worked his way from enlisted airman to lieutenant colonel.

He was commended for his work on the city library board, joint city/county citizens bond oversight commission, and workforce development, and he focused much of his energy on the Comprehensive City Plan for San Antonio.

in early childhood elementary education, died October 24, 2014, at age 66.

After moving to San Antonio and starting a family she became a dedicated volunteer to many causes, serving as president of the PTA and the San Antonio Area Council of Girl Scouts.

She cofounded the Eurotex Corp., a commercial real estate company primarily serving European clients, and even served as its president.

After retirement she fulfilled her lifelong dream of pursuing a postsecondary education in music by earning her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in music at UTSA.

in early childhood elementary education, died September 29, 2014, at age 63.

After working in his family’s Italian restaurant and with his father in the lumber business, he found his calling at Promise Hospital of Dallas, where he became the regional director of health information.

He was an avid sports fan who cheered on the San Antonio Spurs, Texas Rangers, and TCU football and was a history buff who enjoyed watching the History Channel.

She was a civil servant at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio before becoming a legal secretary at the law firm of Stewart Alexander while simultaneously earning her criminal justice degree at UTSA.

Driven by a passion to help people who felt forgotten, she would go on to earn a master’s degree and become a licensed professional and chemical dependency counselor.

As the child of an army officer, she moved with her family numerous times during her childhood with stops in Alabama, the Philippines, Virginia, and Ohio.

She attended Mills College in Oakland, California, earning a bachelor’s degree in art history in 1963 and developing a passion for photography.

He was devoted to education and was completing a doctoral degree at UTSA while serving as a lecturer in the computer science department.

in early childhood elementary education, died August 4, 2016, at age 75.

She was married for 54 years and was an integral part of husband William’s foreign service career.

She was an employee with the Texas Department of Family and Protective Services Child Care Licensing division for more than 16 years and served the Houston and Austin areas as an inspector, supervisor, and case analyst.

Accompanied by her trained service dog, a beloved Brittany spaniel named Molly, she visited hospitals and facilities for people with special needs.

In the art community she was well-known for her unique pinhole photography, earning her local-legend status as The Pinhole Queen.

She constructed life-size camera obscuras and frequently presented her work at the Blue Star Arts Complex and the annual Luminaria event.

She also enjoyed skiing, photography, history, architecture, and renovating her family’s 19th century home.

Born in Taiwan, she earned an associate’s degree in accounting and statistics at the National Taipei College of Business before receiving the Southwestern Bell scholarship and a transfer scholarship to the University of the Incarnate Word, which would bring her to San Antonio.

After earning her second master’s degree in computer science she worked for Dell and the South Texas Veterans Health Care System before realizing her dream of teaching—at both the San Antonio Chinese Culture Institute (as a language teacher) and at San Antonio College (as a computer science instructor).

His passions included gardening, working outdoors, riding his motorcycles, and spending time with his pets.

degree in organ performance, which sparked a career as a music director and church organist that spanned more than 30 years.

During his life, he wore many hats—army sergeant, recreational sailor, tinker (auto repair), tailor (clothing sales), and everything related to construction.

She worked as a stenographer in the Panama Canal Zone, and while her first husband was stationed at Clark Air Force Base in the Philippines, she volunteered to care for Vietnamese orphans who had fled across the South China Sea after the fall of Saigon.

In addition to teaching in San Antonio public schools, she also taught ESL night classes for immigrants and youths at the juvenile detention center.

After many years as a stay-at-home mom, she earned her bachelor’s degree at UTSA and became a computer programmer, most recently working for Compuware of Appleton in Wisconsin.

His many interests included tending his family ranch, caring for animals, devotedly owning dogs, listening to music, and supporting his brother’s musical pursuits.

He first came to San Antonio in the late 1980s when he was stationed at Lackland AFB and earned a bachelor’s degree in finance at UTSA in 1992.

He then obtained a teaching certificate, starting as a substitute teacher at Taft High School, then teaching second grade at Vestal Elementary School from 1996 to 2002.

In the late 1990s she combined these passions and became both a docent and service volunteer at the San Antonio Zoo, where she taught Herbie the black rhino to paint and recognize shapes and colors.

After becoming a master naturalist and master gardener she spent countless hours volunteering at the Cibolo Nature Center in Boerne monitoring their bird boxes and at the San Antonio Botanical Garden tending to the Sacred Garden.

She was an avid reader who also enjoyed cake decorating, painting, crocheting, quilting, and caring for her pets.

She treasured learning her entire life, so much so that she researched her genealogy back to the late 1600s.

He also served as a director of fine arts for the Southwest and San Antonio independent school districts, in addition to holding roles as the choir director at Northwood Presbyterian Church and at St. Luke's Episcopal Church.

He later worked for H-E-B for 10 years and was a computer technician at a banking call center.

He found comfort visiting with other parents of fallen U.S. troops and in 2008 became the leader of the local Gold Star Families support group.

He worked a variety of roles in law enforcement and eventually became chief of police for VIA Metropolitan Transit.

After graduating from UTSA he would go on to earn a certification in anti–money laundering and start a career with Charles Schwab as the managing director for financial crimes risk management and training.

She was a board member of the Esperanza Center, as a neighborhood advocate, and as a member of the San Antonio Zoning Commission, where she saved neighborhoods, streets, and trees for District 1.

She worked as a legal secretary and word processor for 25 years before earning her degree at UTSA.

He worked as a district manager for Jack in the Box for 13 years before starting his own restaurant chain, Fox’s Pizza Den, with his wife.

After graduating from East Central High School, he attended UTSA and ultimately joined the San Antonio Fire Department, where he worked for 17 years, becoming a lieutenant.

He was a dedicated Christian who served in a variety of leadership positions at churches, most recently as the administrative pastor of Fellowship Bible Church in New Braunfels.

He was an inspiration to many students throughout his 24 years as an educator, and he used his knowledge in biostatistics to develop spatial modeling techniques to better interpret data from MRI scans of Gulf War veterans.

She had many loves and interests in her life, including travel, Catholicism, antiques, pottery, the Dallas Cowboys, and her horse and cats.

She enjoyed learning about a wide variety of topics, from papal encyclicals and Native American artifacts to painting techniques and DIY projects.

She was a loving wife and successful engineer who was a proud football mom, cheer mom and wrestling mom for her children.

He also enjoyed long road trip—he traveled to all 50 states—as well as fishing, visiting friends and family, and cruising to casinos on land and sea.

He spent more than a decade as a farmer before becoming an elementary teacher abroad for schools in Kazakhstan and Kuwait for five years.

He worked as an operating room technician at Baptist Medical Center and was doing part-time work for an electronics store in 1989 when he suffered an injury on the job that left him paralyzed from the neck down.

He began his career as an optometry technician but later decided to pursue a career in construction and remodeling.

Remodeling, going on to incorporate the business with government contracts and becoming a property building manager.

He worked as a disc jockey and in the oil industry before becoming a computer applications teacher for the San Antonio and Edgewood ISDs.

He spent 13 years as a docent for the San Antonio Zoo, nine of them as head docent, writing newsletters and planning field trips for his fellow docents.

She worked for University Health System for more than two decades, publishing articles about HIV care, cancer prevention, and depression in Mexican American populations.

She enjoyed playing guitar, hiking, traveling, and spending time with her family and cats.

She worked for Aetna for more than 23 years, most notably as the senior director of national producer programs, in which she led a team responsible for managing and supporting all incentive and compensation programs in Aetna business lines.

He achieved many childhood dreams and personal accomplishments as a writer, poet, elementary school educator, and university educator.

After earning his M.F.A., he became manager of the UTSA art department darkroom and an adjunct instructor until his retirement in 2013.

In his remaining years he pursued traditional means of creating art, painting, and drawing.

One of four San Antonio police officers wounded in an early-morning shootout in 2003, Murray survived his injuries and a stroke and later retired to a country life with a couple of faithful dogs.

After earning her bachelor’s degree she became a licensed chemical dependency counselor and enjoyed a rewarding career helping people with dependency issues.

She led the team in blocked shots from 2000 to 2002, adding 437 career points and 218 career rebounds, and earning an honorable mention for the 2002 All-Southland Conference team.

After graduating from UTSA she worked in the car business for more than 10 years as a finance manager before becoming an underwriter for Chase and Ally banks.

He received his medical degree from St. Joseph University in Beirut, but left for the United States after experiencing many horrors during the Lebanese civil war.

He frequently competed in half marathons, usually placing first or second in his age division.

He developed a passion for cycling in his later years, racing in local and national competitions and even traveling to France to ride several stages of the Tour de France.

in adult and higher education ’07, died August 12, 2017, at age 49.

He was a veteran of the Vietnam and Gulf wars, earning at least 15 awards (medals, ribbons, and commendations) during his military career.

He enjoyed coaching his children and grandchildren at sports as they grew up and enjoyed making lifelong friendships with other Marines and their families.

She was kind-hearted, rescuing countless animals over the years in addition to caring deeply for the elderly, children, and people less fortunate.

He was a passionate cyclist who was enjoying a morning bike ride when he was killed by a hit-and-run driver.

His passions included photography, playing the trumpet, collecting guns, investing in real estate, and cheering on the Dallas Cowboys.

His life’s love was his daughter, Emma Noelle (Noey), who inherited her father’s love of reading as well as his inquisitive mind.

He was a proud, devoted father who often said that Noey made him a better person and was the best thing that ever happened to him.

Over the next two decades she would move up the military ranks to become a senior noncommissioned officer while also attending classes to earn her B.B.A.

Her favorite hobbies included fishing, painting, sewing, crochet, softball, board games, ceramics, diving, boating, and planting flowers.

He went on to be a highly decorated combat officer and was commissioned as a second lieutenant in 2004 as a medical service officer.

He was a lawyer, development worker, and trained theologian who ran for president of his native Malawi as an independent candidate in 2009 and as a representative of the National Salvation Front (NASAF) in 2014.

He started as the website editor before becoming vice president for communications, special events coordinator, and then an executive vice president.

In 2008 she and her family opened Restore Education, an educational nonprofit dedicated to reaching at-risk youth in San Antonio.

She enjoyed volunteering, hiking, attending local concerts, and traveling with her kids, Kelli, Kerri, and Peter, who all earned degrees at UTSA.

She served multiple roles for the church, from leading the worship team and prayer team to coordinating events and pastoral care.

He was also an avid sports fan who loved UTSA athletics and the San Antonio Spurs in addition to watching his nieces and nephews plays soccer and tennis.

After earning her degree at UTSA she would go on to become the health equity director for the American Heart Association in Austin, where she received numerous awards, including one from the Austin Chamber of Commerce.

He served several years in the U.S. Air Force as a pilot in command of the B-36 bomber and later worked as a civil servant for 31 years.

At age 72 he decided to go back to college and was determined to graduate before 80, which he did, at age 79.

He then moved on to Mitsubishi Power Systems, where his primary assignment was serving as a maintenance engineer for power plant gas turbines.

He enjoyed traveling and had the opportunity to visit parts of Europe, India, Latin America, Canada, and the U.S. He also enjoyed reading, listening to a wide variety of music, and playing and watching sports.

As the IEEE Central Texas Chapter student liaison, Seaman influenced more than 5,000 young and future engineers in the area's K-12 schools and major universities.

After graduation she worked in Westminster, Colorado, as a facilitator for Shiloh House, an organization that offers nurturing, therapeutic, and educational services to at-risk youth.

As a young girl, she loved horses, taking riding lessons whenever her parents would drive her to the stables.

After earning her bachelor’s degree she completed many graduate science and math courses at UTSA while shadowing doctors in the anesthesiology department of the UT Health Science Center.

A San Antonio native with a special interest in probate law, he went on to graduate from law school at the University of Missouri-Kansas City in 2016.

Koenig had a successful career in aviation sales that allowed him to take off on a three-year adventure in England working for Rolls-Royce Engines.

His calling for philanthropic causes kept him busy, and Koenig always said he was too busy to play golf.

he returned to Houston to serve as the operations manager for Advanced Environmental Air Technology, his family’s heating and air conditioning company.

He was dedicated to his career at Oracle, but his true passion was spending time with his children—whether it was at amusement parks, the lake, the coast, or the Rocky Mountains.

He took great pleasure in photography and videography from a young age, and he would go on to build a profession as a photographer, YouTuber, and web comic creator.

He dabbled in many forms of art, including sketching and painting, and he also played the violin and the guitar.

Three months after his younger brother, Hunt Freeman, died as the result of a heroin overdose, he succumbed to the very same drug.

His parents urge others to openly discuss drugs, alcohol, and choices with their loved ones in an effort to lessen the intolerable pain that addiction wreaks.

in real estate finance and development, died December 11, 2018, at age 33.

He started as an intern before becoming a team analyst, teaching many of the new agents and employees the basic fundamentals of analysis and valuation.

He loved animals, beach trips, building projects, Disney movies, and football, among his many interests.

was an example of action research designed to improve the quality of education for language minority students, especially in the area of literacy.

She taught dance and tumbling for several decades, starting when she was 14 years old, at Ruth Ellis Dance Studio and continuing for 20 years with Hermann Sons.

In 2007 she received an alternative certification for teaching and began teaching at Somerset ISD, teaching sixth grade math at Savannah Heights Intermediate School.

He spent countless hours with his daughter building forts, drawing pictures, coloring, watching movies, reading stories, going on walks, and sharing silly moments.

After graduating from UTSA he worked as a field service engineer repairing large electron microscopes, a job that allowed him to travel across America and to other countries, like Denmark and the Netherlands.

He was a scientist, mathematician, and philosopher who enjoyed craft beer, coffee, and the smoothest of jazz.

Upon the completion of his master’s degree he was awarded a scholarship at the SRISA School of Art in Florence, Italy, where he lived for six months and studied various art forms.

School of Law

Osgoode Hall Law Journal, 50(3),

(2013) Societal constitutionalism, social movements and constitutionalism from below.

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 20(2),

(2013) Die Volksabstimmung zur schottischen Unabhängigkeit und das europäische Privatrecht.

Zeitschrift für Gemeinschaftsprivatrecht, 10(3),

ISBN 9780748684175

ISBN 9780199677344

Law and Critique, 24(3),

European Journal of Legal Studies, 5(2),

(2013) Erga omnes, jus cogens and their impact on the law of state responsibility.

ISBN 9781849463287

Journal of Law and Jurisprudence, 2(1),

ISBN 9781908373953

(2013) Brussels I bis: the Brussels I regulation recast – closure for the foreseeable future.

Edinburgh Law Review, 17,

ISBN 9781107022782

(2013) Getting mixed up in crime : doctors, disease transmission, confidentiality, and the criminal process.

ISBN 9781107021532

(2013) Opting out of EU police and criminal justice measures: the United Kingdom’s 2014 decision.

New Journal of European Criminal Law, 4(3),

Edinburgh Law Review, 17(1),

Edinburgh Law Review, 17(3),

Criminal Law Review, 2013,

Series: Edinburgh/Glasgow law and society series.

ISBN 9781409449027

Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 20(2),

ISBN 9781849463539

Jurisprudence, 4(2),

German Law Journal, 14(10),

Criminal Law [5th ed.].

ISBN 9781137310897

(2013) Immigration in the White Paper: “continuity of effect” and its limits [blog post].

Scottish Constitutional Futures Forum [SCFF blog],

(2013) The human rights question: what sort of Scotland and what sort of constitutional future?

(2013) Cross-border mediation in civil and commercial matters: UK national report.

Series: European family law series, 1.

ISBN 9781780680774

Series: Oxford commentaries on international law.

ISBN 9780199601837

(2013) Article 29 - Ratification, acceptance, approval or accession.

Series: Oxford commentaries on international law.

ISBN 9780199601837

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(2013) Evaluating the impact of parody on the exploitation of copyright works: an empirical study of music video content on YouTube.

Law and Financial Markets Review, 7(5),

Law and Financial Markets Review, 7(6),

University of Toronto Law Journal, 63(2),

(2013) Child support law in 2013: where are we going now?

Scots Law Times, 2013(29),

(2013) Follow-on actions in the UK: litigating section 47A of the competition act 1998.

European Competition Journal, 9(1),

(2013) Merger control in China: four and a half years of practice and enforcement: a critical analysis.

World Competition, 36(2),

ISBN 9780199291687

European Journal of International Law, 24(2),

Israel Yearbook on Human Rights, 43,

(2013) Cyber warfare: implications for non-international armed conflicts.

International Law Studies, 89,

(2013) Der Menschenrechtsrat der Vereinten Nationen : eine Standortbestimmung nach Abschluss des 'Review'-Prozesses.

Der Staat im Recht : Festschrift für Eckart Klein zum 70.

ISBN 9783428137381

European Journal of International Law, 24(2),

European Journal of International Law, 24(2),

(2013) Predictive medicine: the case of feedback from genetic databases.

ISBN 9781906507404

German Law Journal, 14(8),

Jurisprudence, 4(1),

(2013) Profiles of discrimination: a critical argument against racial profiling.

Sortuz, 5(1),

Politica e Societe, 2013(3),

German Law Journal, 14(12),

German Law Journal, 14(12),

(2013) EU competition law and research and development agreements.

ISBN 9781781001615

(2013) For those playing along at home: four perspectives on shared intellectual property in television production.

In: European Media Management Association Annual Conference, Bournemouth, UK, 13-15 Jun 2013,

ISBN 9780414018464

ISBN 9781405747202

(2013) Building bridges: future directions for medical error.

Patient Education and Counseling, 92(3),

(2013) The autonomous interpretation method in international law: with particular reference to the proposed European Sales Law - part 1.

Amicus Curiae, 93,

(2013) The autonomous interpretation method in international law: with particular reference to the proposed European Sales Law - part 2.

Amicus Curiae, 94,

ISBN 9781781004869

WIPO Journal, 5(1),

ISBN 9782802738466

Industrial Law Journal, 42(4),

(2013) Participation in crime under Scots law: the doctrine of art and part.

Series: Substantive issues in criminal law.

ISBN 9781409453451

Series: Lus gentium: comparative prespectives on law and justic (20).

ISBN 9789400753471

(2013) The development of the law of the sea by the international court of justice.

ISBN 9780199653218

Series: Routledge explorations in economic history.

ISBN 9780415687300

(2013) Unworthiness to inherit, public policy, forfeiture: the Scottish story.

Tulane Law Review, 87(4),

A study of legally binding separation agreements and private ordering in Scotland : final report.

Employment Law Bulletin, 117,

(2013) Not for designers: on the inadequacies of EU design law and how to fix it.

Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and E-Commerce Law, 4(3),

In: van den Berg, B., van der Hof, S.

(2013) The roles of material transfer agreements in genetics databases and bio-banks.

ISBN 9783642331152


Ohio State Law Journal, 74(6),

Edinburgh Law Review, 17(2),

(2013) Property as a human right: another casualty of the 'war on terror'?

ISBN 9781849463218

ISBN 9781845861285

ISBN 9781904968658

Series: Biomedical law and ethics library.

ISBN 9780415686440

(2013) The procedure of agreed narratives: Procedural efficiency or a concern for justice?

Juridical Review, 141,

ISBN 9789282343906


(2013) Agree to disagree: local jurisdiction in the lex irnitana.

ISBN 9780199677344

Roman Legal Tradition, 9,

ISBN 9789400745094

(2013) The right to strike: a cold war story.

International Union Rights, 20(2),

(2013) It wasn't all white light before Prism: law enforcement practices in gathering data abroad, and proposals for further transnational access at the Council of Europe.

Computer Law and Security Review, 29(5),

Series: Oxford commentaries on international law.

ISBN 9780199601837

Series: Oxford commentaries on international law.

ISBN 9780199601837

missing part of the law of the sea convention: addressing issues of state jurisdiction over persons at sea.

International Journal of Marine and Coastal Law, 28(4),

American Journal of International Law, 107(2),

(2013) International judges and the protection of human rights at sea.

ISBN 9789067048934


ISBN 9789462360815

Politica e Società, 2013(3),

London Review of International Law, 1(1),

ISBN 9780199686957


(2013) Breve Estudo Acerca do Princípio da Exaustão e dos Direitos Residuais sobre a Marca = [Brief Study on the Exhaustion Doctrine and Residual Trade Mark Rights].

Revista da Associação Brasileira da Propriedade Intelectual, 122,

Paper presented at Instituto dos Advogados Brasileiros, Jan 2013.

(2013) When consent is not enough: gangs, public policy and criminal law in Germany.

Journal of Criminal Law, 77(4),

(2013) Symposium on legal domains and comparative law: legal domains quadrangular wheels?

Edinburgh Law Review, 17(3),

Marquette Intellectual Property Law Review, 17(2),

Series: ATRIP intellectual property series.

ISBN 9781782549970

International Review of Intellectual Property and Competition Law, 44(4),

(2013) Europäisierung des schweizerischen Asylrechts – Chancen und Gefahren für Individual-rechtsschutz und Rechtssicherheit.

Series: Analysen und Perspektiven von Assistierenden des RWI (APARIUZ) (15).

ISBN 9783037515877

Direkte Demokratie: Herausforderungen zwischen Politik und Recht – Festschrift für Andreas Auer.

ISBN 9783727229664

(2013) The doctrine of sources in the discourse of the permanent court of international justice.

Series: Queen Mary studies in international law (13).

ISBN 9789004244931

Journal of Legal History, 34(3),

Edinburgh Law Review, 17(3),

Scots Law Times, 4,

ISBN 9780199679409

German Law Journal, 14,

(2013) ESMA et agences de conseil en vote: un rapprochement délicat à la recherche d’une transparence volontaire = [ESMA and proxy advisory firms: a delicate approach in the search of a voluntary transparency].

Bulletin Joly Bourse, 2013(4),

7th International Finance Conference: Current Issues in International Financial Markets: Assessments and Modeling, Paris, France, 7-9 Mar 2013.

(2013) EU corporate governance: a new supervisory mechanism for the ʻcomply or explainʼ principle?

European Company and Financial Law Review, 10(3),

25th SASE Annual Conference: States in Crisis, Milan, Italy, 27-29 Jun 2013.

La transparence des sociétés cotées en droit européen.

Series: Bibliothèque de l'Institut de recherche juridique de la Sorbonne-André Tunc, 41.

ISBN 9782919211166

(2013) Le Stewardship code: lumière d’Outre-Manche sur les investisseurs institutionnels = [The stewardship code: light across the channel on institutional investors].

Bulletin Joly Bourse, 2013(1),

Current Challenges in Corporate Governance: Between Regulatory Compliance and Shareholder Activism, Luton, UK, 20 Jun 2013.

(2013) The UK stewardship code: bridging the gap between companies and institutional investors.

Revue Juridique Themis, 47(1),

(2013) When legal worlds collide: an exploration of what happens when EU free movement law meets UK immigration law.

ISBN 9780957517608

In: The Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society, Berlin, Germany, 5-6 Dec 2013,

(2013) The international law implications for an independent Scotland: Findings of an expert legal opinion requested by the UK Government.

Edinburgh Law Review, 17(2),

ISBN 9780199653218

Banking and Finance Law Review, 28(2),

(2013) The circulation of indirectly held securities under English law: operational changes and law reform.

Contratto e Impresa Europa,

ISBN 9780769870229

(2013) Tradition and change: the past and future of Athors' moral rights.

ISBN 9780857934369

(2013) Tradition and change: the past and future of authors’ moral rights.

ISBN 9780857934369

ISBN 9781107025387

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Series: Queen Mary studies in international law (13).

ISBN 9789004244931

ISBN 9781849463287

ISBN 9783832957582

(2013) Effizienz und Expertise als Paradigma der Streitbeilegung im Rahmen der WTO – das Beispiel des projektierten NTB-Resolution Mechanism.

Aktuelle Entwicklungen des Rechtsschutzes und der Streitbeilegung im Außenwirtschaftsrecht.

ISBN 9783800515745

(2013) Kohärenz und Autonomie – Die Unionsgrundrechte nach dem Beitritt der EU zur EMRK.

ISBN 9783848706204

ISBN 9783642342547

ISBN 9783161526091

(2013) Market power in online search and social-networking: a matter of two-sided markets.

Series: Hart studies in comparative public law (2).

ISBN 9781849464093

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ISBN 9781107021389

(2013) The countermeasure of disobedience: implementing the responsibility of international organisations.

ISBN 9789004256071

(2013) The permanent court of international justice and the 'international community'.

Series: Queen Mary studies in international law (13).

ISBN 9789004244931

(2013) Introduction: domestic courts as agents of development of international law.

(2013) Vertical sovereignty, horizontal constitutionalism, subterranean capitalism: a case of competing retroactivities.

(2013) Enclosure, economic discourse and ambush marketing in the 2012 London Olympic games.

In: Annual Conference of the European Association for Sport Management, Istanbul, Turkey, 11-15 Sep 2013,

ISBN 9783406550560

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ISBN 9783725568321

The Informal Economy and Decent Work: A Policy Resource Guide, supporting transitions to formality.

ISBN 9789221269625