Texas Bar Journal
Two years ago, this column featured the rediscovery of a full year's worth of decisions issued by the Supreme Court of the Republic of Texas that had never been printed. Paulsen & Hambleton, Whatever Happened to 7845? The Missing Decisions of the Texas Supreme Court, 48 Tex. B.J. 830 (1985). Those decisions now have been collected and will appear in the December 1986 issue of the Texas Law Review (The Missing Cases of the Republic, 65 Texas L. Rev. 377 (1986)). Although none of the missing cases are likely to have any direct bearing on the outcome of the Texaco-Pennzoil appeal or any other great legal issue of our day, the opinions nevertheless should be of considerable interest to attorneys, law librarians, and historians.
State Bar of Texas
James Hambleton & David A. Greenblatt,
Better Late than Never: Publication of the Decisions from the 1845 Term of the Republic of Texas Supreme Court,
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