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TEXAS COURT RULES.
b. Revised Statutes, Title 81, "Laws."
c. Final Title, "General Provisions."
b. Revised Statutes, Title 70, "Injuries Resulting in
c. Revised Statutes, Title 115, Chapter 14, "Railroads;"
d. Workmen's Compensation Act (Act of 1913 as amended
by the Act of 1917, Chapter 103, General Laws of
a. Schouler or Underhill;
b. Revised Statutes, Title 135, "Wills."
In pursuing the course of study the applicant will not be required
to read any particular book. An equivalent of the book suggested
will be sufficient.
The works named in the course are standard authorities and their
use is recommended.
The references to the statutes are those in the Revision of 1911,
with such amendments of a few of the titles as have since been
MANNER OF EXAMINATIONS AND REQUIRED GRADES.
The examinations shall be conducted in writing upon questions and
answers, and the answers shall be graded. To successfully pass the
examination the applicant shall make a grade of at least seventy-five
(75) per cent. upon each of the papers of the examination. If at any
entire examination he makes passing grades upon at least threefourths
of the papers, he may be re-examined once upon the subjects
Applicants who served as long as six months in the army or navy
of the United States in the late war with Germany, and at the time
of entering such service were undergraduate students in the Law
School of the University of Texas or the law school of any of the
universities named in Rule VI and who, at that time, had, according
to the requirements of such law school, successfully completed their
courses in any of the subjects prescribed in Rule III, upon furnishing
a certificate to that effect from the head of such law school, shall
be credited in the examination with a passing grade in those subjects.
FEES FOR THE EXAMINATION AND THEIR DISPOSITION.
Each applicant before entering upon the examination shall pay to
the Clerk of the Supreme Court a fee of Twenty ($20.00) Dollars.
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Moffett, James William. Gammel's Rules of the Courts of Texas, book, 1922; Austin, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth5836/m1/66/: accessed October 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; .