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Donald K. Hill
Donald K. Hill, Comment, Social Separation in America: Thurgood
Marshall and the Texas Connections, 28 T. Marshall L. Rev. 177
Donald K. Hill, Myth, Law and Linguistic Thought, 1 Wis.
Multi-Cultural L.J. 9 (1991).
Donald K. Hill, Linguistic Thought and Behavior: Sociolinguistic
Considerations in Multicultural Legal Education, 16 T. Marshall L.
Rev. 571 (1990).
Donald K. Hill, Law School, Legal Education, and the Black Law
Student, 12 T. Marshall L. Rev. 457 (1986).
Donald K. Hill, Regulating the Termination of a Proposed Nuclear
Power Plant in Texas: The Aliens Creek Experience, 15 St. Mary's
L.J. 299 (1983).
Donald K. Hill, Local Regulation of Public Utilities: PURA
Revisited, 9 T. Marshall L. Rev. 17 (1983).
Donald K. Hill, Transfer of Technology from the United States to
Nigeria: A Balancing of Legal Interests, 6 Tex. S.U.L. Rev. 380
Donald K. Hill, Communications, Public Interest, and Community
Participation: Theories and Strategies for Citizen Intervention in
the Broadcast Media, 1 Tex. S. Intramural L. Rev. 77 (1970).
Otis H. King & Donald K. Hill, Status of the
African-American in the Judicial Process in Houston 1991: Where we
are 181 -202 (Parragon Publishing Co. 1991).
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