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1966 Newsl. 1 (1966)

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NEWSLETTER                      FROM THE OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR



                               Number 66-1               February 15, 1966

   1965 Annual Meeting

          Registration at the Annual Meeting for 1965 was something over
   1400, which is double the highest number that ever registered before
   the 1964 meeting. This great increase in attendance may attest to a
   feeling of greater importance for the annual meeting. It also brings
   organizational problems. Action will be taken, however, before the
   next annual meeting, to expedite the process of checking in and check-
   ing out, and to make better arrangements for the faculty recruiting
   activities. Constructive suggestions for improving procedures and
   activities at the meeting will be welcomed.

   1966 AALS Executive Committee

          As a result of the elections at the annual meeting on December
   30, 1965, the AALS Executive Committee for 1966 will consist of the
   following:

          Myres S. McDougal, Yale Law School, President
          Wex S. Malone, Louisiana State University, President-Elect

   To serve during 1965 and 1966:

          Hardy C. Dillard, University of Virginia
          Joseph T. Sneed, Stanford University

   To serve during 1966 and 1967:

          Clarence C. Ferguson, Jr., Howard University
          John W. Reed, University of Colorado

   New Member: Ohio Northern University

          At the first general session of the Annual Meeting on December 28,
   1965, the School of Law of the Ohio Northern University was elected a
   member of the AALS. Our new colleagues are warmly welcomed.





     MICHAEL H. CARDOZO, EXECUTIE DIRECTOR, 1521 NFw HAMPSHIRE AvE., N. W., WASHINGTON, D. C. 20036


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