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1982 Newsl. 1 (1982)

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ASSOCIATION OF AMERIA.N LAW SCHOOLS * ONE DUPONT CIRCLE 0 WASHINGTON,D.C. 20036 NO. 82-1 MARCH 1982


                 BYLAW 6-4

  The Executive Committee has on the agenda
of its May meeting a reconsideration of Bylaw
6-4 as it applies to church related or reli-
giously affiliated law schools.

  To assist the Executive Committee in its
renewed effort to resolve this seemingly in-
tractable issue, Dean Kadish solicits the views
and comments of faculty on the appropriate
formulation of the bylaw. An abridged version
of Dean Kadish's address to the House of
Representatives expressing his views on this
issue are included in this newsletter.  Your
comments may be sent either to the national
office or directly to Dean Kadish.





               DEAN SEARCH

   The following schools have announced their
search for deans and have invited suggestions
or applications to be sent to the person listed
in parentheses following the school's name.

   University of Nebraska College of Law
   (Lawrence Berger, Chairman of Search
   Committee, University of Nebraska College
   of Law, Lincoln, Nebraska 68583)

   Temple University School of Law (Richard
   B. Cappalli, Chairman or Jan C. Ting,
   Vice Chairman, Dean Search Committee,
   Temple University School of Law, Philadel-
   phia, Pennsylvania 19096)


DITOR: JANE M. LA BARBERA, ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR


VERNON, JULIN AND GLENDON ELECTED

  At the 1982 A.A.L.S. Annual Meeting, the
House of Representatives unanimously elected
the following persons: David H. Vernon of the
University of Iowa became President-Elect,
Joseph R. Julin of the University of Florida
and Mary Ann Glendon of Boston College were
appointed to three year terms on the Executive
Committee.


                THANK YOU

  The officers and staff of the Association of
American Law Schools wish to offer genuine
thanks to the publishers who made generous
contributions toward the success of the 1982
Annual Meeting.

  Bureau of National Affairs, Inc.
  Printed the Annual Meeting Preliminary
  Program Brochure.

  Michie/Bobbs-Merrill Company, Inc.
  Provided badges, badge holders and the
  Annual Meeting Mini-Program.

  Foundation Press, Inc.
  Printed and distributed the Annual Meeting
  Program.

  Warren, Gorham and Lamont, Inc.
  Provided all registrants with a vinyl
  briefcase.

  West Publishing Company
  Printed and distributed the Annual Meeting
  Program.


EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR: JOHN A. BAUMAN


Printing and Distribution Courtesy of Foundation Press, Inc.

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