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3 Bull. 1 (1962-1963)

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Monthkly Publicafton Of The B ar As so ciatinO  Ei  ounty

VOL. 3 NO. 1I

Bar Associaton
Moves Ofces
No longer will the academic
tranquilrty of the Law School of
the University of Buffalo be shat-
rered by the more mundane opera-
tions of the Bar Association of
Erie County. No longer will the
students and their professors be
subjected to the icy stares of irate
complainants or the bewildered
glances of person s seeking legal
help and assistance. No longer will
thc full moon bring such an inter
estirng flow of some amazing, and
often tragic persons for the Bar ha
found itself a new homne.
206 Ellicott Square Building will
row house the Bar Associarion of
Lrie County. All cotmplainits and
compliments, inquiries and com-
ients are to be directed there.
A large air conditioned office
with writing table and gate houses
the two secretaries, files and office
equipment.
An office is provided for the
Executive Secretary, and two meet-
ing rooms for committee and Board
meetings are also available.
The entrance to the Association's
offices is through room 206.
The entrance to the Board meet-
ing room is from the mezzanine.
Other committee meeting rooms
my be made available upon re-
quest to the genial manager of the
Lllicott Square, Daniel F. Hannon,
Jr They include the Ellieott Club
Room, the Hearing Rooms of the
Motor Vehicle Bureau (furnished
por agrecmenit with Nick Ra-
dick >and rooms in Republican
Headquarters (furnished u po n
agreerment with Bob (Grimm).
A formal openimng is planned for
October anid more will be written
:bu he n ew offices at ebat time.

BUFFALO 3, NEW YORK                                    SEPTEMBER, 1962
National Chairman          Committee on Continuing Lega
Cucation Plans Ambit ous Program
~                       Under the chairmanship of William H. Hepp, the Committee
mIionmnuing Legal Education has taken several giant steps torw ard
taid the practicing attorney in catcl irg up with the important changes
cth uebr have or are about to rake place in the law.

STANLEY G. FAL.K

Bar Examiners

Honor Falk

Stanley G. Falk, well known
member of the Bar Association of
Erie County, was elected to th e
position of Chairman of the Na-
tional Conference of Bar Examiners
at thecir recent annual convention
held in conjunction with the
American Bar Association Conven-
tion in San Francisco, California on
August 8 1962
Mr. Falk, lorg active in Bar ac-
tivities, achieved this singular hon-
or after many years of work with
the conference.
He is also a rmemnber of the New
York State Board of Law Lxam-
iners where e has made significant
contributions to the vwork of that
organization. Mr. Falk is the senior
parner of the 1aw firm of Falk,
Tweees, Johnston and Siermer.
Coming Events
October
)-Investrnent Forum - Hotel
StaIlerHihr      Sp.m.

As a resul of mecetings which
te committee has aready held,
planis are be ing mrade for intensive
treatment of the new facets of
the  1awv  Tentativ  plans made
jointly with the committee on
meetings (Abram Pugash, Chair-
man, and the chairmer of the
variou etommittees involved, call
for a series of classes commencing
in October and terminating in
Apri w i appropriate time out
for the (hristm as holidays.
Some of these lectures will run
asaseries of Wednesday afternoon
No)onday lectures, others will run
as a series of Saturday morning
lectures unless oher times are
found to be miore convenient to
the m embers of the Bar.
The present plan is to begin
with 4 Fours if lectures on The
Fanmily Court as it is presented to
us today, then 3 to 4 hours of
lectures on Developments in the
Tax Law, then 4 hours of lectures
on t Corporation Law. 20 hours
of lectures on the new Civil Prac-
tice Law and Rules and finally
four hours of lectures on Devekop-
ments in thre Famnily Court and its
Rules Sine its Inception.
The lecturers in Pamily Court
matters wil be Judge Raymond R.
Niemer, Elloeen D. Oughterson
and Maurice Frey. The lecturers on
the Ta La tw will he supphl by
the Comrmittee on Taxation, (Rob-
ert O. Swados, Chrairman), the
lectures on the New Corporation
Law will be given by Robert S.
L esh er ard Robert B. Fleming.

Justrce Michael Catalano wil give
the lectures on the new Civil Pra c
tice Law and Rules.
Although all of the lcturers
have donated their services, a
charge may be made for certain
lectures to cover costs of mailing,
auditorium rent and materials dis-
tributed to the lawyers attending
the lectures.
There will, of course, be other
informative and important leerures
given at the Noonday Lecture
Series,
However, although the uniform
commercial code has been passed,
since the law does not go into
effect until 1964, it was tlought
that this rnatter could be deferred
for this year.
All in all, this prograrm has he
earmarkings of one of the most ac-
tive and important programs in the
history of the Bar and should be
well received and supported by all
the members.
This paper will report more on
each lecture as the year progresses.
Your suggestions and comments
addressed to this paper, wil be
welcomed by Mr. Hepp and his
committee.

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