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16 Advocate 1 (1973)

handle is hein.barjournals/adisb0016 and id is 1 raw text is: Vol. 16, No. 1          Boise, Idaho           January, 1973
COURT ORDERS REVIEW      OF BAR EXAMINATION

ANDERSON SPEAKS
AT MEMORIAL RITES
Memorial services were held Jan. 9
before the Idaho Supreme Court for 12
Idaho lawyers and judges who died
during the past year. The principal
- 'eaker was U.S. Dist. Judge J. Blaine
Anderson.
In his remarks, Judge Anderson re-
\ferred to the beliefs of lawyers under
w'hom he had worked that honorable
'and sincere members of the legal pro-
'fession were men and women of the
highest integrity and honor among all
citizens-that they sincerely, honestly,
with times of great personal sacrifice,
devoted their lives and intelligence to
the problems of their clients and liti-
gants, and thereby   to all of those
constitutional and personal precepts of
life that have safely guided our destinies
for nearly 200 years.
When I hear the names of our de-
ceased brothers and the resolutions just
spread upon the record, I know that my
confidence in those beliefs has not been
misplaced or misguided, Judge Ander-
son continued. On the contrary, they
have been reaffirmed today.
The chairman of the services was
Peter J. Boyd of Boise. The Idaho State
Bar was represented by John M. Sharp,
President.
Those remembered at the services were
Samuel D. Hays, Boise; Ruel D. Mer-
rill, Pocatello; Thomas A. Madden, Lew-
Iston; Judge Raymond L. Givens, Boise;
Judge William D. Keeton, Boise; Guy
H. Shearer, Twin Falls; Homer E. Mar-
tin, Boise; C. E. Horning, Wallace; Eu-
gene H. Anderson, Boise; Judge Kales
E. Lowe, Burley; Judge Benjamin Rior-
dan, Nampa, and     George  Huebener,
Emmett.

DONALDSON SWORN IN
AS NEW       CHIEF JUSTICE
Charles R. Donaldson, a member of
the Idaho Supreme Court since 1968, was
sworn in Jan. 3 as chief justice of the
Court.
Chief Justice Donaldson replaced Hen-
ry F. McQuade, under the Court's ro-
tation system. He will serve during
1973, and be replaced next January by
Justice Allan G. Shepard.
At the ceremonies, Justices McQuade
and Joseph McFadden, re-elected at the
last election, also were sworn in for an
additional six-year term.
Before assuming the high court bench,
Chief Justice Donaldson was a district
judge and practiced law in Boise.
NEW
IDAHO STATE BAR
P.O. BOX NO. 895
BOISE, IDAHO     83701

The Idaho Supreme Court, although
partially dismissing appeals by unsuc-
cessful applicants for the August Bar
examination, has ordered a review of
examination procedures.
The court appointed three special mas-
ters to conduct the review the pro-
cedures, with Lon Davis, a member of
the Supreme Court staff, acting as sec-
retary.
Masters appointed are Dean Lawrence
Harvey, a member of the Idaho State
Bar and dean of the Willamette Univer-
3ity College of Law; Francis Marshall
of San Francisco, chairman of the Ex-
amination Committee of the State Bar
of California, and John A. Carver, a
member of the Idaho State Bar and pro.
fessor of law at Denver University Col-
lege of Law.
The full text of the order follows:
The petition of the applicant in the
above entitled matter having been filed
and presented to the Court for its con-
sideration and review of the decision of
the Board of Commissioners of the Idaho
State Bar in denying the applicant a
passing grade on the bar examination
given August 28, 29 and 30, 1972 pur-
suant to the rules and order of this
Court; and the Court having reviewed
said petition pursuant to the rules and
law of this Court;
NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY
ORDERED that pursuant to the rules
and law of this Court the petition of the
applicant herein be, and it is hereby, dis-
missed as to all allegations of said peti-
tion except as to the issues hereafter
reserved by the Court for further consid-
nration and determination; and that this
partial dismissal is made on the grounds
and for the reasons that the Court has
determined as a matter of law that all
allegations of the petition herein, except
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