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18 Ariz. B.J. 1 (1982-1983)

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  ARIZO               BA                                                                     Volume  18, No. 1


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                                                                                                  JUNE  1982
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Published by
THE  STATE BAR  OF ARIZONA
234 North Central Ave., Suite 588
Phoenia. Arisena 85004
Telephone 252-4804
OFFICERS
  President
  WILLIAM F. HAUG
  President-Elect
  JOHN J. BOUKA
  First Vice President
  LARRY W. SUCIU
  Second Vice President
  EENNET  J. SHERE
  'treasure-
  GORDON T. ALLEY
BOARD   OF GOVERNORS
District 1
  Frederick A. Fritz Aspey
  District 2
  S. D. Later
  District 3
  Thomes  M. Thsinpean
District 4
  James  K. Kerley
District 5
  Gorden T. Alkey
  Richard L. NeAnally
  Thomas  A. 4iaket
District 6
  Jahn J-1 &4u
  William F. Ha
  Tuin Kwoa
  Robert D. Myers
  Kenneth J. Shrk
  Charles T. Stevas
District 7
  Larry W. Suclu
District 8
  Richard 0. Clelmans
President. Young Lawyers Section
  Dean Christoffel
EXQVFVIO   MENERS
  Alan Matheson. Dean
  College of Law.
  Arizona State University
  Roger C. Henderson, Dean
  College of Law,
  University of Arizona
EDITORIAL BOARD
  John D. Everroad. Chairman
  Judy Drickey-Prohow
  Hon. L. Ray Haire
  Thomas E. Haney
  Elizabeth G. Jucius
  Martha T. Thomas
  Brian L. Tidd
  Neil V. Wake
  John W. Wall
EDITOR
  Nancy R. White
ADVERTISING   SALES
  Paula J. Hassler
PRODUCTION
  Gifford Publications


P
PRESIDENT'S


MESSAGE


                                    NEW STATE BAU
                                    PRESIDENT AND igsz-a5
                                    BOARD OF GOVERNORS
                                    Phoenix attorney William F. Haug takes the
                                    gavel along with seven Board of Governors.



JUDGE'S CORNER
By  Thomas E. Haney
This month: the Hon. Robert W. Pickrell, the Hon. Cheryl Kay Hendrix, the Hon.
David G. Derickson, and the Hon. David L. Roberts.


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STATE OF THE JUDICIARY
By  The   Hon. William A. Holohan
Highlights of the past year.



REPORTING REQUIREMENTS
   FOR   FOREIGN INVESTORS
       IN  THE UNITED STATES
           By  M.   Virginia   Novak
        For the ailorney who represents foreign
                                investors.


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  ARIZONA LOWER COURT
           STUDY COMPLETED
              By  Peter M. Gorski
       Arizona's People's Courts: Proposals for
                            improvements.


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       NEWSLETTER


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   STATE OF ARIZONA, MARICOPA COUNTY
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Arizona. its oficers. Board of Governors, the Editorial Board or staff.
While advertising copy is reviewed, no endorsement of any product or service offered by any advertisement is intended or
implied by publication in the Arizona Bar Journal.
The Arizona Bar Journal is (ISSN 004-1424) published bi-monthly in the months February. April. June. October and
December by the State Bar of Arizona, located at 234 North Central Avenue, Suite 858, Phoenix, Arizona 85004. Second
Class postage paid at Phoenix, Arizona. Subscription price: $11.00 per year. Members $5.00 (included in dues). 83.00 per copy.
Copyright. 1982, by the State Bar of Arizona. All rights reserved. Any copying of material herein. In whole or In part, and by
any means, without written permission, Is prohibited. Requests for such permission or any correspondence for the Bar
Journal should be sent to the Bar Journal. 234 North Central Avenue, Suite 858. Phoenix, Arizona 85004.


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