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3 New Haven Cnty. B. Ass'n 1 (1927)

handle is hein.barjournals/bullehaca0004 and id is 1 raw text is: NEW HAVEN COUNTY
BAR ASSOCIATION
BULLXTIN NUMBER 3.                             JANUARY, 1927.
At the annual meeting the officers of the association were all re-elected
and shortly thereafter the standing committees were re-appointed so that
the officers of the association and its standing committees continue as set
forth in BULLETIN NUMBER 1, issued last March.
The large attendance present at the special meeting of November 19,
1926, will recall the enthusiasm and eagerness with which a vote was
adopted authorizing the appointment of a special committee to suggest to
the Governor the qualifications of Judge Booth of our Court of Common
Pleas for appointment to the Superior Court Bench. The action of the
association was a deserved tribute to Judge Booth and indeed to the
association itself. The committee thus authorized was duly appointed and
has been carrying out the mandate of the association.
At the meeting of November 19, 1926, the attention of the association
was directed to the movement calling for a revision of .our laws relative
to illegitimacy and the association directed the President to appoint a
committee of five to give consideration to that subject and report. The
Chair appointed as such committee:
Milton C. Isbell, of Ansonia
Omar W. Platt, of Milford
Frederick L. Perry, Frances L. Roth, and Kenneth Wynne, all of
New Haven.
Again at the meeting of November 19, 1926, appropriate action was
taken urging proper increase in the salaries of the judges of our courts
and that entire matter, upon motion of Mr. Averill, was referred to the
styjading Committee on Legislation and Practice with direction that the
committee consider the proposition of increasing the salaries of the judges
and take action looking to the accomplishment of such increase. That
standing committee is composed of the following:
Omar W. Platt, of Milford
David E. FitzGerald, of New Haven
Robert L. Munger, of Ansonia
Clayton L. Klein, of Waterbury, and
Ernest L. Averill, of Branford.

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