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9 Bull. New Haven Cnty. B. Ass'n 1 (1932)

handle is hein.barjournals/bullehaca0010 and id is 1 raw text is: May 1932 Bulletin of the
NEW HAVEN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION
BULLETIN NUMBER 9                              NEW   HAVEN, CONNECTICUT
Committee on Publications: MANUEL S. SACHS, Chairman
MARY E. MANCHESTER, THOMAS R. ROBINSON
Contents
PAGE
MISCELLANEOUS JOTTINGS           -    -                          1
MEMORIAL MEETINGS OF THE ASSOCIATION                             3
Memorial Meeting for JOHN PAYNE STUDLEY and Rocco IERARDI    3
Memorial Meeting for STEPHEN WHITNEY                         8
Memorial Meeting for CHARLES J. MARTIN                       9
Memorial Meeting for SAMUEL C. MOREHOUSE                    11
Memorial Meeting for WALTER J. WALSH            -        - 13
GROWTH OF BUSINESS OF SUPERIOR COURT AT NEW HAVEN-
G. HERBERT BISHOP                   -                 -       16
COMMUNICATION CONCERNING CUMULATIVE SUPPLEMENT-
CHARLES M. LYMAN          -    -                      -       17
THE NEW BANKRUPTCY BILL-HAROLD C. V. EAGAN              -       18
REACTIONS OF A NEOPHYTE-A. FRED MIGNONE        -                21
CO-OPERATION BETWEEN THE STATE AND LOCAL BAR ASSOCIATIONS-
WARREN F. CRESSY          -                                - 23
THE AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE'S RESTATEMENT OF CONTRACT LAW AND
PROFESSOR ARTHUR L. CORBIN'S ANNOTATIONs-HARRISON HEWITT      26
CRIMINAL TRIALS IN REPUBLICAN ROME-THOMAS R. ROBINSON, D.C.L. 29
SINCE Baurer v. Devenis-THIRD PARTY BENEFICIARIES IN
CONNECTICUT-MANUEL S. SACHS             -    -        -       32
Miscellaneous _ottings
At its recent meeting, the State Bar Asso- Superior Court that they adopt the following
ciation took favorable action on a report of rules of Court:
the Special Committee on Unauthorized     1. An attorney who is substantially in
Practice of Law which recommended that the  the sole employ upon a salary, wage or
Association propose to the Judges of the  commission basis of any private corpora-

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