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10 Fla. B. News 1 (1983)

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  hSn                        .           -.rtIrd da    it- y   underhe    B ,   .Ci     e  wi b     a     t     8. Full-time faculty members in the
     neW B srhssta          -sfrT e I -Id ng i  ;o l ht Adde  u         prepareappropriateapplictionformsfor  employment of law schools in Florida
                                                           f              law faculty to usein asking for the new  approved by the American Bar
            tie uclt~nssas l%.etilomet         ayfera1b, hboadoi oen      status.                             Association, Who are admitted to practice
4f Fklda lars                     ousyaw hall I eude oerevTheFloridla                 !Hark.es  aid the afilat eltinsi  and are in good standing before acourt of
facIa'       ev        -~*'          Baa   wlais4Neat   otherrlvlleges  will provide icosrlaison with'law   any state, may become law     faculty
    &rvurJ W                M   =d1 fetlIs the adbnft steBadila uhde      col  o    .I.4oVeipiticiPatiOn bf-law, affiliates- of The Florida Bar. Law Taculty
                      a~he ne-          EecutveDiiector'Johss:F. *Hardeass,  faculty n comrnta and prgrmsof the  affiliates ma1Y particip:at  in such activities
   f Kled                           r..- said'the Bord                              I     I  _ CianOrs will B  -  o The Florida-Bar as may be specified in
t            a         acviesof The   prestablishthe fees during its         T    I     t    Rule and-Bylaws    the.Bylaws, but shall not be entitled to
                                                      b' 'tere                          bi                  eng ii the practice o law, appear as
                                               taoj~I srf,                      A11,I~   fi'~'  ion lRuls. i  attornls before the couirts of the state, or
                                                                                           t f t    -llowing  hold-themselves out as possessing such
                            selvs qt a                        ~lDat~ve.11i  a l~'ed   nw                       etitlements.
                                             5>~         a~                                              -      Ajrt*iclI of the Bylaws under the
                                                                                                              Integration, Rule is amended by the
                                                                                                              addition-of the    g folowing new section:
                                                          -.        -           :-..... -.             ....:   6.,Law Faculty Affiliates. Every law
                                                                                                              faculty affiliate of The Florida Bar under
                                                                                                           a the provisions of article 11, section 8 of the'
                                                                                                              Integration Rule shall pay fees asset by the
                                                                                                              Board.of-Goverors, shall be entitled to
                                                                                                              reerdThe Florida Bar Journal and The
                                                                                                              Florida-BarNews, and shall have such
                     '|                                                                                      .:other:pfivileges and benefits of members
                                                                                                             of The Florida Bar as the Board of
                                                         . ,Governors shall authorize. The executive
                                                             .....- --                                        directo. shall issue to law faculty.affiliates
 .                                                                                                           esuch special identification card as may be
                                                                                                             authdfizd by the Board of Governors.


DCA J dg Skawan

   Firs District Courti of Appeal -iiidg
 LeanderJ. Shiw Jr.'vi m i na segt on
 the, F'rdsrupremie   rtains10
    beoing the secimndblack mnanlithistory   if jte'
 t- sei ve:& 6                    i-      - -nt:pl Aceiyslfasa
        De uishei7  y -Gve , Bob   Cib-a..,  : -:.- .,-. .
  & d l c a lis  ,   c.- .~-  n m e  i ,, vaua c o n-

              who  raisd jidge  - -,r. a    n ig  else..'

            - 0                           - ~            ~~ -J nt -cross .tn~r
            mld _:l?~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~.. ......; . ..    . . ..., .. . .



 'espcal   dlffflclt t- a  1esfi
 eie ae~sefte~glen
        hot dout aSdh a...Jr
 undexstimd w-acii of lbe'. threepeojsle   -
 considered.'f~htn  eos  I lion..
 cludmied thatthcourtclhbssrsd Sl~'h  cited ianil esos -
 by the judgusei eiain chsinn o-dlnte6,0-eryajbinw -
 and intelligence of Judge Shaw, Graham  in prlvai pslc inTlo ale.-
 concld~ed                              Judg wsvisiting frends tPli.-.
   Fourth DCA Ceficii, L~       theIi  detLfe nobr-
 and TIhird DCjc  ge   - dRMelnfilafnllwiqte dahohs6le
       -- d..                     ,       .   - Sb,6                     .  _  -_


 were also nominated Odtbiir21 by the-------pptin-ws anid.
 StprefieCourtJoudgcialN.oailngdom-  heip urnedtAn -his -Tallahassee. office  :
 mission to fill the  the ' ece :   ub   ethe  said ,6 bacr
                    toe~l it-u ins
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I Bar members
pol, reported I
kowbefdrethL-l


nlnqqestfinnonl dCoa


reme.Court

       Asked- if he considered himself a
     judicial moderate, as he was called by
     nevspapers throughout the state 'Judge
     Shawsid, rn aways leeryofc,..sgoies
     as mcl-'A person would have to iead my
     opinions and draw his own conclusions. I
        Iospice-iysl as: a  moderate, an
           iconservative - or anything else.
           7 - -d         mind
           A ~ ~~~ fFaiVnid. ugeShaw
              er~iiinwepHis
           >l    er ago,.was a high school
     prin     whO-er-becaie den -of the
     gda       icho6 lat Florida A&M

       Judge Shawi graduated from  West
     VirgL. State University in 1952, and
     received his law degree five years later
re   from Howard University in Washington,
e,   D.C.

re     After teaching at the old FAMU law
ic. school. and practicing in the Jacksonville
     firm of Harrison, Finegold & Shaw, the
,v   new justice was appointed to the Florida
V.   Industrial Relations Commission in 1974.
1-   - When the IRC was abolished in 1979
i    Govenr.Gralun appointed Judge Shaw
     to the First DCA.

'ipetition


I argm m Feb. 10
tinthwe case (no. 62,889) are scheduled for9 a.m.
reme ourtClerkSidJ. White said comments on
Nappearedin abbreviatedform in the December
a) Wil be aceptedbythecourtutilJanuary,2.
    o onimestmayvrite White  at the. Florida
ralah       os  -:: -        -   -      :
the Neuirwjni-t press, thecourt bd receive'd
pgvlewiepetitlmLoeputyalerkBhuara-
lettes , -no.i divided into pro and con
.oulnosw   hetfhertheinaioritysupportedor
sptofbian    -P'rbono.-Welewvethatupto


ru te-court to detersne,


   gFlorl~idym toyea provide ove the nea two yeaswtyeasrs
                                   neth two yems a .the 25 .n  d
    hourio f ore c le qf.'rto donator 6O to The Florida Bar f- the iN;es   n
            Founatio tof nde  Istisancprojects, or to particpat i
    - .....rlma'sntsret.n tustaccointsprognmL Mon ge e-as by  . Percent si -.
    e ,.TA proa-  priMayto p fEun legl   sitance
    prog..r-a e   -m : -  .                - -   ..        -. tog t -s
      .F l threeMiamiareaattoneysNove r ' ,.eof  n ugh t f.u
                   -      seeks to add'di very o   the petition, no statistics
           57 'to                             te etLegal         t  results. As one sur
Serv.iccaS tothe  oorace to0Te ForidaBr ntegraton  ule.  •
    The..  rtli;le.woulk take effect July  o ti   yer and remin
                    .'       -      -B-         ESrCOPY AVAILABLE


dn   o thequestion, Could yousupport
  mypro bonn petition as set forth in [the
e? 88.7 percent responded -no.- while



aggestalargemaorit if the Baropposes
   valid conclusions ,an be drawn from
•ey research professional put it, [The
             (Please see Poll, page 4)

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