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51 Ill. B.J. 1 (1962-1963)

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                      QUARTERLY BULLETIN
                                        PUBLISHED BYV THE



  inst11a t                      t  ate Tffar Asso~jrtation
                 Application to he Entered as Second Class Matter, Under the Act of July 1 894,
                                 Made  at the Post Office at Danville, Illinois,

siR I                                     OCTOBER 1, 1912                                                No.  I


                FOREWORD
t Illinois State Bar Association has been organized over
ive years. Its inemenhrship has increased until the last
shows  184? of the most influential and prominent law.
l the state During the past ten years its list of members
     twfrebled and it has now reached the stage where in
development is more of a necessity than expansion. While
islly welcomes every reputable attorney of the state bar
  ranks, it believes that more energy should be devoted
king the membership feel at home and giving each one
sing to do in solving the problems confronting the pro-

bring  the members of the State Bar Association into
touch  with each other, to keep them inflorned on the
local news of the profession and to proid! a  forum
the views of Any member  may be presente, nte
embers aftending the annual meetings or t
ut to  a. h memrer of the associa
ing this Bulltien It beloii-
on ad  we want cac
itlin iirtig


listen to the report of the Committee on organization of the
Illioois State Bar Association as shown on page 355 of the 1912
Annual Report:
      From  the 1910 and the 1911 reports of the Illitois
    State Bar Association, it was ascertained that the fol-
    lowing counties were not organzed: Mellenry, Kant,
    Stark, Livingston, Mason, Brown, niatt, Shelby Greene
    Clark, Crawford, V\absh. Saline, Johnson,  l'
    Carroll, Bureaus, Putnam, lroiquois, od(
    Chritrian, Calhoun, Foyete, Cla-
    son, Hardin, Myassac, (0w'
      co H SchoylerOM
      Lfnichans.-'<


        fal only Count
   v interested In the
;t the mutter more as


                                       -aemh rs
                                  in sending i..
                          bettrs to justify its ex
                   .t  feature of the association,
            iatin   should not exceed Si0 words
       r< Allan Stephens, Chairman Conimittee on
e    D T ille Illinois.


          ORGANIZATION.


                 Se t at without exceptlin. Several of our
               cellent Bar Associations and some like the Chi
       'r Association a, real leaders in questions confronting
  l    f rofession  To stimulate the present county organizations
and to efftc, permanent organizations in every county in the
state is ne of the main objects in the State Association and it
is hopei that the State Association will soon become a repre-
sentative bod of the combined organizations ratther than mere-
ly an assoc iioino f the  individuals,


  AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF CRIMINAL LAW AND
                    CRIMINOLOGY.
         (By James J. Forstall, of the Chicago Bar)


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