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7 Transcript 1 (1962)

handle is hein.barjournals/tscb0007 and id is 1 raw text is: A NEW PULCTO OFTH SU1 AOIABR SOITO

BAR BRIEFS
Bar Meeting
The Executive Committee has announced
that the 1962 meeting of the South Carolina
Bar Association will be held at the Fort
Sumter hlotel in Charleston. on Thursday,
Friday and Saturday, May 10, 11 and 12.
Vice-President Pritchar'I has promised the
usual Broad Street hiospitality.
February Transcript
The February issue of TRANSCRIPT will
astain ast article on the proposed Corpora.
tioa Law for South Carolina by Professor
Ernest L. Folk, II, of the Law School and a
summary of the courses to be offered in
the C.ntinuing Legal Education program
this summer.
Library for Sale
Justice Lionel Legge is offering the
following hooks from his law library for
sal :
The S. C. Reprirt (38 volsmes), all in good
condition.
The S. C. Digest (20 volumes).
The S. E. Digest (35 volumes), and the
Cusnulative Supplement thereto, consisting
of 12 volumes.
The S. C. Reports (Volumes I through
237), of which all are in good condition
with the exception of 3 or 4 of the very old
volumes.
Shepard's S. E. Citations, complete to
date.
Shepard's S. C. Citations, complete to
date.
U. S. Supreme Court Reports, Lawyer's
Edition (volumes 1-42nd), all in good con-
dition.
U. S. Supreme Court Digest (Annotated)
(18 volumes) and index to Annotations.
Shepard's U. S. Citations, complete to
date.
S. C. Statutes at Large, volumes 1 through
52.
Interested persons please write him in
Charleston.
Elliott Memorial
Louis P. Howell of Spartanburg, chairman
of the committee of the Young Lawyers
Conference to promote a memorial for the
beloved late Professor W. T. Taley
Elliott, announced that the drive for dona-
tions has been postponed until February.
At that time all members of the Association
will be contacted.

Corporation Law Instifute
Set At USC Law School

USC Moot Court Team
Reaches Quarter Finals
The Moot Court Team of the South Caro-
lina School of Law was eliminated in the
quarterfinals of the 12th annual National
Moot Court Competition in New York City
last month.
Representing USC in the competition
were Colden R. Batey. Jr., of Beaufort,
Donald G. Clark of Columbia, and Dalton
B. Floyd, Jr., of Lake City.
The S. C. team lost a two to one decision
to Nebraskz. which went on to lose to New
York University in the finals. The Court
was highly complimentary to the USC
representative.
Previously, in November, the team won
the region six division, winning over teams
from Duke University, the University of
Richmond and, in final rounds, the runner-
up University of Virginia team. Other
schools competing in the division were
University of West Virginia, Washington
and Lee University, William and Mary,
University of North Carolina, Wake Forest
and North Carolina College of Law.
(Please turn to page 4)

An institute on Corporation Law was
set by the South Carolina Bar Association
at the University of South Carolina Law
School for Wednesday, Janauary 10, 1962,
from 10:00 A. M. to 5:00 P. M. The sub-
ject for discussion was the 0-aft (which
has been completed and is now being
printed) of a new corporation law which a
joint committee, headed by Senator Henry
B. Richardson of Sumter, plans to introduce
at the 1962 session of the General Assembly.
Marshall Mays of Greenwood and Leo Hill
of Greenville were active in organizing the
institute and preparing the program.
The institute consists of a round-table
discussion of the draft law, section-by-sec-
tion, led by a number of prominent South
Carolina attorneys. Those participating are
William H. Blackwell of Florence, Howard
L. Burns of Greenwood, David L. Freeman
of Anderson, Thomas K. Johnstone, Jr., of
Greenville, Charles W. Knowlton, Thomas
T. Moore and Julian J. Nexsen, all of
Columbia; Thomas H. Pope of Newberry,
F. Dean Rainey of Greenville, C. L. Buist
Rivers and Augustine T. Smythe, Jr., both
of Charleston, and T. Emmet Walsh of
Spartanburg. Views and Analysis of lm.
(Please turn to page 4)

DEAN FIGG (with cup) and PROFESSOR DAVID H. MEANS (second From right) petnt cup to U.S.C. Moot
Court Team.

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