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UCC Institutes Terifed Successful

A News Publication o7  F iarolina Bar Association
SEPTEMBER, 1967

LAW AFFECTS
NOTARIES
An Act amending the S. C. Code per-
taining to notaries public became effective
on June 15th. The sections, as amended,
are set forth below:
Section 49-1. The Governor may ap-
point from the qualified electors as many
notaries public throughout the State as the
I        public good shall require, to hold their
offices for a term of ten years. A com-
mission shall be issued to each notary
public so appointed and the record of such
appointment shall be filed in the office of
the Secretary of State. All commissions
issued or renewed after July 1, 1967 shall
be for the specified term. All commissions
issued prior to July 1, 1967, unless renewed
(Continued cn Page 2)
S. C. LAW STUDENT
TO HEAD ABA DIVISION

Left to right: Robert M. Spaulding, of the Buffalo, N. Y. Bar; Robert W. Foster of the Uni-
versity of S. C. Law School; and Robert Braucher of Harvard Lrjw School.

Information furnished by the office of
the Executive Director indicates that the
Commercial Code Institutes, held in Co-
lumbia in July, were successful. Attendance
figures were: first session, 309; second
session, 258; and third session, 312.
The Association's Executive Director,
Wallace S. Murphy, stated, We feel that
the Commercial Code programs have played
an important part in preparing the Bench
and Bar of South Carolina for the new
law. Many favorable comments have been
received concerning the programs. The
faculty was made up of outstanding ex-
perts in the field who taught us what
their experience has indicated that we need
North Charleston Lawyers
Form Bar Association
At a meeting held on July 19th a group
of North Charleston lawyers adopted the
constitution and by-laws and elected of-
ficers of the North Charleston Bar Asso-
ciation. The new bar association will be
comprised of about twenty lawyers.
Officers elected at the first meeting are:
Hans F. Paul, President; Casper H. Pagdett,
Vice President; Lloyd E. Sineath, Secretary
and Treasurer; and Richard G. Lawrence,
James E. Gonzales, and Samuel H. Altman,
Executive Committeemen.

to know. Of course, the final test of the
success of the programs will come in Jan-
uary when the Code becomes effective.
Murphy further said, It is hoped that the
experience of the UCC Institutes will make
our membership conscious of the need for
a comprehensive program of continuing le-
gal education and that we will be able to
support such a program in the future.
FINAL DISCOVERY          SEMINAR
SCHEDULED FOR COLUMBIA
The fourth and final seminar on State
and Federal discovery procedures will be
held at the Town House Motor Inn in Co-
lumbia on Saturday, September 23rd. The
seminar will be sponsored jointly by the
Columbia Young Lawyers' Club and the
South Carolina Bar Association.
Speakers for the Columbia Seminar will
be David L. Freeman, Andrew B. Marion,
and J. D. Todd, all of Greenville.
Those desiring to attend should use the
registration form printed on the back page
of this issue of the TRANSCRIPT.
In view of the South Carolina-North Car-
olina football game to be played the Satur-
day night of the semi ar, a large registra-
tion is expected. It i expected that the
available spaces will be filled during ad-
vance registration.

Wayne Corley, a senior law student at
the University of South Carolina, was elect-
ed President of the Law Students Division
of the ABA at the annual meeting in
Honolulu.
The Law Students Division, formerly
known as the American Law Student As-
sociation, has 67,000 members from 135
law schools throughout the country.
Mr. Corley, a native of Lexington, S. C.,
is married to the former Jacqueline Splawn
of Spartanburg.

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