10 Sec. Int'l & Comp. L. Bull. 1 (1965-1966)

handle is hein.journals/abaincob10 and id is 1 raw text is: INTERNATIONAL
AND COMPARATIVE LAW
BULLETIN

VOLUME X                  DECEMBER        1965                NUMBER I
Published by the Section of International and Comparative Law
of the American Bar Association
Editor: THEODORE R. KUPFERMAN
Board of Editors: HELEN L. CLAGETT, DONALD K. DUVALL, DAVID M. GOoDER,
S. WILLIAM GREEN, JAMES 0. MURDOCK, EDWARD D. RE, WILLIAM Roy VALLANCE,
AND ALICE K. HELM
President's Message
It is a pleasure for me to continue the long
established custom of the new president of the
American Bar Association conveying a message to
the members of the Section of International and
Comparative Law at this time. The Section has
had a long and noteworthy history in our Asso-
ciation, being one of the first committees created
after the organization of the Association in 1878.
Especially, are we proud of the Section's efforts
in seeking world peace through law. Many of the
fifty nine committees of the Section are engaged
in some worthwhile activity whose goal is achieving a greater respect for
the rule of law in international affairs. The day by day application of law,
mostly in a private sense, to our world problems is surely paving the way
for acceptance of law in the settlement of disputes in a public sense. One
must inevitably follow the other, and the Section through its many com-
inittees is keeping alive the spark of hope in a world torn by skepticism.
We are likewise much encouraged by the participation of the Section
and its individual members in the Association's activities on the interna-
tional front. In the first Regional Meeting of the Association held beyond
the continental limits of the United States and in conjunction with the
XIVth Biennial Conference of the Inter-American Bar Association at San
Juan, Puerto Rico in May 1965, the Section conducted one of the most
successful programs of the entire meeting. There wvere outstanding speakers
on matters of Inter-American concern. But more important to the success
of the joint meeting was the daily contact and conversation between mem-
bers of the Section and our friends of the South and ((iitral Americas.
I
O 1965 by the-Section of International and Comparative Law of the American Bar Associatior
All Rights Reserved.

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