9 Sec. Int'l & Comp. L. Bull. 1 (1964-1965)

handle is hein.journals/abaincob9 and id is 1 raw text is: INTERNATIONAL
AND COMPARATIVE LAW
BULLETIN
VOLUME IX                DECEMBER  1964                     NUMBER 1
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
The Regional Meeting of the American Bar
Association scheduled for May 22-26 in San
Juan will be an evenL of unusual significance.
It will be the first time a Regional Meeting of
the Association has been held beyond the con-
tinenital limits of the United States. It will also
coincide with the XIVth Biennial Conference
of the Inter-American Bar Association, which
commences in San Juan on May 22. Plans have
been nade to coordinate these two meetings
so that, in many respects, they, will be a joint
meetin-.
Although the detailed program  of the San Juan meetings has not
been completed, we do know that the program will be broadly based and
(f special interest to members of the Section of International and Con-
parative Law. Indeed, the Section will have an important role in assuring
the success of this meeting.
Writing on this page a year ago, Walter E. Craig referred to the
ominous situation in Cuba and the efforts of Cuban based Communism
to subvert and infiltrate Latin American countries. In the subsequent
year the Organization of American States has taken constructive measures
to help isolate Cuban Communism, and the election in Chile repudiated
a Marxist candidate. Yet, there has been no change in the basic objective
of the International Communist movement, and Latin American coun-
tries remain targets of high priority. Thus the fight to preserve freedom
under law in this hemisphere continues. Lawyers can strengthen the
cause of freedom by meeting, exchanging ideas and information, and
working together to promote greaLer use of and respect for legal insti-

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