16 ACTEC Notes 1 (1990-1991)

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Jerry J. McCoy, Editor / William C. Weinsheimer, Assistant Editor /@ American College of Trust and Estate Counsel 1990

Waller H.


T he work of the College transcends
change. Whatever we call ourselves,
professionalism endures.
Each new generation of College
leaders realizes at once the selfless
contributions of their predecessors and
their own responsibilities for carrying
forward the many talents of the College
in service to the public.
Two important projects awaited the
College's new administration. First, a
procedure was needed to begin the dis-
semination of educational materials to
the nation's law schools. At the San
Diego Annual Meeting, each State
Chairman was asked to designate one or
more liaison Fellows for each ABA-
accredited law school in his state. These
Fellows will be used as point persons for
future contacts with both faculty and
students in the College's effort to im-
prove curriculum offerings and student
awareness of the rewards of an estate
planning practice.
While the organization of this struc-
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After a membership referendum, the Board of Regents unani-
mously approved changing the name of the College to The Ameri-
can College of Trust and Estate Counsel on March 3, 1990, at the
Annual Meeting. The name change became effective on June 1,
1990. To reflect this change, Probate Notes has also been renamed.
The publication's new name is ACTEC Notes, which appears for the
first time with this issue.

16   ACTEC Notes      1   (1990)

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