15 Admin. L. News 1 (1989-1990)

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Section to Meet in Washington:
Program Planned on
Recent Developments in
Federal Administrative Law
The next meeting of the Section of Administrative
Law and Regulatory Practice will take place on Fri-
day, October 20, and Saturday, October 21, at the
brand new Ramada Renaissance Techworld, located
across from the Convention Center in Washington,
D.C. All members of the Section are encouraged to
The Section Council will meet on Saturday morn-
ing, while a number of the Section's committees will
meet on Friday morning. The major social event will
be a dinner on Friday night.
Several substantive programs and special events
are planned, which will include a number of distin-
guished speakers and guests. The first, a luncheon
program on Friday, October 20, will honor the re-
cipient of the Section's first Award for Outstanding
Government Service. The award will be presented
by Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, a former
chair of the Section.
Friday afternoon, from 1:45 to 5:00 p.m., the Sec-
tion will offer a continuing legal education seminar
entitled Recent Developments in Federal Admin-
istrative Law. Taught by experts in the field, the
program will focus on changes in administrative
procedure and judicial review of agency action that
are of practical importance to practitioners. It will
conclude with a reception honoring judges from the
U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit from 5:00
to 6:30 p.m.
Following a brief business session and considera-
tion of various action items on Saturday morning,
there will be a luncheon program on the new Court
of Veterans Appeals, featuring Chief Judge Frank
Quill Nebeker, former director of the Office of Gov-
ernment Ethics, who will
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Copyright © 1989 American Bar Association

Variety of Programs Presented at
Annual Meeting in Hawaii
The ABA Annual Meeting in Honolulu provided
the setting for the Section's own annual meeting, a
variety of educational programs sponsored by the
Section, and numerous opportunities for enjoying the
sun and sands of Waikiki, as well as the fellowship
of colleagues.
The breadth of members' interests was addressed
by a broad range of Section-sponsored programs,
many of them focusing on the Far East and Pacific
Rim. Subjects included the use of alternative dispute
resolution in public contract disputes; the resolution
of disputes with government authorities in Pacific
Rim countries; the use of mediation in urban envi-
ronmental disputes; balancing public and private in-
terests in urban development; U.S.-Far East trade in
food, drugs, medical devices, and cosmetic products;
9the effects of 1997 on U.S. trade with Hong Kong;
offering financial services in the Far East; and the
tension between confidentiality statutes and the
Freedom of Information Act in assessing the condi-
tion of financial institutions.
Elsewhere in this issue are reports on the Fourth
Annual Scholarship Award, House of Delegates ac-
tions, and new Section officials and Council mem-
Despite the heavy schedule of meetings and pro-
grams, Section members still found ample opportu-
nity to participate in a number of social activities. A
welcoming reception for the Section and govern-
ment regulators from the State of Hawaii and the
City and County of Honolulu was sponsored by the
law firm of Carlsmith, Wichman, Case, Mukai &
Ichiki. The Section also joined the Section of Urban,
State and Local Government Law for an authentic
Hawaiian luau and an evening of entertainment at
the lovely Campbell Estates, where the heavens
meet the earth. Finally, the Annual Section Dinner
was held at the Honolulu
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tion Chair Paul Verkuil paid

tribute to Last Retiring
Chair Sally Katzen for her
many contributions to the
Section during the past
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