16 Admin. L. News 1 (1990-1991)

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Section to Meet
in Washington
The Fall Section Meeting will take place on October
12-13 at the historic Mayflower Hotel in Washington,
D.C. All section members are encouraged to attend
what promises to be an informative and productive
meeting under the leadership of Fall Meeting Chair,
Susan Braden.
The highlight of the weekend will be the second
annual Recent Developments in Federal Administrative
Law program on Friday afternoon from 2 to 5 P.M.
This program is designed to keep government and
private attorneys up to date with the most recent de-
velopments concerning administrative procedure and
court review of agency action. The Honorable Abner
J. Mikva of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District
of Columbia Circuit will give an introduction to the
program and Sallyanne Payton of the University of
Michigan Law School will moderate presentations by
Paul Verkuil, former Section Chair and President of
William and Mary College, on separation of powers;
Professor Robert Vaughn of American University on
access to agency information; Professor Peter L.
Strauss of Columbia University on rulemaking; and
Professor Ronald M. Levin of Washington University
at St. Louis on judicial review. Ample time will be
provided for questions from the floor. Following the
program, there will be a champagne reception at Tay-
loe House in recognition of administrative agencies.
Friday morning the Section's committees will hold
meetings at various locations throughout Washing-
ton. Exact times and locations are available from com-
mittee chairs.
Following the committee meetings the Section will
hold its annual awards luncheon. This year Boyden
Gray, Counsel to President Bush, will present the
Outstanding Government Service Award to Robert
Shapiro of the United States Department of Labor. Paul
Verkuil will present the
Outstanding Scholarship
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Annual Meeting
Epjoyed by All
The Section's Annual Meeting activities in Chi-
cago began the evening before the Business Meeting
with a wonderful reception hosted high atop the
Sears Tower by Council Member Peter Shannon's
firm, Keck, Mahin & Cate. Saturday, the Council
addressed a number of issues, electing the slate of
new officers and council members, as well as a sec-
ond delegate to the House of Delegates in anticipa-
tion of qualifying for a second delegate.
Three issues dominated the discussion. The first
involved whether our Section should support the
proposal to rescind the ABA's resolution in favor of
a right to obtain an abortion and to substitute a po-
sition of neutrality. The second involved whether our
Section should support the recommendation for cre-
ation of a Government and Public Sector Lawyers
Division as part of a series of measures to encourage
government lawyers to join the ABA. After a lively
discussion on the Council and from the floor, the
Council unanimously voted to oppose the recom-
mendation as currently formulated and to suggest
the creation of a temporary commission rather than
a new permanent bureaucracy. Finally, the Council
voted to support the Senior Lawyers' Division pro-
posal to reconstitute the Social Security Administra-
tion as an independent agency.
Saturday evening, the Section Dinner was held at
the Drake Hotel where old friends could meet again
and new members could become acquainted. After-
wards, many left together for a night on the town.
Sunday, Professor Michael Asimow introduced a
report that the Committee on Tax Procedures is
working on, which would recommend that the Trea-
sury Department avoid characterizing most of its tax
regulations as interpretive and should promulgate
them only after notice and comment. Then, there was
an excellent educational
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