5 Admin. L. News 1 (1978-1979)

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The Section's Midwinter Meeting will be held
February 2-4, 1979 at the Elbow Beach Hotel in
Bermuda. Reservations should be made through
Pyramid Travel in Bethesda, Maryland.
Our Spring Meeting will be held May 18-20,
1979 in colonial Williamsburg, Virginia.
The ABA Annual Meeting will be held August
8-15, 1979 in Dallas, Texas. The Council of our
Section will meet on August 11 and 12. Educa-
tional programs and business sessions of our
Section will be held on August 13, 14 and 15. Our
headquarters hotel will be the Dallas Hilton.
Jack Lahr has agreed to serve as Program Chair-
man for the Annual Meeting. I urge you to con-
tact Jack if you have suggestions for Section-
sponsored seminars. His address is 1000
Federal Bar Bldg., 1815 H St., NW, Washington,
DC 20006.
As of December 31, our regular membership
numbered 5,592, an all-time high. In addition,
we have approximately 463 law students and 27
associate members. Bob McCarty, former Sec-
tion Chairman and current Membership Chair-
man, has done an outstanding job but needs
your assistance in reaching 6,000. If you have
colleagues who might be interested in member-
ship in the Section, we urge you to obtain a sup-
ply of Section membership brochures from
ABA Headquarters.
The Section will cosponsor a National In-
stitute on Federal Regulation: Road to
Reform, with the ABA Commission on Law
and the Economy. The Institute will be held
March 23-24, 1979 in Washington, D.C., and will
focus on all aspects of the report issued by the
Commission. Further information can be ob-
tained by writing to the ABA National Insti-
tutes, Division of Professional Education, 1155
E. 60th St., Chicago, IL 60637.

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Division of State Administrative Law
Arthur E. Bonfield, Univ. of Iowa Law School, Iowa City, IA
Access to Government Information
Richard P. Noland, Ste. 800, 1666 K St., NW, Washington,
DC 20006
Agency Adjudication
Mark R. Joelson, 1000 Federal Bar Bldg., 1815 H St., NW,
Washington, DC 20006
Agency Rate Making
Carroll L. Gilliam, Suite 501, 1730 M St., NW, Washington,
DC 20036
Agency Rule Making
Herbert E. Forrest, 1250 Connecticut Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20036
Federal Discretionary Grants
Theodore Sky, Dept. of HEW, 400 Maryland Ave., SW,
Washington, DC 20202
Judicial Review
David R. Woodward, 1666 K St., NW, Washington, DC 20006
Separation of Powers
Harold Bruff, Arizona State College of Law, Tempe, AZ
Revision of the Administrative Procedure Act
C. Coleman Bird, 1320 19th St., NW, Washington, DC 20036
James D. Keast, Ste. 1950, 611 Olive St., St. Louis, MO
Charles E. Lucey, Ste. 1201, 1101 Connecticut Ave., NW,
Washington, DC 20036
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