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1 Colonial Law. 1 (1967-1968)

handle is hein.journals/colaw1 and id is 1 raw text is: Vol. 1, No. 1-Marshall-Wythe School of Law, College of Wi. & Mary--April 20, 1967
BAC K THE BARRISTERS BALL

P ans for the first annual Barristers,
Bal, Piobe held Friday, May 5, from 9:00
p.m. to 1:00 a.m. at the Virgiia Room of
the Williamsburg Lodge, are nearing comple-
tion. Steve Harris, Law Day Committee Chai
man, states that reservations are being re-
ceived daily, but hopes for an upswing in
ticket sales within the next two weeks.
Engraved invitations have been sent to
more than 700 people, including all students
faculty members, alumni and local dignatar-
ies. However, so far only about 40 replies
have been received. This means that sales
have only reached the one-third mark toward
the break-even poiht of 125 tickets. Thus,
all students are urged to make their reser-
vations within the next two weeks, so that
final plans can be completed.
If 125 tickets are'not sold, the SBA,
which is sponsoring the dance, may be faced
with a severe financial deficit, which coul
impair its activities in the near future.
Affairs of this type have been held all too
seldom at the law school and in the college
community generally. If we are to see more
of them, it is imperative that the student
body lend its support to the Barristers'
Ball, which promises to be a fine evening's
entertainment.
Tickets for the evening's activities
cost only $10.00, and include all refresh-
ments, especially liquor, mixes and set-ups,
as well as other refreshments. Meyer Davis'
Society Orchestra will, play continuously
LASOK SPEAKS FRI.
Dr. Dominic Lasok, Visiting Professor
of Law, will deliver an address to the stu-
dent body on Friday, April 21 at 10:00 a.m.
in the Campus Center Little Theatre. His
topic..wrlZLbe: Communist Law. This is the
second in a series of lectures by Dr. Lasok.
In the fall of this term, the professor from
Exeter University in Great Britain deliver-
ed an address to the law student body on the

throughout the evening. Its repertojre
will include all types of music, from swing
to big beat to rook and roll and progress-
ive jazz.
Tickets may be obtained by mailing the
reservation fee with the self-addressed en-
velope which all law students have received;
they may also be purchased from Steve Harris
personally, or next week from representat-
ives in each of the law school classes.
SBA NOMINATES
CANDIDATES- FRI.
The next Student Bar Association meet-
ing will be held on Friday, April 21 at
11:00 am. in Bryan A. The SBA nominating
committee will at that time present a slate
of nominees for offices for the 1967-68
term, after which the floor will be thrown
open for nominations for the offices of Pres-
ident, Vice-President, Secretary-Treasurer
and for membership on the Student Bar Coun-
oil. Elections will be held on May 9, from
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
To 4ualify for ar of these offices,
one must be a full-time law student for the
entire year in which he will serve. By
custom, nominees for President and Vice-
President have come from the rising senior
class, while nominees for the Secretary-
Treasurer post have come from the rising
second year class. Three members of the
Council will be elected from the combined
second and third year classes. One addit-
ional meber of the Council will be appoint-
ed next fall from the incoming freshman
class.
According to the SBA Constitution, all
three officers will be elected by a majority
of the votes cast, while Council members
may be elected by a plurality.
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