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Family
Lawyer

VOL. X, NO. 2, JULY 1969/WHOLE

NUMBER 34

Dallas Program

The program of the Section's Annual Meeting in Dallas on
August 10-13, 1969 gives promise of being a highly informa-
tive one.
Sunday, Aug. 10, 9 A.M.-Meeting of the Section Council.
MONDAY
Aug.11, 2 P.M.-Business Meeting of the Section, Harry M.
Fain, presiding.
Aug. 11, 2:15 P.M. ECONOMICS OF THE FAMILY LAW-
YER-HOW TO INCREASE EFFICIENCY AND INCOME
(jointly with the ABA Committee on Economics of Law
Practice), Louise Raggio, moderator; The Bottom of the
Heap and the Crawl Out, (what we must learn from
current research in legal economics and client motivations
studies), J. Harris Morgan, Chairman on Professional
Efficiency and Economic Research, State Bar of Texas;
Organizing Chaos (a simple system that takes the
guesswork out of files, fees and money records), Kline D.
Strong, Member, ABA Committee on Lay Assistants for
Lawyers; Instant Memory-Short Term, a system that
automatically organizes your work daily, weekly and
monthly), Loren Q. Hanson, Secretary-Treasurer, Fort
Worth-Tarrant County Bar Assn.; Instant Memory-Long
Term, (a system for complete recall for action next year,
10 years, or even 50 years hence), Cullen Smith, Chairman,
ABA Standing Committee on Economics of Law Practice.
Aug. 11, 6:30 P.M.- Section Cocktails and Reception (no
host).
TUESDAY
Aug. 12, 9:30 A.M.-THE DISTORTED IMAGE OF THE
FAMILY LAWYER (a Showcase Program), Harry X. Cole,
Moderator; From the Window of a Public Relations
Expert, Donald M. Martin, former Director of Informa-
tion of Illinois State Bar; From the Window of a Judge,
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Hon. David Brofman, Judge of Denver, Col. Probate Court;
From the Window of a Law Professor, Prof Henry H.
Foster, Jr., New York University School of Law.
Aug. 12, 2:30 P.M. -MODERN TRENDS IN ADOPTION
PROCEDURES: AGENCY VS. NON-AGENCY, Felix
Infausto, moderator; Problems in the Revision of the
Uniform Act, Frederick P. 0' Connell, Chairman of
Adoption Committee of Uniform Law Commissioners;
Pitfalls in Independent Placements, Walter A. Heath,
Los Angeles County Director of Department of Adoptions;
Successful Independent Placements: Cudgels for Non-
Agency, Kenneth Hobbs, practicing attorney; Strengths
and Weaknesses of Each Method as Viewed from the
Bench, Hon. Richard Mobley, Judge of Probate and
Domestic Relations Court, Arkansas.
WEDNESDAY
Aug. 13, 9 A.M.--HELPING THE DIVORCING AND THE
DIVORCED, Hon. George E. Bowles, moderator; The
Law-Friend or Foe, Hon. Robert H. Hughes, former
Dallas Domestic Relations Court judge; The Divorced and
the Estranged Nuclear Family or Between the Devil and
the Deep Blue, Franklin C. Bailey, Marriage Counselor,
Los Angeles Concilation Court; The Divorced Person, and
His Computerized Future, Dr. Aaron L. Rutledge, psycho-
therapist and psychologist.
Aug. 13, 11 A.M. TO THE MEMORY OF HOWARD C.
SCHWAB, CHAIRMAN-ELECT, DECEASED; Eulogy,
Harry M. Fain, Section Chairman; Memorial Tribute, Neva
B. Talley, Section Vice-Chairman; Council Resolution,
Arnold J. Gibbs Section Secretary; Prayer, Rev. Robert J.
Drinan, S.J., a past Section Chairman.
Aug. 13, 11:45 A.M.-Business Meeting of the Section, Harry
M. Fain, presiding; ELECTION OF OFFICERS AND
COUNCIL MEMBERS FOR 1969-70.

SECTION OF FAMILY LAW
AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION

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