4 Fam. Law. [i] (1962-1963)

handle is hein.journals/flwnwsltr4 and id is 1 raw text is: SECTION OF FAMILY LAW                                               AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION
Vol. IV, No. I                                                                September 1962

OUR NEW CHAIRMAN COMMENTS
At the beginning of our 5th year at last it is
apparent that this young section is walking,
running, and sometimes jumping--we have ma-
tured well beyond the crawling stage. Deserved
plaudits go to the immediate Past Chairman,
Carl F. Ingraham, for a most successful Annual
Convention in San Francisco. The program was
excellent. We are greatly appreciative of the
work done by the committee chairmen and all
the participants.
Please note the new list of committee chair-
men appearing in this issue and note also those
who have moved up to the Council and into the
executive officer group. You will observe that
we now have a new office, i. e. , Chairman-
Elect. This is in conformity with the recently
amended by-laws which became effective during
our annual meeting.
We have a great deal of work ahead--the
Little Rock, Arkansas meeting November 8, 9
and 10, 1962, will be our next program geared
to the bread and butter aspects of our practice.
You will find the tentative program set out in
this issue.
Since your former editor of this publication
now has greatly increased burdens of the office
of Chairman, the task of producing this news-
letter has been placed in the very capable hands
of Charles E. Sproger of Chicago. I trust you
will give him your support and help by sending
news and case materials to him at the address
shown.
IN AND FOR THE FAMILY
The Inter-Professional Family Council of
which Virginia A. Jordan of Tampa, Florida, is
the Executive Secretary, will hold its next semi-
nar on November 29 and 30 and December 1,
1962, in Miami, Florida

PROGRAM FOR MID-SOUTH REGIONAL MEET-
ING, HOTEL MARION, LITTLE ROCK,
ARKANSAS - NOVEMBER 8, 9 and 10, 1962,
SECTION OF FAMILY LAW
Thursday, November 8
7:30 a.m.
Meeting of Council Section of Family Law,
314 West Markham Street, Little Rock,
Arkansas (One block west of Hotel Marion)
Friday, November 9
8:00 a.m.
Continental Breakfast - Private Dining Room
of Continental Room - Section of Family Law
9:00 a.m.
Seminar - Section of Family Law -
Continental Room
Local Coordinator: Neva B. Talley, 7ZZ W.
Markham, Little Rock,
Arkansas
Subject: Practical Aspects of Family Courts
and Family Law Practice
Presiding: Chairman-Elect of the Section
The ABC's of Divorce Practice - Howard C.
Bregel, Section Chairman-Elect,
Baltimore, Md.
Economics of Family Law Practice -
Morris N. Hartman, Section Vice-
Chairman, Elizabeth, New Jersey
Fees, Time and Conscience in Family Law
Practice - Steele Hays, Little Rock,
Arkansas
The Handling of Domestic Relations Cases In
Connecticut Circuit Court - Judge David H.
Jacobs, Meriden, Connecticut
The Lawyer's Role in California Reconcili-
ation Court Plan - Judge Roger Pfaff,
LosAngeles, California
To Handle or Not to Handle Family Law
Cases - Stanton L. Ehrlich, Section Chair-
man, Chicago, Illinois

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