5 Fam. Law. [i] (1963-1964)

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Vol. V, No. 1, November, 1963

As I announced at the time of my install-
ation as Chairman, the ever expanding acti-
vities of our Section and the large increase in
membership points out the need for complete
cooperation between our Officers, Council
members, Committee Chairmen and each and
every one of the Committee members. I know
that I can rely on every one of you to supply
me with prompt reports as to the result of
your research,, as well as your written sug-
gestions for the conduct of the Section, and,
also, timely, but brief items for inclusion in
this publication. Let's get going!
Two of our very active leade-a will be par-
ticipating in the Open Scientific Meeting of the
Southern California Society for Psychiatry and
the Law on November 23rd at the Statler-
Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles.
Our Vice-Chairman, Judge Roger Alton
Pfaff and Council member Harry M. Fain will
take part in a panel discussion on Divorce,
Separation, Reconciliation and Child Custody
Matters: How Can the Psychiatrist Assist the
An exciting Family Law Section program
has been planned for the Great Lakes Regional
Meeting in Cleveland on Friday, November 15
at 9:30 A. M. The subjects are varied, the
speakers-the best! Just see - and tell your
1. Dangers and Hazards of Divorce Practice
Howard C. Bregel, Baltimore, Section
2. Scope and Proper Activities for the Famil
Lawyer -
Stanton L. Ehrlich, Chicago, Last
Retiring Chairman


3. Artificial Insemination -
. Howard C. Schwab, Toledo
Where? - At the Hotel Cleveland-Sheratont
The Journal of Family Law (University of
Louisville School of Law) in its Spring 1963
issue included articles on The Juvenile Court
and the Lawyer; Mental Hygiene, Divorce and
the Law; Legal and Psychiatric Aspects of
Voluntary Sterilization The 1962 Kentucky
Divorce Law.
The Buffalo Law Review in its June 1963
issue carried an interesting symposium on the
new New York Family Court Act, with articles
dealing with Lawyer - Social Worker relation-
ships, Intake in the Family Court, Treatment
of Youth, etc.
The 1962 Annual Survey of American Law
(New York University School of Law) contains
an article on Family Law written with his
usual brilliance and wit by our own Henry H.
Foster Jr. It includes comments on new deci-
sions in the areas of divorce, alimony and
support, annulment, and adoption and legiti-
The Marriage Law Committee, chaired by
James Hart of Roanoke will be concentrating
on two projects this year. A subcrnmnittee
under Professor Walter J. Wadlington,, Jr. of
the University of Virginia Law School. plans
to complete its research and to present pro-
posed 'uniform marriage laws to the Council
of the Section at its mid-winter meeting. The
Committee, and a Subcommittee under Miss
Elizabeth R. Young will contact bar associ-
ations and members of the Committee in
states not centralizing divorce data, to push
the enactment of State laws to centralize data.
The United States Congress will also be asked
to assist the centralization of data nationally.
The almost impossible situation now existing
in searching for a divorce makes a central
clearing house of great importance to prac-
ticing lawyers over the entire United States.

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