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56 Harv. L. Rec. 1 (1973)

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VOL. 56, NO. I

America's Oldest Law School Newspaper
JANUARY 26, 1973

TWENTY CENTS

Harvard Names
'70 Grad First
Woman Dean
Jeanne Charn Kettleson '70
was named Monday by the Har-
vard Corporation to be Assistant
Dean of the Law School and Di-
rector of Administration for
Clinical Programs. Kettleson will
fill a newly created position in-
tended to strengthen clincial pro-
grams here said Dean Albert M.
Sacks.
The new position is essentially
one recommended by a report of
the faculty committee on clinical
legal education last spring.
(Continued on Page 3)

Sacks Terms WLA Charge
Of Male Bias 'Groundless'

By David 3. Cocke
In response to a complaint by

Charle Sobuman
Dean Albert M. Sacks

Hub Police Hit Court Nominees;
Two of 29 Are HLS Teachers

By Gary L. Rubin
Amid considerable fanfare and
official ballyhoo, Governor Fran-
cis W. Sargent has nominated
29 men and women - including
two teachers at the Law School
- to fill some of the 38 judicial
vacancies created when voters
approved a constitutional amend-
ment requiring that state judges
be retired at the age of 70.
Among   the   nominees  are
Teaching Fellow John C. Crats-
ley and Lecturer David S. Nel-
son, and 11 graduates of the Law
School. The 29 nominations are
expected to be confirmed by the
Governor's  Executive  Council
during the next several weeks.

But a Boston policemen's group
is threatening to counter the
Governor's appointments -with a
constitutional amendment of its
(Continued on Page 5)

two women law students of al-
leged sex discrimination by the
Law School in violation of the
1964 Civil Rights Act, Dean Al-
bert M, Sacks labeled the claims
groundless and unjustified in
an interview with the RECORD
earlier this week. Sacks specifical-
ly refuted every allegation in the
complaint and maintained that
the  charges  would  make   it
harder rather than easier to re-
cruit more women to come to the
Law School.
The two women, Alice W. Bal-
lard, 3L and Rosalind A. Lazarus,
3L, filed their complaint on be-
half of the Women's Law Associa-
tion with the director of the Office
of Civil Rights in the Department
of Health, Education and Wel-
fare. That office is in charge of
enforcing Title IX of the Civil
Rights Act, which prohibits sex
dishrimination in schools receiv-
ing Federal assistance.
Since the charges were filed
Lazarus has become a special stu-
(Continued on Page 2)

Freund Defends Court Plan

By Daniel rM. Taubman
One month after a blue-ribbon
committee of law professors and
practicing lawyers recommended
the establishment of a National
Court of Appeals to ease the
mounting caseload of the Su-
preme Court, the group's chair-
man defended the proposals in the
face of mounting criticism.
In an exclusive interview with
the RECORD, committee chairman

and Loeb University Professor
Paul A. Freund noted that any
new departure is bound to pro-
duce initially some resistance. I
would hope that after more reflec-
tion people would come to agree
with the committee's proposals.
l he proposals officially titled
Federal Judicial Center Report
of the Study Group on the Case-
load of the Supreme Court, have
(Continued on Page 12)

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