40 J. Am. Jud. Soc. 63 (1956-1957)
New Members of the American Judicature Society

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Jury System
Jury Trial of Auto Injury Claims Threatened,
by George L. DeLacy. Nebraska Law Review, Janu-
ary, 1956, pp. 389-401.
Legal Education and Bar Admission
Legal Education, by Brainerd Currie. North-
western University Law Review, May-June, 1956, pp.
258-272.
Not by Knowledge Alone, by John C. Hervey.
The Journal-Oklahona Bar Association, June 30,
1956, pp. 1197-1202.
Standards for Bar Examiners and Bar Examina-
tions, by Len Young Smith. The Bar Examiner, May,
1956, pp. 68-75.
The Problem Methods in Legal Education, by
Leo H. Whinery. West Virginia Law Review, Febru-
ary, 1956, pp. 144-168.
Legal Profession
Office Management and Fees-Small Law Office,
by W. M. Beal. The Journal of the Bar Association
of the State of Kansas, May, 1956, pp. 304-311.

Our Challenged Bench and Bar, by Carl V.
Weygandt. Louisiana Bar Journal, April, 1956, pp.
221-232.
Professional Conduct-Whose Responsibility? by
Ben C. Boer. Illinois Bar Journal, June, 1956, pp.
724-732.
Specialization in the Law, by Roger Siddall.
American Bar Association Journal, July, 1956, pp.
625-627.
The Future of the Trial Lawyer, by David W.
Peck. Massachusetts Law Quarterly, June, 1956, pp.
14-22.
What Employment Must a Lawyer Accept? by'
Murray Seasongood. Commercial Law Journal, June,
1956, pp. 156-158, cont. p. 161.
Pre-Trial Procedure
More About Pre-Trial, by John G. Mullen.
Rhode Island Bar Journal, May, 1956, p. 1 cont. p. 7.
Pre-Trial Procedures in the Federal Court, The
Record-of the Association of the Bar of the City
of New York, June, 1956, pp. 314-329.

New Members of the American Judicature Society

CALIFORNIA
BERKELEY
Thomas J. Cunningham
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David B. Henney
MFNLO PARK
Vida M. Jones
COLORADO
COLORADO SPRINGS
William At. Calvert
DENVER
Stanley R. Johnson
CONNECTICUT
HARTFORD
William S. Gordon. Jr.
DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
WASHINGTON
Jerome . Alper
J. Sinclair Armstrong
Flemin Bomar
Kathryn Casey
Reuben Efron
Abraham J. Essrick

Horace L. Flurry
James B. C. Howe
Henry Lincoln Johnson
Robert M. Kilgore
John McDaniel, Jr.
Curtis P. Mitchell
Bans A. Nathan
Barrington D. Parker
Gerald L. Phelps
Abba P. Schwartz
Brackley Shaw
William P. Sims, Jr.
Hugh R. H. Smith
Simon E. Sobeloff
Bernard M. Suttler
Paul H. Walker
ILLINOIS
-CHICAGO
Urban A. Lavery
INDIANA
INDIANAPOLIS
Sally Butler

IOWA
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CLARION
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DAVENPORT
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DES MOINES
Matthew J. Heartney, Jr.
DUBUQUE
Anthony Rhomberg
ELDORA
Donald C. Wilson
POCAHONTAS
James W. Hudson
SIOUX CITY
Spencer M. Day
MARYLAND
BALTIMORE
Leon H. A. Pierson
MICHIGAN
FLINT
Norman N. Gottlieb

NEW YORK
NEW YORK CITY
Saul S. Silverman
OHIO
YOUNGSTOWN
Jay C. Brownlee
TENNESSEE
JOiINSON CITY
James H. Epps, Jr.
TEXAS
DALLAS
Hamlett Harrison
Mark E. Kramer
FORT WORTH
Forrest Markward, Jr.
HOUSTON
John R. Brown
Oscar J. Cadwallader, Jr.
I. M. Wilford
ODESSA
Selyn S. Webber

PASADENA
Carl C. Patrick
VIRGINIA
ALEXANDRIA
William A. Paisley
ARLINGTON
Andrew T. McGuire
WASHINGTON
MOSES LAKE
James B. Strong
WISCONSIN
MILWAUKEE
Peter J. Kondos
ALASKA
ANCHORAGE
Edward V. Davis
PUERTO RICO
BAYAMON
Fernando Gallardo Diaz

August, 1956

The American Judicature Society is a national legal organization founded in
1913 to promote the efficient administration of justice. Since its inception, the
Society has fostered judicial reform by publication of the Journal, by distribu-
tion of literature to anyone interested in judicial administration, by assistance
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