17 Lab. & Emp. L. 1 (1988-1989)

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                                                              VOLUME XVlI, NUMBER 1, FALL 1988
SECTION OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT LAW OF THE AMERICAN BAR ASSOCIATION , 750 NORTH LAKE SHORE DRIVE, CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60611


Keller and Murphy Take Office
   Segal and Clauss Designated


At the August 1988 Annual Meeting in Toronto,
Canada, William L. Keller of Dallas, Texas, who
had been elected Chairman-Elect the year before in
San Francisco, took office as Chairman of the Sec-
tion; Professor William P. Murphy of the Univer-
sity of North Carolina Law School, who had been
previously designated Secretary-Elect of the Sec-
tion, became Section Secretary; Herbert Lee Segal
of Louisville, Kentucky, was elected Chairman-
Elect; and Professor Carin Clauss of the University
of Wisconsin Law School in Madison, Wisconsin,
was designated Secretary-Elect.
  Bernard F. Ashe of Albany, New York, was re-
elected to a second three-year term as one of the
Section's two delegates to the ABA House of Del-
egates; Robert W. Kopp of Syracuse, New York,
was re-elected to a second term as Section Gover-


As the incoming Chairman, I very much look for-
ward to working with Herbert L. Segal of Louis-
ville, Kentucky, the incoming Chairman-Elect, the
Council, the Committee Co-
Chairs, and the members of
the Labor and Employment
Law Section in the coming
year. The activities of the
Section are indeed dynamic
and diverse. As practicing
lawyers in the field of labor
and employment law, we have
the privilege and benefit of
working toward solutions of  William L. Keller
varied, complex, and tremen-
dously interesting problems. There is no other area
of the law where the issues are as directly people-
related. We deal with innumerable types of prob-
lems, all of which involve precious individual rights,
values, and judgments. No two problems ever seem
to be identical. The labor and employment law uni-
verse is vast and continues to expand rapidly.
  Each year new problems and opportunities face
the ABA and its sections, including ours. The mem-
bership of the ABA is now approaching the stag-


nance Liaison for a term expiring in 1991 and the
following were re-elected to second four-year terms
on the Council: Vincent J. Apruzzese of Spring-
field, New Jersey; Donald J. Capuano of Washing-
ton, D.C.; Leo Geffner of Los Angeles, California;
Anne Harmon Miller of Glenview, Illinois; Profes-
sor Theodore J. St. Antoine of Ann Arbor, Michi-
gan; and George J. Zazas of Indianapolis, Indiana.
  In addition, elected to fill the first Council seat
as plaintiffs representative was Joseph A. Golden
of Southfield, Michigan; and, elected until 1990 to
fill the vacancy on the Council created by the elec-
tion of Herbert Segal as Chairman-Elect, was Har-
ris Jacobs of Atlanta, Georgia. Robert J. Pleasure
resigned his Council position for personal reasons
and Kathy L. Krieger was elected to fill his unex-
pired term.                                  0


gering number of 350,000. Its activities are
expanding accordingly. Our Section, one of the
ABA's major sections, is continually called upon
for our views, position, and help. We respond
through our Section Chairman and Chairman-Elect,
Council, and two relatively new Governance Liai-
sons, Robert Kopp of Syracuse and Lee Burkey of
Chicago.
  On behalf of the ABA and the Section, I would
like to thank outgoing Section Chairman Bernie
King for his numerous and outstanding contribu-
tions to the section over the years. During the past
year, Bernie has dedicated a large part of his life to
shepherding the activities of the Section and its
many committees. He continued the Section's em-
phasis on the advocacy programs that he and his
predecesor Chairman, Allan Bioff, so successfully
instituted at the San Francisco Annual Meeting.
Bernie is a gentleman, scholar, teacher, and na-
tional practitioner; truly a man for all seasons.
  Bernie and Allan, both past co-chairmen of the
Development of the Law Under the National Labor
Relations Act Committee, continued to work to-
                            (continued on page 15)


Copyright  1988 American Bar Association


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