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3 Litig. News 1 (1977-1978)

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Come to San Francisco
November 10-13
The Second Annual Meeting of the Section of Litigation
will be held in San Francisco, California, on November
10th to 13th, 1977. The Hyatt Embarcadero Regency
Hotel, located on the San Francisco waterfront, will
serve as the headquarters for the meeting with the
educational program being held at the University of
California, Hastings College of Law, located near the
San Francisco Civic Center. The heart of the meeting
will be two days of trial skills development patterned on
the widely acclaimed clinical teaching techniques of the
National Institute of Trial Advocacy. The program is
based on the belief that the lawyer develops trial skills in
large part by participating and by observing others par-
ticipating in real or simulated trial court situations.
You on Video
Registrants will be assigned to small groups where
simulated trial problems will be handled by each
registrant. All participants will be given the opportunity
to have their performance videotaped for later viewing
and critique. Team leaders for each group will consist of
experienced trial lawyers, many of whom have been in-
volved in the National Institute of Trial Advocacy. In
addition, each registrant will have the opportunity to
observe acknowledged leaders of the trial bar
demonstrating their varied approaches to different trial
problems. Within each group there will be an inter-
change of views between participants concerning the
strategies and tactics of handling specific trial problems.
Good Times
An exciting social program is planned utilizing the uni-
que setting of the San Francisco Bay Area. Thursday
night, November 10, there will be a reception for
registrants and guests at the Embarcadero Regency. Fri-
.day evening there will be a cocktail cruise on San Fran-
cisco Bay, ending with dinner across the Bay in
Tiburon. Saturday night will be the Section Annual
Dinner-Dance. On Sunday the meeting will conclude
with a tour of the Napa Valley wine country, including
the opportunity to test the wares of some of California's
most famous wineries.
(Continued on page 10)
Copyright © 1977 American Bar Association

Lundquist, Corboy
Elected at Chicago
Weyman 1. Lundquist, San Francisco, was chosen at
Chicago to serve as Chairman-Elect. He will succeed
Bill Manning as Chairman next August in New York.
Lundquist is an experienced trial lawyer whose prac-
tice has involved extensive litigation in several states. He
is a charter member of the Section and has served con-
tinuously on the Council.
Philip H. Corboy, Chicago, was elected vice-chair-
man. Corboy has been on the Section Council for two
years and has served as president of the Chicago Bar
Association and of the Illinois Trial Lawyers Associa-
tion.
Elected to the Council were Adrian M. Foley, Jr.,
Newark; Morton R. Galane, Las Vegas; Edward W.
Mullinix, Philadelphia; John R. Tomlinson, Seattle;
and David C. Weiner, Cleveland.
Adrian M. Foley, Jr. has had extensive trial experi-
ence in both civil andcriminal cases. He has been pres-
ident of the New Jersey State Bar Association and has
served as a member of the ABA House of Delegates and
Board of Governors. He has served a one-year term on
the Council of the Section.  (Continued on page 4)
New Editor
The new editor of Litigation News is David A.
Saichek, a member of Gaines & Saichek, S.C.,
Milwaukee.
Saichek recently completed a term on the ex-
ecutive council of ABA Young Lawyers Division.
He is past President of Young Lawyers of Wiscon-
sin and of Milwaukee Jr. Bar Association, first
place winner of the coveted ABA-Young Lawyers
Comprehensive -Award of Achievement for that
term.
In accepting the post of Editor from Section
Chairman William Manning, Saichek stressed the
need for litigation lawyers to keep in touch with
the activities of their ABA Section on Litigation.
He expressed appreciation to former editor David
C. Weiner for launching a successful and readable
newsletter.

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