1964-1965 Law Notes Young Law. [i] (1964-1965)

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J.B.C. Leaders: Nancy and Winton Winter, Susan and Bob
Mucklestone, Janet and Bill Falsgraf.
JBC National Officers-for 1964-65
The election of Robert S. Mucklestone of Seattle,
as Chairman of the Junior Bar Conference for 1964-65,
succeeding John G. Weinmann of New Orleans, high-
lighted the JBC's 30th Annual Meeting held in New
York in August. Winton Winter of Ottawa, Kansas, was
elected Vice-Chairman, and thus became the man who
will automatically assume the duties of National Chair-
man in 1965-66. Rounding out the top JBC officers
was William W. Falsgraf of Cleveland, the selection as
Mr. Mucklestone received his law degree from the
University of Washington Law School and is associated
with Holman, Marion, Black, Perkins & Cole in Seattle.
Mr. Winter is a solo practitioner in Ottawa, and holds a
degree from University of Kansas Law School, while Mr.
Falsgraf is a partner in the Cleveland firm of Falsgraf,
Kundtz, Reidy and Shoup and a graduate of Western
Reserve Law School. All three men have been active
in JBC activities for a number of years,I and bring a
wealth of experience and ability to their respective

Junior Bar Conference Directors are: L. to it. Ted J. Lavis,
Oklahoma City, Okla.; J. William Cuncannan, Chicago, I11.;
Eugene F. Rogers, Columbia, S.C.; John J. Thomason,
Memphis, Tenn.

Beginning with this issue, The Young La~yer will
be expanded four-fold to a 34-page quarterly publica-
tion, including 32 pages of substantive content. Some
16 areas of the law will be accorded coverage, with the
emphasis directed, as in the past, to practical rather
than theoretical aspects of legal practice. The maga-
zine is designed to be taken apart and filed by subject
matter headings. Special notebooks, with subject area
dividers, will be available from The American Bar
Association, Section Services, at a cost of $3.QO. The
publication, which will continue to be known to Junior
Bar Conference members as The Young Lawyer, will
be a joint effort of the JBC and the Section of Gen-
eral Practice. An editorial board comprised of a co-

Richard E. Wiley, Editor of The Youna Lawyer and Bruce
E. Davis, Editor of The General Practitioner.
editor-in-chief and eight assistant editors, each as-
signed to solicit and screen material for publication in
two substantive areas will prepare the magazine for a
combined readership of well over 40,000 attorneys
throughout the nation.
Richard E. Wiley, editor of The Young Lawyer dur-
ing the past year, will serve the conference this year in
the dual capacity of chairman of the Publication Board
and as JBC Co-Editor-in-Chief. Mr, Wiley is associa-
ted with the Chicago law firm of Chadwell, Keck,
Kayser, Ruggles & McLaren. He will be ably assisted
by James D. Batchelor, of Quinlan, Allen & Batchelor
of Oklahoma City, who will fill the newly created post
of Articles Editor. Bruce E. Davis,. a member of the
Financial and Legal Department of the Bethlehem Steel
Company, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, and an assistant
editor of The Yuung Lawyer, has been named as Co-
Editor-in-Chief from the Section of General Practice.
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