1968-1969 Law Notes Young Law. 1 (1968-1969)

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Published by the American Bar Association's Section of General Practice and Young Lawyers Section

OCTOBER 1968

YLS Leaders... and Their Leaders L to R: Cochrans, Wileys, Mullens
YOUNG LAWYERS SECTION NATIONAL OFFICERS
Chairman:      Richard E. Wiley
Vice-Chairman: Thomas D. Cochran
Secretary:     Joseph W. Mullen
The 34th Annual Meeting of the Young Lawyers Section, held
in Philadelphia last August, marked the election of Richard E.
Wiley of Chicago as National Chairman of the Section. Mr.
Wiley, who served as Vice-Chairman of the Section during the
past year, is a graduate of Northwestern University School of
Law (J.D.) and received his Masters Degree in Law from
Georgetown University (LL.M.). In addition to his position as
Assistant General Counsel of Bell & Howell Company, Mr.
Wiley is also a member of the faculty of John Marshall Law
School in Chicago. During his earlier years in the Young
Lawyers Section, Mr. Wiley was the founding editor of Law
Notes for the Young Lawyer.
The Annual Meeting was also highlighted by the election of
Thomas D. Cochran of Independence, Missouri, as National
Vice-Chairman. Mr. Cochran, who served as Secretary of the
Section during the past year, is a partner in the law firm of
Piedimonte and Cochran, receiving his legal education from
the University of Missouri at Kansas City. By his election, Mr.
Cochran will automatically succeed to the National Chairman
position during the 1969-70 calendar year.
Moving up to National Secretary is Joseph W. Mullen, of
New York City. Mr. Mullen, associated with the Metropolitan
Life Insurance Company, served as Speaker of the Young
Lawyers Section Assembly during the Annual Meeting.
All three officers have had considerable experience in various
capacities with the American Bar Association, and are well
prepared for their positions of high responsibility with the
Section.
Additionally, J. David Andrews of Seattle, Washington, was
elected as Section Delegate to the American Bar Association
House of Delegates. Mr. Andrews joins incumbents William W.
Falsgraf of Cleveland, a past National Chairman of the Young
Lawyers Section, and Arthur W. Leibold, Jr., of Philadelphia,
in representing the Young Lawyers Section in the House of
Delegates.

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Robert T. Murray        Harry L. Hathaway
ASSEMBLY OFFICERS
The Young Lawyers Section Assembly, during the Annual
Meeting in Philadelphia, named Robert P. Murray of Lakeland,
Florida and Harry L. Hathaway of Los Angeles, to the
important positions of Speaker and Clerk, respectively. Mr.
Murray, a graduate of the University of Florida Law School, is
a partner in the Lakeland law firm of Holland & Knight. Mr.
Hathaway, who received his degree from the University of
Southern California Law School, is associated with the Los
Angeles firm of Hill, Farrer & Burrill. Mr. Murray served as this
past year's Assembly Clerk during the Annual Meeting while
Mr. Hathaway was successful in defeating Lester F. Murphy,
Jr., of East Chicago, Indiana, in the election for Clerk.
James D. Pinkerton      Richard McLaughlin
PINKERTON AND McLAUGHLIN LEAD PUBLICATIONS
James D. Pinkerton of Chicago, who has been associated
with Law Notes as an associate editor and also during the past
year as Coordinating Editor and Vice-Chairman of the Publica-
tions Committee, has been appointed Chairman of the
Publications Committee of the Young Lawyers Section for the
coming year. Richard P. McLaughlin, who has also been
associated with Law Notes as an associate editor for several
years, has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of Law Notes.
Mr. Pinkerton, a graduate of Northwestern University School
of Law, is Assistant Secretary of Household Finance Corpora-
tion. Mr. McLaughlin, who received his legal education at
Georgetown University Law School, was recently appointed
General Counsel of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation
Service. Kenneth B. Wright of Los Angeles has been named
Vice-Chairman of the Publications Committee.
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