1969-1970 Law Notes Young Law. [i] (1969-1970)

handle is hein.journals/lnyoung6 and id is 1 raw text is: October, 1969
LaNoe

YOUNG LAWYERS SECTION
NATIONAL OFFICERS

Newly-elected YLS officers (I. to r.): Chairman-Elect Joseph W. Mullen,
Jr.; Chairman Thomas D. Cochran; Secretary Robert P. Murray.
The 35th annual meeting of the Young Lawyers Section
held last August in Dallas, Texas, resulted in the election of
Thomas D. Cochran of Independence, Missouri, as National
Chairman of the Section. Mr. Cochran, who served as
Vice-Chairman during the past year received his legal
education from the University of Missouri in Kansas City. He
is a partner in the law firm of Piedimont & Cochran in
Independence, Missouri.
At the annual meeting Joseph W. Mullen, Jr., of New York
City was elected Vice-Chairman and Chairman-Elect of the
Section. Mr. Mullen is a graduate of Georgetown University
School of Law and is associated with the Metropolitan life
Insurance Company. During the past year he served as
Secretary of the Section.

Immediate Past YLS Chairman Richard E. Wiley (left) congratulating
1969-1970 Chairman Thomas D. Cochran.

Moving up to the position of National Secretary is Robert
P. Murray of Lakeland, Florida. Mr. Murray is a graduate of
the University of Florida Law School and is a partner in the
Lakeland law firm of Holland & Knight.
All three new officers have wide experiences in various
capacities with the American Bar Association as well as
extensive backgrounds in state and local bar activities. Each
man is well prepared for the position of responsibility that he
has to undertake in the Section.
Also at the annual meeting, Mr. Richard E. Wiley of
Chicago, Illinois, retiring National Chairman, and Stanford E.
Lerch of Phoenix, Arizona, a past Director of the Section,
were elected as Section Delegates to the American Bar
Association House of Delegates. Mr. Wiley and Mr. Lerch join
incumbent J. David Andrews of Seattle, Washington, in
representing the Young Lawyers Section in the House of
Delegates. Of note is the action of the House of Delegates at
the Dallas, Texas meeting in defeating by a wide margin a
resolution to reduce the number of Young Lawyers Section
Delegates from 3 to 1.

Daniel T. Rabbitt

Harry L. Hathaway

ASSEMBLY OFFICERS
The Young Lawyers Section at the annual meeting elected
Harry L. Hathaway of Los Angeles, California, to the post of
Speaker of the Assembly and Daniel T. Rabbitt of St. Louis,
Missouri, to the post of Assembly Clerk. Mr. Hathaway
received his law degree from the University of Southern
California Law School and is a partner in the Los Angeles law
firm of Hill, Farer & Burrill. Mr. Rabbitt is a graduate of St.
Louis University School of Law and is associated with the St.
Louis law firm of Moser, Marsalek, Carpenter, Cleary &
Jaeckel. During the previous year Mr. Hathaway served as the
Assembly Clerc. Mr. Rabbitt and Mr. Joel M. Boyden of
Grand Rapids, Michigan, were both nominated to the office
of Assembly Clerk but, prior to a vote being taken, Mr.
Boyden withdrew.

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