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2 Law Sch. Bull. 1 (1932-1933)

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VOLUME 2, 1O. 1.                                OCTOBER, 1032
The Duke Brar Association will formally open its pro-
gram for the curet year with the meeting to be held on
Thursday, Octocer 20th:, as the first of a series of open meet-
ings patterned after those of the American Bar Association. The
Executive Cormmittee of the Bar Association has been fortunate
in securing Judge William R. Perkins, Vice-President of the
Duke Endowment and one of the leaders of the New York Bar, to
deliver the principal address. Judge Perkins has been a.ctively
identified with the establishment and development of the Duke
Law School, and has al.ways shown an active interest in the
problems of legal education and in the professional responsi-
bilities of the lawyer.
Dean Justin Miller will give the address of welcome ana
a response will be made by one of the members of the senior
class. The remainder of the evening will be used to acquaint
the new members wi.th the functions of the Association and each
secticn chairman will be given an opportunity to outline the
work of his section. These sections, like those of the American
Bar Association, will deal with current problems in their res-
-pective fields, will formulate association opinion as to such
matters and will, during the year, prepare formal written re-
ports upon subjects of current interest to be presented at the
regular monthly meetings,, Each member of the Association will
be a member of one of these sections.
A delegation will be sent from the Duke Bar Association
to the annual meeting of the American Bar Association to be held
in Washington, D. C. from October 12th to 15th. This delegation
will there take part in a conference of student bar association
delegates which is being sponsored by the Duke Bar Association.
Permanent headquarters for the Duke Bar on the second
floor of the law building have recently been occupied, thus mak-
ing provision for executive and other committee and section
meetings. A permanent file will be maintained for the section
reports, Duke Bar publicati.ons and the publications of some of
the more importa-±t bar associations. This material is supple-
mented by the extensive collection of bar association reprts
found in the southeast corner of the reading room of the library
=nd the collection of bar association periodicals found in the

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