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3 Law Sch. Bull. 1 (1933-1934)

handle is hein.journals/lwsbdu3 and id is 1 raw text is: LAW SCHOOL BULLETIN
VOLUME 3, NO. 1.                                 OCTOBER, 1933
°                    DUKE BAR ASSOCIATION
The first regular meeting of the Duke Bar Association for
the current year will be held the latter part of October, the
exact date and speaker to be announced later. Preliminary to
the public meeting, it is planned to have a series of short
informal talks to the student body on bar association work
and the work of the Duke Bar Association in particular. Oppor-
tunity will be given to the Section Chairmen, who received
notice of their appointment some months ago, to outline to
new members the work of the different sections which are
patterned after the section of the American Bar Association.
With this work outlined, each student will be asked to request
membership in the section in which he feels he will be most
The Legal Aid Clinic was operated during the summer months
under the direction of E. C. Bryson of the Clinic staff. It
is of interest to note that during the summer of 1932, from
June 1st to October 1st, the Clinic handled fifty cases and
that during a similar period in 1933 fifty-five cases were
Seventeen students have registered to take the course dur-
ing the school year 1933-34. This year three special studies
are planned for the class. One group of students will give
special attention to Office Organization; a second group will
consider the Evaluation of Student Work in the Clinic Class;
while a third group of students will handle the Public Re-
lations field of the Clinic work from the student viewpoint.
The ladies of the Law School Auxiliary and the Faculty of
the Law School gave a reception Friday evening, October 6th,
to the Law School students, and members of the staff, honoring
the first year class. This occasion provided opportunity for
new and old students to become acquainted early in the school
year and provided means of informal contact with faculty
members which the class room does not ordinarily provide.
During the period of a school year a number of law school en-
tertainments are arranged by the ladies of the Law School
Social activities, however, are not the only interests of

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