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4 Law Sch. Bull. 1 (1934-1935)

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VOLUME 4, NO. 1.                                OCTOBER, 1934
During the summer Mr. H. Claude Horack was appointed
Dean of the Law School for the year 1934-35, to act while
Dean Justin Miller is away on a year's leave of absence. Dean
Miller is acting as a special assistant to the United States
Attorney General. Professor Charles L. B. Lowndes, from the
Georgetown University Law School, who has been added to the
Duke Law School faculty, will teach Administrative Law, Trusts
and Taxation during the fall semester. Early in the summer Mr.
Leslie Craven resigned from the faculty to accept the position
of advisor to Joseph B. Eastman, Coordinator of Railroads, and
Mr. Gordon Dean, Assistant to the Dean, resigned to accept a
position in the Criminal Division of the Department of Justice.
The Law Ladies' Auxiliary is giving a picnic to the
students and staff of the Law School on Sunday evening, October
7th, at 5:30. The group will gather in the woods back of the
home of Dean Miller. In case of rain the picnic will be moved
to the Bar Association Lounge on the third floor of the Law
School building.
At a recent meeting of the Board of Governors, organiza-
tion for the work of the year was perfected and plans were made
for an active program of activities.  The first meeting will
be held in October and the exact date and program will be
announced in the near future. The practice of serving after-
noon tea, inagurated last year, is to be continued. Tea will
be served on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons at 4:00, in the
new Bar Association quarters on the third floor in the Law
School building.
The Duke Bar Journal will be jointly edited by Morris
W. Adelson and Porter Peteet. Mr. Adelson will be in charge
of notes and comments on current decisions and Mr. Peteet
will be in charge of the publication of the reports of the
various sections and other similar material.
The section on Criminal Law plans to continue the Durham
crime survey commenced last year. Plans for the work of the
other sections are now being perfected and will be announced

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