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6 Law Sch. Bull. 1 (1936-1937)

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VOLE 6, NO. 1,        Edited by the Law Library Staff        OCTOBER, 1936
Mr. Richard M. Nixon, President of the Duke Bar Association, has an-
nounced that, in connection with the making of plans for the coming year, a
reorganization of the sections of the Association which has recently been
completed, will be put into operation for the first time. The new plan pro-
vidas for nine sections, five of which will submit reports to the Associa-
tion as a whole. The sections submitting reports are those on Legal biuca-
t'on, Bar Organization, Law Reform, Legal Economics, and Practice and Pro-
fession of the Law. Two of these sections have been continued from last
year, while the others are designed to combine the work of several of the
old sections or to aid in rounding out the program of activities. The sec-
tions whose work does not require the submission of formal reports are three
continued from last year, namely, Law Scbool Affairs, Publications, Grievances
and Professional Conduct, and a new section on Public Relations.
The first meeting 9f the year is scheduled for the third week in October,
at which time the report of the section of Legal Education, of whichMr.Lyman
H. Brownfield is Chairman, will be presented, A prominent speeker will also
be invited to address the Association on some topic of interest.
The officers of the Association ere: Richard M. Nixon, President; J.
MEck Holland, Jr; First Vice-President; Charles Young, Second Vice-President;
Fleming Bomar, Third Vice-President. The offices of 'Secretary and Treasurer
will be filled by election within the next few days,
The section chairmen ere as follows: William J. Baird, Bar Organization;
Richard Wi Kiefer, Grievances and Professional Conduct; Harland F. Leathers,
Lew Reform; Jemes M. Heley, Law School Affairs; Carl Nisson, Legal Economics;
Lyman H. Brownfield, Legal Education; Arthu' A. Brooks, Practice and Pro-
fession of the Lew; Frederick S. Albrink and William R. Perdue, Publications,
and John R. Fay, Public Reletions.
Dean Horack gave the course in Trusts at the Stanford University Lew
School during the early part of the summer. He also attended the annual
meeting of the American Ber Association held in Boston, during the last week
in August, at which time he addressed the National Conference of Bar Ex-
eminers on the topic: The Bar Examiner and the Lew Schools. His address
has been published in the September issue of The Bar Examiner.
* * * * * * * *
In addition to Mr. J, D. Poteat and Mr. Paul H. Sanders, whose appoint-
ments to the Lew School faculty were announced in the June issue of the
Bulletin, Mr. Kenneth Rush has joined the faculty end is teeching the courses
in Business Associations II end Research end Briefing during the fall semes-
ter. Mr. Rush is a graduate of the University of Tennessee and of the Yale
Lpw School. He has been specializing in corporation practice in New York
for severel years and comes directly to the Law School from the Legal Depart-
ment of the Union Carbide and Carbon Company,

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