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9 Law Sch. Bull. 1 (1939-1940)

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Vol. 9, No. 1      Edited by the Law Library Staff           October, 1939
The Summer Issue of Law and Contemporary Problems contains a 173 gage
symposium composed of twelve articles dealing with the legal, economic and
administrative oroblems raised by the Federal Fair Labor Standards Act
which enters its second year of operation this month and automatically
inaugurates, for those within its scope, a higher minimum wage and a lower
maximum work week. While advantage has been taken of the experience thus
far had under the Act,many of the writers have not hesitated to deal with
those oroblems of the future which will arise as the standards of the law
become more exacting. A uniaue method of presenting the constitutional
angle is made use of - two imaginary Supreme Court decisions - one uphold-
ing and one invalidating the law.
Dean Horack was the principal speaker at the Duke pay meeting held
in Roxboro on Friday, September 22nd. During the summer he attended the
annual meeting of the North Carolina Bar Association held at Wrightsville
Beach, North Carolina, from June 22nd to 24th.
Mr. Bradway has recently attended several bar association meetings
to further the interests of the legal aid movement in the development of
which he plays such a vital part. As chairman of the Committee on Legal
Aid he attended the annual meeting of the American Bar Association in San
Francisco in July and, acting as chairman of similar committees, he has
also participated in the annual meetings of the North Carolina and Pennsyl-
vania Bar Associations. While in the west he made an inspectional tour of
the legal aid clinics on the Pacific Coast. Mr. Bradway, who is secretary
of the National Association of Legal Aid Organizations, will attend the
annual meeting of that group in Grand Rapids on October 19th and 20th.
Mr. Bradway is the special editor of the September issue of the Annals
of the American Academy of Political and Social Science which is entitled
Frontiers of Legal Aid Work. Other recent work includes   Legal Aid Work
and the Orgenized Bar, a collection of selections from the proceedings of
the National Association of Legal Aid Organizations, the Legal Aid Clinic
of Duke University, a new revised edition of Instructions to Students,
the handbook used by students in the Duke Legal Aid Clinic and articles in
the Handbook of North Carolina County Councils and the Social Work Year
Mr. Arthur M. Cathcart, who was visiting professor last year, and Mrs.
Cathcart, are again safely in Palo Alto, after a decidedly exciting return
from Eirope where they had spent the summer. The boat upon which the
Cathcartt s returned took the same route and followed a schedule varying
only a fe-r hours from that of the Athenia which was sunk by a German sub-
marine. Mr. Cathcart has returned to the Stanford University Law School.

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