1971 Student Law. Letter [1] (1971)

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January, 1971

Law Student Division
Officials Meet With
HEW Secretary Richardson
Health, Education       and   Welfare
Secretary Elliot L. Richardson met in
December in Washington, D.C. with
representatives of student professional
organizations in the first of a series of
youth meetings designed to promote
greater understanding and better work-
ing relationships between young people
and HEW.
Major concerns discussed during the
meeting by the youth representatives
centered on provisions of the Health
Manpower Act, the National Health
Service Corps Bill and the Higher Educa-
tion Act which affect the future direc-
tions of their professions. They also
emphasized the need for more channels
of communication with HEW officials.
Secretary Richardson urged increased
involvement by the professional associ-
ations in the Department's special effort
to increase youth and student member-
ship on HEW Public Advisory Commit-
tees. He also suggested that the associ-
ation leaders work with the Depart-
ment's Office of Youth and Student
Affairs to increase student participation
in the various HEW Intern programs.
Students attending the meeting in-
cluded Timothy C. Blake, President,
Law Student Division and Frank E.
Kahn, LSD Board of Governors, 11 th
Circuit; Carolyn B. Pearl, President,
National Student Nurses Association;
Charles E. Payton, President, Student
American   Medical Association; and
Raymond L. Sattler, President, Student
American Pharmaceutical Association.

S/S
Left to Right: Charles E. Payton, President, Student American Medical Association; Timothy
Carl Blake, President, Law Student Division of the American Bar Association; Elliot L.
Richardson, Secretary, U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare; Carolyn Beth Pearl,
President, National Student Nurses Association; Frank E. Kahn, Member, Board of Governors,
Law Student Division of the American Bar Association; Raymond L. Sattler, President, Student
American Pharmaceutical Association.

The series of youth meetings sched-
uled during December and January by
Secretary Richardson will include repre-
sentatives from national student council

SBA Roundtable
On January 29 and 30 there will be a
Student Bar Association   Officer's
Roundtable at Duquesne University in
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, for student
bar association presidents and students
attending law schools in the states of
Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Delaware and
Maryland. Contact Miss Laura Horton,
Third Circuit Governor, Duquesne Uni-

organizations, national young adult
youth organizations, and black and
spanish-surnamed community and stu-
dent groups.

versity in Pittsburgh, for further infor-
mation and details. On February 28
there will be an SBA Roundtable in
New Orleans, Louisiana, for the law
schools of Louisiana and Arkansas. Con-
tact Del Fullen, Thirteenth Circuit
Governor, 3013 Hopper Road, Houston,
Texas 77016, for further information
and details.

Law Student Division, American Bar Association: Timothy Carl Blake, President; Joseph A. Smith, 11, First Vice President;
Jeffrey Wentworth, Second Vice President; Avery S. Friedman, Secretary; Thomas J. Royce, Treasurer; John A. Long and Susan
D. Tanzman, Division Delegates. Circuit Governors: First Circuit, John C. Walker; Second Circuit, Joseph F. Bollettieri; Third
Circuit, Laura Marie Horton; Fourth Circuit, Thomas S. Reavely; Fifth Circuit, Tom Scott; Sixth Circuit, Timothy A. Hickey;
Seventh Circuit, Dwight Erskine; Eighth     Circuit, Adrienne Gottlieb; Ninth    Circuit, Anthony Bennetti; Tenth Circuit, Thomas
Combs.; Eleventh Circuit, Frank E. Kahn; Twelfth Circuit, Robert J. Sewell, Jr.; Thirteenth Circuit, Delwin Fullen

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