9 Nat. Resources L. Newsl. 1 (1976-1977)

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             OFFICERS & COUNCIL
Chairman ......................... Philip K. Verleger
Chairman-Elect .................... Edward W. Clyde
Vice Chairman ..................... Carroll L. Gilliam
Secretary  ........  .................. Burns H. Errebo
Immediate Past
  Chairman ....................... John B. Howerton
Section Delegate ....................... Northcutt Ely
Council:


J. 0. Terrell Couch
G. W. Haight
Roger P. Hansen
Jerome C. Muys
John R. Rebman


A. T. Smith
Norman J. Wiener
Frank H. Morison
Clayton J. Parr
Gary L. Widman


              CONFERENCE ON
           THE LEGAL ASPECTS OF
       COASTAL ZONE MANAGEMENT
     SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 17-18, 1976
The Section will co-sponsor a conference on The Legal
Aspects of Coastal Zone Management with the Sections
of Corporation, Banking and Business Law and Real
Property, Probate and Trust Law at the Hotel del
Coronado, Coronado, California, on June 17-18, 1976.
The conference will cover such topics as Understanding
the Coastal Zone, Present Legal and Planning Tools for
Coastal Zone Management, Activities and Development
in the Coastal Zone, and Important Legal Issues in
Coastal Zone Management.
   The program will run for two full days with lunch-
eons and receptions planned for both days. The format
of the conference will include panel discussions and
question and answer periods.



                 Section Membership
                   (as of April 30)
                                        Law
          Members     Associates      Students
  1976      4,511        75             1,065
  1975      4,058        81              939


Copyright  -1976 American Bar Association


Each Section member will receive, within the next few
weeks, a form to indicate Committee membership
preferences for the 1976-1977 ABA year. It is of
UTMOST IMPORTANCE that this form be completed
and returned to ABA Headquarters PROMPTLY.
   The Section is converting its membership Committee
selection system to the ABA computer program. This
involves
   * Prompt completion and return of the preference
form by each Section member;
   * Use of computer printout lists by all Committee
Chairmen and Vice Chairmen, to be available by
September, 1976;
   * A procedure to update lists for all future mailings.
   Growth of the Section membership and of the
Committees requires this more efficient use of available
ABA facilities. In addition, the system will provide the
officers and Council members with other information
useful in scheduling programs, such as location and
major geographic concentration of Section membership.
   THERE WILL BE NO CARRY-OVER FROM
LAST YEAR'S LISTS. Therefore, if you wish to
CONTINUE your current Committee membership you
MUST complete and return the preference form. If you
are not presently serving on a committee or wish to
change your choices, you also MUST complete and
return the preference form.
   DO NOT LOSE YOUR FORM IN THE IN BAS-
KET. WATCH FOR IT; COMPLETE IT; AND RETURN
IT PROMPTLY.



        RESOLUTION ON NEW GAS
      REGULATION TABLED BY HOUSE
Endorsement of congressional action to amend the
Natural Gas Act to eliminate regulation of new
natural gas, and to improve procedures for continued
regulation of the natural gas industry, was urged by a
Council resolution submitted to the ABA House of
Delegates at its mid-year neeting in February, 1976.
   Despite the efforts of the Section's Delegate and
support from other delegates, the resolution was tabled
by the House on a point of order.

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