Volume 16, Spring 1970, Number 2

The Catholic Lawyer, Jan 2017

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Volume 16, Spring 1970, Number 2

0 Thi s Editorial Board is brought to you for free and open access by the Journals at St. John's Law Scholarship Repository. It has been accepted for inclusion in The C atholic Lawyer by an authorized editor of St. John's Law Scholarship Repository. For more information , please contact Recommended Citation - Article 1 Follow this and additional works at: http://scholarship.law.stjohns.edu/tcl THE CATHOLIC LAWYER® EDITOR EDWARD T. FAGAN* THE ST. THOMAS MORE INSTITUTE FOR LEGAL Consultant, HAROLD F. McNIECE* Consultant, JOHN J. MURPHY* Director, EDWARD T. FAGAN* Editorial Board Editor-in-Chief, Lawrence M. Kaye PublicationsEditor Terence M. O'Neil Notes & Comments Editor Victor J. Rocco Managing Editor Joseph A. DiBenedetto Survey Editor Maurice K. DeWolff Articles Editors John L. Spadora Richard H. Stumpft THE BOARD OF ADVISORS Published quarterly (Winter [Feb.], Spring [May], Summer [Aug.], and Autumn [Nov.]) by @ The St. Thomas More Institute for Legal Research of St. John's University School of Law, 1970, 96 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 11201. Foreign and domestic subscription rate: $5.00 a year; single copy $1.50. Second Class postage paid at Brooklyn, New York, and additional mailing offices. Write to Mrs. Mary Allison, Business Manager, The Catholic Lawyer, 96 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, N. Y. 11201. Active Member of The Catholic Press Association of the United States, Inc. A volume index is published biennially. Current contents are indexed in the INDEX TO LEGAL PERIODICALS and the CATHOLIC PERIODICAL INDEX. The views expressed in this periodical are to be attributed to their authors and not to THE CATHOLIC LAWYER, its Editors, St. John's University or the Catholic Church. * Member of the Federal Bar and the New York Bar. t On Military leave of absence.


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