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Margaret and I have attended the Mississippi Bar meeting in Biloxi. The talk is principally about no-fault, medical malpractice, specialization, advertising , mandatory continuing legal education , prepaid legal services, selection of judges, financing of judicial campaigns and evaluation of courts and judges.

There are still with us the bald statement that " middle America" is not being represented ; discussions of clinical legal education in our law schools; public defender programs; legal aid; and the statistics concerning the staggering increase of the number of lawyers.

I bring back no answers-just problems. However, able lawyers, working within appropriate committees, are seekIng to define and study the problems and prepare solutions to propose to the members of our Arkansas Bar Association. I suggest that a great number of these problems are brought about by the " let George do it" syndrome. If lawyers perm it themselves to become a part of trade and commerce and then regulated by the federal government by one or more means, it will be because individual lawyers have benefited from the privilege of being a lawyer but have shirked our commensurate responsibilities.

The new u nit, by Professor James W. Jeans of the University of Kansas City School of Law , will offer practical , how-to-do-it techniques and information on: Also featured in Trial Advocacy are model questions and answers on cross and direct examination of the expert witness; case evaluation and settlement techniques, including an illustrative settlement brochure ; and illustrative handbooks for clients and jurors.

Other units in West's Handbook Series include: Wh en you need th e rig ht case taw answer, and you need it fast, be sure you have the best way to obtain it. That's why it' s so im porta nt to have West's Arkansas Digest at your fingertips-right on your shelves. Only in this way ca n you be prepared to give the kind of accurate, timely advice your clients expect from you West's Arkansas Digest gives you access to l! So call our West representative in Arkansas, Elmer P.

Roberts , for full details on how easily West's Arkansas Digest can become part of your personal library. Jeans or any of the units in West's Handbook Series, write: West Publishing Company, Mitche ll and his wife. Marge, of Hot Springs. David Pryor spoke in Pine Bluff at the opening session of the Ark.

Criminal Justice System held in July. Asa Hutchinson has been named associate in the Jimm L. Hendren law firm in Bentonville.

David Stubbs has opened his law office in Dumas. Clark is now an associate. Brldgforth, formerly of West Memphis, is now practicing law in Forrest City. Mitchell, ' ormerly of Pine Bluff.

Dent Gltchel, Little Rock. PA with offices in the Tower Bldg. Smith has moved to Prescon and is connected with the law firm of Honey and Smith. Phelps Jones has opened a law office in Hampton. Ed HargiS, formerly of Ft. Ted Skokos has entered private practice with the law firm of Mc Arthur. Williams has accepted a position on the staff of the Little Rock. McAllister and Thomas Harper have been appointed by the Ark. Supreme Court to four-year terms on the state Statute Revision Commission.

Deacon has been appointed by the ABA as a member of its interdisciplinary commission on Medical Professional Responsibility. Fred Stafford, Marked Tree, is to have a street named in his honor. Pryor as a member of a task force on veteran 's affairs. Brl dgl or th, former Ashley County Prosecuting Attorney. Simpson and Albert M. Henry Allen , formerly of Hazen, has moved to England and has opened his law office at E.

Deacon was reappointed to the executive committee of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws and also elected as chairman of the Subcommittee on Scope and Program. Typical of the architectural style of many public buildings of its vintage, the Washington County Court House, pictured on the cover, was completed in With its four corner turrets, tall central bell and clock tower, and arched window capitals, it combines the essential features of the late Victorian-Gothic revival school.

Somewhat cleaner of line than many of its contemporaries, it still is unmistakably reminiscent of an earlier day, long before the advent of the styles popular in recent years, with their rectangular composition of straight lines, vast expanses of glass, and pre-shaped concrete or pseudo marble. As such, it bears an air, not only of nostalgia, but of reassuring solidity and permanence. Today, at age 65, it is still sturdy, imposing, and mutely bespeaks precisely.

The seat of government of Washington County; the visible symbol of the political, legal and public life of the county it represents and of Fayetteville, the county seat. Constructed of sand-colored brick , and natural limestone quarried from nearby hills, its four full floors and sub-basement have served Washington County for nearly three-quarters of a century.

The fifth of the county's court houses, its size, facilities, and cost, are in sharp contrast to its original predecessor, built almost exactly 75 years earlier, in The present structure was built by George W. Continued on page While the building has remained essentially unchanged in its physical aspects, there has been, in recent years, a continuing demand for additional working space, as the county has grown in population and the demand for public services has proportionately Increased.

In addition to housing the principal county offices, there are separate court rooms for the two divisions of the Circuit and Chancery Courts, located on the third and fourth floors, including judges' chambers.

In the past year, extensive redecorating of the cou rtrooms has been accomplished, retaining the turn-of-thecentury flavor of original decor. The original expansive main lobbies on the first and second floors, and the wide corridors throughout, have gradually yielded to requirements of offices and record storage.

These encroachments, however, have been effected without sacrifice to the original 'feel' of spaciousness and the general harmony of the interior design. While by no means the most important of the total functions of a court house, the legal and judicial activities conducted here have furnished many of the most dramatic chapters in 20th century Washington County.

Many of Arkansas' leading lawyers, statesmen and jurists were at home in this Court House. Pre-em inent among Northwest Arkansas lawyers of the first third of. Grandson of an Arkansas Chief Justice, in a real sense the preservator of the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville, Vol Walker was the acknowledged leader of his Bar, and an ornament to his profession as a man and a lawyer.

Pearson, a lawyer's lawyer in the mold '. Trimble; and Festus O. Butt, of Eureka Springs, long-time state legislator and former Chancellor, one of three surviving delegates to the State Constitutional Convention, and at 95, Dean of the Arkansas Bar, the last survivor of that grand company of old time cou ntry lawyers to whom the Washington County Court House was as familiar as their back yards. Since the orginal manuscript was written , F.

These were men who neither gave nor asked quarter in their legal contests with their good friends and honorable adversaries. These were men who, inheriting the finest traditions of the profession from their senior colleagues, have in turn passed those same traditions to the current generation of young and middle aged practitioners ; truly, a worthy inheritance. Every county in the state can rightfully boast of its historic court houses, past or present, and of its company of leaders of the state's Bar and Bench.

So Washington County can and does, of its own. The old Court House is perhaps entering its last years, yielding to the inexorable demands of growth and progress. Yet it is still strong and stately and will , for a few years, conlinue serving its purpose well, carrying with it in the memories of its frequentors, a vital and ineradicable part of the public and private life of Washington County and her people. Judge Butt is past president of the Arkansas Judicial Council. We are indebted to the New York State Bar Association for permission to reprint four Ethics Quizzes, recently published to remind members of their professional responsibilitIes.

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