The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 14, 1955 · Page 16
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 16

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 14, 1955
Page 16
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER IfEWI MONDAY, NOVEMBER 14,19M 'Bright Young Men Going Place: In Hurry as Uncle Sam's Lawyers By KENNETH 0. GILMORE NEA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON — (NEA) — Young attorneys, green from law school but at the top of their classes, are going places in a big way at the U. S. Department of Justice. Important federal cases are being prepared and personally handled by these bright men and women who were students just a short while ago. All are being given red carpet treatment in the way of training and experience. It's part of Attorney General, arriving he was sent, to the U,S. Herbert Brownell's determined ef- Court of Claims in New York to fort to draw outstanding law school help other U.S. attorneys defend graduates to his department. As in- | the government against a 16 rnil- centlve. he's giving them maximum j lion dollar suit. responsibility and prestige. j since then he has cross-exam- Latest evidence of this is the naming of Thomas Hogan as assistant to the Deputy Attorney General, William Rogers. He is one of 30 persons who were the first to participate in the recruitment program for honor law graduates which was started by Brownell in December, 1953. Four other attorneys hold the same job title as 29-year-old Hogan, but he is the youngest man in the department to be given such an important position since the Republicans have been in office. Hogan's main job will be to direct the recruitment program which he Is familiar with, as one of Its original members. In addition, he will handle some legislative liaison duties. . Fresh out of Cornell Law School. ined witnesses in a number of hearings in Washington's Court of Claims. Bo fore assuming his new job he was in the Tax Division. "The department feels that (he best person to carry out the commitments of the Attorney General's program is someone who came in under it," explains Hogan. ''I xvill be in charge of recruiting- top flight law graduates all over the country, and making sure they are given the type of work they want." Other young men at Justice are carrying big loads. Take, for example, 26-year-old Rollins Koppel, a graduate of the University of Texas Law School. He recently handled one of the biggest cases given to a man his age in the history of the department. It concerned the constitu- Hogan came to Washington at the | tional right of the government to end of July, 1954. Just a week after [seize German owned property THOMAS HOGAX: Out of school into a 16 million dollar suit. October, 1951. after the formal end of World War II. Koppel argued the case in the inn the validity of mill'om of ctol- ni^ tile \iinun} ui linn,uiir> ui uui- iir« worth nf «ri7nr» mil thp lais woim 01 seizures. Just me other day the Supreme Court refused to review an appeal. I've ever been in civil court," .says Koppell. "I had a few misgivings at the start because the Appellate Court is a pretty high placr; to bcfii". But I was confident trip poMtion of the Justice Department was sound, and when they started asking me questions I was completely relaxed." Another young lawyer is 25-year- old Jack Sexton, a graduate of Harvard law School. In September, 1954, he started in the Tax Division! He was there only two weeks before being loaned to the Criminal Division to assist Justice attorneys conducting the grand jury investfgation on the housing scandals. He did leg work, research and cross-examination of a number of witnesses. All three of these lawyers and most others in the program believe their experience with the government will give them exceller.r background for the time when they enter private practice. "In my mind the one major advantage is that- we're learning how government operates," says" Koppel. "There's a creat deal of special procedure used by lawyers heiv which is invaluable for a private attorney to understand when dealing with government." Said Insane | TEXARKANA. Ark. w>—Spencer | PiirLow. 67, who is charged with murder in the pistol slaying of Pros- j editor R. Cokor Thomas, at Ash• down last month, has been pronounced insane by State Hospital ; officials at Little Rock. ' Little River County Sheriff Au- : dry Thrash said he received the : dor tors' rfecision Friday. r . Furlow. a former patient at the j Staie Hospital, was sent there for a j 30-day examination. knowledge they will carry with .them into private law," says Brownell. j . "Where .so much litigation today is j i between the government and pri: vme interests, boih sides of these' controversies will benefit if lawyers I have knowledge and appreciation of] j government practices, and proce-! dures." j Up to date only out of 72 persons ' in the program has left. But the ; problem of salary will soon arise' , What young people are being i paid at present compares favorably i with outside incomes. In several ! years, however, many of them will : be able to draw higher salaries than ! offered salaries than offered in' i Washington. i Starting salaries in the prograr.i are gc-m'rally 54,525 after admission to a state or the District of Columbia bar. Selections are made ficials nope to keep a number of outside activities like law journal | the young lawyers as careerists, they ! work and aH around abi , ity . J j i expect many of them to move into i „., , . I private practice after three or four I Th * num j er ?' entrants per year j | years with the government. • nas been boosted from 30 to 42 -1 ! "The legal profession as a whole and women are included in each; "It was the first time in my life i will benefit by the training and ' year's group. Co... oLL Lnei /ia UJoi cl NEW STRIPED OXFORD SHIRT Smart Enro Striped Oxford with solid color french cuffs find eyelet (rim. It's the very last word in high style. Complete sizes. $5.00 Charge Accounts Solicited 30, 60 and 90 Days Timely's Famous PLATEAU 100% worsted, though regular weight plateau cloth is proven for the "weightless feel" that makes it the most comfortable year-round suit money can buy. Plateau is permanently handsome as well. $72.50 FOR MEN Popular New Style For Men of Taste Smart, all-over black tassel loafer by Edgerfon. Real high style is built info this number which has proven lo be a national favorite. $12.95 Where the Man Who Knows — Buys Hit Clothes R. D. HUGHES CO. 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