Tyrell Williams Memorial Lecture

Governmental Decision-Making in the Great Society

Ralph F. Fuchs
The Tyrrell Williams Memorial Lectureship was established in the School of Law of Washington University by alumni of the school in 1959, to honor the memory of a well-loved alumnus and faculty member whose connection with and service to the school extended over the period 1898-1947. This twentieth annual lecture was delivered at a University Convocation March 6, 1968.

Removal and Retirement of Judges in Missouri: A Field Study

William Braithwaite
The American Bar Association decided at its 1965 annual meeting to initiate a general study of judicial removal, discipline, and retirement. The American Bar Foundation, independent research affiliate of the ABA, agreed to do the research, which began in April 1966. As subsequently developed, the plan for research called for field studies in Missouri, Illinois, New York, New Jersey, and California. The purpose of the field studies was to learn…