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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

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By RUB BIER i and realizing it needs help, will though a major project may be
What does a i turn to the LAB. turned in as part of some other
E . c.3 y do when it
wishes to pass a new type of ord- ; Since the LAB is privately fund- class or as independent research.
malice, dealing with abandoned ed, it can offer its service at no Nevertheless, student response has
gas stations, for instance? charge to the locality. But be- bean good.
ing free is sometimes not enough. "We find we have very highly
If the city attorney and pro- "We have found one drawback I qualified people working w it h
t secutor are not too busy with in that some people are loath to us and that's basically because in-
criminal matters, they may be able trust law students to do work for terest is very high," Brown says.
to find the time to do the neces- them," says Thomas C. Brown, a "We do not let anything go that
nary research. Or another c i t y law student from Shawnee Mis- we do not feel is the best we can
may have a similar ordinance sion, Kan. and one of the LAB's di- produce. We take a great deal of
which can be modified for local
o t goes on, we pride in our work and feel we have
eeds believe ,rur work will overcame
needs. been given a public trust."
But if the attorney and pro- much of that for us." But there are frustrations. When
secutor are too busy and no model Once the LAB has agreed to the LAB has completed its work,
to ordinance happen. At exists, least, nothing that is was likely of five undertake a student project, directors the try to board the to the local proposed governme ordinance nt and goes back
d the
case until about a year and a half find one or two students w. th spec- inevitable process of political
ago when the Legislative Aid Bur- ial interests in the matter and compromise begins.
eau (LAB) was started at the Uni- assign the case to them, From "We try to produce a progres-
versity law school, there, the students work up their sive, neutral piece of legislation,
Since then, the law students of awn ideas, consulting with facul- which we believe is the best solu-
the LAB have been helping a wide ty members and spending long tion to the problem at hand,"
variety of governments around the hours digging through the law Blown says. "It's frustrating, than,
state to draft ordinances on every- library. to see it ground down. The fact
thing from gun control to school "We try not to be partisan In that we know that it's going to
crossings. this thing," John A. Watts, a be eroded by the political process
Fennville, Mich, law student says.
"It's purely a voluntary effort "We try to get City Council has not acted as a deterrent, but
for cities and localities," says law it is frustrating."
vote to request our help, thereby
Prof, W i 1 1 i a in J. Pierce, the One of the LAB's most recent
, making it as non-partisan as pos-
group s advisor. Their major Bible. In that situation we are note projects was the drafting of sev-
thing is to help out local gov- eral ordinances for Ypsilanti re-
ernments that do not have a lot working for just one Council mem- garding phosphates in laundry de-
of experience in statutory draft- beNo tergents, banning of non-bioda-
ing matters." No academic credit is offered gradeable detergents and a pro-
Typically, a city, village or hibition al- on non-returnable bever-
township government will decide it age containers.
The Michigan Dally, ,edited and man- When the matter first came
wants a certain sort of ordinance, aged by students at the University of at a City Council meeting, a
Michigan. News phone: 764-4552. Second up
Class postage paid at Ann Arbor, Mich- member recalled reading about the
igan, 420 Maynard St., Ann Arbor, LAB in a Michigan Municipal
Michigan 48104. Published daily Tues- League publication, and city at-
day through Sunday morning Univer-
sity year. Subscription rates: $10 by torney Kenneth Bronson was di-
carrier, $10 by mail. raeted to contact them.
erafi*ve Summer Session published Tuesday We did this project in about
through Saturday morning. Subscrip- three weeks," Watts said, "This
tion rates: $5 by carrier, $5 by mail.
_ See ccu , Page 11

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FR, 1971

may 11
merry, mod-cop humor!
THE WRONG BOX.
michoel wine, peter sellers
may 18
MY LITTLE CHICKADEE
w.c, fields, mae west
may 25
arthur penn's
THE CHASE
robert redford, marlon brando
June 1
elia kazon's
ON THE WATERFRONT
marlon brando
June 8
MEXICAN BUS RIDE
luis bunuel
June 15
clifford odets's
GOLDEN BOY
william holden
June 22
lewis milestone's
ALL QUIET ON THE
WESTERN FRONT
academy awards-best picture,
best director
June 29
sidney j. furie's
THE IPCRESS -FILE
michael coine as harry palmer

july 6
THE HAUNTED PALACE
and TALES OF TERROR
two by roger Gorman
july 13
BORN FREE
wild animal becomes a pet
July 2U.
luis bunuel s
LOS O LV I DA DOS (The
Young and the Damned )
see the surreal dream sequence
July 27
switched-on thriller!
KALEIDOSCOPE
warren beauty, susonnah york
august 3
Fred zinnemĀ©nn s
HIGH NOON
gory cooper (academy award) and
grace kelly
august 10
Joseph conrod s
LORD JIM
peter o'toole, James mason
august 17 -
I LOVE YOU,
ALICE B. TOKLAS
peter sellers turns on

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