Retired Louisiana Supreme Court Justice Mack E. Barham, 82, died Monday, November 27, 2006. He attended Louisiana State University and the University of Colorado, and received his LL.B. degree from LSU Law School in 1946, where he served as chief justice of the Honor Court. Elected as judge of Bastrop City Court in 1948, he served until 1962 when he took office after his election to the Fourth Judicial District Court bench. He served by assignment on the Second Circuit Court of Appeal and was elected to the Louisiana Supreme Court from the Fourth Supreme Court District, serving from 1968 until his retirement in 1975. He served as Professor of Law at Tulane University School of Law and as a reporter for the Louisiana State Law Institute. He was a member of a number of civic and professional organizations including the Louisiana Juvenile Court Judges Association, the Board of Governors of the Louisiana State Bar Association, the Judicial Council of the Louisiana Supreme Court, the American, Louisiana and New Orleans Bar Associations, the American Judicature Society, the Council of the Louisiana State Law Institute and National Appellate Judges Conference. He was a graduate of the Trial Judges College at the University of Colorado, a faculty member of the American Academy of Judicial Education and a visiting professor at LSU Law School and was the author of a number of law review articles and other publications.