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Vol. 29, No. 4, Summer 2003: Winners, Witnesses, Writers
What have you done today to help a young lawyer develop into a professional and ethical advocate? I ask because this is a significant responsibility that all of us in the legal profession share. After all, the only ones who can train young lawyers are other lawyers.…
The following articles from the Summer 2003 issue are available to Section members and are in PDF format ( ):
- » From the Bench: Why Pro Bono?
- » Judge Constance Baker Motley and the Struggle for Equal Justice
Jeffrey Cole and Joseph A. Greenaway
- » Your Client’s Employee Is Being Deposed: Are You Ethically Prepared?
Lawrence J. Fox
- » No More Blind Man’s Bluff on Punitive Damages: A Plea to the Drafters of Pattern Jury Instructions
Andrew L. Frey
- » Have We Overreacted to the Fear of Racial Profiling?
Stephen B. Presser
- » Streetwise Litigation: “Legitimate” Tactics for Operating Outside the Rules
Gary C. Dobbs and George R. Speckart
- » The Truth About Lying
Craig C. Reilly
- » From Litigator to Writer: Lessons Along the Way
- » “Just a Brief Writer”?
- » In Defense of Public Trials
Kelli Sager and Matthew Leish
- » Legal Lore: James Wilson: A Lost American Founder
- » Advance Sheet
Robert E. Shapiro
- » Literary Trials: The Decameron