2012, Volume 21, Issue Number 3
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Encouraging Each Student’s Personal Responsibility for Core Competencies Including Professionalism
By Neil W. Hamilton, Verna Monson and Jerome M. Organ
Mandatory Pro Bono for New York Bar Applicants: Why Not?
By Benjamin P. Cooper
A New York State of Mind
By Douglas R. Richmond
Ethical Issues Related to Lawyer Website Content
By Martin Whittaker
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