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2015, Volume 23, Issue Number 1
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FEATURES:

Lawyering with Challenges: Disability and Empowerment
By Stuart Pixley

Rule of Law, Professionalism, and Cognitive Dissonance: Providing Support to Lawyers in the Former Soviet Union
By Melissa Hooper

Promoting Public Protection through an “Attorney Integrity” System: Lessons from the Australian Experience with Proactive Regulation of Lawyers
By Susan Saab Fortney

Professional Formation as Social Movement
By William M. Sullivan

The Intersection of Professional Duties and Federal Law as States Decriminalize Marijuana
By Mark J. Fucile

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