Volume 19, Number 7
October/November 2002

Resource Roundup

Looking for additional resources? Take a look at these ABA publications. Prices may vary depending on section membership. For additional information or to order these books, call the ABA Service Center at 800/285-2221 or visit our website at www.ababooks.org.

The Complete Guide to Divorce Practice, 2d ed.
By Larry Rice (ABA General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division; 1998; PC5150273; $125.95; GP member price $115.95)
This hands-on guide provides the documents essential for an effective divorce practice, in a format that you can easily customize to fit your jurisdiction and practice style. Includes four diskettes.

Understanding Elder Law: Issues in Estate Planning, Medicaid, and Long-Term Health Benefits
By L. Rush Hunt, Patricia Day, and Michael McCauley (ABA General Practice Solo & Small Firm Division, 2002; PC 5150288; $119.95; GP member price $99.95)
This new handbook covers how to determine competency, drafting advance directives, and planning for incapacity. It also explains the major federal benefits programs and reviews various types of retirement plans and tax issues.

Real Estate Closing Deskbook
(ABA General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division; 1997; PC 5150251; $89.95; GP member price $79.95)
This guide contains dozens of valuable checklists, forms, sample letters, and step-by-step procedures including key questions to ask at various stages in the process. It also reviews state-by-state regulations, requirements, and contacts.

Going to Trial
By Daniel I. Small (ABA General Practice, Solo & Small Firm Division; 1999; PC 5150277; $99.95; GP member price $89.95)
This comprehensive guide to trial practice and procedure is a single-volume reference for each step in the trial process, including summarizing objectives, strategizing, drafting closing argument, perfecting techniques, and more.

The Criminal Lawyer's Guide to Immigration Law: Questions and Answers
By Robert J. McWhirter (ABA Criminal Justice Section; 2001; PC 5090081; $94.95)
This convenient reference addresses immigration court and procedures, immigration consequences of criminal convictions, extradition, and prisoner issues-a variety of situations a lawyers faces with noncitizen clients or witnesses.

To order, call the ABA Service Center at (800) 285-2221 or visit our website at www.ababooks.org.

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