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Litigation, published four times a year, is the preeminent journal in the field. The publication offers practical yet lively information on common problems and interests for the lawyers who try cases and the judges who decide them. All members of the Section of Litigation receive Litigation. To subscribe, join the Section today.

Litigation: Spring 2007Vol. 33, No. 3, Spring 2007: Process

Opening Statement: Crisis Does Not Suspend the Constitution  |  PDF
Kim J. Askew

What happens to the rule of law in times of calamity? This past year, the Section of Litigation prepared the Principles for the Rule of Law in Times of Calamity, a set of principles that would guide the justice system, and those of us who work within it, in times of disaster. The Principles cannot hope to avert catastrophe, but they can help ready the bar and the nation to respond to its challenges.…


The following articles from the Spring 2007 issue are available to Section members and are in PDF format ( PDF):

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