Fall 2017

Vol 20. No. 1

Make TIPS Work for You—and an Announcement!

Kati Sanford Goodner

We designed this issue to provide in one single publication a brief overview of the many reasons why TIPS is where you want to be. Whether you are a veteran TIPS member or a newly-minted young lawyer (or law student), our articles in this edition cover all the basics about the Section: how and where to go to get involved and who to contact. From CLE to publishing opportunities, from committee memberships to public service, this issue is a roadmap that also provides personal notes from our members about what they value most about TIPS. More


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TortSource, the newest addition to the TIPS periodical family, highlights topical tort and insurance law issues and includes technology advice, practice tips and updates on continuing legal education programming.  "When I Was A New Lawyer," "Legislative Update," "In Motion" and a host of other unique columns round out each issue of this quarterly newsletter.


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