of the Massachusetts Academy of Trial Attorneys

Volume 1, Number 4: April 1994

In this Issue:

Article: The Bench Views the Decline in Civility
Author:Honorable James F. McHugh

Article:Report of the Boston Bar Association Subcommittee on Lawyer Civility: Lawyer/Lawyer Relations

Article: The Bounds of Client Advocacy
Nancy E. Kaufman and Constance V. Vecchiono

Article: Practicing by the Rules
Frank C. Corso and Lisa D. Johnson

Article:  Proposed Standards for Conduct Within the Seventh Federal Judicial CourtU.S. Congress of Appeals

Article: A Renewed Commitment to Civility
Marvin Aspen (reprinted from Trial Magazine, September 1993)

Article:  Hate Speech
Dan Crouch and Joe Makalvsky,Second Year Law Students, New England School of Law, Boston

Article: The New World of Peremptory Challenges
Neil Sugarman and Jodi Petrucelli

Article:  Recent Statutory Changes in Laws Governing Lead Paint in Residential Premises
Valerie Yarashus

Article: Litigating Sexual Abuse Cases by Health Care Professionals
Pamela K. Sutherland, Jim Jorgenson, Steven Bisbing

Article: Forensic Science and Engineering
David Lamagna, Magna Bureau of Investigation

Article: Efficient and Effective Advocacy in the Massachusetts Courts : A View from Beside the Bench
A Law Clerk's Perspective on What is Helpful and What is Not
Stephen, Law Clerk to the Honorable Mel C. Greenberg









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