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Vol. 57, No. 7 August 2000

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Testing the Limits: When Aggressive Newsgathering Becomes Illegal Conduct

The protective arms of First Amendment case law may not reach far enough to protect all instances of zealous newsgathering. View the results of our survey on media and the law.

By Tommy Sangchompuphen and Aklilu Dunlap

2000 Legislative Wrap-Up

The MSBA's chief lobbyist casts a legal eagle eye on this past session, summarizing both the Bar's successful initiatives as well as a slate of other new laws affecting your practice.

By Lloyd W. Grooms

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President's Page: Reflections on Independence Day
The cause of racial equality has been slow to advance and hard to achieve. Here are some things that the bench and bar can do to promote diversity and fairness.
by Kent A. Gernander

Professional Responsibility: In Re Unprofessional Conduct of William J. Clinton
Two ethics complaints have been filed against an Arkansas attorney (license #73019, better known as the president of the United States).
by Craig D. Klausing

Essay: What They Didn't Teach me About First-Year Practice
Law school teaches just about everything -- except what to do when the clients start coming through the door.
by Michel Lipman


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