Children and the Law
 
 
 
 
 

September 2001, Volume 80, No. 9



Access to Justice--The Pro Bono Priority: The University of Michigan's approach to instilling public service
by Robert E. Precht and Suellyn Scarnecchia


Crossing The Bar--The Pro Bono Priority: By formally promoting pro bono service, Michigan's law schools can help students live up to the profession's ethical ideals
by Dolores M. Coulter


Michigan Lawyers Auxiliary--MBJ Editor Honored by the Michigan Lawyers Auxiliary
by Audrey Nesbitt Gray


Music and the Lawyer: From pianos to the law, Steven Manley is constantly fine-tuning
by Naseem Stecker


Plain Words (Part 2)
by Joseph Kimble


President's Page--Our Future
by Thomas J. Ryan


Speaking Out--Reflections of a Former Chief Justice
by Thomas E. Brennan


Viewpoints--Go Spartans, Wolverines or Do You Care?
by John T. Berry


Technology--Can Your Firm Survive a Disaster?
by Phil Guerra

 

A Clinical Perspective on AD/HD and Learning Disabilities
by Marquita Bedway, PhD, LP


Children & Divorce: How little we know and how far we have to go
by Wendy A. Jansen


A Law for Contracting in the 21st Century: The Uniform Computer Information Transactions Act is a statute whose time has come
by Frederick E. Schuchman, III


When Minors Face Major Consequences: What attorneys representing children in delinquency, designation, and waiver proceedings need to know.
by Frank E. Vandervort


Throwaway Dads: Making the case for fathers: Gender bias denies dads custody when parents divorce
by Dennis G. Vatsis

 

State Bar of Michigan Releases Report on Building Renovation Overruns


Where Michigan Lawyers Work: On St. Clair shores
by Naseem Stecker

 
     

 

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