Family Law

June 2002, Volume 81, No. 6

The Art of the Apology
by Bruce W. Neckers

Lawyers Are Special: Lessons learned from Nigeria
by John T. Berry

Don't Blame the Messenger
by James E. Stewart and Laurie J. Michelson

Crossing The Bar: Preparing law students to recognize the unauthorized practice of law
by Josh Ard

Writing for Your Audience: The Client
by Wayne Schiess


Family Law Theme Introduction
by Harvey I. Hauer and Judge Richard B. Halloran, Jr.

Listening In: Is accessing others’ e-mail or recording their telephone conversations legal during a divorce or custody proceeding?
by Henry S. Gornbein and Jorin G. Rubin

Winning Divorce Trials: New strategies for overcoming bias at trial
by David C. Sarnacki

Focus on the Children: When divorce proceedings turn into high-conflict disputes, parenting coordinators can put the attention on what is best for the children.

Keeping Current: Recent court rule changes that impact family law practice
by Richard S. Victor


A Parent's Right to Choose: The constitutionality of grandparent visitation according to Troxel v Grandville
by Robert A. Sedler


Notes from Nigeria

Partnering to Provide Pro Bono Legal Aid:MI-LAPP matches high-impact cases and low-income clients with lawyers from large firms
by Naseem Stecker

From a Fellow Traveler:Could you use some help?
by Paul Gilleran



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