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


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.

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

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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