Sweeping constitutional questions took a backseat to more prosaic — but still important — matters.
May 1999 • Volume 87 • Number 5 • Pages 229–288
The high court laid down the law last year on proper procedure in guilty-plea appeals and more.
A review of the murky law in this area, with model jury instructions and special interrogatories to guide practitioners.
Single-subject rule: falling on the sword of Damocles?
Once again we've called upon members of the Appellate Lawyers Association to look back on the preceding supreme court year, and once again they've delivered a thoughtful and thorough review.
Lawyers have a unique heritage as public citizens.
The high court revisits the single-subject rule.
Association records indicate that the following members, most of whom were admitted to the bar in 1949.
Now lawyers can conduct real estate closings and distribute checks before the buyer's check has cleared, putting them on a level field with title companies and lenders.
The court of claims is an unfamiliar realm to many lawyers; here's a guide.
Give your audience what it wants; first, though, figure out who your audience is.