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In This Issue…
- Editor’s introduction
A message from the newly appointed Editor, Hon. Ed Schoenbaum.
- The importance of dialogue: Preserving the right to oral argument
Whatever efficiencies may be gained through dispensing with oral argument, they are not worth the loss of public trust in the rule of law.
- Boring but useful tools: Prerequisites to filing for foreclosure under federal mortgage programs
The tools with which Bankers Life v. Denton provides to foreclosure defense attorneys extend beyond defending against the foreclosure of FHA loans
- No Pudd’nhead
The author imagines conversing with Mark Twain using his own words.
- Recent appointments and retirements
The Administrative Office reports no changes in the judiciary during June 2017.
- Learning essential steps to conflict resolution is for everyone
What we can learn from the book, The Eight Essential Steps to Conflict Resolution by Dudley Weeks.
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