MD Bar Journal

septoct99.JPG (16545 bytes)September October 2000
Volume XXXIII Number 5
(Table of Contents)

 

FEATURES


LEGAL ISSUES IN ELECTIONS

Managing Maryland Elections
by Janet Stidman Eveleth

What Do We Do When Thing Go Bad Before An Elected Official's Time Is Up? 
by George A. Nilson

Surviving The Political Thicket: The Maryland Redistricting Experience
by Robert A. Zarnoch

Ethics And The Citizen Legislature
by William G. Somerville

Mixing Money And Politics: Campaign Finance Reform
by Dwight Sullivan

Curbing Legislative And Executive Abuse: Referendum And Initiative In Maryland
by George Liebmann

Campaign Finance law On The Internet
by Michelle Harrison-Davis

Baltimore City's Child-Focused Court
by Barbara A. Babb and Judith D. Moran

DEPARTMENTS


Practice tips
Practice Tip
Uniformity in State Laws

Attorney Grievance Commission
Attorney Grievance Commission
Practice Pointers

Ethics Docket
Ethics Docket
Unauthorized Practice of Law


Statements or opinions expressed herein are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect those of the Maryland State Bar Association, its officers, Board of Governors, the Editorial Board or staff.


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