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January/February
2009
Volume XLII Number 1

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Features

Baby Boomers Retire - Impact on the Law

     

Baby Boomers Retire
By Janet Stidman Eveleth
 

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You've Come a Long Way Baby Boomer!
By Hadrian N. Hatfield
 

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  It's a Drag Getting Old - Boomer Retirement Impact on Employment Law
By Darrell R. VanDeusen and Meg Gallucci
 
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  Affordable Assisted Living Promotes Choice for Seniors - Saves State Dollars
By Mary Grace Folwell
 
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  Baby Boomrs and Elder Law: Three Future Scenarios
By Jason A. Frank and Marni S. Abrams
 
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  Dropping the "Boom" on Healthcare
By Carl Jean-Baptiste
 
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  Reducing Boomer Estate Taxes
By Edwin G. Fee, Jr.
 
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Shining the Spotlight on the Good in the Legal Profession
By Katherine Kelly Howard
 
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LAW AND LITERATURE
Auden and the Unfaltering Hidden Law

By Jennifer S. Lubinski
 
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Departments


 
Hobson vs. Hobson - A MYTHICAL STORY 50
 
TAttorney Confidentiality: Protecting the Best Interests of Incompetent Clients 52

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